We don't know what it is, but sunsets have fascinated all of us at one time or another. Here's a collection of some amazing African sunsets.
You've done your homework, answered some important questions and you believe solo travel is for you. Here are some benefits of 'going at it alone'.
Uganda offers the most affordable gorilla trekking option available with low-season permits at $450 each in November 2017.
Iconic moments and places deserve to be frozen forever in a picture that says it all. Moments and places like Tanzania's world famous Serengeti.
We just love this YouTube montage of a client's recent trip to Uganda. Her enthusiasm is simply contagious and the memories captured by her son Mike Wright.
A lot of people are familiar with the idea of climbing up Mount Kilimanjaro, but paragliding off it is a new addition to this popular African adventure.
While solo travel seems cool, truth is, it's not for everyone. Here are a few questions you should consider before buckling up for that 15 hour flight.
Next to tea, coffee is one of the world's most popular beverages. With 2.25 billion cups consumed globally each day, there's no disputing its popularity.
We may have been designing safaris for 25 years, but along with bringing you firm favourite, bucketlist trips such as the Serengeti Migration.
Meet new people. Taste new food. Explore different cultures and ways of life. Camp in the wild. Push your limits. We want you to come back changed.
Despite its size, Tanzania's Tanga region offers some interesting sights for visitors looking for something other than Tanzania's busy tourist hot spots.
Mafia Island is part of Tanzania's Zanzibar Archipelago and little less known than Zanzibar, making it, in some ways, a well-kept secret worth exploring.
Discounted accommodation and incident free rides to the airport are awesome, but easy visa processes or none at all will make any traveller happy.
Hurry and secure one of just 7 spots available on this untamed and untouched adventure, 10 days from USD 4,950 per person sharing (April 2018).
In 2018, John Addison is heading to Zakouma National Park in southern Chad. Uncover 350,000 ha of raw, wild Africa - untamed, untouched and undiscovered.
Under the management of African Parks, Zakouma National Park (Chad) has become one of Africa's most inspirational conversation success stories.