Escorted Holidays in Southern Africa

Monday, 6th November 2017

Destination Specialist

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For many, Africa is an enigma: a place which excites, challenges and draws you back time and time again. It is unquestionably a continent blessed with a wealth of wildlife, a rich and diverse cultural patchwork and some of Earth’s most spectacular landscapes and natural wonders.

It is also a place which pushes many travellers outside of their comfort zones, with visitors unused to wild animals and long drives through remote and vast landscapes. One of the best ways to overcome these concerns, yet still experience the very best that this enchanting continent can offer, is to join one of our small-group escorted tours. Ideal for first time visitors, apprehensive yet adventurous travellers and those who don’t want to drive themselves – small group tours open up the whole region for exploration!

Escorted tours bring small groups of like-minded travellers together to make use of expert guides, quality vehicles and refined itineraries. They are cost effective ways to maximise your experience; leaving the planning, logistics and driving to a real professional. For me, travelling through Africa is all about looking out of the window and soaking up the amazing world outside and with these tours – you can do just that!

Book ahead for your dream adventure

Tours in Namibia and South Africa are already filling up fast for 2018, so if you’re considering an escorted holiday, get ahead of the game and book now!

Contact our team of Travel Specialists, or call us on 01737 214 250.

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