Delve into the history and culture of Zimbabwe at Matobo Hills as you search for ancient rock art, accompanied by Zimbabwe’s finest archaeological guide and historian, Paul Hubbard.
Watch the sun go down from Robin Pope Safaris’ John’s Camp on the Zambezi River.
Catch a big one or revel in the ultimate relaxation trip on the waters of Lake Kariba.
Throw caution to the wind and leap into the gorge at the awesome Victoria Falls.
Make a meaningful contribution to elephant conservation in Zimbabwe by joining this safari.
Fly in to the untouched Liuwa Plains and visit the homelands of the famous Lady Liuwa, whilst looking out for the endangered roan antelope or iconic wattled crane.
Experience divine, locally-sourced and wild gourmet treats under a tented restaurant on the banks of the Zambezi River; interact with elephants after an exhilarating jet boat transfer.
Walk between camps on a walking safari along the Luangwa River in one of Africa’s finest wildlife areas.
Watch baby turtles emerge from their eggs and make the awkward journey across the sand to their waiting sea home.
Follow the footsteps of our hunter-gatherer ancestors and learn some ancient bush craft.
Join the jet-set and sip on some of the world’s finest wines in the beautiful Cape.
Rob Caskie, internationally renowned storyteller, delves deep into the Anglo Boer war’s finest moments, such as the battle of Rorke’s Drift.
Take a mountain bike safari through the most fascinating island in the world and see lemurs and other exotic creatures.
Soak up the sunshine in ultimate luxury at one of the most beautifully located resorts in the world.
Climb the world’s tallest sand dunes at Sossusvlei and view wildlife that has adapted to the harsh desert landscapes.
Take a flying safari up the remote and wild Skeleton Coast.
Explore the dramatic incredible Kulala Wilderness Reserve from the heady heights of a hot air balloon followed by a Champagne breakfast on solid ground.
Trek through thick tropical rainforests and come face to face with a gorilla.
Sip on delicious Rwandan coffee, visit a reforestation project or take a full-day guided hike.
Trek through landscapes more than 3000m above sea level (the Simien and Bale mountains) or visit the lowest and hottest place on the African continent, the Danakil Depression.
Witness the Greatest Show on Earth, when 1,300,000 wildebeest, 190,000 zebra, 360,000 Thomson’s gazelle and 12,000 eland follow the rains and greener pastures through the Serengeti.
Spend time with the Hadzabe tribespeople near Lake Eyasi and hunt with them and learn their ancient bush skills.
Embark on a walking safari with one of Africa’s greatest walking guides and a caravan of camels on the Laikipia Plateau.
Visit a local Mukogodo Masai village, a once in a lifetime opportunity to interact with people in a genuine working village, far from tourist trap norms.
Explore the Okavango Delta by mokoro and glide quietly and gently through this amazing maze of luminous lagoons, twisting channels and lush islands.
Spend time in the desert with local San Bushmen and ride free on a quad bike across vast saltpans.
Meet a family of meerkats and enjoy especially close interactions in their natural habitat.