Where to go?

Where In Africa Should I Go?

To answer this question, we must first figure out what it is you'd like to do and see on your trip. We provide service to two distinct regions, South Africa and East Africa, each possessing a unique set of sights and activities. Whichever you choose (or both), we'll ensure you're presented with the best attractions, guided by our friendly and highly experienced ground team. Use the arrows or swipe for specific information detailing travel regions and attractions. Photo: Dense vegetation surrounding the climbing trail to Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Tanzania

The ideal region for a classic safari experience, East Africa boasts unforgettable encounters with Africa’s wildlife kingdom, and we’ll get you up close. Nowhere else in the world will you experience similar wildlife or geographic anomalies such as Mt. Kilimanjaro and Ngorongoro Crater. Our company’s owner, Ombeni, is a native to the Tanzanian village of Mt. Meru, where he not only operates safaris, but directly supports a variety humanitarian causes. As our guest you are welcome to visit Mt. Meru and witness the positive impact Ombeni Safaris continuously provides, as well as become acquainted with the Massai tribal culture who are well aware the positive impact safari visitors have on the local economy. A combination of one-of-a-kind safari destinations and a warm cultural experience makes East Africa the best, most remote classic safari region possible. Photo: Serengeti National Park Migration

Your African safari begins when you step off the plane in Kilimanjaro, where you will be met by our professional ground team. Enjoy a cold drink and a smooth, comfortable ride in our private, customized Land Cruiser, where it’s just a 35-minute trip to the luxurious Lake Duluti Coffee Lodge – a rustic oasis tucked away in a tropical plantation, and the perfect place to unwind after your flight. Arusha is only three degrees south of the equator, but its 4,500-foot elevation encourages floral luxuriance and gentle breezes. You’ll enjoy dinner here at the lodge, as well as a good night’s sleep.

Kenya

Here you’ll experience an incredibly diverse culture and landscape. South Africa’s unofficial motto is A World In One Country, and rightfully so given its mix of the old and new worlds. Venture to some of Africa’s best wildlife reserves and also indulge in the offerings of Cape Town, a modern bustling city full of night life, elegant restaurants, all within view of the ocean and unique Table Mountain. Cape Floral Kingdom is the richest floral area on the planet with over 9600 species of plant life, 70% of which occur nowhere else. It is a popular place for weddings, and we’d be honored to give special attention in planning such an event. Take a boat tour to Robben Island, a former prison now museum where Nelson Mandela was once held. We recommend South Africa to travelers who enjoy experiencing new cities and also a rich safari experience.

 

Botswana

There is no doubt that this country is one of the most beautiful countries of africa, Botswana has a landscape like no other. It is the homeland of the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta. Combined with the magnificent wildlife, natural wonders and warm localities make it a place to visit.

Here are the 5 facts about the country:

The capital of Botswana is Gabarone. It is famous for hunting lodges on Kgale Hill for artistic and cultural exhibitions.

Botswana has the largest elephant population on the continent. Travelers say this is the best place to see them in Chobe National Park. The park is known for its large elephant scenes.

Delta Okavango is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. This is best described as a large delta interior in northern Botswana and famous for its sparkling grassy plains. From June to August, it is the best time to visit many migratory animals.

Botswana is almost as important as France, but it has only 2 million people in the country against 66.9 million in France.

If you hope to see two African countries at the same time, then Botswana is the place to go. which It has the shortest border of the world. The border between Botswana and Zambia is of only 150 meters.

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