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 Safari Experience (DTTS)
As the home of Olduvai Gorge, the world’s most treasured paleontological site, it’s safe to say humans have been coming to Tanzania forever. So, where’ve you been? Seamlessly blending out-there access with stylish comfort, this trip brings you close to wonders like Lake Manyara, the Ngorongoro Crater, the plains of the Serengeti and the Big Five before returning you to a cozy safari lodge or comfort-minded tented camp. True, it’s not exactly the way homo erectus did it, but that’s what evolution is all about, no?
Highlights: Viewing wildlife in Tanzania's best reserves, exploring rural communities, tasting a local lunch, visiting Olduvai Gorge, meeting the Masai people.
Whether you travel in style or by the seat of your pants, the sprawling, wildlife-rich grasslands of Kenya and Tanzania are a sight to behold. This trip stresses the former while capturing the spirit of the latter, transferring you swiftly between national parks and cushy lodges and tented camps while still giving you the chance to get out and truly feel the majestic lands you’re travelling across. From small safari vehicles, you’ll descend into the Great Rift Valley, spot elephants in the distance in Amboseli National Park, track the Big Five across the Serengeti and Masai Mara plains and much, much more.
Highlights: Exploring Kenya and Tanzania's best game reserves, witnessing stunning views of Mt Kilimanjaro, visiting historic Olduvai and traditional villages, meeting the Masai people, enjoying a local lunch.