When people imagine an African safari, it's usually the big cats and wild mammals that spring to mind. But, after decades of bush adventures, we've come to appreciate birds as much as we do the bigger beasts -- and for a family safari holiday, igniting an interest in our avian friends promises rich rewards that are reaped for a lifetime.View experience
The African coastline boasts some of the world’s best deep-sea fishing, and angling on lakes and rivers in the wilderness can be a beautifully immersive way to interact with the environment. Fishing safaris are a magical mixture of meditative calm, and wild exhilaration.View experience
Big five safari
Nothing gets a safari enthusiast more perked up than mention of the fabled 'Big Five', which for many are the most desirable species to see on safari. Namely, lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo. Learn more about these majestic beasts and where to find them.View experience
Incorporating culture and community brings alive the human context of the country you're visiting in unique and wonderful ways. Africa's cultural heritage is dazzlingly rich and diverse. Engaging on an authentic level with people of myriad cultures can make for profoundly rewarding encounters.View experience
People often ask us if they should take their children on safari, and our answer is always a resounding, yes. Not only are children enthralled by all there is to see, learn and do in the wild, but many of the operators we work with offer specially tailored kids’ safari activities.View experience
A walking safari is, without doubt, one of the most intimate ways you can get up close and personal with Africa's incredible wildlife. Plus, it is not as daunting as you might think.View experience
Malaria-free family safari
South Africa is blessed with a variety of tempting destinations that can be enjoyed without the need for anti-malarial tablets. All of the Western Cape is malaria-free, but perhaps less well known is where to head for a malaria-free family safari.View experience
Cape Town Tour
Stunning scenery, fascinating history and a buzzing metropolitan vibe; cosmopolitan Cape Town has it all!
The first challenge in planning any Cape Town tour is deciding what to leave out.
Cape Winelands Tour
‘A fruity nose, medium bodied with hints of blackcurrant squash and chocolate biscuits.’
Such might be the tasting notes from your child’s grape juice tasting experience on your Cape Winelands tour.
Luxury Train Journeys
Luxury train journeys are often a unique way to visit lesser-known corners of a country. Board one of South Africa’s impossibly elegant trains and you’ll uncover a rich history interspersed with dramatic big sky vistas.View experience
Nowhere is more synonymous with South Africa’s past struggles than Soweto township.
Nowadays, Soweto reveals an eclectic melting pot of cultures and a population with their own proud identity.
Drakensberg Hiking Tour
Keen walkers who include a Drakensberg hiking tour in their South Africa hiking holiday will not be left wanting.
Names such as Cathedral Peak and Giant’s Castle are telling clues as to some of the landscapes you might encounter, should the mood compel you.
Whale Watching Tour
Every year, dozens of southern right whales migrate to South Africa from their Antarctic feeding grounds.
The significant numbers and relative ease of spotting them makes a whale watching tour a must-do for any visit to the Western Cape.
Meet our founders
We believe in expert advice and exceptional service
No half measures allowed.
Over the last twenty years, we have lived and worked in the luxury African tourism sector developing partnerships across the continent.
We know what makes a memorable family experience, and as parents, we understand what’s important to you.