Wilderness Safaris

Wilderness Safaris

Southern Africa / Our journeys change lives - helping Africa, its wildlife and its people through ecotourism and our conservation and community projects
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We are very proud to have been named as one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Africa, by US-based business magazine, Fast Company. Ranked in fourth place, we were the only tourism company to make the African Top 10 list, being recognised for our use of luxury travel to fuel conservation.

CITW Regional Programme Co-ordinator for South Africa, Bongani Baloyi, is facilitating a monitoring and evaluation workshop with Sue and Mary, as well as Agnes, James and Jermain, our Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia and Zambia regional coordinators. They were joined by Lisa Witherden, our new Environmental Education Resource Developer.

Roxanne Reid elaborates on why she rates Little Kulala as one of the "11 most romantic resorts to visit with your special someone"... #Namibia #Sossusvlei

Meet Rob and Ingrid Baas, incoming General Managers for our newest lodge – Bisate in Rwanda

Frizzy manes: Lion Update from Ngamo

Frizzy manes: Lion Update from Ngamo

Children in the Wilderness Namibia's final camp for 2016 was a special one, with visits to the Twyfelfontein rock engravings, Burnt Mountain and the Damara Living Museum. Youth from YES were involved in the running of this unique camp.

We are very proud to announce that our Chief Marketing Officer, Chris Roche has been included in the prestigious line-up of judges for the World Travel & Tourism Council WTTC (World Travel & Tourism Council) Tourism for Tomorrow Awards, which will be announced at the Global Summit in Bangkok, Thailand in April.

Davison's Camp is an eternal favourite, and not just among our Zimbabwean camps. Located in one of the best game viewing areas in all of Hwange, in winter, the waterhole in front of camp is a magnet for wildlife great and small.Hidden within the shade of the treeline, this classic African tented camp, with eight tents and one family unit, overlooks a productive open plain.

Davison's Camp is an eternal favourite, and not just among our Zimbabwean camps. Located in one of the best game viewing areas in all of Hwange, in winter, the waterhole in front of camp is a magnet for wildlife great and small.Hidden within the shade of the treeline, this classic African tented camp, with eight tents and one family unit, overlooks a productive open plain.