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Why take a safari in Africa?

Of all the Earth's seven continents, perhaps the one wrapped in the heaviest cloak of mystique is Africa. For many of us, Africa can seem both beguiling and beckoning all at once, a vast land yet to be fully explored, which only adds to the intrigue even more.



Explore a land quite unlike any other 

When you step off the plane in the wilds of Africa, you'll feel as though you're in another world. On a safari you can leave the stresses and strains of the hectic, modern world behind, with a change of scenery that's quite unlike anything you've seen before.

The African continent has crystal clear lakes, sky-piercing mountains and sweeping savannahs. It's here that you can really channel your inner explorer and get back to nature in one of the planet's last unspoiled landscapes.


Watch wild animals in their natural environment

A safari is ultimate adventure. There is nothing quite like watching animals roam their natural environment in the flesh, and in Africa, some of the most wonderful of the Earth's creatures wander undisturbed.

Venture out to track some of the continent's most fascinating animals on foot, or hop on board a 4x4 and catch a glimpse of Africa’s exotic creatures, ticking off the ‘Big Five’ along the way.



Bench Africa’s best-selling tour, ‘The Highlights of East Africa’, 12 days from $6,895 per person

Experience the highlights of East Africa on this all-encompassing small group East African adventure to Kenya and Tanzania by road. Visit the spectacular Serengeti National Park with its incredible game viewing opportunities, the world famous Masai Mara and its seasonal annual migration, the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater and Amboseli National Park standing in the shadow of Africa’s highest mountain - Mt Kilimanjaro.

Enjoy 12 days of wildlife and culture, on this scheduled small group safari in East Africa with a maximum of seven passengers per vehicle.

A safari in East Africa offers a unique and wonderfully authentic safari experience.


Written by: Traveltalk
Published: 7 September 2017

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