Safaris in Africa

Photography, Africa and wildlife. What could be more exhilarating than being able to share your passions with others ! This is what I try to do, in particular, by organizing safaris in Africa. Guided by the eye of a photographer constantly on the lookout for exceptional images, these safaris are aimed at customers looking for authentic and exclusive experiences. 

Safaris in my image, outside the traditional tracks, always in search of theexclusivitythe rare experiences, d’instants magiques and privileged moments. Bref, des circuits tailor-made circuits façonnés par le désir de vous faire vivre des moments experiences and, if possible, uniqueThis is why I accompany my clients on site in order to guide them as best as possible on a daily basis.

Photography, Africa and wildlife. What could be more exhilarating than being able to share your passions with others ! This is what I try to do, in particular, by organizing safaris in Africa. Guided by the eye of a photographer constantly on the lookout for exceptional images, these safaris are aimed at customers looking for authentic and exclusive experiences. 

Safaris that reflect my personnality, outside the traditional tracks, always looking for exclusivity, rare experiences, magical and privileged moments. In short, tailor-made circuits shaped by the desire to make you live exceptionnal experiences and, if possible, unique.This is why I accompany my clients on site in order to guide them as best as possible on a daily basis.

Photography, Africa and wildlife. What could be more exhilarating than being able to share your passions with others ! This is what I try to do, in particular, by organizing safaris in Africa. Guided by the eye of a photographer constantly on the lookout for exceptional images, these safaris are aimed at customers looking for authentic and exclusive experiences. 

Safaris that reflect my personnality, outside the traditional tracks, always looking for exclusivity, rare experiences, magical and privileged moments. In short, tailor-made circuits shaped by the desire to make you live exceptionnal experiences and, if possible, unique.This is why I accompany my clients on site in order to guide them as best as possible on a daily basis.

Photography, Africa and wildlife. What could be more exhilarating than being able to share your passions with others ! This is what I try to do, in particular, by organizing safaris in Africa. Guided by the eye of a photographer constantly on the lookout for exceptional images, these safaris are aimed at customers looking for authentic and exclusive experiences. 

Safaris that reflect my personnality, outside the traditional tracks, always looking for exclusivity, rare experiences, magical and privileged moments. In short, tailor-made circuits shaped by the desire to make you live exceptionnal experiences and, if possible, unique.This is why I accompany my clients on site in order to guide them as best as possible on a daily basis.

* J’accompagne mes clients sur chacun des safaris que j’organise.

Safaris in the heart of the savannah.

safaris sur mesure

safaris sur mesure

Even if most of the circuits offered by Tour Operators are very well done, they often impose difficult choices and therefore frustration. A tailor-made safari allows a freedom of action much more adapted to your desires and your budget as well as the possibility of going off the beaten track.

Off the beaten track

safaris hors des sentiers battus

Once the essentials have been discovered, going off the beaten track makes the discovery experience even more authentic, more exclusive. It is this icing on the cake that makes the difference between the fabulous and... the exceptional.

In small private groups

In small private groups

In order to optimize observation conditions, it is essential to be mobile, discreet, light, flexible and responsive. Prerequisites which require traveling in small private groups of 4 to 8 people maximum (apart from the accompanying guides).

Possible option

Possible options

Presence of a guide - private professional photographer for the duration of the safari. Both a bush guide and a photographer specializing in Wild life, it is the assurance of living truly unique and exceptional experiences and going back home with a superb photo album.

Tailor-made safaris

Tailor-made safaris

Even if most of the circuits offered by Tour Operators are very well done, they often impose difficult choices and therefore frustration. A tailor-made safari allows a freedom of action much more adapted to your desires and your budget as well as the possibility of going off the beaten track.

Off the beaten track

Off the beaten track

Once the essentials have been discovered, getting off the beaten track makes the discovery experience even more authentic, more exclusive. It's this icing on the cake that makes the difference between fabulous and... exceptional.

In small private groups

In small private groups

In order to optimize observation conditions, it is essential to be mobile, discreet, light, flexible and responsive. Prerequisites which require traveling in small private groups of 4 to 8 people maximum (apart from the accompanying guides).

Possible option

Possible options

Presence of a guide - private professional photographer for the duration of the safari. Both a bush guide and a photographer specializing in Wild life, it is the assurance of living truly unique and exceptional experiences and going back home with a superb photo album.

destinations

6 destinations in Southern Africa
and East Africa are proposed:
 Kenya, Tanzania, South AfricaNamibia
Botswana, Zambie + Safaris in Zimbabwe coming soon. You are spoiled for choice! 

dates de départ

The best times to leave vary according to the destination, the movement of the animals and the physiognomy of the ecosystems to observe. Each season has its own strengths and particularities.

Duration of trips

Most of the safaris last is between 8 and 10 days on site (10 to 12 days of travel). If your budget allows it, 12 to 14 days on site is a much more suitable duration to expand the possibilities of discovery and immersion. 

Prices

It is impossible to pre-determine the prices because they vary according to the destination, the duration, the program, the number of people and the date of departure. Minimum basis of 4500 € per person for an 8-day safari.

Destinations

6 destinations in Southern Africa
and East Africa are proposed:
Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa,
Namibia, Botswana, Zambia.
+ Safaris in Zimbabwe coming soon. You are spoiled for choice! 

Departure dates

The best times to leave vary according to the destination, the movement of the animals and the physiognomy of the ecosystems to observe. Each season has its own strengths and particularities.

Duration of trips

Most of the safaris last is between 8 and 10 days on site (10 to 12 days of travel). If your budget allows it, 12 to 14 days on site is a much more suitable duration to expand the possibilities of discovery and immersion. 

Prices

It is impossible to pre-determine the prices because they vary according to the destination, the duration, the program, the number of people and the date of departure. Minimum basis of 4500 € per person for an 8-day safari.

Where to go on safari ?

Each of the 6 countries below offer numerous and very varied safari possibilities. Devant une telle profusion of treasures to discover, making a choice is far from easy, so follow the guide !

Each of the 6 countries below offer numerous and very varied safari possibilities. Devant une telle profusion of treasures to discover, making a choice is far from easy, so follow the guide !

Each of the 6 countries below offer numerous and very varied safari possibilities.
Faced with such a profusion of treasures to discover, making a choice is far from easy, so follow the guide !

Safaris in Kenya

Safaris in Kenya

Going on a safari in Kenya means yourself in the " cradle of humanity". With 10% of its land totally dedicated to the preservation of wildlife and its dozens of nature reserves and national parks, the country of Massais and Swahili people concentrates within it one of the richest and largest concentrations of wild animals on the planet (black leopards, white rhinos, black panthers...) and hosts the the world's largest animal migration every summer.

In addition to the incredible diversity of its landscapes (savane, brousse, lacs, volcans, forêts, montagnes, plages paradisiaques…) et du nombre de sites naturels majeurs (Kilimandjaro, Nakuru Lake, Masai Mara, Rift Valley ... ) Kenya is also an extraordinarily welcoming people. Getting off the beaten track is essential here as the country conceals territories that are still almost unexplored. 

Going on a safari in Kenya means yourself in the " cradle of humanity". With 10% of its land totally dedicated to the preservation of wildlife and its dozens of nature reserves and national parks, the country of Massais and Swahili people concentrates within it one of the richest and largest concentrations of wild animals on the planet (black leopards, white rhinos, black panthers, etc.) and welcomes the world's largest animal migration every summer.

In addition to the incredible diversity of its landscapes (savannah, bush, lakes, volcanoes, forests, mountains, heavenly beaches...) and the impressive number of major natural sites (Kilimandjaro, Nakuru Lake, Masai Mara, Rift Valley ... ) Kenya is also an extraordinarily welcoming people. Getting off the beaten track is essential here as the country conceals territories that are still almost unexplored. 

Safaris in Kenya

Going on a safari in Kenya means yourself in the " cradle of humanity". With 10% of its land totally dedicated to the preservation of wildlife and its dozens of nature reserves and national parks, the country of Massais and Swahili people concentrates within it one of the richest and largest concentrations of wild animals on the planet (black leopards, white rhinos, black panthers, etc.) and welcomes the world's largest animal migration every summer.

In addition to the incredible diversity of its landscapes (savannah, bush, lakes, volcanoes, forests, mountains, heavenly beaches...) and the impressive number of major natural sites (Kilimandjaro, Nakuru Lake, Masai Mara, Rift Valley ... ) Kenya is also an extraordinarily welcoming people. Getting off the beaten track is essential here as the country conceals territories that are still almost unexplored. 

