As part of its extensive wildlife portfolio, Steppes Travel introduce four very unique and exclusive Big Cat trips, all of which highlight its commitment and deep rooted ethos in hands on conservation and making a difference.
Mashatu is a private wildlife sanctuary ideally located in northern Tuli at the confluence of the Shashe and Limpopo rivers where eastern Botswana meets South Africa.
Botswana's Okavango Delta is a unique ecosystem. It is the world's largest inland delta, surrounded by arid terrain and a magnet for dense concentrations of diverse wildlife including the Big Five and over 400 species of bird.
One of Africa's must do's. The Chobe Boardwalk & Deck - 250 meters of elevated boardwalk along the Chobe River in the Chobe National Park, home to the world's highest concentration of African Elephants.
South Africa’s private game reserves, Namibia’s arid desert landscape and the wilds of Botswana all appeal to our sense of adventure. Also one of the hottest travel prospects for Brits, South Africa is currently the perfect place for a great value safari.
Expert Africa is offering a 50% discount on a very exciting, one-off trip to Botswana this September. Usually a very costly destination (this trip would normally cost £7,534), a half-price saving of £3,767 - solely available through Expert Africa – makes it spectacularly good value.
Take part in the ride of a lifetime next summer when two of Africa's most experienced riding safari guides join forces for the first time to lead an unforgettable adventure through the Masai Mara and Okavango Delta - arguably the continent's most famous wildlife destinations.
Geoffrey Kent invites just 40 guests to join him for the ultimate safari, a 5000 mile African odyssey from one end of the continent to the other, transported in the lap of luxury in a private jet from one sensational destination to the next.
Pangolin Photo Safaris is Africa's first permanent photo safari business operating in The Chobe, Botswana.
Whale watching in South Africa offers unrivalled viewing of earth's largest mammal, the Southern Right whale, which visits annually from July to December each year to mate and calve.
There is a self-drive experience for everyone in Sub-Saharan Africa. The feeling of freedom, space and independence is almost unrivalled and self-driving certainly does not mean that you have to ‘rough it’, in fact, surely the ultimate luxury is travelling Africa your way, taking a trip entirely your own.
Shhhhh, don’t tell! Secret Season is almost upon us and some wonderful exclusive, expert safari camps are offering up an opportunity to indulge in wonderful wildlife for less.
The magic of the African savannah is rarely felt so entirely as from the saddle. It is a feeling unlike any other and the thrill of dancing, snorting circles - giving elephant or buffalo a wide berth - on your faithful mount, your confidant, your equine companion, will never be forgotten.
Creating a unique travel option in the Chobe, one of Africa's finest national parks stretching across 11, 000 km² of lush African bush was the inspiration behind the eco-friendly Zambezi Queen River Boat, part of the renowned Mantis Collection.
Who hasn't dreamed of getting that perfect wildlife shot? TripAfrica has teamed up with Pangolin Photo Safaris to put together an amazing 9 night trip including a 5 day wildlife photography course set in the stunning Chobe National Park where you will learn how to take the perfect shot in the most perfect of backdrops!
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