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Our Carbon Aware Statement
 
Africa Exclusive work with ClimateCare to offset carbon emissions. The Climate+Care approach means that when we offset, our payment supports integrated projects that both cut carbon and improve people’s lives.
 
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Sundowners, Mkombe's House, Tanzania.
 
We have been creating unforgettable safaris for over 30 years. Your happiness and safety are at the heart of what we do. Travel is one of life’s great joys, but as we have seen over the last 12 months, sometimes the unexpected happens. Our Book with Confidence promise reflects our appreciation that each of our clients is unique, offering flexibility and reassurance so that you can relax and look forward to the extraordinary adventures ahead.
 
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Couple enjoying private game drive near herd of grazing zebras in Botswana
 
While the evolution African safaris and technology has seen much change at Africa Exclusive since 1990, our fundamental beliefs about the perfect safari have not: each client is unique; each safari should be individually designed; the service we provide must be second to none; we must play our part in conserving the remote places and amazing wildlife of Africa and to helping its people to thrive.
 
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A Multigeneration Safari
 
Are you celebrating a big birthday, a retirement or special anniversary? Maybe you have a plan to take your whole family, children and grandchildren on a trip that will delight and inspire them. Any reason will do!

A superb safari has all the ingredients for a trip of a lifetime for each generation. There is amazing accommodation, beauty and adventures to share. Expert guides will take you to see elephant and big cats in their natural habitat. Your grandchildren will encounter wildlife, places and cultures for real that they have seen on Discovery channels.
 
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Giraffe, Segera Retreat.
 
We’d like to introduce you to some of Africa’s most inspired places which, for us, capture the essence of a great African safari. Spellbinding beauty, remoteness and abundant wildlife, terrific guides and the spice of adventure.
 
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Aerial view of guests on hike in vast Namibian desert landscape
 
We can't help but revel in the art of getting lost. The spectacular feeling of discovering Africa's most remote places in exclusive comfort. Below we've included a collection of some of our favourite wild places. If you too are dreaming of your next escape, why not get in touch and let us know where you'd like to go — we'll take care of the details.
 
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Leopard in tree golden hour light Linyanti
 
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, in the company of expert guides. Keep reading to discover more about Africa’s most extraordinary wildlife.
 
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Biodiversity Review Points the Way to Sustainable Tourism
 
Professor Dasgupta’s landmark Economics of Biodiversity Review mentions sustainable ecotourism as a way of protecting the biosphere. The Review refers to African communities choosing to re-utilise their land for high value safaris instead of environmentally costly livestock farming. In this way diverse wildlife can thrive, all paid for by tourists who want to experience a high-quality private safari.
 
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Presidential Villa, Azura Benguerra, Mozambique.
 
The bulk of Mozambique might be on the mainland, but just off its Indian Ocean coastline is a plethora of exotic islands. Two archipelagos — Bazaruto and Quirimbas — are particularly beguiling, especially if you plan to treat yourself to the luxurious delights of a private island.
 
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Elephant outside Singita Serengeti House in the Grumeti Private Reserve
 
In fragile ecosystems, it is of paramount importance that we tread lightly, minimising our environmental impact. At Africa Exclusive, we actively promote properties which have strong eco-credentials, encouraging our guests to think carefully about water and power usage, waste disposal, and sustainability of materials and produce.
 
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Walking safari fishing, Kiba Point, Tanzania.
 
Fishing is a very popular sport in Tanzania and visitors are ensured some great angling opportunities. Freshwater rivers and lakes occupy about 7% of the country's land mass. The best time for a Tanzania fishing safari is after the rains, which fall in November and December and again in April and May.
 
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Elephant, Amboseli, Kenya.
 
Amboseli National Park is situated in the Kajiado District of the Rift Valley province in Kenya. The park measures 151 square miles in size at the core of a 3100 square mile ecosystem that spreads across the Kenya - Tanzania border. The park is a top safari destination offering great opportunities to capture some classic East Africa images. The views of Mount Kilimanjaro are magnificent, especially at dawn and at sunset when the light is clear and soft.
 
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