Africa Safari Tours
There’s something about Africa that touches the soul. History isn’t trapped in bricks and mortar here – it’s everywhere. You feel it in the stories of the people, the pounding tribal rhythms and the blazing Serengeti sunsets.
This is an old land, and it’s very, very good at breaking down preconceptions. People who come expecting a David Attenborough documentary leave with something else: it may be the hiss of waves on a beach in Zanzibar or the tribal drums of the Maasai, perhaps the silhouettes of boabs in Madagascar or the rustle of a mountain gorilla in the Ugandan rainforest.
Each of our trips is designed to get under Africa’s skin, but don’t be surprised if this continent ends up getting under yours. Once experienced, it’s never quite forgotten.
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Articles on Africa
Arabian nights: 5 reasons you should be seeing stars in Morocco
Posted on Mon, 27 Oct 2014
In the sand sea of the Sahara, stars are life. Set out with Intrepid into the dunes of Morocco on this one-of-a-kind stargazing adventure.Read more
13 ways to shop so they don’t drop
Posted on Tue, 5 Aug 2014
When you are offered a shell necklace to buy, snake wine to try or perhaps some very attractive turtle shell bangles during your travels, what do you do?Read more
Will rhinos soon roam no more?
Posted on Thu, 31 Jul 2014
On average three rhinos a day are killed in South Africa, all because of a lie... the mistaken belief that it can detoxify your body and cure diseases.Read more
Kids and kasbahs: a Morocco family adventure
Posted on Tue, 18 Mar 2014
The camel’s lashes drew closer and closer as he slid into sleep; my seven-year-old daughter Julie rubbed his curly-haired head as he drifted into dreams upon the sand. My son […]Read more
What to expect in South Africa
Posted on Wed, 12 Mar 2014
"Wow - maybe this will be fun after all. Still didn't know what to expect and couldn't explain why I didn't want to go..."Read more
8 African snacks you must try
Posted on Tue, 11 Mar 2014
In Africa, most action takes place on the streets and roadsides – people hawking their wares, kids running to and from school, friends hanging out just chatting. There’s always movement […]Read more
On the trail of the legendary Kalahari lions
Posted on Thu, 6 Mar 2014
“It’s difficult to describe just how vulnerable you feel when your eyes meet the unwavering stare of a predatory lion.” In the current issue #39 of get lost magazine, Ann […]Read more
10 surprising facts about Ethiopia
Posted on Thu, 27 Feb 2014
With the possible exceptions of Colombia and Iran, it’s pretty hard to find a country so undeservedly beset with tourism image problems as Ethiopia. A poverty-stricken, war-ravaged dustbowl… right? Well, […]Read more
Ghana in living colour
Posted on Thu, 27 Feb 2014
“Akwaaba!” (welcome) is what we heard most in Ghana, exemplifying the warmth and hospitality of the Ghanaian people. My partner and I spent six months living, working and travelling in […]Read more