African Adventures And Safaris

Africa is known as the most diverse continent on earth. With its spectacular places, wildlife encounters, incredible people and extreme climate conditions, a trip to Africa can leave you spellbound and completely mesmerized. Africa has abundant natural beauty that is pure, untampered and real. Whether you are planning a wildlife safari, a mountaineering adventure, an ocean retreat or a cultural escapade, travelling to Africa will be an unforgettable and epic experience that can be cherished for a life time.

Africa is home to the very first civilizations on earth. Egyptian civilization dates back to 3300 BC. The pyramid of Giza is the oldest of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Be it the splendid works of art like masks and wood carvings, banana leaf art, batik paintings, soapstone carvings or colourful clothing made of mudcloth, kente, kuba cloth and brocade or intricate pieces of bone jewelry or shell jewelry, African has huge collection of items to shop from and take back as memoirs of your amazing trip.


African Adventures

The Great Migration, Tanzania: The great migration is an extraordinary wildlife experience that you cannot afford to miss. It is a continuous year long event which doesn't actually end. Millions of wildebeest and thousands of zebras migrate from Tanzania's Ngorongoro Reserve in January through the Serengity around June and reach Kenya's Masai Mara around September before heading again towards the south.

Table Mountains, hot air balloon safari South Africa
The Table Mountains overlooking the beach city of Cape Town in South Africa is a picturesque landmark. The view from the cable car rides to the top of mesa is an unforgettable experience.

Sahara Dunes, Morocco
Never miss the opportunity to sleep under the stars and gaze the dark night sky at the Sahara Dunes in Morocco. It is the most accessible part of the Sahara where you can trek and camp.

Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx, Egypt
Who doesn't know the Great Pyramids of Egypt and the Sphinx? Pyramids of tombs built to preserve the mummified bodies of the pharaohs of Egypt. The tomb of Pharaoh of Khufu at Giza, near Cairo is the greatest of all the pyramids. The Sphinx, the famous half human and half lion statue is also located nearby.

Victoria Falls, Zambia and Zimbabwe
The spectacular sight of Victoria waterfalls on Zambezi river bordering the coutries of Zambia and Zimbabwe is a breathtaking experience. Also called as Mosi-oa-Tunya or “The Cloud That Thunders”, and flows from 108 a height of 108 metres.

Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
This is the highest mountain in Africa. Known for its incredible variety of ecosystems from huge glaciers, rainforest, rugged heathland to agricultural lands, Mount Kilimajaro is a heavenly destination. It is also home to some of the best wildlife reserves in Africa.

 

Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique
It consists of six islands lying off the Mozambique coastal town of Vilankulo.

It is a perfect Indian Ocean getaway. With its colourful fish in clear torquiose waters and enjoy diving, snorkelling and birding it a fantacy experience for the beach holiday lovers.

Kruger National Park, South Africa
The world famous Kruger National Park offers the best wildlife adventure in Africa.

It is home to hundreds of species of birds, trees, mammals, reptiles, fish and amphibians. All the Big Five game animals are found in this enormous park.

The wildest, and most difficult area to access is the far northern part of the park. A true adventurer can never miss this opportunity.

Riding Safari, Kenya
Do you want to experience the trumpeting of the elephants or the lilting calls of a pack of hyena or the vibrating roar of a lion? Experience the thrill of complete wildlife riding on the back of strong horses on the broken terrain in the wilderness of Masai Maara. The murmurs of birds and the noises of animals and insects will accompany you throughout the safari.

Mountain gorillas, Rwanda 
Rwanda, “known as the land of thousand hills” is home to the oldest rainforests in Africa. Walk through East Africa's highest canopy and have a close encounter with the mountain gorillas and chimpanzees.

The Nile river, Egypt
Nile is the longest river in the world and also called the “Father of African Rivers”. Get the feel of the world's most ancient civilizations on a cruise down the Egyptian Nile.