Victoria Falls


Begin your African safari vacation in Livingstone, where your guide meets and transfers you to your camp on a private island in the Zambezi River. Enjoy guided tours of Victoria Falls, the cultural museum and and local markets, morning or evening game drives in Mosi-Oa-Tunya Park and morning or evening boat cruises on the Zambezi River. Livingstone is rated as one of the world’s top destinations for adrenaline and river activities. The most popular of these include (at additional cost) seasonal white water rafting, bungee jumping, gorge swing, microlighting over the Falls, brunch and breakfast canoe trips on the Zambezi and Falls edge dining. We love Sindabezi Island for it's exclusivity and sheer Robinson Crusoe appeal.


Sindabezi Island

Sindabezi Island

*Sindabezi Island and Tongabezi Lodge are Pack for a Purpose partners - click here to learn more.

Chobe Game Reserve


Covering an area of about 4,250 square miles, Chobe National Park is the third largest game park/reserve in Botswana. The Chobe River forms the northern border and in the southwest the park borders on the Moremi Reserve. The park consists of four main regions, each with its own types of vegetation and geological features. The area in the Chobe River flood plain is known as the Serondela region and is famous for its huge herds of African elephant and buffalo. Hundreds of the huge animals can be seen coming down to drink at the river in the dry season (July-September). Safari game viewing by boat from the river can be very rewarding as well. Chobe Game Lodge is the only lodge inside the park and we love their all female guiding team.


Chobe Game Lodge

Okavango Delta & Elephant Experience


On arrival in Maun you will be assisted with the light plane transfer to Stanley’s Camp. This camp offers some of the best African safari game viewing in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, including the rare and elusive wild dog. A completely unique Stanley’s feature is an educational experience with a group of semi-habituated African elephants. Spend a day walking with the elephants and observing them up close in their natural environment . Other activities include mokoro canoe excursions (subject to water levels), exclusive bush dinners, and game drives in customized, open 4 x 4 safari vehicles – including night drives. Guests also have the exclusive option of walking safaris with an armed professional guide. We love Stanley's Camp for it's warm staff, luxury tents and of course, the elephants!

One of the unique experiences at Stanley's Camp is the opportunity to meet a rescued elephant herd.Three orphaned elephants have been brought up in the area and have been used to being with humans since an early age. Every morning the elephants go for a walk around their home range, foraging for food and checking that all is well. They look for fresh fruit in the nearby trees and interact with guests. A few people each day are able to accompany them on their walk through the bush and see the wilds of Africa through the eyes of an elephant - a truly uplifting experience that makes a lasting impression on all who share their time with the elephants. The morning includes a leisurely paced walk with the semi-habituated elephants, and a picnic lunch in their company.


Stanley's Camp

Makgadikgadi Pans


Travel to the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, the network of salt pans found in Botswana's eastern regions are a striking physical feature and some of the largest of their kind in the world. The pans, huge, flat expanses of hot, sun-blasted terrain and fringed by vegetated islands and peninsulas, were once part of a great superlake that covered much of northern Botswana. This desolate landscape offers nothing but sand and sky yet its eerily silent fossil beaches and stunted red baobab trees leave an impression on every visitor.

Leroo La Tau Camp is situated on the banks of the Boteti River which forms the western boundary of Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. The camp rises majestically above the dry Boteti Riverbed which stretches across the western border of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. Here explore on day and night game drives with the possibility of boating on the Boteti River, depending on the water levels.

The park is populated by up to 30,000 zebra and wildebeest closely accompanied by predators. This African safari lodge offers a raised hide above the Boteti River where guests can enjoy spectacular wildlife sightings. Having explored the area and enjoyed a spectacular wildlife on guided day and night game drives, you can retire after dinner to a splendid fireplace overlooking the waterhole. Leroo La Tau translates as ‘lion’s paw’, but although the surrounding area features lion, zebra and wildebeest, it also boasts Chobe bushbuck, leopard, cheetah, brown- and spotted-hyena, impala, kudu, jackal, porcupine, genet and caracal, to name but a few. In addition, there is also the possibility of seeing the rare white rhinoceros.


