Africa Tours and Safaris
Africa. Travel here is as different from north to south as it is east to west. From Casablanca to Cape Town, Africa offers some of the greatest secrets and travellers' treasures to be found anywhere on earth. The inhabitants, both human and otherwise are no less diverse - Africa is home to modern cities and nomadic villages alike. Whether you're after a peaceful sunrise while on an Africa safari, a camel trek with Berber tribesmen, or a photo op with mountain gorillas, Africa will touch you deeply and beckon you to return again and again.
Tanzania Family Adventure (DTFA)
Taking the kids to the zoo will occupy them for a day. Taking them to Africa itself will stick with them for the rest of their lives. There’s a whole lot of amazingness crammed into this 10-day adventure through Tanzania—game drives in the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park, personal encounters with villagers in remote communities, plate upon plate of flavourful deliciousness on Zanzibar and plenty more—but don’t worry; you’ll get to it all (and then some).
Highlights: Spotting the Big Five in the Serengeti, chilling on the beach in Zanzibar, meeting locals in the village of Mto wa Mbu, watching sunset in the Ngorongoro Crater
Gorilla Trek (TDUGTN)
The ultimate primate experience, trek through local villages and lush rainforests with the breathtaking reward of finding yourself in the company of a family of gorillas. One of Africa's major highlights, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is the home to approximately half of the world’s population of mountain gorillas, the world's most endangered ape. A close encounter with these amazing animals is not soon forgotten.
Highlights: Getting up close and admiring a family of mountain gorillas in their own natural habitat, knowing you have all your bases covered with all national park and permit fees for gorilla tracking included.
Gorilla & Volcano Trek (TDUGVN)
Combine the ultimate primate experience with a day of trekking volcanoes in the incredible Ugandan scenery bordering Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. First, trek through local villages and lush rainforests, with a breathtaking reward at the end: finding yourself in the company of a family of gorillas. One of Africa's major highlights, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is home to half of the world’s population of mountain gorillas, the world's most endangered ape. Next, climb one of three extinct volcanoes in the area, for a bird's-eye view of the wild African countryside.
Highlights: Getting up close and admiring a family of mountain gorillas in their own natural habitat, Knowing you have all your bases covered with all national park and permit fees for gorilla tracking included., Trekking up a volcano in Mgahinga National Park.