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Africa is a land ripe for discovery and there are infinite ways to explore

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.
Guests from Chongwe River Camp canoeing near an elephant.

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Horseback safari near giraffes in Kenya

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A Variety of Vantage Points

We believe in the value of active travel, of exploring the landscape and interacting with it in different ways. Canoeing down the Zambezi or between the islands of Lake Malawi, you’ll have a completely different perspective on the banks and beaches, the fish, the waterbirds, and the hippo wallowing in the shallows. In contrast, on a horseback safari in Kenya, your point of view is elevated and you can approach herds of zebra and antelope far more closely than is possible in a motorised vehicle.
Guest on a bush walk with guides from Lewa Safari Camp.

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Kids and guide measuring animal tracks

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By Your Own Two Feet

On foot your senses are heightened; you are stimulated by the sounds and the smells of the bush. Who knows what might be around the next thicket? What has made those tracks in the sand? Expect a kick of adrenaline as you encounter an elephant or a hyena in the South Luangwa, the birthplace of the walking safari.
Trekkers climbing Mount Kilimanjaro at sunset.

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Aerial view of Kwessi Dunes lodge

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Push Yourself and Try New Things

You can stretch your physical limits in Africa, too. An annual marathon takes place in aid of Tusk in the Lewa Conservancy, and year round you can climb Kilimanjaro. Consider exploring amidst the dunes in Namibia, or diving on the coral reefs of Zanzibar. A holiday doesn’t have to be about staying still.
Guests canoeing near an elephant from Old Mondoro Bush Camp.
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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Mokoro with elephant at Abu Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana.
Mokoro with elephant at Abu Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana.
 
Game drives are a fabulous way to cover lots of territory, but nothing beats continuing under your own steam to get really close to the creatures you’ve come to see.
 
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Hot air balloon safari over elephants from Governor's Camp
Hot air balloon safari over elephants from Governor's Camp
 
If you would like to discuss how you can get active on safari, perhaps staying on a vast private wildlife reserve or combined with some R&R on the beach, we would be delighted to hear from you.

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