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Safari tours

We've been there. We know our regions, our accommodations and our drivers. Let us plan the perfect African safari for you, or join us on one of our scheduled small group safaris to the area. 

"I must say that our trip Jeff Pychel planned was fabulous and it exceeded any expectations we had. I am so impressed that absolutely everything was covered as far as connections, reservations, itineraries and activities were concerned. Not one time were we left wondering what would happen next. We met some great folks along the way and stayed in varied but always interesting and topnotch hotels and guest houses. The safari camps were spectacular and we saw so many animals and had a great time adding them up in our books. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to travel to such a great place. Botswana especially will have a corner of my heart." S. B. Kingston, ON

To enjoy the African safari experience of your dreams, here are a few of our top suggestions on where to go: 

East Africa - Tanzania and Kenya

Touted as the premier safari destination in all of Africa, it's home to "The Great Migration' with well over 2 million grazing animals migrating thousands of kms across the Serengeti-Masai Mara ecosystem and Africa's "Big Five" of elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and rhino. Even though the equator runs directly through Kenya and Tanzania, the area is surprisingly cool and dry because of it's high altitude and quite comfortable for the safari enthusiasts that flock to the area every year.


The Okavango Delta is Botswana's jewel and one of the last totally unspoiled wildlife areas in all of Africa. A trip to Botswana isn't complete without visiting a (15 km) stretch of the Chobe River, located in Chobe National Park in the northern part of the country. Kalahari Elephants (largest of all elephants in the world) epitomize this park more than any other animal, with upwards of 120,000 individuals making it the single largest concentration in all of Africa. 


Namibia offers sights not seen anywhere else on earth. With its endless landscapes, wild coastlines and abundant wildlife, it is truly a photographer's dream ! This fascinating and unique country is home to the game-rich areas of the Damaraland Highlands and Etosha National Park, the Namib Desert (the world's oldest), the Great Dunes of Sossusvlei, the Skeleton Coast and Twyfelfontein - Namibia's first UNESCO World Heritage Sites and one of the largest concentrations of rock engravings in Africa dating back up to 10,000 years.

South Africa

There are so many things to see and do in South Africa. Highlights include its breathtaking mountain scenery and Bushman rock paintings in Maloti-Drakensberg Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the spectacular scenic 'Garden Route' from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town along the country's southern coast, the Cape Winelands region (for foodies and wine lovers), the Cape Peninsula (Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope), and the vibrant and exciting city of Cape Town, voted one of the 'Top 10' most popular cities in the world. One must not forget to visit the world-famous Kruger National Park in the north-east region of the country, where theres a very great chance of seeing the 'Big Five' of lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant, as well as upwards of 200 other indigenous wildlife species and an incredible 350 species of birds.

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls borders Zambia and Zimbabwe and is among the most popular natural wonders and waterfalls in the world. A spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River, the water plunges over a 2 km wide brink and raises an iridescent mist that can be seen for more than 20 km away. Activities in the area include the breathtaking 'Flight of Angels' helicopter ride above the falls, 'Afternoon British Tea' at the iconic Victoria Falls Hotel, or even an educational elephant-back safari or night game drive in the nearby Victoria Falls Private Game Reserve.

Uganda and Rwanda

Renowned for their Gorilla Trekking, Uganda and Rwanda both offer excellent opportunities to stand just metres from a mountain gorilla, an experience something only a few people will ever have the chance to do in their lifetime. Uganda also has several game reserves with an array of animal wildlife, bird life and primates.


For more insight into safari's, check out our blog On Safari in East Africa.

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