Our featured itineraries are suggested programs which we can modify and tailor-make to customize and plan your family safari. Chosen 10 years in a row as one of the World’s Top Travel Specialists in Conde Nast Traveler, Mark Nolting is the go to person for “family safaris” in 2012! Travel&Leisure have also recognized us in the prestigious World’s Best Awards 2012 as a top safari outfitter to plan family safaris.
~ Quality gameviewing in the most diverse scenery including Mt. Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti plains and Ngorongoro Crater,
~ Private customized safaris led by the best guiding team in Tanzania,
~ A cultural immersion with the local Masaai, Datoga and Hadzapi bushmen,
~ Voluntourism for a day or more at Ndarakwai in the foothills of Kilimanjaro,
~ Snorkelling and beach time in Zanzibar and Pemba.
~ Sightseeing in scenic Cape Town and Victoria Falls,
~ Close up Big Five viewing in the private game reserves near Kruger in South Africa,
~ The unique water/land ecosystems of the Okavango Delta and grasslands of Moremi in Botswana,
~ Walking and tracking safaris with top professional guides, like our award winning “Eyes on Elephant Safari” in Zimbabwe,
~ Beach getaways on the Garden Route, the Wild Coast or Maputaland Coast of South Africa,
~ Voluntourism at schools and villages that we support in Matobo Hills, Mana Pools, and Hwange in Zimbabwe.
2013 Departures: Jun 22, Jul 13, Aug 03, Aug 17, Aug 31, Sep 07, Sep 21. This award winning safari was selected in National Geographic Traveler Magazine's "50 Tours of a Lifetime" in 2011 and operates as an exclusive group with up to 6 persons per departure. We personally know your guides Nic Polenakis, Dave Carsons and Nick Murray who are leading the trips. We have combined the active game viewing ventures of walking in Northern and southeastern Hwange and canoeing, walking and game drives in Mana Pools.
A Signature Safari that highlights one of the top wildlife destinations in Africa! You are guided by a member of a superb team of knowledgeable and fun-filled naturalist guides. Now featuring four full days of game-viewing in the Serengeti where you see wildlife galore and perhaps view part of the Migration. Departures 2013: Feb 09, Mar 09, Jun 08, Jul 03, Jul 22, Aug 03, Aug 24, Sep 17, Oct 12, Dec 21. Four persons can have their own departure for the same price!
Your itinerary combines one wildlife experience at a family friendly Private Game Reserve combined with some sightseeing days in Cape Town. Please speak with one of our expert safari consultants who has traveled to Africa with their own children.
An incredible six night flying safari in Botswana, which offers a great value! There are 2 options featuring classic tented camps and lodges in each of four portfolio of accommodations. An optional extension for a night or two may be arranged in a Victoria Falls hotel at the beginning or end of your adventure.
This is an exciting seven night flying safari staying at three destinations and where you are able to select camps that have the family tent with adjoining rooms. As a family you may require/or request a private vehicle and guide in each camp and area.
Your itinerary focuses on two real wildlife experience in a Private Game Reserve near Kruger National Park and the Madikwe Game Reserve where you will take day and night game drives. Visit Mpumalanga where an “elephant interaction” has been included in your adventure.
This Kenya flying safari offers comfortable tented accommodations at Samburu and Mara Intrepids, at an affordable price, in peak season. Game drives are in open 4x4 vehicles! The diversity of activities includes day and night game drives, walking and hikes.
This itinerary offers the ultimate family safari as you travel to three diverse areas including Victoria Falls with the Upper Zambezi, Hwange National Park and the cultural site of Matobo Hills.
Our suggested family program to Tarangire, Lake Eyasi, Ngorongoro and the Serengeti offers great value for families and children. As an award winning tour outfitter, our Tanzania naturalist guides are excellent at working with families. This itinerary can be modified and tailor-made to customize and plan your own family safari.
This is a fantastic safari is for those who want to focus on having a Specialist guide throughout. Your 4x4 Land Rover has roof hatches that make photography easy. An excellent guide is paramount to coming away from Kenya with an appreciation of the abundance of animals and contrasting scenery that the country offers.
Start with four days and nights at the Kwandwe Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape. This area is famous for “Big Five” game, especially leopard sightings! Continue with three nights in Cape Town, giving you time to explore the Cape Peninsula, waterfront and magnificent Table Mountain. Finish with a three night stay at Grootbos Nature Reserve, offering spectacular marine and nature experiences where you can discover another “Big Five” of the ocean. Please speak with one of our expert safari consultants who has traveled to Africa with their own children.
This safari combines a "bit of everything" that Southern Africa has to offer. We have added extra days in Cape Town and Victoria Falls to give you a chance to explore these scenic places.
This NEW culinary adventure features the best of Tanzania combining safari game viewing as your inner culinary spirits soar. Tour organic gardens, a coffee plantation, enjoy cooking classes, privately hosted dinners and picnics at various locations.
This itinerary focuses on the unusual natural history of Madagascar, which is located off the southeast coast of Africa and offers one of the most interesting regions for unique flora and fauna.
Spend eight days in Mana Pools participating with the Bushlife Conservancy who directly make a difference with local conservation and anti-poaching teams in the park. Donating your days, you will participate in tracking rare wild dog and record elephant sightings. Supporting their ongoing work with the Painted Dog Research Progam, you will contribute to raising awareness of a fascinating ecosystem and see firsthand for yourself the importance of conservation.
On our Mother Africa Voluntourism trip to Zimbabwe, you will spend 8 days on this project which arises from the truly magnificent ecological surroundings. The community project will be spent helping out in the villages, schools and orphanage near Matobo Hills, Bulawayo. Zimbabwe is also a country rich in wildlife and a further few days will be spent in the conservation field of Hwange National Park.
Experience 8 days at Ndarakwai where you can actively participate in voluntourism projects like assisting teachers with reading and writing skills in the classrooms, building projects at Masai schools, assisting in anti-poaching support, weeding out invasive non-indigenous plants and environmental related activities with elephant. Ndarakwai is located in the foothills of Kilimanjaro.