Botswana Wildlife Tours offer one of the greatest safari experiences in Africa. Home to the beautiful and unspoilt Okavango Delta, the thousandth World Heritage Site, an area of extraordinary beauty and a premier Botswana wildlife destination. This vast stretch of wilderness is home to some of the continent’s most charismatic wildlife: wild Africa at its best. Contact a local wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Botswana directly.
Ethiopia wildlife experiences boasts some of the best birdwatching in Africa with over 900 species of birds including a number of endemic, at least 277 species of mammals, and over 6,600 species of plants throughout this unique country. The lakes in the Great Rift Valley region, the breathtaking Simien and Bales Mountains abound with numerous species of birds, and wild animals including gelada baboons and the rare Ethiopian wolf. Contact a local wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Ethiopia directly.
The Gambia is home to 550 species of birds and is one of the best introductions to tropical birding and Africa. The destination offers a variety of ecological settings in a small and accessible area. With Gambia Wildlife Tours you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the African forest, creek, coast and mangrove swamp. Bird species include Egyptian Plover, Martial Eagle, Red-throated and Northern Carmine Bee-eaters while other fauna include monkeys, leopards, hyenas, crocodiles, dolphins and hippos. Contact a wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Gambia directly.
Kenya is the birthplace of wildlife safaris. With 59 National Parks, Game Reserves and other protected areas, containing more wildlife habitats than anywhere in the world from open savannahs to dense forests and vast lakes to the coast, Kenya Wildlife Tours can show you the “Big Five”: Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant and Cape Buffalo. For several months a year, the famous Masai Mara National Reserve also hosts one of the seven natural wonders of the world, “The Great Wildebeest Migration”. The birdlist is well over 110 species, and on a single trip, you can see up to 600 of these. Contact a local wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Kenya directly.
Morocco Wildlife Tours offers the chance of seeing many resident and migrant birds, , as well as countless European migrants in spring and autumn. The Atlas Mountains and Sahara Desert provide the chance of many species not found in Europe, including Red-necked Nightjar, Fulvous Babbler, Tristram’s Warbler, Crimson-winged Finch, Dark Chanting Goshawk and the critically endangered Northern Bald Ibis. Large mammals are not particularly abundant, though do include foxes, jackals, genets, hyenas, panthers, gazelles and the famous Barbary ape. Contact a wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Morocco directly.
This southeast African country is well off most wildlife adventurers map, though for those with a sense of adventure Mozambique Wildlife Tours offers a fascinating cultural mix and vast areas of bush populated with elephants, lions and birds galore – almost 800 species have been recorded in the country. Contact a wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Mozambique directly.
Namibia is one of Africa’s best-kept wildlife secrets. Travellers experiencing Namibia Wildlife Tours can take in the beautiful wildlife and unique landscapes, see Africa’s “Big Five” and encounter many endemic species against the backdrop of the country’s unique landscape. Animals such as Gemsbok (Oryx), Springbok, Bat-eared Fox, Ostrich and Black-backed Jackal are all seen on a regular basis. Contact a wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Namibia directly.
South Africa is rated as one of the top three most biologically diverse countries on the planet, so there’s virtually no limit to the natural history one can see and experience on safari holidays with South Africa Wildlife Tours. The Cape Region is one of the world’s six major plant kingdoms, with 9000 vascular pants of which more than two-thirds are endemic – a botanist’s dream! With a vast treasure trove of wildlife and natural history to be seen and experienced, and great food and hospitality too, this is a must-see destination. Contact a wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to South Africa directly.
One of the finest Uganda safaris is undoubtedly its gorilla trekking expeditions. Mountain Gorillas occur only in this part of Africa, and Uganda is home to around 880 individuals. Uganda Wildlife Tours take you to a birding paradise with a diverse bird checklist of more than a thousand species, making Uganda among the most bird-rich countries in Africa. Contact a local wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Uganda directly.
A country which has half the remaining population of the highly endangered Mountain Gorilla and 44 of the Albertine rift bird endemics; over 50% of Africa’s biodiversity and wildlife can be found in this tiny state – only slightly larger than Wales. Wildlife Tours in Rwanda can show you a wide range of habitats, landscapes and species. Contact a wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Rwanda directly – and discover why this country is now safer than ever.
Home to the famous Migration in the Serengeti with more than 1.4 million Wildebeest on an annual trek for food and water. These dramatic river crossings attract many visitors, keen to fulfil their life-long bucket list. With more than 3,000 lion on the northern circuit, an abundance of cheetah, leopard, hyena, elephant, zebra, gazelles and 1,175 recorded species of birds, Wildlife Tours in Tanzania can show you an unsurpassed volume of wildlife and birds. Contact a local wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour directly.
Zambia Wildlife Tours are a nature lover’s dream. Over 30% of the country’s land is allocated to National Parks, with stunning landscapes and a wide range of different habitats. There are many birdwatching opportunities on a Zambia safari, as the country is home to almost 800 different bird species, with over half of these found in Lochinvar National Park and Luangwa Valley. Contact a wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Zambia directly.
Zimbabwe Wildlife Tours offers some of Africa’s most superlative wildlife viewing. With vast, raw landscape of powerful rivers, floodplains and rocky escarpments, Zimbabwe Wildlife Tours are brimming with wildlife. Of course, no Zimbabwe safari would be complete without a visit to Victoria Falls, one of the most amazing natural wonders on the planet. Contact a wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Zimbabwe directly.
Ghana known as the Gateway to Africa is a must for any traveller with an interest in nature, birding and history. Ghana has the most developed infrastructure of any West African country, offering a safe, friendly and hassle-free wildlife destination. Ghana Wildlife Tours offer travellers the unique opportunity to experience first-hand as many as 221 amphibians and reptiles, 724 bird and 225 mammal species. Contact a local wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Ghana directly.