Our most popular 'multi-country' safari routes tend to fall into three sub-categories as shown below:
'Pan-Africa' safaris cover the highlights of both East and Southern Africa, a minimum of two to three weeks is the ideal time you need to make this vacation worthwhile.
The 'ultimate' safari for those with time on their side! 'East Africa' will show you the open plains of the Serengeti, the volcanic Ngorongoro Crater, the famous Maasai Mara, exceptional cultural safaris plus the mountain gorillas.
Finally, 'Southern Africa' trips tend to cover Cape Town, a Big Five safari potentially in South Africa’s Kruger National Park (likely the Sabi Sands) or Botswana’s Okavango Delta, and Victoria Falls.
Pan-Africa covers pretty much every safari destination that we recommend, and showcases the incredible highlights of the continent. If you have the time for a longer safari vacation, then a cross-Africa trip is an exceptional option.
East Africa is the iconic Africa - sprawling plains dotted with acacias and teeming with wildlife! It is famous for its endless open savannas and unrivalled concentrations of game.
Southern Africa offers sheer beauty and an exceptional diversity of wildlife habitats, featuring epic Big Five safari in parks such as Botswana’s Okavango Delta and South Africa’s Kruger, as well as sand dunes, deserts, and waterfalls.