African Safari Tours & Holidays

Roaming Africa’s Untamed Beauty: Safari Dreams

Welcome to the alluring world of African tours and safaris, where the untainted beauty of the natural world dances before your eyes and the heartbeat of the wild vibrates within your spirit. We invite you to embark on a singular adventure through the mesmerizing landscape of Africa, the second-largest continent in the world. Here, where the sunsets paint the sky with hues of fire and the untamed spirits of the animal kingdom roam free, your journey promises unforgettable encounters, thrilling excursions, and an exploration of the rich fabric of African culture, history, and wildlife.

Checklist for an African Safari: Must-See Locations and Wildlife Wonders

Africa is a land of wonders, and there is no denying many breathtaking places are there to explore and experience. There are many places, such as Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda, and others. Hence, covering all alone may not be possible; therefore, an African safari tour is a perfect way of experiencing wild Africa. Here are some things you can expect to see during your safari and tours in different parts of Africa.

Namibia Tours

Botswana Tours

Kenya Tours

South Africa Tours

Tanzania Tours

Uganda Tours

Zambia Tours

Zimbabwe Tours

Multi-Country Tours

  1. Victoria Falls

No safari tours Africa will be complete without including Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe as a part of it. You will experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the Zambezi River, which forms a natural border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. As per the Kololo tribe, it is known as Mosi-oa-Tunya, or the Smoke that Thunders, because of the immense spray and loud noise from the waterfall. It is the greatest curtain of falling water in the entire world and one of the popular attractions.

  1. Masai Mara Reserve

Masai Mara is an epic safari and African attraction tours which is located in South West Kenya. It is spread across 1500 square kilometers and boarders with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. It is a not to be missed and one of the lifetime experience where you can see different animals like cheetah, lions, rhino, elephant, zebra, amongst many others. In fact, it is also voted as one of the Seven Wonders of the World for its natural beauty and habitat. Don’t forget to try out the hot air balloon safari when in Masai Mara.

  1. Serengeti and Katavi

If Masai Mara is on your to-do list of Africa, you should also plan Serengeti African tours to cover Tanzania’s Serengeti and Katavi areas. It is a grandeur of wildlife where you can see the season’s greatest Wildebeest Migration. It starts from Serengeti and continues to Katavi National Park, a beautiful and little-visited country. There are many beautiful camps that can offer comfortable and wonderful experiences.

Important Things to Think About Before Your African Adventure

Before you begin your most awaited best African safari tours, here are a few things that you should keep in mind:

  • What type of safari you prefer – basic, mid or luxury
  • For how long you want to plan your travel – safari length
  • Do you want a group or exclusive safari
  • The regions you wish to cover
  • The total number of travelers
  • Which months are you planning your safari


  1. What is the average cost of an African safari and tour?

An average safari cost can start from $125 per person per day to $1500 per person per day. The cost will vary depending on the type of safari and other details.

  1. What is the best time to go for an African safari?

You should plan your African safari in the dry months, i.e. between June and October. These months are the coolest, and your chances to see an animal are high on the safari. It is also the ideal time to plan a trip to witness the beautiful Masai Mara migration.

  1. Which country is the cheapest for an African safari?

If you are planning a budgeted safari in Africa, you can plan to visit South Africa, Kenya and Namibia. These are considered to be the cheapest countries for African safari. After these countries are Botswana, Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania.

  1. How many days are enough for an African safari?

If you are planning a safari tour for the first time, the more days, the more fun it will be. To witness African true beauty, you should plan at least two weeks or 10 full days.

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