Uganda, spoilt for choice.

A Tree loving nation and home of the Gorillas, Uganda is known as the “Pearl of Africa”, as named by Winston Churchill because of its magnificence. Boasting 10 national parks all showcasing the best of what East Africa has to offer including an extensive variety of flora and fauna, tropical forests and their Rift Valley…

Jungle Journey to Remarkable Rwanda

The Republic of Rwanda is one of the smallest countries on the African mainland, and is known as the ‘Land of a Thousand Hills.’ A country of volcanoes, forested mountain ranges, lakes and rivers, its position in the famous African Great Lakes region, puts it at the heart of one of the most bio-diverse environments…

Majestic Kilimanjaro

While on your safari experience to the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater or Tarangire National Parks, why not pop on over for a few days and take a hike! Located in the northeast Tanzania, Mt. Kilimanjaro can be seen far into Kenya and Amboseli National Park. Kilimanjaro is part of the Kilimanjaro National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site…

Balloon Safaris – Mimosa in the air darling!

Glide effortlessly across the cool morning air, hovering gently above the tree tops of the beautiful and vast African plains. Hot air balloon safaris are a once in a life time experience that no other game viewing can beat. Unassailable style and almost totally private, the silence of this blissful flight is only punctuated by…

Top 5 Safari Tips

Binoculars – Bring your eyes! Seldom does wildlife come up close and personal, so we would suggest being able to bring these wonderful animals closer to you. Don’t always rely on the properties or tour guides when they say “binoculars provided” as you may land up having to share with someone else, which can become…

Masai Mara Migration – The Great Circle of Life.

Indescribable, incredible and a definite must see. The Great Wildebeest migration better knows by many as the “seven New wonders of the world” and the world cup of migration. The mighty plains of East Africa will rumble with the sounds of the approaching herds, thundering hooves and guttural grunts punctuate the air as many characters…

Did you know? #Kenya

Kenya is the world’s forty-seventh largest country, roughly the same size of Texas at 362,040 square miles. With a population of 33,830,000. The Kenyan Highlands comprise one of the most successful agricultural production regions in Africa. Fossils found in Kenya suggest that primates roamed the area more than 20 million years ago. The first inhabitants…

Kenya, the heart and soul of African Safari

In Kenya, you can enjoy a different safari every day and we can assure you that you will experience a love affair with Kenya that no other love will compare. The untold wealth of destinations that Kenya has to offer may take you a life time to experience with its diverse range of environments all…

Seychelles, Seashells on the seashores.

No, you’re not dreaming this really is the most pristine of all island escapes! If you thought the Maldives was the ideal spot for your romantic and private getaway – think again! Seychelles boast over 100 islands that make up its archipelago and the vast majorities are uninhabited. Excuse me while I day-dream… Nature most…

Maldives, wish you were here!

No words can describe this beautiful island or in fact the Maldives islands. Located on top of a vast underwater mountain range and surrounded by 26 equally exquisite pearl like natural atolls making these warm waters the most famous for its rare underwater beauty. The abundance of the hallucinogenic coloured corals and prolific underwater life…

Reunion Island, a bird watchers paradise!

Wake to the sounds of birds greeting the sun and surf, celebrating their photogenic landscape. One of the most intriguing spots on earth just east of Madagascar and southwest of Mauritius this speck of an island is home to over ninety-one species of birds. The skies are alight with the fluttering of bright and brilliant…

Picturesque Mauritius!

A stroll along the white sandy shores, warm gentle turquoise waves lapping at your ankles, a refreshing coconut cocktail in your hand while the sun begins to set ever so slowly, crimson and golden… As we continue along our exploration of the Indian Ocean, along the Southern Hemisphere approximately 3075km from sunny South Africa lies…