Are you searching for the perfect African safari? We understand that the sheer number of options can be overwhelming. That’s why we allow you to compare top Africa tours from the world’s most respected safari companies — our Member Companies. Collectively, they offer dozens of African safaris and tours, designed to make your wildest Africa dreams a reality.
Witness the magnificent, UNESCO World Heritage site of Mosi-oa-Tunya (Victoria Falls) —the world’s greatest sheet of falling water from the borders of Zambia or Zimbabwe. Encounter mountain gorillas in the wild on Uganda safari. Travel to Botswana and bicycle along elephant paths, or soar in a private plane over the wetlands of the Okavango Delta. Track cheetahs, elephants, leopards, and lions by 4×4 or by foot on a safari in Kenya, or hike to a remote Berber village in the Atlas Mountains on a Morocco tour. Stroll the Serengeti Plains with Maasai villagers by your side, or ride a camel on a beach in Namibia at twilight. Sleep in a starlit tent; or cruise the emerald waters of the Nile River, where the antiquities and great cultural icons of Egypt are just offshore.
As you’ll note by reading the paragraph above, no matter what kind of African safari or Africa tour you choose, it always begins with an action verb. From Tunisia to South Africa, and Senegal to Madagascar, when you travel to Africa, you embark on one of the planet’s oldest, deepest, and most profoundly affecting journeys. Talk to anyone who has experienced Africa, and you’ll find that invariably he or she dreams of returning.
Maybe it’s the spectacular wildlife, where the realities of nature are played out before your eyes, just a heartbeat away. You never felt so alive. Perhaps it’s the setting: the continent’s endless savannahs; azure waters; and undulating, orange and red sand dunes. You can’t remember when you’ve felt so peaceful. Or could it be Africa’s welcoming and diverse peoples and fascinating cultures. Just when was it that you last felt so open to possibilities?
Adventure Collection would like to leave you with one last action verb for Africa: go.
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