Gourmet Getaway: Safari Extensions

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Gastronomy: Safaris~ Gourmet Getaway

For a Luxury Safari of a Lifetime … 

Have you thought of extending your vacation with a ‘before’ or ‘after’ trip?
Why not select vastly different experiences to bookend your holiday in Africa
Maximise your time and minimise your carbon footprint in the process

Add Ons are Stand Alone Stays …

  • Trip extensions which you can combine with any other tour
  • Tailor made to your timelines and tastes, desires and dreams 
  • Safari travel at its most exciting 

Look over these Reserves, Refuges & Retreats …

  • On the banks of the Limpopo bordering South Africa and Zimbabwe, be captivated by the mystique of ancient African ways. Uncover the legends of a long-forgotten civilization at Mapungubwe, a World Heritage site, while staying at Mogalakwena Artist’s  Retreat where you can also participate in a number of creative options
  • In the rolling hills of the Eastern Cape, malaria free and easily accessible, being just an hour’s drive from Port Elizabeth on the Indian ocean, where five out of seven of the world’s ecosystems overlap  and attract a rich variety of wildlife …
    Kichaka Luxury Game Lodge, where you can also take a Cosmic Safari under the velvety black, star-studded sky from the comfort of the lodge deck
    and / or Shamwari Game Reserve that partners with private conservation sanctuaries such as the Born Free Foundation & responsible tourism initiatives
  • In the Cape near Hermanus, overlooking Walker Bay sanctuary, renowned for the best land based whale watching in the world, where Southern Right whales frolic in spring …
    Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, a pioneering destination acclaimed as a floral wonderland in the hottest of the world’s biodiversity hotspots, and for social responsibility projects involving sustainable, nature-based livelihoods, only two hours from Cape Town
  • Located within the greater Kruger National Park, South Africa’s premier game sanctuary, where fences between private reserves and the park have been removed, allowing for the free movement of wildlife, Sabi Sand Game Reserve is renowned for its diversity and concentration of big game, where bird life is exceptional and animal sightings awesome …
    Singita Game Reserves offers four lodge options in South Africa: Boulders & Ebony Lodges on the western side, with Lebombo & Sweni Lodges on the eastern flanks
    and / or Nottens Bush Camp, a small camp with a big heart, sharing traversing rights with Sabi Sand
  • In Botswana in the Okavango Delta on game rich, seasonally flooded plains teeming with lion, buffalo, hyena, herds of elephant, hippo that wade into the deeper channels and abundant bird life …
    Zarafa Camp – a traditional style tented camp bordering Chobe Game Reserve, overlooking abundant plains teeming with game
    and / or Duba Plains Camp – an intimate tented camp on a tree-covered island in the Okavango Delta, perhaps Botswana’s most remote camp
  • Also in Bostwana, a wild and unspoilt place where the lush Okavango Delta collides with the mysterious Kalahari Desert, home to remote communities of San Bushmen and the endless Makgadikgadi Pans – vast, ancient  lake beds with the greatest species diversity in the world. Interact with the Bushmen and gain insights into their ancient culture in harmony with the natural environment.
    The Central Kalahari Game Reserve has been set aside as a haven for the San Bushmen to continue their traditional lifestyle of hunting and gathering from the desert, and the lands around it support tens of thousands of desert antelope, and predators like lion, leopard and cheetah.
    San Camp in the Magadikgadi Pans
    and /or Jack’s Camp in the Kalahari Desert

Discover the Magic of Africa …

Commemorate a significant milestone …
Celebrate a special event by gathering your best friends around you …
Get together for a multi generational jamboree on a safari-of-a-lifetime …
We can tailor make any option or destination … Just ask