Going on a safari in Kenya means yourself in the " cradle of humanity". With 10% of its land totally dedicated to the preservation of wildlife and its dozens of nature reserves and national parks, the country of Massais and Swahili people concentrates within it one of the richest and largest concentrations of wild animals on the planet (black leopards, white rhinos, black panthers, etc.) and welcomes the world's largest animal migration every summer.

In addition to the incredible diversity of its landscapes (savannah, bush, lakes, volcanoes, forests, mountains, heavenly beaches...) and the impressive number of major natural sites (Kilimandjaro, Nakuru Lake, Masai Mara, Rift Valley ... ) Kenya is also an extraordinarily welcoming people. Getting off the beaten track is essential here as the country conceals territories that are still almost unexplored. 

The unavoidable

Amboseli National Park (Kilimanjaro). With stunning views of Kilimanjaro, it is renowned for its large herds of elephants and rich wildlife.

Tsavo East National Park. This immense park (13,000 km²) is home to almost all large mammals apart from the rhino and full of lions.. Many natural water points allow a privileged observation of animals.

Masai Mara National Reserve. Reputed to be one of the main crossing points of great migration, it is as famous and as rich in wildlife as the neighboring Serengeti. You can observe the Big Five in full here.

Nakuru Lake National Park. Its lake lurking at the bottom of the Rift Valley attracts thousands of pink flamingos. There are also rarer species such as black and white rhinos, Rothschild giraffes and baboons..).

Off the beaten track

Samburu National Reserve (endemic animals such as Grévy's zebras, Beisa oryx, Gerenuk, Somali Giraffe and Somali Ostrich, Lycaon, dik-dik ....).

Aberdares National Park (black panthers, black rhinos, bushbucks...)

Shimba Hills Reserve (coastal forest with rich and unique fauna).

Taita Hills private Reserve (very rare, endangered bird species).

Possible options

Boat Safari (Amboseli National Park

Boat Safari (Naivasha Lake) between the hippos and visit of Crescent Island.

The heavenly beaches of Diani Beach.

"Old Town" on the Mombasa city island. 

Observation of the great migration (wildebeest, zebras, gazelles, elk) crossing the Mara river infested with crocs and surrounded by predators (July-August).

Night safari black leopards..

The unavoidable
  • Amboseli National Park (Kilimanjaro). With stunning views of Kilimanjaro, it is renowned for its large herds of elephants and rich wildlife.
  • Tsavo East National Park. This immense park (13,000 km²) is home to almost all large mammals apart from the rhino and full of lions.. Many natural water points allow a privileged observation of animals.
  • Masai Mara National Reserve. Reputed to be one of the main crossing points of great migration, it is as famous and as rich in wildlife as the neighboring Serengeti. You can observe the Big Five in full here.
  • Nakuru Lake National Park. Its lake lurking at the bottom of the Rift Valley attracts thousands of pink flamingos. There are also rarer species such as black and white rhinos, Rothschild giraffes and baboons..).
Off the beaten track
  • Samburu National Reserve (endemic animals such as Grévy's zebras, Beisa oryx, Gerenuk, Somali Giraffe and Somali Ostrich, Lycaon, dik-dik ....).
  • Aberdares National Park (black rhinos, bushbucks...)
  • Shimba Hills Reserve (coastal forest with rich and unique fauna).
  • Taita Hills private Reserve (very rare, endangered bird species).
Possible options
  • Boat Safari (Amboseli National Park
  • Boat Safari (Naivasha Lake) between the hippos and visit of Crescent Island.
  • The heavenly beaches of Diani Beach.
  • "Old Town" on the Mombasa city island. 
  • Observation of the great migration (wildebeest, zebras, gazelles, elk) crossing the Mara river infested with crocs and surrounded by predators (July-August).
  • Night safari black leopards..
The unavoidable

Amboseli National Park (Kilimanjaro). With stunning views of Kilimanjaro, it is renowned for its large herds of elephants and rich wildlife.

Tsavo East National Park. This immense park (13,000 km²) is home to almost all large mammals apart from the rhino and full of lions.. Many natural water points allow a privileged observation of animals.

Masai Mara National Reserve. Reputed to be one of the main crossing points of great migration, it is as famous and as rich in wildlife as the neighboring Serengeti. You can observe the Big Five in full here.

Nakuru Lake National Park. Its lake lurking at the bottom of the Rift Valley attracts thousands of pink flamingos. There are also rarer species such as black and white rhinos, Rothschild giraffes and baboons..).

Off the beaten track

Samburu National Reserve (endemic animals such as Grévy's zebras, Beisa oryx, Gerenuk, Somali Giraffe and Somali Ostrich, Lycaon, dik-dik ....).

Aberdares National Park (black panthers, black rhinos, bushbucks...)

Shimba Hills Reserve (coastal forest with rich and unique fauna).

Taita Hills private Reserve (very rare, endangered bird species).

Possible options

Boat Safari (Amboseli National Park

Boat Safari (Naivasha Lake) between the hippos and visit of Crescent Island.

The heavenly beaches of Diani Beach.

"Old Town" on the Mombasa city island. 

Observation of the great migration (wildebeest, zebras, gazelles, elk) crossing the Mara river infested with crocs and surrounded by predators (July-August).

Night safari black leopards..

Safaris in Tanzania

Safaris in Tanzania

Tanzania rhymes with Safari ! It is, along with Kenya, the country that immediately comes to mind when considering going to see the Big Five. It must be said that with the Serengeti, the Tarangire, the Ngorongoro, the Manyara Lake, the Kilimandjaro and the paradisiacal archipelago of Zanzibar, it has been blessed by the gods in terms of wildlife, beauty and diversity of landscapes ! His wildebeest and zebra migration is legendary and its many diverse ecosystems are home to nearly every animal species in southern Africa. 

Tanzania attracts a lot of people! It is therefore advisable to choose your safari formula carefully. The idea is to favour, if possible and perhaps even more than elsewhere, tailor-made safaris in small groups led by experienced guides capable of getting off the beaten track and ensuring authentic and privileged observation conditions. The top ? Combine with Kenya over 15 days. 

Tanzania rhymes with Safari ! It is, along with Kenya, the country that immediately comes to mind when considering going to see the Big Five. It must be said that with the Serengeti, the Tarangire, the Ngorongoro, the Manyara Lake, the Kilimandjaro and the paradisiacal archipelago of Zanzibar, it has been blessed by the gods in terms of wildlife, beauty and diversity of landscapes ! His wildebeest and zebra migration is legendary and its many diverse ecosystems are home to nearly every animal species in southern Africa. 

Tanzania attracts a lot of people! It is therefore advisable to choose your safari formula carefully. The idea is to favour, if possible and perhaps even more than elsewhere, tailor-made safaris in small groups led by experienced guides capable of getting off the beaten track and ensuring authentic and privileged observation conditions. The top ? Combine with Kenya over 15 days. 

Safaris in Tanzania

Tanzania rhymes with Safari ! It is, along with Kenya, the country that immediately comes to mind when considering going to see the Big Five. It must be said that with the Serengeti, the Tarangire, the Ngorongoro, the Manyara Lake, the Kilimandjaro et le paradiaque archipel de Zanzibar, it has been blessed by the gods in terms of wildlife, beauty and diversity of landscapes ! Its wildebeest and zebra migration is legendary and its many diverse ecosystems are home to nearly every animal species in southern Africa. 

La Tanzanie attire beaucoup de monde !
Il convient donc de choisir avec soin sa formule de safari. L’idée est de privilégier, si possible et peut-être encore plus qu’ailleurs, des tailor-made safaris in small groups led by experienced guides capables de sortir des sentiers battus et d’assurer des conditions d’observation authentic and privileged observation conditions. The top ? Combine with Kenya over 15 days. 

Tanzania rhymes with Safari ! It is, along with Kenya, the country that immediately comes to mind when considering going to see the Big Five. It must be said that with the Serengeti, the Tarangire, the Ngorongoro, the Manyara Lake, the Kilimandjaro and the paradisiacal archipelago of Zanzibar, it has been blessed by the gods in terms of wildlife, beauty and diversity of landscapes ! His wildebeest and zebra migration is legendary and its many diverse ecosystems are home to nearly every animal species in southern Africa. 

