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.
Explore Cape Town (TDACTC)
Cape Town—the jewel of South Africa’s Western Cape—isn’t a place you merely visit; you experience it. Our adventure in this amazing and always-surprising city does not disappoint: Stunning views from Table Mountain, top-flight cuisine and wine and the positively stunning Cape Point await you here. Optional activities abound—choose to get your adrenaline pumping or take it easy with a ride up a cable car. And with great accommodations and stellar service from your CEO, you’ll see, taste and savour every inch of this town the way it was meant to be experienced—in grand style.
Highlights: Taking in as much of Cosmopolitan Cape Town as you wish.
Kruger Camping Safari (DAKS)
Short and to the point, if you're already in Joburg or simply hungry for a taste of South Africa's exceptional wildlife and culture, this 4-day safari adventure will certainly hit the spot. Starting in Johannesburg, you'll head into world-renowned Kruger National Park—one of the largest and most diverse wildlife areas in Africa and home to zebras, elephants and lions. Travel is via a small 16-seat minibus. Participatory camping keeps you under the stars and, thanks to our long-standing community ties, you'll get plenty of invigorating local interaction as you meet the people of Shalati. The African wilderness is closer than you ever imagined.
Highlights: Encountering exotic wildlife in Kruger National Park, getting off the mainstream tourist trail while spending a night in the community of Shalati, witnessing a traditional dance, getting around in a nimble 16-seat minibus, doing it all in just four days.