Walking Safari Tours
This walking safari takes you through Lake Bogoria where you can see flamingos and hot spring. We also visit Lake Naivasha, a Crescent Island on the Eastern shore of Lake Naivasha. There is a lot of easy to see game e.g. giraffes, wildebeests, waterbucks, elands, zebras and impalas. It is also a haven for birds with +200 species recorded. Finally, we visit Hell’s Gate, which is located just beyond Lake Naivasha and famous for its natural hot geysers, eagle and vulture breeding grounds.
Tanzania is one of the best countries in Africa to witness the wildebeest migration. This tour combines Serengeti wildebeest migration with a cultural hike as well as game drive viewing in Ngorongoro and Lake Manyara National Park. Accommodation will be at Serena Lodges, known for their cozy ambience and facility. Indeed, a safari package with all the things you need for that well-deserved safari holiday.
A five day packaged safari to Hazyview area of the Kruger National Park for two nights and the Sabi Sands Game Reserve for two nights. On this packaged safari, guests stay at the popular Hippo Hollow Lodge or similar, situated near Hazyview on a half board basis. The package includes transportation and all game drives which are conducted in open 4X4 safari vehicles inside the Kruger National Park. The guests then move on to the Sabi Sands Game Reserve for two evenings, on a full board basis at Umkumbe Safari Lodge or similar. The client has the choice of two daily game drives or possibly replacing one game drive with a bush walk instead. The package includes all road transfers.
This tour will take you on a boat trip in Lake Baringo where we will also have a walk for 3-4 hours towards the Southend of Lake Bogoria to see the flamingos and hot spring. We also visit Lake Nakuru National park to see animals like rhino, lion, zebra, hyena, giraffe, buffalo, Water buck, Impala baboon troops and many kinds of water birds; pelicans, cormorants and hundred thousands of flamingos. Lake Naivasha and a visit to the famous Hells Gate National Park are highlights of the trip with a finale game drive at the famous Masai Mara reserve where one can see the Big 5.
Spanning 13 000 hectares of the pristine African bush, Kapama offers the perfect sanctuary for a wide variety of wildlife. Here, over 40 different species of mammals including the Big 5 – elephant, lion, leopard, African buffalo, and rhinoceros – as well as 350 bird species, thrive in their natural habitat. Visitors get the opportunity to observe these magnificent creatures in the wild with twice-daily guided game drives, nature walks, and once-in-a-lifetime elephant encounters.
Kapama’s four luxury lodges each have a charm of their own – Buffalo Camp delights with its old-world feel, Southern Camp offers warmth and hospitality, River Lodge is festive year-round, and Karula is breathtakingly elegantly.
All Packages include return shuttle transfers from Johannesburg (pick up and drop off at any Johannesburg hotel or Residence). One shuttle will run Via the panorama route with stops at pilgrim’s rest, gods window and Graskop Falls. Alternatively, should a client fly in on a scheduled flight, return transfers to Eastgate Airport is included. Full board accommodation at the choice of Kapama Lodges.
Explore the wonders of Kenya in style with this 8-day adventure. Start from the bubbling capital city of Nairobi and head into the wild by way of the Aberdare National Park. The park is home to a wide array of stunning flora and fauna, as well as a diverse variety of wildlife, including black rhinos, leopards, and the black and white colobus monkey.
Get to new heights with a short walk up Mount Kenya, Africa’s second highest mountain. Not only does it offer majestic views of the sweeping plains below, but this UNESCO World Heritage site also affords some excellent animal and bird viewing. There are at least 160 bird species recorded here, including the rare and threatened Abbott’s starling.
Of course, no Kenyan safari is complete without visiting the famous Lake Nakuru, a place renowned for its robust population of flamingoes and other bird species, and the ever-popular Masai Mara national reserve, the jewel of East African safari adventures. This trip will leave with an overwhelming sense of excitement and have you wanting to extend your stay. Of course, we’re happy to accommodate such requests.