Tanzania attracts a lot of people! It is therefore advisable to choose your safari formula carefully. The idea is to favour, if possible and perhaps even more than elsewhere, tailor-made safaris in small groups led by experienced guides capable of getting off the beaten track and ensuring authentic and privileged observation conditions. The top ? Combine with Kenya over 15 days. 

Gros plan de la tête d'un magnifique et puissant lion caché dans l'herbe sèche de la savane.
Magnifique léopard tacheté à l'affût en phase d'approche prêt à bondir sur sa proie.
The unavoidable

Serengeti National Park. The most famous of African national parks, land of the Massais, is home to all the wildlife species and hosts the largest migration of wild animals in the world.

Ngorongoro National Park. This huge crater offers such an exceptional ecosystem that it has the highest concentration of animals on the continent.It is one of the 7 wonders of Africa.

Tarangire National Park. The Tarangire River attracts all the local wildlife. With its baobabs and huge herds of elephants, it is an exceptional place to observe animal life in all its diversity.

Manyara Lake National Park. Nestled in the superb Rift Valley, this splendid park offers a variety of landscapes and ecosystems such as monkeys but also thousands of birds , hippos and pink flamingos around the lake.

Arusha National Park. Permanent habitat of the black and white colobus monkey and episodic pink flamingos, it is dominated by Mont Méru (4560 m) and offers an impressive range of landscapes (lakes, mountains, tropical forest). 

Off the beaten track

The number of exceptional reserves and parks in Tanzania is such that it is impossible to name them all. Here are two of particular interest.

Ruaha National Park. In the south of the country and difficult to access so little frequented, it is clearly one of the parks that concentrates the most animals in Tanzania, which is saying something! There are many species of antelope (Oryx, Koudou, antelope, etc.).

Selous Reserve.. Very little visited by tourists, this immense reserve classified by Unesco, is made up of varied landscapes (lakes, meadows, forests) which shelter, among others, wild dogs, hippos, crocs, birds, buffaloes and elephants, etc.)

Possible options

Fly over the Serengeti in a hot air balloon.

Visit the archipelago of Zanzibar. Paradise beaches, small fishing villages and unique and timeless cultural and historical heritage.

Trek on Mount Kilimanjaro After 4 to 6 days of ascent through landscapes as sumptuous as they are varied (savannah, tropical forest, glaciers, etc.), the roof of Africa offers you one of the most beautiful panoramas on the planet.

The unavoidable
  • Serengeti National Park. The most famous of African national parks, land of the Massais, is home to all the wildlife species and hosts the largest migration of wild animals in the world.
  • Ngorongoro National Park. This huge crater offers such an exceptional ecosystem that it has the highest concentration of animals on the continent.It is one of the 7 wonders of Africa.
  • Tarangire National Park. The Tarangire River attracts all the local wildlife. With its baobabs and huge herds of elephants, it is an exceptional place to observe animal life in all its diversity.
  • Manyara Lake National Park. Nestled in the superb Rift Valley, this splendid park offers a variety of landscapes and ecosystems such as monkeys but also thousands of birds , hippos and pink flamingos around the lake.
  • Arusha National Park. Permanent habitat of the black and white colobus monkey and episodic pink flamingos, it is dominated by Mont Méru (4560 m) and offers an impressive range of landscapes (lakes, mountains, tropical forest). 
Off the beaten track

The number of exceptional reserves and parks in Tanzania is such that it is impossible to name them all. Here are two of particular interest.

  • Ruaha National Park. In the south of the country and difficult to access so little frequented, it is clearly one of the parks that concentrates the most animals in Tanzania, which is saying something! There are many species of antelope (Oryx, Koudou, antelope, etc.).
  • Selous Reserve.. Very little visited by tourists, this immense reserve classified by Unesco, is made up of varied landscapes (lakes, meadows, forests) which shelter, among others, wild dogs, hippos, crocs, birds, buffaloes and elephants, etc.)
Possible options
  • Fly over the Serengeti in a hot air balloon.
  • Visit the archipelago of Zanzibar. Paradise beaches, small fishing villages and unique and timeless cultural and historical heritage.
  • Trek on Mount Kilimanjaro After 4 to 6 days of ascent through landscapes as sumptuous as they are varied (savannah, tropical forest, glaciers, etc.), the roof of Africa offers you one of the most beautiful panoramas on the planet.
The unavoidable

Serengeti National Park. The most famous of African national parks, land of the Massais, is home to all the wildlife species and hosts the largest migration of wild animals in the world.

Ngorongoro National Park. This huge crater offers such an exceptional ecosystem that it has the highest concentration of animals on the continent.It is one of the 7 wonders of Africa.

Tarangire National Park. The Tarangire River attracts all the local wildlife. With its baobabs and huge herds of elephants, it is an exceptional place to observe animal life in all its diversity.

Manyara Lake National Park. Nestled in the superb Rift Valley, this splendid park offers a variety of landscapes and ecosystems such as monkeys but also thousands of birds , hippos and pink flamingos around the lake.

Arusha National Park. Permanent habitat of the black and white colobus monkey and episodic pink flamingos, it is dominated by Mont Méru (4560 m) and offers an impressive range of landscapes (lakes, mountains, tropical forest). 

Off the beaten track

The number of exceptional reserves and parks in Tanzania is such that it is impossible to name them all. Here are two of particular interest.

Ruaha National Park. In the south of the country and difficult to access so little frequented, it is clearly one of the parks that concentrates the most animals in Tanzania, which is saying something! There are many species of antelope (Oryx, Koudou, antelope, etc.).

Selous Reserve.. Very little visited by tourists, this immense reserve classified by Unesco, is made up of varied landscapes (lakes, meadows, forests) which shelter, among others, wild dogs, hippos, crocs, birds, buffaloes and elephants, etc.)

Possible options

Fly over the Serengeti in a hot air balloon.

Visit the archipelago of Zanzibar. Paradise beaches, small fishing villages and unique and timeless cultural and historical heritage.

Trek on Mount Kilimanjaro After 4 to 6 days of ascent through landscapes as sumptuous as they are varied (savannah, tropical forest, glaciers, etc.), the roof of Africa offers you one of the most beautiful panoramas on the planet.

Safaris in South Africa

Safaris in South Africa

Destinations de safaris parmi les plus prisées,
c’est le pays qui offre les most modern logistical means (transports, hébergements, nourritures, parcs nationaux …….) for its discovery . Its wildlife includes toutes
les espèces les plus plébiscitées
and, like neighboring countries, it is home to a a breathtaking variety of landscapes and therefore, ecosystems (desert, mountainous, marshy, forest, maritime, savannah, bush, etc.) scattered throughout its vast territory. It is therefore necessary to make often difficult choices. 

From pure "self-drive" to the very luxurious safaris offered in the private reserves very specific of this country, everyone can explore it in their own way. With or without a guide, in the parks and/or off the beaten track, everything is possible provided you are very well organised.

One of the most popular safari destinations, it is the country that offers the most modern logistical means (transport, accommodation, food, national parks ..) for its discovery . Its wildlife includes all the most popular species and, like neighboring countries, it is home to a a breathtaking variety of landscapes and therefore, ecosystems (desert, mountainous, marshy, forest, maritime, savannah, bush, etc.) scattered throughout its vast territory. It is therefore necessary to make often difficult choices. 

From pure "self-drive" to the very luxurious safaris offered in the private reserves very specific of this country, everyone can explore it in their own way. With or without a guide, in the parks and/or off the beaten track, everything is possible provided you are very well organised.

Safaris in South Africa

One of the most popular safari destinations, it is the country that offers the most modern logistical means (transport, accommodation, food, national parks ..) for its discovery . Its wildlife includes all the most popular species and, like neighboring countries, it is home to a a breathtaking variety of landscapes and therefore, ecosystems (desert, mountainous, marshy, forest, maritime, savannah, bush, etc.) scattered throughout its vast territory. It is therefore necessary to make often difficult choices. 

From pure "self-drive" to the very luxurious safaris offered in the private reserves very specific of this country, everyone can explore it in their own way. With or without a guide, in the parks and/or off the beaten track, everything is possible provided you are very well organised.

