Are you dreaming of travelling to Africa?

Our dream is to make it happen, when the time is right. We hope you and your families are well. Until travel is allowed again, we are continuing to plan and prepare for guests to come, adventures to be had, wildlife to be seen, memories to be made… we hope some of our ideas inspire the wanderlust in you as much as it does us.

Remote locations, longer stays

Africa is gearing up for renewed adventures and we are seeing first-hand how our partners in travel are getting prepared and ready to receive and welcome guests safely, with strict Covid-19 safety measures in place, at their beautiful camps and lodges. The very nature of safaris means that we can practice “social distancing” most effectively – even some of the most remote areas can get pretty busy in peak season, so we’re recommending some of the more far-flung, smaller and more intimate properties – and suggesting you extend your time in one area with less hops from camp to camp. The focus is on exclusive access to stunning and remote wilderness areas, slowing down to the pace of Africa, enjoying the moment and soaking up the rewards of exploration at your leisure.

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