Leroo La Tau

Cape Town


Renowned as one of the most beautiful cities in Africa, and the world, this seaside playground has it all! Explore the Cape Peninsula, visit the penguins at Boulders Beach and even take a dip with Great White Sharks or head into the renowned Winelands for some tastings, shopping and relaxation. The city herself has beautiful beaches, a vibrant waterfront and unique neighborhoods. Everywhere you go are fantastic restaurants and adventure types will revel in hiking, horseback riding, cycling and windsurfing. Join a group tour through the regions or we can set up a private guide for exceptional experiences like private home hosted dinners with local families, cycling Cape Town at night, community township visits, a day of arts & culture and many more! Cape Town boasts all types of accommodation from tiny guesthouses to luxurious 5 star hotels. We love Cape Cadogon Boutique Hotel for it's ideal location in the city bowl, the intimate atmosphere and the wonderful staff.


Cape Cadogan

Cape Cadogan

*Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel is a Pack for a Purpose partner - click here to learn more.

Cape Winelands


As California has Sonoma and Argentina has Mendoza, South Africa has the Cape Winelands. These beautiful valleys and slopes are well worth a few days all on their own to relax and enjoy spectacular scenery, food, and of course wine such as South Africa's famous Pinotage red. Explore the small towns from Stellenbosch, the second oldest town in South Africa, with canal-lined avenues, and magnificent examples of Cape Dutch architecture, onward over the scenic Helshoogte Pass, to Franschhoek, founded by French Huguenots over 350 years ago, and widely regarded as the culinary capital of South Africa and Paarl, at the foot of a cluster of remarkable granite domes as well as Constantia and Wellington.


Akademie Street Guest House

Mozambique Beach Luxury


Fly to Maputo to meet the light aircraft transfer to White Pearl Resorts, Ponta Mamoli. Alternatively, drive to the Kosi Bay border post, leave your vehicle in secure parking and take a 4x4 transfer to the resort. White Pearl Resorts offers the ultimate in barefoot luxury in Africa. Experience elegant simplicity at this exclusive beach resort set in the dunes of the untouched shores of southern Mozambique. On a magnificent stretch of coastline, tucked behind casuarinas trees the resort promises to earn the reputation for being the jewel of the Indian Ocean. Sip cocktails in your private plunge pool, indulge in sumptuous traditional cuisine, head out on a deep sea fishing adventure or escape from it all by exploring rich coral reefs with qualified dive instructors. The stylish suites, each with a view of the vast and spectacular Indian Ocean present you with cool coastal comfort. At White Pearl Resorts the gracious staff have taken the utmost care to ensure you experience pure relaxation accompanied by warm and welcoming Mozambican hospitality on your luxury African vacation. Shoes are strictly optional!


White Pearl Resort

Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, Garden Route


This remarkable Africa reserve is spectacularly situated on the fynbos and forest clad hills overlooking the whale-watching haven of Walker Bay on the southern coast of the Western Cape. This is a region of indescribable beauty and Grootbos is committed to protecting this ecosystem and showcasing the many wonders to its guests. The reserve boasts some of the world’s most distinct and unique plant, bird and animal species. The next few days are yours to explore with the reserve's specialized guiding team who lead 4x4 drives and walks through the fynbos and forests of the reserve, trips to the nearby coast to view the Southern Right Whales from land, walks along deserted beaches, visits to archaeological and cultural sites, boat-based whale watching trips, as well as boat tours to a nearby seal island to view penguins, seals, dolphins and great white sharks. Some of the included activities are horseback riding on the Reserve, visits to the Klipgat Cave, birding walks, flower safaris, visits to local beaches and whale watching from the cliffs. Activities available at an additional cost include horseback riding on the beach, whale watching by boat and cage shark diving.