One of the most popular safari destinations, it is the country that offers the most modern logistical means (transport, accommodation, food, national parks ..) for its discovery . Its wildlife includes all the most popular species and, like neighboring countries, it is home to a a breathtaking variety of landscapes and therefore, ecosystems (desert, mountainous, marshy, forest, maritime, savannah, bush, etc.) scattered throughout its vast territory. It is therefore necessary to make often difficult choices. 

From pure "self-drive" to the very luxurious safaris offered in the private reserves very specific of this country, everyone can explore it in their own way. With or without a guide, in the parks and/or off the beaten track, everything is possible provided you are very well organised.

The unavoidable

Kruger National Park (the largest, most famous and popular in the country thanks, in particular, to the large presence of the Big Five.)

The area of Waterberg Limpopo is home to some of the finest and richest animal reserves in Africa.

Sabi Sand Reserve near the Kruger. The most famous in the country thanks, among other things, to its exceptional population of leopard.

Timbavati Private Reserve north of the Kruger. Much wilder, it is home to rare whites lions.  

Isimangaliso Wetland Park in Kwaluzu Natal on the East coast. Of indescribable beauty, this park sheltering lakes, estuaries, rivers, forests and mangroves offers the possibility of observing the local fauna: buffaloes, lions, hippos or crocs via incredible boat safaris !

Off the beaten track

The region of Pafuri on the border with Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Wilder, therefore less frequented, and even more beautiful than South Kruger. Special mention for the breathtaking Makelele Private Reserve both in terms of fauna and flora. 

Tswalu Reserve in the Kahalari Desert near Botswana). It is home to endemic species, therefore unique, adapted to the desert (black-maned Kalahari lions, cheetahs, black rhinos, "bat" foxes, oryx ..)

Madikwe Private Reserve on the Botswana border : exceptional wildlife density ! (Big Five, cheetahs, wild dogs, hyenas, giraffes, antelopes...and hundreds of bird species. 

Possible options

Trail of 4 days - 3 nights in total immersion in the bush without vehicle or telephone accompanied by professional rangers. 

Hippo-crocodile cruise in Saint Lucia in Kwazulu Natal on the East Coast.

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Reserve. The oldest reserve in Africa, it literally saved the white rhino from total extinction. Its population has increased to several thousand individuals and today coexists with its black cousin, also in danger, and the Big Five.

The unavoidable
  • Kruger National Park (the largest, most famous and popular in the country thanks, in particular, to the large presence of the Big Five.)
  • The area of Waterberg Limpopo is home to some of the finest and richest animal reserves in Africa.
  • Sabi Sand Reserve near the Kruger. The most famous in the country thanks, among other things, to its exceptional population of leopard.
  • Timbavati Private Reserve north of the Kruger. Much wilder, it is home to rare whites lions.  
  • Isimangaliso Wetland Park in Kwaluzu Natal on the East coast. Of indescribable beauty, this park sheltering lakes, estuaries, rivers, forests and mangroves offers the possibility of observing the local fauna: buffaloes, lions, hippos or crocs via incredible boat safaris !
Off the beaten track
  • The region of Pafuri on the border with Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Wilder, therefore less frequented, and even more beautiful than South Kruger. Special mention for the breathtaking Makelele Private Reserve both in terms of fauna and flora. 
  • Tswalu Reserve in the Kahalari Desert near Botswana). It is home to endemic species, therefore unique, adapted to the desert (black-maned Kalahari lions, cheetahs, black rhinos, "bat" foxes, oryx ..)
  • Madikwe Private Reserve on the Botswana border : exceptional wildlife density ! (Big Five, cheetahs, wild dogs, hyenas, giraffes, antelopes...and hundreds of bird species. 
Possible options
  • Trail of 4 days - 3 nights in total immersion in the bush without vehicle or telephone accompanied by professional rangers. 
  • Hippo-crocodile cruise in Saint Lucia in Kwazulu Natal on the East Coast.
  • Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Reserve. The oldest reserve in Africa, it literally saved the white rhino from total extinction. Its population has increased to several thousand individuals and today coexists with its black cousin, also in danger, and the Big Five.

The unavoidable
  • Kruger National Park (the largest, most famous and popular in the country thanks, in particular, to the large presence of the Big Five.)
  • The area of Waterberg Limpopo is home to some of the finest and richest animal reserves in Africa.
  • Sabi Sand Reserve near the Kruger. The most famous in the country thanks, among other things, to its exceptional population of leopard.
  • Timbavati Private Reserve north of the Kruger. Much wilder, it is home to rare whites lions.  
  • Isimangaliso Wetland Park in Kwaluzu Natal on the East coast. Of indescribable beauty, this park sheltering lakes, estuaries, rivers, forests and mangroves offers the possibility of observing the local fauna: buffaloes, lions, hippos or crocs via incredible boat safaris !
Off the beaten track

The region of Pafuri on the border with Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Wilder, therefore less frequented, and even more beautiful than South Kruger. Special mention for the breathtaking Makelele Private Reserve both in terms of fauna and flora. 

Tswalu Reserve in the Kahalari Desert near Botswana). It is home to endemic species, therefore unique, adapted to the desert (black-maned Kalahari lions, cheetahs, black rhinos, "bat" foxes, oryx ..)

Madikwe Private Reserve on the Botswana border : exceptional wildlife density ! (Big Five, cheetahs, wild dogs, hyenas, giraffes, antelopes...and hundreds of bird species. 

Possible options

Trail of 4 days - 3 nights in total immersion in the bush without vehicle or telephone accompanied by professional rangers. 

Hippo-crocodile cruise in Saint Lucia in Kwazulu Natal on the East Coast.

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Reserve. The oldest reserve in Africa, it literally saved the white rhino from total extinction. Its population has increased to several thousand individuals and today coexists with its black cousin, also in danger, and the Big Five.

Safaris in Zimbabwe

Safaris in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe offers the very enviable singularity of being relatively unfrequented by tourists because of its poor economic, political and health reputation. It is therefore a safari destination that offers privileged conditions for discovery and observation. This is a very big advantage, especially since the road and accommodation infrastructures are, like the various tourist service providers, perfectly up to it. 

In terms of wildlife and natural parks, Zimbabwe has nothing to envy its neighbours. Its territory regorge de sites exceptionnels très différents such as, among others, Victoria Falls the Hwange National Park, the Mana Pools National Park or the Kariba Lake and is home to sometimes rare animal species such as the Black rhino. Some parks are more famous than others but all really deserve to be visited.

Zimbabwe offers the very enviable singularity of being relatively unfrequented by tourists because of its poor economic, political and health reputation. It is therefore a safari destination that offers privileged conditions for discovery and observation. This is a very big advantage, especially since the road and accommodation infrastructures are, like the various tourist service providers, perfectly up to it. 

In terms of wildlife and natural parks, Zimbabwe has nothing to envy its neighbours. Its territory is full of very varied exceptional sites such as, among others, Victoria Falls the Hwange National Park, the Mana Pools National Park or the Kariba Lake and is home to sometimes rare animal species such as the Black rhino. Some parks are more famous than others but all really deserve to be visited.

Safaris in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe offers the very enviable singularity of being relatively unfrequented by tourists because of its poor economic, political and health reputation. It is therefore a safari destination that offers privileged conditions for discovery and observation. This is a very big advantage, especially since the road and accommodation infrastructures are, like the various tourist service providers, perfectly up to it. 

In terms of wildlife and natural parks, Zimbabwe has nothing to envy its neighbours. Its territory regorge de sites exceptionnels très différents such as, among others, Victoria Falls the Hwange National Park, the Mana Pools National Park or the Kariba Lake and is home to sometimes rare animal species such as the Black rhino. Some parks are more famous than others but all really deserve to be visited.

Zimbabwe offers the very enviable singularity of being relatively unfrequented by tourists because of its poor economic, political and health reputation. It is therefore a safari destination that offers privileged conditions for discovery and observation. This is a very big advantage, especially since the road and accommodation infrastructures are, like the various tourist service providers, perfectly up to it. 

In terms of wildlife and natural parks, Zimbabwe has nothing to envy its neighbours. Its territory is full of very varied exceptional sites such as, among others, Victoria Falls the Hwange National Park, the Mana Pools National Park or the Kariba Lake and is home to sometimes rare animal species such as the Black rhino. Some parks are more famous than others but all really deserve to be visited.

Gros plan de la tête d'une magnifique lionne au regard perçant.
The unavoidable

Victoria Falls. One of the most fascinating and spectacular sites on the planet.

