Mana Pools,Kariba & Matusadona 21 September to 1 October 2021 There’s tranquility in the African Bush that creeps up unexpectedly and nestles in your soul.…
Endemic Birding in Eastern South Africa 2021 29 November to 9 December 2021 Magoebaskloof, Kaapschehoop, Wakkerstroom, Lesotho The Southern African subregion, which is taken to…
This mouthwatering tour takes us to three of the finest national parks in Africa, home to an incredible diversity of wildlife and birds.
We visit Chobe National Park in Botswana and Hwange and Matobos National Parks in Zimbabwe.
This spectacular tour is centred on two great Namibian rivers, the Kunene and the Kavango and is focussed on Namibia’s northern border with Angola.. Our routing offers the prospect of encountering some very special birds, including several near endemic species.
Undoubtedly our flagship Zimbabwean tour, taking in several iconic destinations in the spectacularly beautiful eastern Highlands.
Although there are no endemic birds in Zimbabwe, the country boasts more than 50 species that do not occur in South Africa.
Many of these “specials” can be found in the focus area of our trip as we have carefully selected those destinations that will afford us the best chance of seeing the targeted species.
Our travels take us to two of Zimbabwe’s lesser-known natural jewels, situated northeast of the capital city.
Mavuradonha Wilderness is one of Zimbabwe’s true wildernesses – seldom visited, even by the locals.
Umfurudzi Park has rich biodiversity and supports a large spectrum of wildlife, including several special bird species.
The greater Barberton area is one of the most intriguing tourist destinations in South Africa. History and the scenic beauty and natural wonders of the surrounding mountains, known as the Makhonjwa, are its defining features. The varying environments, from rocky mountain lands with their pockets of indigenous forests to the vast open grasslands, provide a wide range of habitats for a large number of special birds.
We visit two lesser-known, yet extremely productive birding destinations, located within 2-3 hours drive from Johannesburg
Aptly described by Sir Francis Drake as “The Fairest Cape in all the world”, the allure of the Western Cape is not only its stunning scenery, expansive beaches and majestic mountains. Its untamed wilderness areas, numerous nature reserves, indigenous forests and lesser-known areas like the Tanqua Karoo are what draws those who want to explore the province’s finer moments.
This truly memorable tour offers superb birding and boasts three of the most sought-after Mozambique “specials” ie Olive-headed Weaver, Crab Plover and the recently re-discovered Green Tinkerbird.