African Safari Company & Expeditions is recommended by National Geographic, and has been featured in the Huffington Post, The Robb Report, Ciao Bambino, and others, for tours throughout Africa and Latin America. Read comments from our past travelers and learn more about choosing your travel style.


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National Geographic



M ike Nesbitt, president of the African Safari Company, recommends taking a safari that lasts at least ten days so you can experience more than one park. "But don't try to do more than two countries during a two-week trip," says Nesbitt. "Otherwise you'll spend too much time at airports and be forced to stay overnight in big cities. Flight schedules between countries are usually only once a day, if that, and frequently don't connect conveniently." Shorter safaris are rewarding if well arranged. You can visit the Maasai Mara in Kenya...


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Ciao Bambino



The Galápagos Islands are on the hot list for family travel because they enthrall kids with unique wildlife and immerse them in a living classroom that feels nothing like school. The good news for families is that the Galápagos Islands are a year-round destination and work well for a spring break, holiday or summer vacation. We asked Julia Nesbitt from Small Ship Safaris, a division of African Safari Company, to answer a few commonly asked questions that we receive from clients considering a trip to the Galápagos Islands.


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Robb Report: Great Escapes

November/December 2014 Private Villas



Villa saebin, set against Signal Hill in the suburban Tamboerskloof neighborhood, takes full advantage of the views of Table Mountain, Lions Head, the Stellenbosch Mountains, and the Durbanville Hills. The vertical spread of five levels has a private study at the entrance level (with a garage underneath) and three guest bedrooms on the level above. The living area on the fourth level includes open-plan living and dining areas, a sleek kitchen with Miele appliances, a yoga room, and a terrace with an L-shaped pool. Topping it all is the fifth-level master suite with a roof garden and terrace.


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Huffington Post: Southern Africa's

Desert Rose by Mark Sissons



C hurning through the bone dry Huab River bed, our clay-caked land cruiser chases the setting sun and some of Africa's most elusive inhabitants. "We're extremely lucky to run into such a large herd of desert adapted elephants," shouts guide Tristan Cowley over the roaring engine of what is likely the only safari vehicle within a hundred miles in this remote northwestern region of Namibia called Damaraland.


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A Journey Among Zimbabwe's

Fragile Hwange Elephants



Dozens of elephants gather at the waterhole beneath a sprawling leadwood tree. Jostling for space to drink, testosterone-driven young males swing their tusks at mothers and calves. Matriarchs trumpet their arrival. A Dumbo-eared youngster curls his tiny trunk around his mother’s spongy feet....


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