Mana Pools National Park. Situé sur la rive Sud du Zambèze et formé de 4 lacs nourris par le fleuve, ce parc regorge d'espèces animales "aquatiques" (aviphone) comme les hippos et les crocos mais aussi de grands félins (lions, guépards, léopards) et de gros mammifères (buffles, éléphants).

Hwange National Park. This magnificent park, as photogenic as it is acclaimed, is one of the very few places to come across the now archi-protected black rhino. It is, of course, home to dozens of other mammals in one of Zimbabwe's finest Noah's Arks.

Kariba Lake. Cet immense lac artificiel créé dans les années 50 suite à l'édification d'un immense barrage sur le Zambèze a accouché du Matusadona National Park. La diversité de ses sites (rivages fluviaux, brousse et parties boisées) a rapidement favorisé l'apparition d'une faune très variée.

Off the beaten track

Matobo Hills National Park.

Possible options

Cruise on the Zambezi near Niagara Falls between crocodiles and hippos.

Bungee Jump (111m) from the Victoria Falls Bridge.

Walking safari in the Mana Pools park.

Canoe trip on the Zambezi.

Fishing trip and cruise on the Kariba Lake.

Great Zimbabwe Monument.

The unavoidable

Victoria Falls. One of the most fascinating and spectacular sites on the planet.

Mana Pools National Park. Located on the south bank of the Zambezi and made up of 4 lakes fed by the river, this park is full of "aquatic" animal species such as hippos and crocs, but also big cats (lions, cheetahs, leopards) and large mammals ( buffaloes, elephants).

Hwange National Park. This magnificent park, as photogenic as it is acclaimed, is one of the very few places to come across the now archi-protected black rhino. It is, of course, home to dozens of other mammals in one of Zimbabwe's finest Noah's Arks.

Kariba Lake. This huge artificial lake created in the 1950s following the construction of a huge dam on the Zambezi gave birth to the Matusadona National Park. The diversity of its sites (river shores, bush and wooded areas) quickly favored the appearance of a very varied fauna.

Off the beaten track

Matobo Hills National Park

Possible options

Cruise on the Zambezi near Niagara Falls between crocodiles and hippos.

Bungee Jump (111m) from the Victoria Falls Bridge.

Walking safari in the Mana Pools park.

Canoe trip on the Zambezi.

Fishing trip and cruise on the Kariba Lake.

Great Zimbabwe Monument.

The unavoidable

Victoria Falls. One of the most fascinating and spectacular sites on the planet.

Mana Pools National Park. Located on the south bank of the Zambezi and made up of 4 lakes fed by the river, this park is full of "aquatic" animal species such as hippos and crocs, but also big cats (lions, cheetahs, leopards) and large mammals ( buffaloes, elephants).

Hwange National Park. This magnificent park, as photogenic as it is acclaimed, is one of the very few places to come across the now archi-protected black rhino. It is, of course, home to dozens of other mammals in one of Zimbabwe's finest Noah's Arks.

Kariba Lake. This huge artificial lake created in the 1950s following the construction of a huge dam on the Zambezi gave birth to the Matusadona National Park. The diversity of its sites (river shores, bush and wooded areas) quickly favored the appearance of a very varied fauna.

Off the beaten track
  • Matobo Hills National Park
Possible options
  • Cruise on the Zambezi near Niagara Falls between crocodiles and hippos.
  • Bungee Jump (111m) from the Victoria Falls Bridge.
  • Walking safari in the Mana Pools park.
  • Canoe trip on the Zambezi.
  • Fishing trip and cruise on the Kariba Lake.
  • Great Zimbabwe Monument.

Safari in Boswana

Safari in Boswana

Botswana has the reputation of being considered the best safari destination in Africa. It offers its visitors the opportunity not only to see and observe Africa but to feel itsdeep essence. How ? By drastically limiting the number of visitors via a policy exclusively focused on luxury tourism. This small country of 2 million inhabitants, nicknamed the African miracle, is a real Eden as it allows activities in total connection with its wild nature, has decided to protect its treasures. 

On foot, by Jeep, by local canoe and in the camps, everything is organized there to be permanently close to the animals..
In addition to being home to the largest concentration of elephants in Africa.it also hosts the largest migration of zebras in the world. Wildlife, present in its entirety, can be observed in particular in the famous and immense Okavengo delta or in the Chobe National Park but also in many other ecosystems that are both unique and experiences.

Botswana has the reputation of being considered the best safari destination in Africa. It offers its visitors the opportunity not only to see and observe Africa but to feel its deep essence. How ? By drastically limiting the number of visitors via a policy exclusively focused on luxury tourism. This small country of 2 million inhabitants, nicknamed African miracle, is a real Eden as it allows activities in total connection with its wild nature decided to protect its treasures. 

On foot, by Jeep, by local canoe and in the camps, everything is organized there to be permanently close to the animals..
In addition to being home to the largest concentration of elephants in Africa.it also hosts the largest migration of zebras in the world. Wildlife, present in its entirety, can be observed in particular in the famous and immense Okavengo delta or in the Chobe National Park but also in many other ecosystems that are both unique and experiences.

Safari in Boswana

Botswana has the reputation of being considered the best safari destination in Africa. It offers its visitors the opportunity not only to see and observe Africa but to feel its deep essence. How ? By drastically limiting the number of visitors via a policy exclusively focused on luxury tourism. This small country of 2 million inhabitants, nicknamed African miracle, is a real Eden as it allows activities in total connection with its wild nature decided to protect its treasures. 

On foot, by Jeep, by local canoe and in the camps, everything is organized there to be permanently close to the animals..
In addition to being home to the largest concentration of elephants in Africa.it also hosts the largest migration of zebras in the world. Wildlife, present in its entirety, can be observed in particular in the famous and immense Okavengo delta or in the Chobe National Park but also in many other ecosystems that are both unique and experiences.

Botswana has the reputation of being considered the best safari destination in Africa. It offers its visitors the opportunity not only to see and observe Africa but to feel its deep essence. How ? By drastically limiting the number of visitors via a policy exclusively focused on luxury tourism. This small country of 2 million inhabitants, nicknamed African miracle, is a real Eden as it allows activities in total connection with its wild nature decided to protect its treasures. 

On foot, by Jeep, by local canoe and in the camps, everything is organized there to be permanently close to the animals..
In addition to being home to the largest concentration of elephants in Africa.it also hosts the largest migration of zebras in the world. Wildlife, present in its entirety, can be observed in particular in the famous and immense Okavengo delta or in the Chobe National Park but also in many other ecosystems that are both unique and experiences.

The unavoidable

The Okavongo Delta. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the most beautiful and fascinating places on our planet. This river without a mouth is home to an exceptional ecosystem that varies with the seasons. A true paradise for wildlife, it is home to species linked to the aquatic environment (hippos, crocs, birds, etc.) during high water. 

Moremi Game Reserve. Near the delta, one of the most beautiful and select reserves in the country. A must in Botswana. 

Chobe National Park. Renowned for its very large population of African elephants, it is home to almost all species of African wildlife as its landscapes and ecosystems are numerous and varied. A concentrate of Africa in all its splendour !

Off the beaten track

Makgadikgadi Pans National Park and Nxai Pans National Park. With its marshy areas full of nutrients, and its vast wet meadows, these two parks offer very singular landscapes favorable to the development of a fauna that is both rich and very varied.

Kalahari Central Reserve. The famous and terrible bushman desert is home to many species perfectly adapted to this hostile environment (Oryx, meerkats, springboks, ostriches, giraffes, cheetahs, large desert lions, black hyenas...). There are also elephants, buffaloes and zebras during the the rainy season.

Possible options

Safari in local canoe or Motorboat in the Okavongo Delta.

Walking safari or boat in the Savuti.

Safari cruise on the Chobe River..

The unavoidable

The Okavongo Delta. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the most beautiful and fascinating places on our planet. This river without a mouth is home to an exceptional ecosystem that varies with the seasons. A true paradise for wildlife, it is home to species linked to the aquatic environment (hippos, crocs, birds, etc.) during high water. 

Moremi Game Reserve. Near the delta, one of the most beautiful and select reserves in the country. A must in Botswana. 

Chobe National Park. Renowned for its very large population of African elephants, it is home to almost all species of African wildlife as its landscapes and ecosystems are numerous and varied. A concentrate of Africa in all its splendour !