Grootbos Garden & Forest Lodges and The Villa

Tswalu Kalahari Reserve


The Northern Cape is South Africa’s largest province, framed by Calvinia in the south, Springbok and Port Nolloth in the west, Upington and Kuruman in the north and Hopetown and De Aar in the east. The region is a semi-desert, and yet the “Green Kalahari” in the west and north, also known as the Namakwa section, brings forth explosive displays of wild flowers from late July to November. Dramatic thunderstorms boom across the wide plains, annual rainfall is unreliable and temperatures range from 37 Degree C in summer, to -6 Degree C in winter. The Tankwa-Karoo National Park, the Namaqua National Park, the Geogap Nature Reserve and the Augrabies Falls National Park have varying topography, good came sightings and unique flora. This region has diverse cultures of frontier history and brave missionaries; it also boasts countless challenges for adrenaline junkies, hikers, mountain bikers and 4x4 adventurers.

The safari game drives here are never standard; if, at a moment’s notice, you want to spend an entire day in the bush, we will pack a delicious picnic and take off. Bush walks offer the chance to get closer to the land, even to track desert black rhino on foot. Top quality horses can accommodate all levels of riding ability. You can explore the Kalahari from every possible angle. Two donkeys, Pedro and Don Juan, pull a traditional Kalahari cart, still a main form of transport for many here today. Hot-air balloon trips over this vast wilderness can be booked in advance. Or you can simply sleep out under the thousands of stars in the Kalahari’s “diamond skies”.

For anyone with a particular passion, special talks can be arranged with the reserve’s ecologists. Photographers will find unending possibilities at Tswalu, combining shots of unique wildlife with dazzling panoramas. Walks to ancient archaeological sites will reveal rock carvings created by the Bushmen up to 380,000 years ago, some of the oldest art on Earth. At other times, the pools or shaded salas beckon. Our exclusive spa completes your relaxation; its range of soothing and revitalizing treatments celebrates the natural heritage of Africa. Sometimes the most exhilarating activity is no activity at all. Watch in silence as the sun slips below an endless horizon. We love Tswalu because it simply breathtaking, with the ultimate in luxury set in one of the most beautiful places.


The Motse

Bushmans Kloof, Western Cape


This extraordinary haven, nestled at the foothills of the Cederberg mountains, is just 270km from Cape Town, and the ideal wilderness getaway to escape, restore and relax. Malaria and predator free, the reserve is a natural playground for those who want to reconnect with themselves and the essence of life, with wide open plains, mystical rock formations, crystal clear water falls, and an abundance of flora and fauna. The spa is a sanctuary to wellness, well-being and holistic healing, where one’s spirit, mind and body can truly let go, and soothing pampering and restorative treatments are complemented with unique products made from indigenous rooibos, flowers and plants. The warm, caring service and hospitality, delicious organic cuisine, breathtaking dining venues, superb facilities and accommodation have repeatedly won Bushmans Kloof international recognition and awards. Exclusive and totally private, with 16 rooms and suites, this Natural Heritage Site is also home to many exceptional San rock art sites. Guests can discover the wonders of nature, choose from a vast range of outdoor activities, or do absolutely nothing but inhale the beauty and succumb to the peace, quiet and tranquility.

Activities included in your stay are daily guided Rock Art walks through natural fynbos, guided nature drives in game viewing vehicles, spectacular wildflower trails (spring season: July-October), bird watching, nature hikes, organic garden tours, botanical tours, archery, mountain biking, canoeing, croquet, star-gazing, fly-fishing and swimming in natural pools and waterfalls. The lodge can also arrange additional activities including yoga and guided meditation and excursions to Wupperthal village & historic Moravian mission station, the Cederberg Wilderness Area, Biedouw River for canoeing & fly-fishing, Lambert's Bay fishing village and seabird colonies, the Clanwilliam Museum of Anglo-Boer war memorabilia and wine-tastings at the Goue Vallei wine cellars, Citrusdal and Cederberg Private Cellars - the Cape’s highest lying vineyards. We love Bushmans Kloof for the off the beaten path activities combined with exceptional accommodations.


Bushmans Kloof

Bushmans Kloof

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