It's tough, being an Africa addict.
It takes over your life; influencing the books you read, the films you watch, the conversations you have and, perhaps most of all, the list of places you want to visit.
For us addicts; when we are not actually in Africa we're usually planning for our next visit.
The next best thing is helping someone else plan their trip.
We love sharing our passion for this amazing continent and there's no bigger thrill for us than helping someone discover that passion for themselves.
With more than 30 years experience operating safaris in Africa we’re confident that we can put together the perfect trip for you.
With a little bit of help from you...
Any particular animals you want to see?
How active do you want to be?
What sort of accommodation do you prefer?
...we can create a truly memorable African safari for you.
Our own expertise is backed up by our dedicated teams on the ground in Africa.
We'll never forget that it's your holiday, but we'll care for it like it's our own.
Over the years we’ve discovered some wonderful camps and lodges and would love to recommend them to you. Our preference, wherever possible, is to avoid larger hotels and lodges, choosing instead of those with real character. We’ll find you the best blend of location and comfort that your budget allows. If you already know where you want to stay, great! Just tell us and we’ll build it into your safari. The places you stay should be a memorable part of your safari, not just somewhere to sleep.
For the ultimate safari experience we recommend a private safari, designed specially for you. This would be based around a private vehicle with your own private guide so you don’t have to compromise on space and your game drives can focus on the things you want to see. However, if meeting other safari-goers is all part of the holiday for you, then sharing game drive vehicles can help keep costs down.
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For conservation to have the best chance of success, any initiatives must take consideration of, and work together with, the communities who live side by side with the wildlife.
If the local community do not support the work being undertaken then it is almost certainly doomed to fail.
Take a few minutes to view this simple yet powerful message from award winning conservationist Clive Stockil
One of the very best examples of community based conservation; The Mali Elephant Project works hand in hand with local communities in the remote Gourma region of Mali, where tribal conflict and terrorist incidents are a real threat to the survival of Africa’s northernmost herd of elephants.
Mali is one of the most exciting countries in Africa. As well as having some of the most fascinating and impressive cultural experiences in Africa (The incredible Dogon villages, the vibrant riverside city of Mopti and the Great Mosque of Djenne).
Mali is also home to Africa’s most northerly herd of elephants.
We support The Mali Elephant Project and these migratory elephants are an integral part of our journeys in Mali.