Off the beaten track

Makgadikgadi Pans National Park and Nxai Pans National Park. With its marshy areas full of nutrients, and its vast wet meadows, these two parks offer very singular landscapes favorable to the development of a fauna that is both rich and very varied.

Kalahari Central Reserve. The famous and terrible bushman desert is home to many species perfectly adapted to this hostile environment (Oryx, meerkats, springboks, ostriches, giraffes, cheetahs, large desert lions, black hyenas...). There are also elephants, buffaloes and zebras during the the rainy season.

Possible options

Safari in local canoe or Motorboat in the Okavongo Delta.

Walking safari or boat in the Savuti.

Safari cruise on the Chobe River..

The unavoidable
  • The Okavongo Delta. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the most beautiful and fascinating places on our planet. This river without a mouth is home to an exceptional ecosystem that varies with the seasons. A true paradise for wildlife, it is home to species linked to the aquatic environment (hippos, crocs, birds, etc.) during high water. 
  • Moremi Game Reserve. Near the delta, one of the most beautiful and select reserves in the country. A must in Botswana. 
  • Chobe National Park. Renowned for its very large population of African elephants, it is home to almost all species of African wildlife as its landscapes and ecosystems are numerous and varied. A concentrate of Africa in all its splendour !
Off the beaten track
  • Makgadikgadi Pans National Park and Nxai Pans National Park. With its marshy areas full of nutrients, and its vast wet meadows, these two parks offer very singular landscapes favorable to the development of a fauna that is both rich and very varied.
  • Kalahari Central Reserve. The famous and terrible bushman desert is home to many species perfectly adapted to this hostile environment (Oryx, meerkats, springboks, ostriches, giraffes, cheetahs, large desert lions, black hyenas...). There are also elephants, buffaloes and zebras during the the rainy season.
Possible options
  • Safari in local canoe or Motorboat in the Okavongo Delta.
  • Walking safari or boat in the Savuti.
  • Safari cruise on the Chobe River..

Safaris in Namibia

Safaris in Namibia

On the budget side, Namibia offers the most affordable safaris in Southern Africa. You can organize your own discovery tour in a 4X4 in complete freedom (with or without a guide). Protected from mass tourism, the discovery conditions are exceptional, as are the infrastructures and the level of security (family safaris).

On the natural side, Namibia offers one of the greatest diversity of landscapes in Africa arid deserts, deep canyons, huge red dunes, rocky bushes, vast plateaus, wild and preserved maritime coast, petrified forest, vertiginous cliffs, mountainous areas, huge lakes… The density of wildlife is a little lower than elsewhere but the Big Five is there and the many splendid national parks are also home to springboks, giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, sitatungas (antelopes), wildebeest, flamingos, and the rare Black rhino.

Safaris in Namibia

On the budget side, Namibia offers the most affordable safaris in Southern Africa. You can organize your own discovery tour in a 4X4 in complete freedom (with or without a guide). Protected from mass tourism, the discovery conditions are exceptional, as are the infrastructures and the level of security (family safaris).

On the natural side, Namibia offers one of the greatest diversity of landscapes in Africa arid deserts, deep canyons, huge red dunes, rocky bushes, vast plateaus, wild and preserved maritime coast, petrified forest, vertiginous cliffs, mountainous areas, huge lakes… The density of wildlife is a little lower than elsewhere but the Big Five is there and the many splendid national parks are also home to springboks, giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, sitatungas (antelopes), wildebeest, flamingos, and the rare Black rhino.

Superbe léopard tâcheté en position allongé faisant le guet.
Magnifique et majestueux rhinocéros marchant seul dans la savane.
The unavoidable

Etosha National Park. In the north of the country, it is, rightly, the busiest. It is home to 4 of the big five (not the buffalo) and thousands of pink flamingos.

Sosslusvlei. Incredible landscapes of huge and superb red sand dunes. THE must-see spot!

The Damaraland. A real postcard from Namibia, this superb mineral and arid region composed of rough and rocky landscapes is home to rare and/or endangered species (black rhinos, desert lions, desert elephants, impalas, etc.)

Namib-naukluft National Park. The Namib Desert , the oldest in the world, is home to an impressive number of major sites to discover (Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, Seriem Canyon...) as well as typical wildlife (desert lions and elephants, ostrich, springboks...).

Off the beaten track

The area of Waterberg .Plateau overlooking the desert. There are rare species: black antelope, roan antelope, eland, black rhino, hyena but also predators such as the leopard or the cheetah. 

The Caprivi Strip. In the northwest of the country, it is the wettest region of the country. It is home to several reserves where large mammals live together : buffaloes, elephants, zebras, lions, wild dogs, wildebeest, giraffes, hippos...

Kalahari Desert Safaris in the Kalahari are usually done in Botswana but the Namibian part is worth the detour because, apart from the unique landscapes it offers, it is home to the same wildlife, including large desert lions, pangolins, rare brown hyenas, giraffes, elephants and many cheetahs

Possible options

In the Namib Desert :

Seriem Canyon. This small canyon offers, thanks to the river which crosses it, the opportunity to swim in the middle of the desert !

Deadvlei. This archi-arid and timeless place offers a kaleidoscope of natural colors unique in the world. Immaculate white mineral soil, red dunes, deep blue sky and thousand-year-old petrified “coal black” tree trunks! Mind-blowing !

Flight over the Namib Desert and Sossusvlei in a hot air balloon or plane.

Other options :

Fish River. The 2nd largest canyon in the world after the Grand Canyon. Grand !

Cruise  to Sandwich Harbour. (dolphins, sea lions, flamingos, whales).

Cape Cross (Skeleton Coast). You can see thousands of Cape sea lions here.

The unavoidable

Etosha National Park. In the north of the country, it is, rightly, the busiest. It is home to 4 of the big five (not the buffalo) and thousands of pink flamingos.

Sosslusvlei. Incredible landscapes of huge and superb red sand dunes. THE must-see spot!

The Damaraland. A real postcard from Namibia, this superb mineral and arid region composed of rough and rocky landscapes is home to rare and/or endangered species (black rhinos, desert lions, desert elephants, impalas, etc.)

Namib-naukluft National Park. The Namib Desert , the oldest in the world, is home to an impressive number of major sites to discover (Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, Seriem Canyon...) as well as typical wildlife (desert lions and elephants, ostrich, springboks...).

Off the beaten track

The area of Waterberg .Plateau overlooking the desert. There are rare species: black antelope, roan antelope, eland, black rhino, hyena but also predators such as the leopard or the cheetah. 

The Caprivi Strip. In the northwest of the country, it is the wettest region of the country. It is home to several reserves where large mammals live together : buffaloes, elephants, zebras, lions, wild dogs, wildebeest, giraffes, hippos...

Kalahari Desert Safaris in the Kalahari are usually done in Botswana but the Namibian part is worth the detour because, apart from the unique landscapes it offers, it is home to the same wildlife, including large desert lions, pangolins, rare brown hyenas, giraffes, elephants and many cheetahs

Possible options

In the Namib Desert :

Seriem Canyon. This small canyon offers, thanks to the river which crosses it, the opportunity to swim in the middle of the desert !

Deadvlei. This archi-arid and timeless place offers a kaleidoscope of natural colors unique in the world. Immaculate white mineral soil, red dunes, deep blue sky and thousand-year-old petrified “coal black” tree trunks! Mind-blowing !

Flight over the Namib Desert and Sossusvlei in a hot air balloon or plane.

Other options :

Fish River. The 2nd largest canyon in the world after the Grand Canyon. Grand !

Cruise  to Sandwich Harbour. (dolphins, sea lions, flamingos, whales).

Cape Cross (Skeleton Coast). You can see thousands of Cape sea lions here.

