An African safari with Destiny Holidays is not an experience you are likely to forget. You are immersed in the untamed world, absolutely surrounded by the exotic charm and danger of the continent's greatest creatures. Here are some of our custom safari tours. For a customised safari experience hit the ENQUIRE NOW button.
The magnificent Okavango Delta – in which Moremi Wildlife Reserve is set – fans out across the north-western corner and creates a paradise of islands and lagoons teeming with birds and wildlife. In the north-east, the famous Chobe National Park supports great concentrations of elephant and buffalo. To the south the arid Kalahari Desert unlocks the secrets of many nocturnal species and in particular predators! Explore the Okavango Delta, Moremi, Linyanti or Chobe areas.
Wild Frontiers can tailor-make any style of safari to Botswana – we recommend a combination of ‘water & land’ camps, offering game viewing on foot, by mokoro or boat, or in a 4×4 vehicle.
The area that is now the Central African Republic has been settled for at least 8,000 years; the earliest inhabitants were the probable ancestors of today’s Aka (Pygmy) peoples, who live in the western and southern forested regions of the country.
Situated in the Northern part of the Congo basin, the Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas are internationally known for their beautiful rainforests, host to a remarkable diversity of wildlife and a multitude of bird species. Furthermore, a rich local culture, comprising the Sangha fishermen as well as hunting and gathering Baka, are present in the area. Apart from conservation and local development efforts, Dzanga-Sangha operates as an eco-tourism and research centre.
Sharing borders with Cameroon and Congo, the area forms part of the Sangha River Tri-National Protected Area (STN),a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Join us for incomparable expedition ventures into the extreme heart of the pristine rainforests of Central Africa.
Mt. Kilimanjaro lies 3 degrees below the equator, is contained entirely within Tanzania and is one of Africa’s youngest volcanoes. It peers down to Kenya on its northern border, and covers an area of over 5 100 square kilometres, thrusting over five kilometres into the sky! Its top is permanently ice-capped and offers both the the hiker and mountaineer a rare challenge.
At 5 895 metres it is Africa’s highest mountain and one of the legendary 7 Summits. Although not to be taken lightly, any reasonably fit person can reach the summit of Kilimanjaro, and there are several routes available. You will need a minimum of five days for the hike (but preferably six or more days), and you ascend from the steaming tropical rain forests, through heath land, to alpine desert, finally reaching the permanent glaciers and the summit, Uhuru Peak.
Wild Frontiers offer regular departures for ladies/individuals or groups. We will discuss, in detail with you, the different routes available, as well as the preparation required for such a trip.
Wild Frontiers success rate for summiting is over 95% and we have an impeccable safety record. This is attributed to good preparation and professional guiding. Our guides are the best available, their enthusiasm knowledge of the region and care of you – their client – will ensure that your hike is comfortable and rewarding.
We also have travel add-on packages that enable you to explore the region further after your climb, like safaris to areas such as the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, or to go and relax on the pristine beaches of Zanzibar.
Kenya offers the visitor a range of safari options as well as some of the best beaches in Africa. The Masai Mara, which is part of the Serengeti ecosystem, has some fine lodges and tented camps. Further inland, the spectacular Great Rift Valley area is dotted with lakes, forests and rivers attracting an abundance of wildlife. Combined with the arid interior to the north, and lush coastline, Kenya offers the perfect safari!
From the moment you enter Namibia, by road, sea or air, the striking quality of contrasts is immediately evident. From the rich colours of the Namib dunes to the white dust of the Etosha Pan, Namibia is a land of wonder and wide-open spaces. Whatever your destination, no two days will be the same.
For the semi-fit to fit we can arrange hiking in the Fish River Canyon area. The Fish River Canyon, the largest canyon in Africa, where the terrain is steep and narrow, climb out and embrace a true sense of wild, and of pure, clean space.
Way up north forgotten ships once sailing these waters now litter the Skeleton Coast. Aside from shipwrecks, skeletons of whales and other animals who did not survive this harsh terrain also lie on the sandy shores in this area.
Etosha National Park offers the opportunity of viewing diverse wildlife thriving on the edge of the Etosha Pan, a landmark that is so vast it is visible from space. In the North-Eastern region mighty rivers contrast with the aridity of the major portion of Namibia.
Namibia also caters for the historian with places like Kolmanskuppe near Luderitz as well as the Duwisib Castle in the desert. The adventurer will find activities such as sky-diving, dune boarding, paragliding, quad biking, kite-surfing and hot air ballooning at the coastal towns of Swakopmund, Walvis Bay and Luderitz. If you enjoy cultures, you will be amazed by the Himba and Ovahimba tribes of this sandy country.
Wild Frontiers offers self-drive and organised safaris as well as fly-in safaris to Namibia. We tailor make itineraries according to your accommodation preference, which places you wish to visit and activities you enjoy.
Tanzania is strikingly beautiful and incredibly varied – open plains, massive mountains, long white beaches, dark forests, impressive rivers and multi-cultured peoples – there is something here for everyone. A country of contrasts, from the highest peak in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro, to the endless plains of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro, a microcosm of Africa. The wildlife of Tanzania, both in terms of sheer quantity and species, is probably the most abundant on the continent. The beaches are beautiful, with warm waters lapping on the golden sands, and offering a range of hotels and lodges spanning from the intimate boutique style to larger resorts establishments.
Each region in Tanzania offers a different experience. To the north – the famous Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area – boasting the Wildebeest Migration. The famous ice-capped equatorial mountain, Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world.
Selous, Ruaha and Mikumi – tucked away in the South, these parks have fascinating eco-systems – forests, large rivers, and a mix of terrain with open plains and beautiful views.