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.
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.
Safari specialist Expert Africa offers a selection of lodges and camps with decks to take the breath away:
Opening on December 15th 2012, Rubondo Island Camp will be the only camp on Rubondo Island in Lake Victoria, Tanzania.
As a honeymoon destination Africa has it all - from spectacular game viewing in fabulous national parks to some of the world's most idyllic tropical islands.
Intrepid Travel has launched its 2013 Africa & Middle East programme with two new comfort-standard itineraries in Jordan, and plans to run a special departure of its Gorilla, Chimps & Game Parks tour in June so that travellers can experience an annual Rwandan mountain gorilla-naming ceremony.
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.
“World Rhino Day” will be held on 22 September – its main aim to create awareness on the need to protect these magnificent mammals.
Here are safari specialist Expert Africa’s favourite African treehouses:
Wild about Africa, safari specialist, known for its expertise – highlights the pick of its trips to suit a variety of situations, fascinations and aspirations.
Specialist Tanzania has put together a week-long trip to Tanzania which costs from just £1645 pp including international flights.
Cookery schools in Thailand, beach breaks in Zanzibar and safaris in Tanzania all feature in Intrepid Travel's new Short Break Adventures brochure, which offers holidaymakers 'a little bit of adventure' on trips lasting two to five days.
The Selous Safari Company is encouraging wildlife enthusiasts to explore southern Tanzania this upcoming safari season, which starts on 1 June.
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