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African Safaris

An African safari offers a journey into the extraordinary like no other. The true diversity of the African continent means that the traveller can experience everything from the big five, to the migration, river safaris and sundowners; it has it all. Luxury camps and lodges, to a traditional mobile African safari, tailor your ideal trip to your specific requirements and enjoy a truly once in a lifetime adventure, by putting you in the right place at the right time to maximise your wildlife safari experience whether that be big cats on the prowl, elephants at dusk, or a rhino on the charge…


Concentrating on Conservation

Without conservation it goes without saying, the state of Africa’s wildlife would not be in the fairly stable condition it is today. Conservation is key to the survival of an ever-decreasing natural world where resources and wildlife are put under pressure on a daily basis.

As one of the four founding travel partners of African Parks Conservations, we at Natural World Safaris try and build conservation into every safari, every story, every project that we do. It is not easy, but it is key to the future of both the wildlife seen on an African safari and wildlife worldwide. Park fees, permits, grassroot conservation projects, all play a key part in protecting the wildlife of the African continent with money being driven back into the wildlife and local communities where it truly makes a difference.

Africa Safaris

The diversity that this continent offers is huge from north to south and east to west.

The savannah plains of Kenya and Tanzania offer one of the biggest wildlife spectacles in the world, the wildebeest migration, with millions of grazers following the rains and with predators in hot pursuit. If the savannah plains don’t float your boat, then head to the lesser known west of Tanzania where you can track the elusive chimpanzees – made famous by Jane Goodall – through the tropical forests of Mahale and Gombe.

If primates are your thing then you can’t forget about Uganda and Rwanda with the last strongholds of the endangered mountain gorilla – with only approximately 1,000 left in the world - an on-foot experience tracking these gentle giants is truly one not to be missed.

For those of you looking for a bit more of a laid-back African safari, then head south and to the sun soaked South Africa; big game in the private reserves dotted throughout the country combine with a wild coastline with whales spotted offshore, great food in Cape Town, or enjoy a local drink or two in the Winelands. Let’s not forget Botswana the jewel in the crown for any African safari with private concessions and access limited to only a high-heeled few.

If you are interested in independence on an African safari then Namibia is your place with self-drives galore, desert adapted elephants and some of the biggest dunes in the world.


Phoenix Marshall

Africa Team Leader

Phoenix Marshall

Africa Team Leader

Top Tip

Do you want to learn about the conservation work to save the endangered Rothschild Giraffe, but can’t afford the price tag on staying at Giraffe Manor? We can book you a driver to take you to Giraffe Centre, where you can learn about these incredible animals and get the chance to feed them with the beautiful manor house as the backdrop!