The unavoidable
  • Etosha National Park. In the north of the country, it is, rightly, the busiest. It is home to 4 of the big five (not the buffalo) and thousands of pink flamingos.
  • Sosslusvlei. Incredible landscapes of huge and superb red sand dunes. THE must-see spot!
  • The Damaraland. A real postcard from Namibia, this superb mineral and arid region composed of rough and rocky landscapes is home to rare and/or endangered species (black rhinos, desert lions, desert elephants, impalas, etc.)
  • Namib-naukluft National Park. The Namib Desert , the oldest in the world, is home to an impressive number of major sites to discover (Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, Seriem Canyon...) as well as typical wildlife (desert lions and elephants, ostrich, springboks...).
Off the beaten track
  • The area of Waterberg .Plateau overlooking the desert. There are rare species: black antelope, roan antelope, eland, black rhino, hyena but also predators such as the leopard or the cheetah. 
  • The Caprivi Strip. In the northwest of the country, it is the wettest region of the country. It is home to several reserves where large mammals live together : buffaloes, elephants, zebras, lions, wild dogs, wildebeest, giraffes, hippos...
  • Kalahari Desert Safaris in the Kalahari are usually done in Botswana but the Namibian part is worth the detour because, apart from the unique landscapes it offers, it is home to the same wildlife, including large desert lions, pangolins, rare brown hyenas, giraffes, elephants and many cheetahs
Possible options

In the Namib Desert :

  • Seriem Canyon. This small canyon offers, thanks to the river which crosses it, the opportunity to swim in the middle of the desert !
  • Deadvlei. This archi-arid and timeless place offers a kaleidoscope of natural colors unique in the world. Immaculate white mineral soil, red dunes, deep blue sky and thousand-year-old petrified “coal black” tree trunks! Mind-blowing !
  • Flight over the Namib Desert and Sossusvlei in a hot air balloon or plane.

Other options :

  • Fish River. The 2nd largest canyon in the world after the Grand Canyon. Grand !
  • Cruise  to Sandwich Harbour. (dolphins, sea lions, flamingos, whales).
  • Cape Cross  (Skeleton Coast). You can see thousands of Cape sea lions here.

Safaris in Zambia

Safaris in Zambia

Zambia is probably the hidden pearl of Africa when considering a safari. Immense, wild and magnificent, it's hard to get around as the transport infrastructure is so rare and obsolete. With tourism development still in its infancy, Zambia allows a completely different approach to nature and wildlife less accustomed to seeing people. The discovery of its many treasures is like a real adventure because they are scattered throughout the territory. 

Felines, less numerous here, have made it a paradise for walking safaris. On peut aussi slalomer entre les hippos sur le Zambèze, go on a night safari in search of leopards or explore the savannah on horseback as close as possible to rhinos and elephants. Zambia is therefore a destination that has to be earned but which offers almost incomparable observation and immersion experiences.. Alors qu’ailleurs sortir des sentiers battus semble parfois nécessaire, ici, la présence humaine est plutôt recherchée ! 

Zambia is probably the hidden pearl of Africa when considering a safari. Immense, wild and magnificent, it's hard to get around as the transport infrastructure is so rare and obsolete. With tourism development still in its infancy, Zambia allows a completely different approach to nature and wildlife less accustomed to seeing people. The discovery of its many treasures is like a real adventure because they are scattered throughout the territory. 

Felines, less numerous here, have made it a paradise for walking safaris. You can also " slalom " between the hippos on the Zambezi, go on a night safari in search of leopards or explore the savannah on horseback as close as possible to rhinos and elephants. Zambia is therefore a destination that has to be earned but which offers almost incomparable observation and immersion experiences.While elsewhere getting off the beaten track sometimes seems necessary, here it is the human presence that we are looking for ! 

Safaris in Zambia

Zambia is probably the hidden pearl of Africa when considering a safari. Immense, wild and magnificent, it's hard to get around as the transport infrastructure is so rare and obsolete. With tourism development still in its infancy, Zambia allows a completely different approach to nature and wildlife less accustomed to seeing people. The discovery of its many treasures is like a real adventure because they are scattered throughout the territory. 

Felines, less numerous here, have made it a paradise for walking safaris. You can also " slalom " between the hippos on the Zambezi, go on a night safari in search of leopards or explore the savannah on horseback as close as possible to rhinos and elephants. Zambia is therefore a destination that has to be earned but which offers almost incomparable observation and immersion experiences.While elsewhere getting off the beaten track sometimes seems necessary, here it is the human presence that we are looking for ! 

Zambia is probably the hidden pearl of Africa when considering a safari. Immense, wild and magnificent, it's hard to get around as the transport infrastructure is so rare and obsolete. With tourism development still in its infancy, Zambia allows a completely different approach to nature and wildlife less accustomed to seeing people. The discovery of its many treasures is like a real adventure because they are scattered throughout the territory. 

Felines, less numerous here, have made it a paradise for walking safaris. You can also " slalom " between the hippos on the Zambezi, go on a night safari in search of leopards or explore the savannah on horseback as close as possible to rhinos and elephants. Zambia is therefore a destination that has to be earned but which offers almost incomparable observation and immersion experiences.While elsewhere getting off the beaten track sometimes seems necessary, here it is the human presence that we are looking for ! 

Tête d'éléphant mâle en gros plan surgissant de la végétation
Léopard adulte tâcheté en chasse dans la savane.
The unavoidable

Victoria Falls. An essential step at the end or the beginning of Safari.

Lower Zambezi National Park. As its name suggests, it is home to part of the Zambezi River which separates it from the famous nature reserve of Mana Pools in neighboring Zimbabwe. We therefore find there almost all wildlife and wild aviphone from Southern Africa (with the notable exception of the black rhinoceros decimated by poachers.)

South Luangwa National Park. The first walking safaris of Africa were created here. His many ecosystems (river basins, woodlands, plains, hills and forests) attract a exceptional variety of animals (hippos, felines, giraffes, wading elephants, baboons...).

Kafue et Busanga National Park. The largest park in Africa, crossed by 3 major rivers, attracts a varied aviphone (hippos, crocs, waders ..) as well as all wildlife. In particular, it is home to much rarer species to observe
(black antelopes, sitatuga antelopes, wild dogs, waterbuck, serval ...).

Off the beaten track

Busanga Plains. This part of Kafue National Park, a little less accessible, is made up, once the rainy season is over, of huge grassy plains. An ideal ecosystem for the vast majority of mammals (herbivores as predators). It sometimes feels like the Serengeti.

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Completely extirpated from Zambia due to poaching, the black rhinoceros was reintroduced to the park a few years ago.

Liuwa Plains National Park. During the rainy season, when the Zambezi overflows, a 40 km wide vast delta composed of marshes, expanses of reeds and small islets is formed in the west of the country. More than 30,000 blue wildebeest come to take refuge there. Many other species also make their home in this amazing and beautiful ecosystem (waterbuck antelopes, zebras, elands, buffaloes, hyenas, wild dogs, cheetahs and a few rare reintroduced lions).

Possible options

Walking safaris especially in the South Luangwa Park. An intense and unforgettable experience.

Boat and canoe safaris on the Zambezi River and the rivers of the main national parks. An absolute must !

Night game drives especially in the South Luangwa National Park for leopard watching.

The unavoidable

Victoria Falls. An essential step at the end or the beginning of Safari.

Lower Zambezi National Park. As its name suggests, it is home to part of the Zambezi River which separates it from the famous nature reserve of Mana Pools in neighboring Zimbabwe. We therefore find there almost all wildlife and wild aviphone from Southern Africa (with the notable exception of the black rhinoceros decimated by poachers.)

South Luangwa National Park. The first walking safaris of Africa were created here. His many ecosystems (river basins, woodlands, plains, hills and forests) attract a exceptional variety of animals (hippos, felines, giraffes, wading elephants, baboons...).

Kafue et Busanga National Park. The largest park in Africa, crossed by 3 major rivers, attracts a varied aviphone (hippos, crocs, waders ..) as well as all wildlife. In particular, it is home to much rarer species to observe
(black antelopes, sitatuga antelopes, wild dogs, waterbuck, serval ...).

Off the beaten track

Busanga Plains. This part of Kafue National Park, a little less accessible, consists, once the rainy season is over, of huge grassy plains. An ideal ecosystem for the vast majority of mammals (herbivores as predators). It sometimes feels like the Serengeti.

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Completely extirpated from Zambia due to poaching, the black rhinoceros was reintroduced to the park a few years ago.

Liuwa Plains National Park. During the rainy season, when the Zambezi overflows, a 40 km wide vast delta composed of marshes, expanses of reeds and small islets is formed in the west of the country. More than 30,000 blue wildebeest come to take refuge there. Many other species also make their home in this amazing and beautiful ecosystem (waterbuck antelopes, zebras, elands, buffaloes, hyenas, wild dogs, cheetahs and a few rare reintroduced lions).

Possible options

Walking safaris especially in the South Luangwa Park. An intense and unforgettable experience.

