Safaris

 

Safaris

 

Ever since the great explorers such as Livingstone, Stanley, Burton and Speke opened up Africa in the nineteenth century and brought government, God and trade to the Dark Continent, well heeled Europeans have followed hard behind, first with rifles and now with camera lenses to marvel at the wonders of the natural world that Africa contains. Most visitors include at least a few days safari in their holiday and in many cases this is the start of a fatal attraction that brings them back time after time. It is what we love about Africa, and still what we do best, whether it is to experience the great Migration of wildebeest in the Serengeti or to track chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains above the wild shores of Lake Tanganyika. The remotest areas that we love and want to share with you are some of the wildest, most beautiful and least spoilt places left on this planet where man is still just a visitor passing through.

We would be delighted to advise when is the ideal time to visit these places to enjoy them at their best, so please call us for more information’.

 

Image courtesy of Governors Camp, Masai Mara