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Best Time To Go

June - August

Holiday Length

8 nights

Price guide

From £7,645pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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A Family Safari to Kenya

Introduce your children to the thrills of African wildlife with a family safari in Kenya. Your family will experience the African wilderness on trips to the semi-arid Laikipia Plateau and the Masai Mara National Reserve. You’ll be tucking into breakfast with the long-necked residents of Giraffe Manor and meeting orphaned elephant and cheeky chimpanzee at nearby sanctuaries. A visit to a traditional Maasai village helps the appreciation of Kenyan tribal life and, of course, no safari trip is complete without African game drives, and everyone will have the chance to see Africa’s Big Five.

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UK - Cape Town

Take an overnight flight from the UK to Cape Town. You’ll arrive refreshed and ready to dive into your South African adventure.

Cape Town

The bohemian Cape Cadogan is a boutique hotel created lovingly from a glamorous early 19th-century mansion. We recommend visiting Table Mountain first – a great way to get your bearings. Your private guide will escort you to the summit for panoramic views of the city and coast. Next take your pick of Cape Town’s sights, from the buzzing waterfront to splendid museums.

Cape Town

With two days to explore, you’ll find plenty to see. The brightly coloured Bo-Kaap neighbourhood is renowned for its South African cuisine. Head to the V&A Waterfront for atmospheric sundowners. You can start your discovery of African wildlife at the Two Oceans Aquarium. Or rest awhile in the calm surrounds of Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Finally, head out of town for a taste of South Africa’s world-class vineyards, or waddle with African penguins on Boulders Beach.

Cape Town - Tswalu Kalahari Reserve

Flying to the Tswalu Reserve in the Kalahari Desert you’ll swap the inexhaustible pleasures of Cape Town for seemingly endless sands and untamed bush. Here your supreme safari lodges offer opportunities for evocative bush walks and atmospheric horse rides. During your first intrepid game drive, your guide will explain the local ecology and then join you for an unforgettable sundowner on the dunes.

Tswalu Kalahari Reserve

Against the backdrop of the staggering Korannaberg Mountains your morning and evening safaris in the Kalahari sand may reveal cheetah, black rhinoceros, Kalahari lion, antelope and the adorable meerkat. Between game activities, you’ll slot in spa treatments, private dinners on the dunes and glimpses of 380,000-year-old rock art.

Tswalu - Sabi Sands

After two days of thrill-seeking game drives and bush walks in the Kalahari’s arid terrain we’ll need to wrench you from the beauty of Tswalu for a flight to the Sabi Sands via Johannesburg. This exquisite private reserve borders the immense Kruger National Park. As a private concession, Sabi Sands offers the same fantastic array of wildlife as Kruger, but with far fewer people and less restrictions. On your first off-road game drive, you’ll search out the elusive leopard.

Sabi Sands

Two days of game-viewing await you in this magical African wildlife wonderland. The Sabi Sands teems with animals and birds: you’ll enjoy a very good chance of ticking off the Big Five’s elephant, Cape buffalo, rhinoceros, leopard and lion. Birdlife and countless smaller game are also abundant. At Lion Sands River Lodge there’s fine dining and exquisite sundowners by the riverside accompanied by a bewitching evening chorus.  

Sabi Sands - Johannesburg - UK

With your camera packed with pictures of the African wilderness, and vivid images of countless exotic species fresh in your mind, your African safari must come to an end. Depart the bush, bound for Johannesburg, from where you’ll catch an evening flight back to the UK.

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