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We can whole-heartedly confirm that a trip through Africa is even better in real life. But, if you’re yet to experience the magic of this destination for yourself, our one-off deals are the sign you’ve been searching for.

Follow the dirt tracks across the Serengeti and see the Big Five, get lost in the wine regions of South Africa, spot gorillas at Bwindi National Park and so much more. The memories will last forever but these limited offers won’t. To lock in your place today on a last-minute adventure, full payment is required.

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Highlights of Africa

Travellers in an Overland vehicle taking photos on the Serengeti

Search for the Big Five

On safari, it’s all about getting as close as you can to the elusive Big Five – the African elephant, black rhino, Cape buffalo, African lion and African leopard. Pack your camera and keep your eyes peeled to the grasslands as you travel in a custom-built Overland vehicle on the trip of a lifetime.

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A Moroccan tagine being seasoned

Eat more of Morocco

There’s no better way to get to know a place than to learn about its cuisine! Among the sights, sounds and souqs of Morocco, salivate over street-side snacks at Marrakech’s Djemma el-Fna market, taste a tagine in Tangier and embark on a food-focused experience at a Berber family homestay high in the Atlas Mountains.

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Group in front of Mt Kilimanjaro at sunset

Trek the heights of Kilimanjaro

Standing at 5896 m, the world’s tallest freestanding mountain may seem imposing, but it’s certainly not out of reach. Mt Kilimanjaro rises from acacia forests and arid scrublands at the border of Kenya and Tanzania, and trekking to the summit to see the sprawling plains below is definitely worth the long days on the trail.

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 Maasai people perform jumping dance

Meet with Maasai warriors

The wide-open plains of Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve are not only home to herds of wild animals, but also to the welcoming communities of the Maasai people. Join these red-clad warriors to learn about their vibrant customs and culture, witness the famous jumping dances and discover their traditional way of life.

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Young gorilla in Rwanda

Encounter a gorilla in Rwanda

There are only two populations of mountain gorillas left in the entire world – one of which is in Rwanda. After the effort of trekking into the thick jungle, once you’re near a silverback or can spot a female nursing her baby you’ll know the muddy trek was worth it.

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Mokoro on the Okavango Delta

Mokoro down the Okavango

Days spent overlanding on safari are incredible, but what about wildlife spotting from the water? Traverse the channels of Botswana's Okavango Delta by mokoro – a traditional dugout canoe – through the maze of reeds and lagoons, searching for the region’s most unique and unusual creatures and birdlife.

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