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Africa's wildlife is undoubtedly its biggest drawcard. A Game Park Experience to see the famous Big Five are a must-do, and myriad of birdlife awaits. Beyond the animals though, a number of diverse landscapes will captivate you, as you're transported from coastal scenes to open plains.

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Chobe National Park’s diverse habitats nurture all manner of wildlife, though the region is renowned for its large elephant herds. Meanwhile, the evergreen marshlands of the Okavango Delta are home to some of the world’s most endangered animals.


Most famous for the annual Great Migration and the colourful Maasai people, the Masai Mara is what safari dreams are made of. Watch for grumbling hippos, sunbathing crocodiles and lazing lions as the ancient spirit of the land wraps around you.


A place where Africa’s most severe landscapes, vibrant cultures and fascinating wildlife reside. Where desert elephants stomp, horned black rhinos roam, and spotted cheetahs stalk. Namibia is one of Southern Africa’s best wildlife-watching destinations.


Travelmarvel offers a four-day extension to your tour to witness mountain gorillas in the wild, one of the greatest wildlife encounters. This includes one night in the Rwandan capital of Kigali, where a city tour will reveal the sobering history and progressive nature of the city and its people. You’ll also enjoy two nights in the Volcanoes National Park.

South Africa

From Cape Town and South Africa’s Garden Route to thrilling game park drives in Kruger National Park, travel through grasslands, forests and mountainous regions, exploring stunning lagoons, lakes and rivers.


Home to a large lion population and host to the annual great wildebeest migration, Serengeti National Park boasts one of the greatest collection of wildlife on Earth. With its pure white sand beaches, Zanzibar presents another side of Tanzania.


The awe-inspiring Victoria Falls is justifiably one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Described by the local Kololo tribe as ‘the Smoke that Thunders’, you’ll be awed by the roaring spray that rise upwards from the canyon below.


Take a flight to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. On arrival, head to the World Heritage listed falls where a local guide will reveal to you the wonders of the Zimbabwe side of this natural spectacle. This side of the falls is home to the Victoria Falls Rainforest – the only place on Earth where it rains all day and night thanks to its proximity to the falls.


Game viewing is of utmost importance during your Africa adventure, with safaris to Etosha, Kruger, Chobe, Serengeti National Parks and Ngorongoro Crater. From a cultural perspective, you'll learn about the Maasai people and spend time in the lands they call home. You'll also discover urban life in South Africa's vibrant Cape Town.

  • Follow the tracks of wildlife in custom-designed 4WD vehicles
  • Stay in the heart of Africa's most magnificent game reserves in stylish lodges that offer comfort and first-class service
  • Take the opportunity to traverse the diverse landscapes of Namibia. From the sand dunes of Sossusvlei, the coastal desert-scape of Swakopmund and on to the salt pan of Etosha National Park for a game drive.
  • Get remarkably close to the animals, including the Big Five, and enjoy sundowner drinks amid the bush
  • With you for the duration of your journey, Travelmarvel's Tour Directors help you experience Africa in style and safety