Africa and especially its wildlife has a special fascination for all of us. The success of TV programmes such as Big Cat Diary and Planet Earth are testament to this widespread interest.
The advent of improved transport links and accommodation means that now we can all experience these wonders at first hand. There is nothing to compare to sitting in a safari vehicle twenty yards from a lioness that is feeding and playing with her young cubs or watching as a herd of elephants trample through the bush. Your experience will be even better if you are in a small group of five or six accompanied by an experienced local guide.
South Africa has some of the finest game viewing in Kruger as well as around Port Elizabeth with its malaria-free game reserves. A visit to South Africa, though, would not be complete without taking in Cape Town and the Garden Route as well as maybe the Winelands and the Battlefields.
Botswana, Tanzania and Kenya are well known for excellent game viewing whether in the wetlands of the Okavango Delta or the vast plains of the Serengeti at the time of the Great Migration.
Any mention of Africa would be incomplete without featuring Victoria Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world on the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Finally Namibia, a complete contrast, with its spectacular sand dunes, desert-adapted wildlife and seaside resorts.
So where should you travel to first? Our Moxley & Co specialists are on hand to help you make that choice. Through years of experience and visits to many of the places that we recommend we can assist and ensure that your holiday is tailor-made to your needs and interests. Our partners in Africa are on hand whilst you are travelling to provide help if needed and ensure that all runs smoothly.
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