Africa; Sahara and Safaris
Diverse landscapes, teeming wildlife, and rich history awaits in Africa. Lions, elephants, giraffes and zebra roam the endless grass plains, whilst local villages are bursting with welcoming warmth and traditions. A journey to Africa is an unforgettable experience no matter what part of the continent you visit. No two countries are the same, meaning you can experience everything from sunrise in the Sahara to spotting the ‘Big Five’ during a safari drive.
The Sahara Desert, the largest hot desert in the world is a site to behold. Home to sand dunes that seem to go on forever and rise more than 330 metres high, Morocco's town of Merzouga is often referred to as the 'Jewel of the Sahara'. It's here that you can truly appreciate the desert and the people that call it home. During the day, visit desert villages and mix with the locals over traditional tea and spend the evenings in a traditional Moroccan Kasbah. Enjoy a morning watching the sunrise over the sand dunes of the Sahara on our Morocco small group tour - take a seat and watch as nature puts on its finest show.
It’s what comes to everyone’s mind when they think of Africa – endless bounds of wildlife living in a stunning natural environment. And yes, safari drives through Africa’s national parks are as spectacular as they look. Get ready to feel like you've stepped out on the set of the Lion King! From spotting wildlife in Amboseli National Park with the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro dominating the park’s backdrop, to witnessing the animals that call the expansive plains of the Serengeti home. With 14 game drives your chances of spotting the 'Big Five' are high on our Kenya & Tanzania small group tour.
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