|INTO WILD AFRICA|
After the excitement of Kruger National Park we go into the untamed inland of Mozambique. Go on sandy roads, flooding rivers and rough terrain to explore the beauty of the Bahine/Zinave wilderness region. The tropical beaches of Mozambique is our next stop. This is where the warm water of the Indian Ocean laps at the white sand,the bays are lined with coconut palms. From Vilanculos to Maputo we follow the coast to enjoy the seafood and the African markets. For those that are looking for true adventure this is the ultimate journey.Malaria precautions are advised. Scuba diving,quad biking and horse riding is but some of the activities at the beach resorts.
See where elephants and lions run wild.Where the crusty surface of the pans lay open.The ultimate natural wildlife experience.This country is devoted to wildlife sanctuaries and these remote and unspoilt wilderness areas are widely acknowledge as offering the finest game viewing in Africa. We visit the Makgadikgadi pans and look for the big Kalahari lion in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. In the Okavango delta we explore this ecosystem with a makoro trip on the flooded plains.We go north to Chobe River and meet the mighty Zambezi River at Victoria Falls.Malaria precautions are advised.
Visit the Kalahari sand dunes,the highest sand dunes in the world,a site that will be with you for days to come. The land of unrelenting sun,where the ground seems to beg the heavens for rain and the landscapes stretch uninterrupted for hundreds of kilometers on end. See wildlife in the Kgalagadi National Park. Have a romantic moment on the edge of the Fish River Canyon and cross through the Namib Naukluft Park. A journey for a camping safari with limited comforts but unlimited adventure and photo opportunities.
East Africa (MIN.7 NIGHTS)
Explore the wilderness areas of central southern Africa. Kafue National Park,birdlife in Lochinvar National Park and the remote Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia. Swim in the fresh water and have a sunset drink on the beaches of Lake Malawi.