Are you looking for a romantic honeymoon island escape? Thinking of taking the young nature-lovers in your family on holiday? Are you an individual looking to feed an adrenaline habit by climbing Kilimanjaro? Whatever your request, we can help you shape the perfect safari & beach holiday. We have used our expertise, and feedback from our wonderful guests, to compile an epic list of special interests. Please check out the list below and choose your perfect trip today!
Kilimanjaro is the highest freestanding mountain in the world and the highest in Africa. Climbing Kilimanjaro is an extremely rewarding, challenging and potentially life-changing experience. With its blend of diverse terrain and spectacular scenery, trekking this ancient dormant volcano will prove to be an exciting physical and mental adventure.
The Indian Ocean, off Africa’s east coast, offers wonderful snorkelling and diving due to it’s rich and diverse marine life. Divers and snokellers have the opportunity to see whales sharks, manta rays, turtles and hundreds of different species of fish amongst the finest hard and soft coral reefs.
Seeing the Gorillas in Rwanda is one of those lifetime experiences that should be in everybody’s tick box. The Virunga mountains, home to the mountain Gorillas, are spread over the corners of Rwanda, Uganda and Congo but, in our view, Rwanda is both the best and the safest place to base yourself.
The “Great Migration” is the continuous movement of huge numbers of wildebeest and zebra throughout the Serengeti in Tanzania and the bottom of the Maasai Mara in Kenya. These enormous herds migrate throughout the year following the seasonal rains that produce the freshest grazing and clearest water areas.
Balloon safari is gaining in popularity. Floating gently over far reaching plains of the Masai Mara or Serengeti or the vast deserts of Namibia offer a magical experience. Up high you really get a feel of what Africa is all about and why visiting this continent can be so addictive.
Zanzibar has become a kitesurfing mecca. However, along the east and southern Africa coastline, kitesurf centres have popped up offering a variety of kitesurf options.
Take a kitesurf course or taster session and combine with beach chill or batter yourself with as much kitesurf adrenaline as you can handle. To learn to kitesurf you’ll really need a minimum of 3 days which you can extend to a week if you want to perfect this new craze.
Fitness & yoga is available extensively in Africa, particularly amongst the beach resorts and retreats. Please contact us and we can let you know what types of Yoga are available and where. But to give you an initial flavour, look at Vamizi Island, Mozambique and Breezes Beach Club/Baraza Spa in Zanzibar or Kinondo Kwetu on the south Kenya Coast near Diani.
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