Photographic & Sightseeing
Safaris

When it comes to Tours and Safaris in Africa, Southern Africa is blessed with an exceptionally rich diversity in habitat and an abundance of wildlife and bird life. Every region has something different to offer in terms of scenery, wildlife, bird and plant species, as well as activities to keep every traveler to Africa enthralled.

If you are interested in a photographic safari in Africa,
have a look at some of the prime destinations below,
or contact us to arrange a trip suited to your needs.

Kruger National Park and Panorama Route

It is not surprising that the Kruger National Park is South Africa’s prime tourist destination. It is larger than the state of Israel and offers a rare glimpse into what Africa used to be. It is one of the world’s fourteen most important national parks and is regarded as a model for conservation and as a natural laboratory.

The Kalahari

The Kalahari is a vast region that stretches from the Orange River in South Africa northwards across Botswana, eastern Namibia, western Zimbabwe, western Zambia, eastern Angola and up into the Democratic Republic of Congo. The surface area is more than 2,5 million square kilometers, or ten times the size of Britain.

Kwazulu-Natal Game Reserves

The Kalahari is a vast region that stretches from the Orange River in South Africa northwards across Botswana, eastern Namibia, western Zimbabwe, western Zambia, eastern Angola and up into the Democratic Republic of Congo. The surface area is more than 2,5 million square kilometers, or ten times the size of Britain.

Natal Drakensberg

The Kalahari is a vast region that stretches from the Orange River in South Africa northwards across Botswana, eastern Namibia, western Zimbabwe, western Zambia, eastern Angola and up into the Democratic Republic of Congo. The surface area is more than 2,5 million square kilometers, or ten times the size of Britain.

The Cape Winelands

The Cape Winelands are regarded by many as the most beautiful region of South Africa. This tour is different as it is NOT about wildlife; it is in fact all about vineyards, glorious wine estates, wine, history, culture and some of the best cuisine that South Africa can offer.

Limpopo Birding and Wildlife Highlights

Limpopo Birding and Wildlife – Limpopo is often referred to as South Africa’s wildlife capital and this safari can easily be combined with a hunting safari. The Limpopo province of South Africa is ideal for novice as well as experienced birders.

The Namib

The Namib is word of Nama origin and spelling on earlier maps includes “Naarip”, “Naanip” and “Nariep”. The current spelling is said to mean ‘a large desert plain’. It is believed that the Namib was probably semi-arid for about the last 80 million years with true desert conditions prevailing for the last 15 to 20 million years.

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Dwight Botha:
+27 74 700 2738
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Elgim Du Preez:
+27 66 292 0422
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Lloyd Botha:
+1 (585) 524-4799