Botswana enjoys an incredibly stable government and is a year round safari destination. Chobe National Park has massive elephant populations, with over 65,000 reported to be living in the area. The Linyanti and Moremi areas are lush grasslands and bushvelds with lots of plains game and great numbers of predators including lion, cheetah, leopard, hyena and wild dogs. The Okavango Delta is the largest inland delta system in the world. Botswana's tourism has developed into a brilliant collection of luxury lodges reached by light aircraft. People with moderate budgets can explore Botswana on guided mobile safaris.

Namibia is a rugged and vast country often described as the land of contrasts. In one week, you can see a wide array of sites from watching the sunrise on the red dunes of the Namib Desert to exploring the game rich Etosha National Park. Travelers have tremendous opportunities like walking with black rhino on the Palmwag concession or interacting with the colorful Himba tribes in the Kunene Region. Namibia can be explored by road or by air, staying at well-run National Park resorts or unique and fabulous tiny lodges.

South Africa is an incredibly diverse country offering visitors a myriad of adventures. The Greater Kruger is the largest National Park in the world and densely populated with wildlife. The game rich Sabi Sands offers travelers unparalleled luxury and game viewing. A luxury rail trip is a lavish and fantastic option to soak up the countryside.

Cape Town, Africa's most cosmopolitan city offers travelers hip boutique hotels to elegant waterfront properties. From Cape Town, you can also start a driving tour to taste your way through the wine lands and drive the famed Garden Route.

In Zambia, Victoria Falls is a site that no visitor should miss. Local people describe it as 'mosi o tunya' or the smoke that thunders. South Luangwa and Kafue National Parks are famous areas for traditional walking safaris - where visitors can explore the land on foot. Zambia has an excellent variety of mobile-tented camps, remote bush camps, and luxury lodges.

Malawi is an up and coming safari destination. This small country offers a unique natural environment. The magnificent Lake Malawi is a haven for boat activities and water sports, as well as having some of the best freshwater diving sites in the world.

Zimbabwe is back! Over the last couple of years we have seen some great changes in Zimbabwe. With the travel warnings becoming a distant memory, the national parks and reserves full of animals, and the people very much ready to have you as guests, Zimbabwe once again can be considered as a top safari destination.

Namibia is a rugged and vast country often described as the land of contrasts. In one week, you can see a wide array of sites from watching the sunrise on the red dunes of the Namib Desert to exploring the game rich Etosha National Park. Travelers have tremendous opportunities like walking with black rhino on the Palmwag concession or interacting with the colorful Himba tribes in the Kunene Region. Namibia can be explored by road or by air, staying at well-run National Park resorts or unique and fabulous tiny lodges.

South Africa is an incredibly diverse country offering visitors a myriad of adventures. The Greater Kruger is the largest National Park in the world and densely populated with wildlife. The game rich Sabi Sands offers travelers unparalleled luxury and game viewing. A luxury rail trip is a lavish and fantastic option to soak up the countryside.

Cape Town, Africa's most cosmopolitan city offers travelers hip boutique hotels to elegant waterfront properties. From Cape Town, you can also start a driving tour to taste your way through the wine lands and drive the famed Garden Route.

In Zambia, Victoria Falls is a site that no visitor should miss. Local people describe it as 'mosi o tunya' or the smoke that thunders. South Luangwa and Kafue National Parks are famous areas for traditional walking safaris - where visitors can explore the land on foot. Zambia has an excellent variety of mobile-tented camps, remote bush camps, and luxury lodges.

Malawi is an up and coming safari destination. This small country offers a unique natural environment. The magnificent Lake Malawi is a haven for boat activities and water sports, as well as having some of the best freshwater diving sites in the world.

Zimbabwe is back! Over the last couple of years we have seen some great changes in Zimbabwe. With the travel warnings becoming a distant memory, the national parks and reserves full of animals, and the people very much ready to have you as guests, Zimbabwe once again can be considered as a top safari destination.