So named the Big Five due to their notoriety as the most difficult and most dangerous animals to hunt on foot in Africa, the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino) were also once little…..
Cute right?! Who could resist?
One of the top reasons people visit Africa is for the once in a lifetime chance to view the Big Five…
We’ve done the work for you and put together a selection of Big Five safari focused packages. Visit the Customer Zone for these and other packages
– Sabi Sand –
Combine with a City Highlights package as either a pre or post add-on to enhance your journey.
View game in the exclusive Sabi Sand – an unfenced area bordering the world renowned Kruger National Park. Experienced game rangers and trackers will ensure an awesome wildlife encounter.
– Botswana – Victoria Falls –
A 7 night deluxe experience combining both Botswana and Victoria Falls taking in the magnificent Okavango Delta and one of the Wonders of the World…..Victoria Falls. Expect breathtaking scenery, teeming wildlife and luxurious accommodation. What more could you want?
– South Luangwa National Park – Mambwe – Livingstone –
‘From a vehicle you see Africa. On foot you feel, hear and smell Africa.’ Remote and teeming with wildlife, Zambia is a safari enthusiasts dream and home of the walking safari. Your secluded, intimate camps guarantee an unrivalled wildlife experience in one of the last unspoilt wilderness regions of Africa. There’s superb walking safaris, game drives, night drives, scenic sundowner trips, a tour of the Falls and a sunset cruise aboard one of the finest boats on the Zambezi, the African Queen.
– Khwai – Linyanti –
The Delta is unlike anything you will have seen or experienced. This legendary inland waterway slices sinuously through a large part of Botswana, creating an area of unimaginable natural splendour.
If engaging with the local people is a must, then this package is just for you. Located on a community run concession, your stay includes a visit to the local Khwai community where you have the opportunity to interact with the local Khwai people.