African best journey by design – When people hear of Africa they start to get mixed feelings of what is there maybe it’s not safe to travel to but that’s not true Africa is one of the most popular travel destinations in World with wide range of safari destinations ranging from gorilla tracking, mountain climbing, rich wildlife exploration, romantic beach holidays, extra-ordinary cultures that will impress you and you will always want to come back some of the souls of the African travel is coming face to face with the mountain gorillas in Rwanda and Uganda, witness the thunder of hooves in Masai Mara and Serengeti in Kenya and Tanzania, the thunder of smock in victoria falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe boarder, the white sandy beaches of Seychelles, Mauritius, Madagascar, Mozambique as you decent down to the desert dunes of Namibia and Botswana as you take a relax at the wine yards in south Africa’s table mountains.
These destinations were carefully selected by our Experts in tailoring your dream African safari holidays; these places are evocation luxury in the African wilderness.
Africa’s mountain gorillas are one of the endangered wildlife species a long side Rhinos, pangolins, elephants, giraffes and Lions as the poaching and demand for wildlife product has gone up in Africa as they are destined for some Asian countries.
Our private guided African gorilla safaris will ensure that you come face to face with the endangered mountain gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda this journey is designed in a way that you will explore both Uganda’s Bwindi impenetrable national park and Rwanda’s volcanoes national park as you will trek the dense forest cover as you search for the endangered mountain gorillas.
Never ever had some one thought that there was an African wildlife world cup that has from June but it’s peak is from July to November as millions of wildest and thousands of zebras march through from Masai Mara plains to Serengeti plains as the dusty looking smoke that appears in the sky a companied by thunder of hooves as the Quest for survival takes part as the crocodiles wait by the Mara river and a cross the Grumeti reserve a waits the Lions and cheetahs wait for prey in what is one of the greatest safari experiences on earth.
Victoria Falls is the longest waterfall in Africa and it’s one of the popular safari products on our African journeys by design, the flooding of river Zambezi directly after summer rains from February to May is peak for viewing the mighty Victoria Falls before proceeding to the home of elephants in the famous Okavango Delta in Botswana with an estimated 15000 African savannah elephants roaming through the delta.
Table Mountain makes Cape Town, one of the world’s best beach cities, also one of the world’s most photogenic.
It is also the country’s most photographed attraction and its famous cable car took millions of people to its top.
Top African destinations Australians must visit, Table Mountain has become the single most welcoming icon to not only our people, but travellers from all over the world.
But this mountain hides many surprises that wait to be discovered.
It is much more than a scenic photograph background or a place from where you can take a breath-taking photo of Cape Town.
There are about 2,200 species of plants found on Table Mountain and 1470 floral species. Many of these plants and flowers are endemic to this mountain.
The magnificent Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens are found on the eastern foot of the mountain. Founded in 1913, the garden that spans an area of 1300 acres includes a unique conservatory with plants from different parts of the world.
Besides the parks, the whole area has a biodiversity that is rare to find in other places on earth. Its many valleys and streams make it an idyllic getaway from Cape Town. The national park’s most unique feature is its fynbos vegetation that is displayed here better than anywhere in the world.
The Cape Floral region of the national park is one of the richest floral regions in the world. Over 70% of the flowers are endemic to the Table Mountain. It is no wonder that the mountain was chosen as one of the new seven world wonders.
Its fauna is no less thrilling either. Although animals such as the cape lion, mountain zebra or the leopard are no longer found here, the park is still home to caracals, rock hyraxes or chacma baboons.
At the Boulders, penguins flock all over the place, a unique sight in Africa.
The flat top peak of the mountain reaches 1,086 m above sea level, but being so close to the sea and to the city its features look more imposing.
Due the inconsistent climatic change the best for this safari package is in July as the wildebeest migration is at it’s peak and the gorilla tracking is superb with less rains received.