Africa has some seriously amazing places for wildlife lovers, from Big Five safaris in South Africa's Kruger National Park to unforgettable adventures in the Serengeti. We are delighted to offer you the rare opportunity to visit some of these breathtakingly beautiful parts of the world at a highly reduced rate in some of the top lodges. Book by 31 March for travel between March - 30th June and 1st October - 15th December 2020. Read on for a round up of the top experiences on offer.

Southern Africa

Three nights in Cape Town then add on four nights in one of the below areas to save around £1,500 per person...

Kruger Lion South Africa

Greater Kruger National Park, South Africa

The Kruger is one of our top picks for some of the most reliable Big 5 game experience in Southern Africa. From lion cubs to sparring rhino, a 4x4 drive in the Kruger is an adventure you'll never forget.

Rhino Kwazulu Natal

KwaZulu-Natal

The Zulu Tribesman are well known for their fierce warrior roots but fewer people know about KwaZulu-Natal's area's beautiful lush landscapes, home to some of the best conservation-focussed private reserves in South Africa. The opportunities here go well beyond traditional 4x4 safaris from a night eye experience using infra-red technology and a sleep out under the stars, to hands-on rhino and pangolin conservation safaris and specialist birding safaris.

Water Safari Botswana

Okavango Delta, Botswana

Does it need any introduction? One of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, the Okavango Delta is an Eden for wildlife lovers with the chance to see elephants, leopards, hippos, cheetahs and antelopes, as well as a bounty of bird species. Accompanied by world-class guides, set off to explore the waterways, open plains, forests and woodlands and take part in sensational safaris both on land and on the water.

East Africa

Spend seven nights exploring Kenya and Tanzania saving up to £3,700 per person...

Wildebeest Migration in the Masai Mara

Masai Mara, Kenya

Kenya's Masai Mara is best known for hosting one of the world's greatest spectacles in the wildlife world - the wildebeest migration - which sees over two million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle thundering into the park around July and then departing at the end of September. However, there is more to the park than this one event. Visit outside of the peak months to see the plains bursting with new life as a huge diversity of species - including elephants and giraffes - step out with their young for the first time.

Elephant in Tanzania

The Serengeti, Tanzania

Neighbouring the Maasai Mara - yet 30 times the size - the Serengeti is a true wildlife wonderland spanning northern Tanzania and some of southwestern Kenya. Thanks to a short and beautiful flight between the Mara and Serengeti, you can experience both in the span of a single day with a sunrise safari in the Mara and then afternoon tea in the Serengeti. Renowned for its lion prides and vast herds of elephant, bump across the Serengeti's vast open plains on 4x4 safaris and watch as predators take to the rocky outcrops to scan for prey.

Masai Tanzania

Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania is an area of exceptional natural beauty and huge biodiversity - home to over 25,000 animals. Accompanied by knowledgeable local guides, explore the rich crater floor to see wildlife that cannot be found anywhere else in the world and meet Maasai herders and their cattle.

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