Distances between each point of interest in Namibia are significant, so flying is almost essential to get the most out your time here. This itinerary combines of the dunes in the south and rugged landscapes in the central regions, where wildlife ekes out living. To extend the journey add Serra Cafema on the northern border. (more…)Read More
Shumba Camp is operated by Wilderness Safaris and located in the centre of the Busanga Plains in Kafue National, Zambia. The plains are inundated with water between December and May. As the waters recede during the dry season, a vast grassland attracts large numbers of game. Shumba is the local name for lion, of which several prides roam the plains around the camp. Busanga is also a key area to see cheetah in Zambia. (more…)Read More
Wilderness Safaris camps offer service excellence in prime wildlife areas with minimal other people. The itinerary may vary between the seasons, though the key areas remain constant, with the Okavango Delta providing the main draw. Further north is the Linyanti River, a dry season hot spot for large herds of elephant.
Seven nights at three different safari camps works well, in combination with Victoria Falls and Cape Town. (more…)Read More
Spend a week exploring the South Luangwa Valley in Zambia. This very affordable safari is ideal for the out doors type, and those who don’t need to move frequently from one place to another. Over seven days you move between remote bush camps, often walking between each. It’s the ideal schedule at a slower pace, that allows you connect with this wildlife rich area.
Spend a minimum of two nights at each camp. (more…)
Begin with a journey through the life-filled African rainforest – along with the privilege and thrill of observing one of our closest relatives in the wild – the western lowland gorilla. A six-night itinerary enables you to experience a wide variety of ecosystems, habitats, activities and wildlife sightings.
Then, on to Segera Retreat, nestled on the foothills of Mount Kenya, with its rich diversity of free-roaming wildlife exclusively reserved for Retreat guests. (more…)
Michael: Thank you for putting together a fantastic trip for Pam and I. We were treated royally by all Wilderness staff everywhere we went. We made friends at all the camps and enjoyed the social aspects as much as the animals, not to mention the luxurious indulgence. Botswana was certainly a amazing experience. (more…)
Ideally situated in a private area within Hwange National Park, just 3 hours by road from Victoria Falls. Camp Hwange’s emphasis is on an exceptional guiding experience. Walking safaris are the key safari experience , led by very experienced and knowledgeable guides. (more…)Read More
The abandoned rail bed of its namesake, the Selati Railway Line, runs through the eastern section of Sabi Sabi close to Selati Camp. In the late 19th century, during the gold rush era of the then Transvaal Republic, President Paul Kruger ordered the building of a railway link from the gold mines of the old Transvaal Republic to Lourenço Marques (Maputo) Harbour in Mozambique. (more…)Read More
The crossings on the Mara River in Kenya, occur any time between mid July and late September. They are not guaranteed and in some years they may not occur at all, it’s all weather dependant. The best years to see a crossing in the Mara are drought years, when food is limited and the majority of the herds head north and into Kenya. In a year with good rains the herds can be spread out from the Mara, south into the Serengeti of Tanzania. (more…)Read More
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