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What does offsetting carbon emissions really mean?
 
There is no getting away from the fact that as a travel business we are playing our part in increasing the world’s carbon footprint.

Every one of our clients may go on a plane, a helicopter, a boat, or a safari jeep at some point during their trip - it is the nature of travel. But it is through this travel that we encounter the incredible places, wildlife and people currently most affected by climate change.

Our aim is to inspire you, through your travel, to protect and support these destinations; investing in effective conservation and community initiatives.

We’re doing our bit too, making your travel carbon negative by covering the cost of offsetting your carbon emissions.
 
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Top 10 African Wildlife Experiences
 
We have spent the last 18 months fuelling our wanderlust by reminiscing about some of our favourite travel experiences. So, with the UK Government’s announcement yesterday, what better way to celebrate than to share these unique moments with you.

As the world reopens, we celebrate by sharing our top 10 wildlife encounters with you. If you want to learn more, get in touch, our team are waiting to craft your next adventure.
 
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Walking safari guests crouching near buffalo herd at Ol Pejeta in Kenya
 
If you’ve never experienced a “real” safari you may think that it’s all about watching animals through the window of a minibus. If so, we invite you to think again! On an Africa Exclusive safari you will be set free to enjoy the wild places and wildlife in all kinds of exciting ways. Always in the company of outstandingly good guides.
 
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Safari guests mountain biking from Little Kulala in Namibia.
 
Africa is the great outdoors, a vast, varied and magnificent continent with endless plains and mountains which touch the sky, desert dunes and rolling hills, rivers as wide as seas, and countless intriguing islands, each one different from the next. A jeep safari is comfortable and convenient, but to explore less accessible parts and to truly appreciate the natural wonders and wildlife in all their glory, you need an active adventure. Prepare to explore and discover with all your senses: an Africa Exclusive safari is experiential travel at its finest.
 
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Chad Wildlife Safari
 
Fast becoming the poster-child as the unique and wild African safari destination of the moment, Chad - and more specifically Zakouma National Park - is a magical blend of conservation success story, and rugged wilderness adventure blended into one. Recent political events have started to settle and if you are looking to expand your horizons, it is certainly somewhere to consider getting to in the next couple of years before it starts to become too well-visited, losing its uniqueness.
 
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Guests canoeing near an elephant from Old Mondoro Bush Camp.
 
Explore with your eyes. Explore with your ears. Explore with your sense of smell. To understand and appreciate the nuances of the landscape and wildlife, people and culture, explore Africa in different ways.
 
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Aerial view of Sao Tome and Principe Islands.
 
If you long for a week or two of guaranteed sunshine and pure relaxation among a world of golden sands, luxuriant rainforest and coral reefs let us fly you away to São Tomé and Príncipe. Just off the coast of Gabon, this island paradise is waiting to be discovered.
 
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Walking safari near rhino at Marataba Camp.
 
Every safari we arrange is individually designed, appreciating the unique characteristics and interests of each client. In a world where so much is online, we still believe the best way to begin is a conversation.
 
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View from the sea to Azura Quilalea in Mozambique.
 
A beach stay is not just about sitting on the sand and admiring the view. Explore the wider environment and its wildlife, and get active during your trip.
 
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Family walking on the beach at Fregate Private Island, Seychelles.
 
From the Seychelles to the Skeleton Coast, the coastlines, islands and lake shores of Africa are striking and unforgettable. Rift Valley lakes seem as vast as seas, and the beaches, rugged cliffs and rocky shores run on and on. Private islands promise paradise. Where water meets lands, invariably there is beauty and rich wildlife, places waiting to be explored.

When travelling with children, we know there's no comfort like having your own space, with plenty of activities for everyone. These incredible island hideaways and beach retreats strike a perfect balance between luxury and fun. We asked our safari design team for their personal recommendations of Africa’s most family-friendly beach properties.
 
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Game drive near large elephant in the masai mara.
 
Someone once said to us, “What’s so special about a safari? Once you’ve been on a couple of game drives surely that’s it”. They could not be more wrong!

A safari is a unique holiday. It takes you somewhere that you have no right to be — into the domain of lion, elephant and leopard. You can be sitting in an open vehicle, astride a horse, or in a small boat just a few paces from one of these magnificent creatures, yet in safety.

In our overcrowded world we can take you to places of unimaginable beauty many miles from human habitation: Places where you can breathe deep, spread your arms wide and sense freedom for heart, mind and soul.
 
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Woman looking at scenery, Migration Camp, Serengeti, Tanzania.
 
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