Traveling to the “Rainbow Nation “is to venture into a world of colors, landscapes, languages, cultures and wildlife. The land is vast and varied from thick coastal forests to dry sandy deserts and everything in between. South Africa is famous for its sunshine. Highlights here are Cape Town and her winelands, the golden beaches of Durban and the East Coast, and many National Parks and Game Reserve, Kruger, being the most famous. There is so much to do here- South Africa will surely enthrall you.
Botswana is an unspoiled land of timeless beauty – striking salt pans, diamond-rich deserts, fertile flood plains, vast grasslands, and flatlands punctuated with dramatic rocky outcrops.
The country’s natural appeal lies in the stunning and seemingly endless wilderness, prolific wildlife, cultural diversity, and welcoming people. It is truly one of Africa’s top safari destinations, teeming with game and bird life. Botswana is famous as a 5-star safari destination. The landscape is varied from the Central Kalahari to the vast Chobe National Park and the jewel of Botswana’s crown -The Okavango Delta. Wildlife, especially elephants around here.
Namibia is distinguished by the Namib Desert along its Atlantic Ocean coast. The country is home to diverse wildlife, including a significant cheetah population Etosha National Park’s salt pan draws game including rhinos and giraffes. Climb the highest sand dunes in the world. Descend to the floor of the deepest canyon in Africa
Zimbabwe & Zambia
Start off with a stay at Victoria Falls in either Zambia or Zimbabwe.
Here you can enjoy game drives, river cruises, canoe safaris, and guided walks. Venture further to Hwange National Park Mana Pools, the gateway to the wild lower Zambezi.
In Zambia Kafue National Park, South Luangwa, and Lower Zambezi offer an exceptional safari experience- excellent big game viewing hardly any other vehicles around.