Boat and canoe safaris on the Zambezi River and the rivers of the main national parks. An absolute must !

Night game drives especially in the South Luangwa National Park for leopard watching.

The unavoidable
  • Victoria Falls. An essential step at the end or the beginning of Safari.
  • Lower Zambezi National Park. As its name suggests, it is home to part of the Zambezi River which separates it from the famous nature reserve of Mana Pools in neighboring Zimbabwe. We therefore find there almost all wildlife and wild aviphone from Southern Africa (with the notable exception of the black rhinoceros decimated by poachers.)
  • South Luangwa National Park. The first walking safaris of Africa were created here. His many ecosystems (river basins, woodlands, plains, hills and forests) attract a exceptional variety of animals (hippos, felines, giraffes, wading elephants, baboons...).
  • Kafue et Busanga National Park. The largest park in Africa, crossed by 3 major rivers, attracts a varied aviphone (hippos, crocs, waders ..) as well as all wildlife. In particular, it is home to much rarer species to observe
    (black antelopes, sitatuga antelopes, wild dogs, waterbuck, serval ...).
Off the beaten track
  • Busanga Plains. This part of Kafue National Park, a little less accessible, is made up, once the rainy season is over, of huge grassy plains. An ideal ecosystem for the vast majority of mammals (herbivores as predators). It sometimes feels like the Serengeti.
  • Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Completely extirpated from Zambia due to poaching, the black rhinoceros was reintroduced to the park a few years ago.
  • Liuwa Plains National Park. During the rainy season, when the Zambezi overflows, a 40 km wide vast delta composed of marshes, expanses of reeds and small islets is formed in the west of the country. More than 30,000 blue wildebeest come to take refuge there. Many other species also make their home in this amazing and beautiful ecosystem (waterbuck antelopes, zebras, elands, buffaloes, hyenas, wild dogs, cheetahs and a few rare reintroduced lions).
Possible options
  • Walking safaris especially in the South Luangwa Park. An intense and unforgettable experience.
  • Boat and canoe safaris on the Zambezi River and the rivers of the main national parks. An absolute must !
  • Night game drives especially in the South Luangwa National Park for leopard watching.

Safaris au Zimbabwe*

Safaris au Zimbabwe*

*soon

Safaris in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe offers the very enviable singularity of being relatively unfrequented by tourists because of its poor economic, political and health reputation. It is therefore a safari destination that offers privileged conditions for discovery and observation. This is a very big advantage, especially since the road and accommodation infrastructures are, like the various tourist service providers, perfectly up to it. 

In terms of wildlife and natural parks, Zimbabwe has nothing to envy its neighbours. Its territory regorge de sites exceptionnels très différents such as, among others, Victoria Falls the Hwange National Park, the Mana Pools National Park or the Kariba Lake and is home to sometimes rare animal species such as the Black rhino. Some parks are more famous than others but all really deserve to be visited.

Zimbabwe offers the very enviable singularity of being relatively unfrequented by tourists because of its poor economic, political and health reputation. It is therefore a safari destination that offers privileged conditions for discovery and observation. This is a very big advantage, especially since the road and accommodation infrastructures are, like the various tourist service providers, perfectly up to it. 

In terms of wildlife and natural parks, Zimbabwe has nothing to envy its neighbours. Its territory is full of very varied exceptional sites such as, among others, Victoria Falls the Hwange National Park, the Mana Pools National Park or the Kariba Lake and is home to sometimes rare animal species such as the Black rhino. Some parks are more famous than others but all really deserve to be visited.

*soon

Safaris in Zimbabwe *

Zimbabwe offers the very enviable singularity of being relatively unfrequented by tourists because of its poor economic, political and health reputation. It is therefore a safari destination that offers privileged conditions for discovery and observation. This is a very big advantage, especially since the road and accommodation infrastructures are, like the various tourist service providers, perfectly up to it. 

In terms of wildlife and natural parks, Zimbabwe has nothing to envy its neighbours. Its territory is full of very varied exceptional sites such as, among others, Victoria Falls the Hwange National Park, the Mana Pools National Park or the Kariba Lake and is home to sometimes rare animal species such as the Black rhino. Some parks are more famous than others but all really deserve to be visited.

Zimbabwe offers the very enviable singularity of being relatively unfrequented by tourists because of its poor economic, political and health reputation. It is therefore a safari destination that offers privileged conditions for discovery and observation. This is a very big advantage, especially since the road and accommodation infrastructures are, like the various tourist service providers, perfectly up to it. 

In terms of wildlife and natural parks, Zimbabwe has nothing to envy its neighbours. Its territory is full of very varied exceptional sites such as, among others, Victoria Falls the Hwange National Park, the Mana Pools National Park or the Kariba Lake and is home to sometimes rare animal species such as the Black rhino. Some parks are more famous than others but all really deserve to be visited.

Gros plan de la tête d'une magnifique lionne au regard perçant.
The unavoidable

Victoria Falls. One of the most fascinating and spectacular sites on the planet.

Mana Pools National Park. Located on the south bank of the Zambezi and made up of 4 lakes fed by the river, this park is full of "aquatic" animal species such as hippos and crocs, but also big cats (lions, cheetahs, leopards) and large mammals ( buffaloes, elephants).

Hwange National Park. This magnificent park, as photogenic as it is acclaimed, is one of the very few places to come across the now archi-protected black rhino. It is, of course, home to dozens of other mammals in one of Zimbabwe's finest Noah's Arks.

Kariba Lake. This huge artificial lake created in the 1950s following the construction of a huge dam on the Zambezi gave birth to the Matusadona National Park. The diversity of its sites (river shores, bush and wooded areas) quickly favored the appearance of a very varied fauna.

Off the beaten track

Matobo Hills National Park.

Possible options

Cruise on the Zambezi near Niagara Falls between crocodiles and hippos.

Bungee Jump (111m) from the Victoria Falls Bridge.

Walking safari in the Mana Pools park.

Canoe trip on the Zambezi.

Fishing trip and cruise on the Kariba Lake.

Great Zimbabwe Monument.

The unavoidable

Victoria Falls. One of the most fascinating and spectacular sites on the planet.

Mana Pools National Park. Located on the south bank of the Zambezi and made up of 4 lakes fed by the river, this park is full of "aquatic" animal species such as hippos and crocs, but also big cats (lions, cheetahs, leopards) and large mammals ( buffaloes, elephants).

Hwange National Park. This magnificent park, as photogenic as it is acclaimed, is one of the very few places to come across the now archi-protected black rhino. It is, of course, home to dozens of other mammals in one of Zimbabwe's finest Noah's Arks.

Kariba Lake. This huge artificial lake created in the 1950s following the construction of a huge dam on the Zambezi gave birth to the Matusadona National Park. The diversity of its sites (river shores, bush and wooded areas) quickly favored the appearance of a very varied fauna.

Off the beaten track

Matobo Hills National Park.

Possible options

Cruise on the Zambezi near Niagara Falls between crocodiles and hippos.

Bungee Jump (111m) from the Victoria Falls Bridge.

Walking safari in the Mana Pools park.

Canoe trip on the Zambezi.

Fishing trip and cruise on the Kariba Lake.

Great Zimbabwe Monument.

The unavoidable
  • Victoria Falls. One of the most fascinating and spectacular sites on the planet.
  • Mana Pools National Park. Located on the south bank of the Zambezi and made up of 4 lakes fed by the river, this park is full of "aquatic" animal species such as hippos and crocs, but also big cats (lions, cheetahs, leopards) and large mammals ( buffaloes, elephants).
  • Hwange National Park. This magnificent park, as photogenic as it is acclaimed, is one of the very few places to come across the now archi-protected black rhino. It is, of course, home to dozens of other mammals in one of Zimbabwe's finest Noah's Arks.
  • Kariba Lake. This huge artificial lake created in the 1950s following the construction of a huge dam on the Zambezi gave birth to the Matusadona National Park. The diversity of its sites (river shores, bush and wooded areas) quickly favored the appearance of a very varied fauna.
Off the beaten track
  • Matobo Hills National Park.
Possible options
  • Cruise on the Zambezi near Niagara Falls between crocodiles and hippos.
  • Bungee Jump (111m) from the Victoria Falls Bridge.
  • Walking safari in the Mana Pools park.
  • Canoe trip on the Zambezi.
  • Fishing trip and cruise on the Kariba Lake.
  • Great Zimbabwe Monument.
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