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Situated in the southwest portion of Africa, this land-locked country boasts a spectacular array of landscapes and wildlife.


Fondly known as the ‘Jewel of Africa’, Kenya is home to the Masai Mara and Serengeti, famous for the Great Migration.


Mozambique lies along the southeastern coastline of Africa and boasts 2,500 kilometres of pristine coastline.


Namibia is unique, astonishingly beautiful and is ideal as a self-drive destination. Untouched and untamed.


Known as “The Land of a Thousand Hills”, Rwanda is a small landlocked country in Central/East Africa.

South Africa

South Africa ticks all the boxes with its breathtaking coastlines, Big 5 safaris, world history and diverse cultures.


Home to the tallest mountain on the African continent, and some of the best national parks in Africa


A unique blend of experiences and a diversity of landscapes mountains to lakes, forested reserves and jungles.


The warm heart of Africa, Zambia shares borders with eight other African countries.


Zimbabwe is a country rich in natural and cultural heritage and offers beautiful scenery, wildlife and friendly people.


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Known as “The Land of a Thousand Hills”, Rwanda is a small landlocked country in Central/East Africa, offering a world of incredible natural wonders, not seen elsewhere on the planet.

The ultimate experience is gorilla trekking, and combined with the diverse landscapes and one-of-a-kind experiences, the Rwandan safari is unrivaled. The entire country lies at high elevation, with savannah in the east; numerous lakes throughout the country, including Lake Kivu, one of Africa’s largest lakes; and mountains in the west – simply put, Rwanda’s dramatic vistas are endless.


Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National Park protects the steep slopes of this magnificent mountain range – home of the endangered mountain gorilla and a rich mosaic of montane ecosystems, which embrace evergreen and bamboo forest, open grassland, swamp and heath. It has one of the largest mountain gorilla populations in the world, next to Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.

One of the oldest montane rainforests in Africa, boasts a wealth of biodiversity, birdlife and is home to the gorilla’s smaller cousin, the chimpanzee. Nyungwe has been described by some as Rwanda’s primate capital with over 13 species calling it home.

Nyungwe Forest National Park

Lake Kivu

One of Africa’s Great Lakes in the Albertine Rift Valley – with its indented coast and deep-water bays, is naturally breath-taking. Lake Kivu is fed by countless rivers and streams before releasing its waters into two of the world’s greatest rivers – the Congo and Nile.