Southern African Safari Tours
Flame of Africa offers a full travel service to all the Southern African destinations; Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe & South Africa.
The Durban based destination management team have many years of experience between them. Offering unbiased consulting and a professional, hassle free booking service, the office’s expertise is reinforced by regular site inspections and a network of tried and tested travel partners.
With two regional offices in Kasane and Vic Falls, Flame of Africa is well positioned to provide clients with the best ground handling service. They boast a full fleet of transfer vehicles, a safari vessel, fishing boats and game drive vehicles. Their Kariba based, Lady Jacqueline, a 65 foot luxury houseboat, is ever popular with tourists. Their boats are registered in both Namibia and Botswana, thus able to visit both sides of the Chobe River and move up the Kasai Channel.
Namibia Eco Lodges
The Flame of Africa lodges –Kaza Safari Lodge and Cascade Island lodge are both based on Impalila Island—renowned as a birding and Tiger-fishing enthusiast’s paradise. Getting there by boat along the slow moving streams of the Kasia Channel, exposes you to a wonderful life of birds, from the various storks and egrets to the profilic raptors— Fish Eagle, Bataleurs, to name but a few.
Arrival at the lodge, you are greeted by an array of Yellow-bellied Greenbul, noisy Arrow-marked Babblers and of course the morning and evening chorus of the White-browed Robin-Chat. You may be lucky to view a Pel’s Fishing Owl along the walking trail on the island .
The activities that the ground-handling service offers with Chobe Game drives and cruises bring you close to the magnificent array of animals that make up the Chobe National Park. From the hundreds of elephants converging on the banks of the Chobe River during the dry winter months, to fifteen species of animals that can be sighted on a single game drive. This includes warthog, impala, roan, sable, kudu, giraffe, monkeys ,baboons as well as the predators –Lion, hyena, jackal and leopard.
Birding is exceptionally good in the park, with over 460 bird species having been recorded.
Grasslands Bushman Lodge
Lady of the Lake
Norman Carr Classic Luangwa
African Wild dog
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