The ultimate adventure in Africa happens when you choose to Voyage2Africa. It happens when you grab the opportunity to really explore a land full of wonder and beauty. Victoria Falls in friendly Zimbabwe is known as the Adventure Capital of Southern Africa – so get that adrenaline pumping when you launch off the Bridge on a bungee jump of a lifetime or get swept up in raging white waters when you go rafting down below on the mighty Zambezi River.
For some thrilling wildlife viewing, allow your Botswana guide to paddling you into untouched channels on a traditional Mokoro (canoe). Seeing huge elephants and hippos from this level is awe-inspiring as colourful birds flit around you in the lush vegetation of the Chobe River and Okavango Delta.
Plan a safari into Kenya’s famous Masai Mara Game Reserve just in time for the Annual Wildebeest Migration. Witness this intense wildlife spectacle as zebras, wildebeest, crocodiles and the huge cats come together in the wildness of survival. Stay in unrivalled luxurious tented camps where world-class service comes with a smile.
Adventure in Africa can also be serene so book your private yacht charter on Lake Malawi, inland, in the beating heart of southern Africa. Explore this huge piece of water on a luxury catamaran, going diving, kayaking and windsurfing as the desire arise.
If you are already inland, turn west towards Namibia where huge red dunes beckon and Sossusvlei is the best sunrise destination around. Your Voyage2Africa adventure includes sandboarding, 4x4ing and seeking the rare desert-adapted elephants and rhinos in the rockiness of Damaraland. Explore the disappearing ghost town of Kolmanskop and stop to watch the wild horses canter across the desert horizon…
So much to do, so little time. Voyage2Africa makes time for you – tailor-make your gorilla trekking adventure safari into Rwanda’s Parc National des Volcans as you hike through dense forests. Or go see the biggest population of chimpanzees on earth at Uganda’s Kibale National Park.
Climb Africa’s tallest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, then explore Tanzania’s wildlife populations, known to be the best in the region. Thankfully there are 12 national parks, 13 national reserves and 38 protected areas to see in this spectacular region!