Namibia is a great pristine African Safari destination giving any tourist on African safari the chance to discover a pure untouched land has the highest sand dunes in the world and the deepest canyon in Africa. Immerse yourself in the past at one of Africa’s richest rock art sites, and watch wildlife shimmer against one of the most spectacular pans on earth.
Huge red deserts, traditional cultures, beautiful people along with a wealthy diversity of wildlife and over 40% of Namibia is under conservation management and many wildlife species have actually increased their numbers in recent years.
Angola has the most ancient landmarks here are churches found in the distant north in which missionaries for the Kongo kingdom were centered. Traditional Portuguese model buildings are seen throughout Angola, several museums, nature and Wildlife; the diversity of the climate makes it the best place to enjoy nature such as different kinds of wildlife can be seen in this country, to view a combination of wild animals, birds plus the rich marine life.
Angola's dense rainforest, along the coasts and in the wide savannah and the country has a total of eleven National Parks. The black palanca antelope is a unique antelope species in Angola, also the thick Angolan forests is home to some unique plants plus animals which make the experience very memorable
Botswana is one of the last great refuges for nature’s magnificent pageantry of life vast expanses of deserted wilderness stretching from horizon to horizon, the sensation of limitless space, superbly rich wildlife and bird viewing, night skies littered with brilliantly shining stars, and stunning sunsets of unearthly beauty.
Over 38% of Botswana’s total land area is devoted to national parks, game reserves and wildlife management areas. Experience the stunning beauty of the world’s largest inland Delta has several of the largest and most isolated game sanctuaries in Southern Africa.
South Africa’s geographical diversity and beauty and its unique flora and fauna have been drawing explorers offering holiday-makers an impressive choice of vast areas of untouched wilderness.
Exciting game reserves and Big Five safari experiences, unique scenic wonders, majestic mountains, modern and sophisticated cities, pristine sandy beaches and nearly 3,000 kilometers of dramatic coastline, astoundingly vivid sunsets,
Zambia wildlife safaris has the vast grasslands of South Luangwa National Park that plunges deep into the narrow gorge, the broad river Zambezi, Lake Kariba and everything you want to see. All national parks are outstanding, game reserves within North Luangwa Park along with the South Luangwa Park are believed by many as just one of the finest wildlife habitats around the world.
Zambia is a landlocked country in the tropics of the northern edge of the region. It is a vast and largely unexploited land and has some breath-taking scenery including 5 lakes and 17 It is one of the 7 natural wonders of the world and is the world’s largest waterfall.
Zimbabwe is a landlocked country located in the heart of Southern Africa. 12% of the country is devoted to either National Parks or Game Reserves. Definitely, the most renowned attraction in the country is the magnificent Victoria Falls, the world’s largest curtain of falling water and known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya.
It is twice as large as Niagara Falls and several times longer. The falls can be visited close up but be prepared to get a little wet. While in Victoria Falls, take a delightful cruise on the Zambezi River to have an alternative view of the falls especially at sunset. Zimbabwe’s leading wildlife reserve is the Hwange National Park . A conservation area, it hosts 100 different animal species and over 400 species of birds.