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Safari vacations in Africa are just as diverse as the continent itself.  Whether you want to spend a few days gorilla trekking in Uganda or more than two weeks spotting the big five – lions, leopards, African elephants, rhinos and Cape buffalos – in South Africa, you’ll find an array of experiences to best suit your needs.
I partner with some of the world’s leading safari guides to ensure that my guests have the experience of a lifetime.
I know that an Africa tour is a chance to see and do new things. That’s why a Small-Group Africa tour is the perfect choice to experience the best of East and Southern Africa. There are never more than 20 passengers on these tours, so while you still have ample opportunity to meet new friends, a small-group ratio means more personalized service from beginning to end. You’ll explore some of Africa’s most revered safari destinations such as Serengeti National Park, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Amboseli National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Chobe National Park, and a private game reserve near Kruger National Park! Keep your eyes out for elephant, lion, Cape buffalo, cheetah, zebra, giraffe, and much more.  You’ll also experience unique encounters like visiting a township in South Africa, a private Maasai dance performance, meeting baby elephants in Nairobi, and savoring a mimosa at a bush breakfast in Kenya or Tanzania.  Go beyond the ordinary and spend more time enjoying the flavors of Africa!

#1 On My Bucket List!

I have to admit – a Safari has been #1 on my “bucket list” since I was a teenager!  I have had the distinct pleasure of helping many clients plan different types of safaris – from grand, over-the-top “glamporous” to more rugged adventures and everything in between.  I work with truly amazing suppliers who keep groups small so that everyone truly has a personal experience.  I know that I cannot wait to go on a safari!

Highlight of Itineraries


On this magnificent Kenya safari, visit remarkable national parks and wildlife reserves in search of giraffe, cheetah, zebra, leopard, lion, elephant, rhino, gazelle, hyena, Cape buffalo, and more—all in their native environments. Imagine the thrill of seeing these majestic animals as they sunbathe on grassy land and roam across the vast savannah grassland. And with no more than 6 guests per vehicle and 20 guests total in each group you’ll experience distinguished service by your professional Tour Director and experienced Driver/Guide.


A highlight on this safari is Serengeti National Park, Tanzania’s largest park and home to the annual wildebeest migration. Here embark on three game drives where you may spot the “Big 5”—lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and Cape buffalo. We have also arranged an exclusive bush breakfast, a truly memorable experience!


Africa is a magical place, no matter the time of day. This trip is living proof. Designed for serious safari lovers, this tour lets you spot the animals that roam the savannah by day during daily game drives through the Thornybush Game Reserve and Sabi Sands Game Reserve while a skilled ranger provides expert insight into the wildlife and their environment. Later, experience the rawness of nature from the comfort of a safari vehicle as your highly trained tracker expertly scans the horizon with a spotlight in search of nocturnal prowlers on an exciting nighttime safari. Throughout, you’ll stay in traditional African safari camps where antelope and vervet monkeys roam freely and the sounds of the wild African savannah lull you to sleep under a blanket of stars.


Cradled beneath soaring Table Mountain, Africa’s most sophisticated city has a rich heritage and stylish shops and restaurants to explore. Let your expert private guide reveal the cultural treasures and natural wonders of “the Mother City.” Visit the adorable African penguin breeding colony at Boulders Beach and board a luxury train known as “the Pride of Africa” and set off on an unforgettable journey across the heart of the country. Trundle through the spectacular mountain ranges and scenic winelands of the Cape and the haunting barrenness of the Great Karoo to the grasslands of gold-rich Highveld. Track the Big Five and stay at the in the famous Sabi Sands located in the Greater Kruger Area. Indulge in your private plunge pool set among a canopy of 100-year-old trees, then head into the bush twice daily with expert guides to discover a fascinating world where humans are merely observers.


An incredible exploration of one of the world's last pristine natural habitats, starting with the Okavango Delta in Botswana, the world's largest inland delta. The area was once part of Lake Makgadikgadi, an ancient lake that dried up some 10,000 years ago. Today, the Okavango River has no outlet to the sea. The waters of the Okavango Delta are subject to seasonal flooding, which begins about mid-summer in the north and six months later in the south (May/June). The delta provides a seasonal habitat to numerous different species. Among these are African elephants, the African Buffalo, the Hippopotamus, the Lechwe, the Topi, the Blue Wildebeest, the Giraffe, the Nile crocodile, the Lion, the Cheetah, the Leopard, Brown and Spotted hyenas.

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