About Africa

South Africa

South Africa offers a diverse mix of culture, scenic beauty and wildlife. From Big 5 safaris to lazy days on unspoiled beaches, from exhilarating nightlife and adventure activities to empty wilderness and incredible landscapes, it’s no wonder that South Africa is sometimes called ‘the world in one nation’. And don’t forget the fantastic cities, from Cape Town to Johannesburg, South Africa has something to suit everyone who comes on holiday here.


Tanzania is home to at least seven world heritage sites, namely the Ngorongoro Crater, the Serengeti, the Selous, Mount Kilimanjaro, Stone Town, Kiwa Ruins and Kondoa. The rich wildlife along with the fascinating cultures and beautiful beaches make Tanzania the ultimate safari destination. Explore the magical coastline of Zanzibar; embark on thrilling game drives at leading reserves, such as the Serengeti; witness the great wildebeest migration; and climb Africa’s highest mountain – Mount Kilimanjaro. Discover off the beaten track destinations such as Tarangire National Park and experience the rich culture of the Maasai people.


Boasting spectacular natural beauty, an abundance of wildlife, the great wildebeest migration, innovative and globally recognised community conservation initiatives, as well as a rich culture, there is nothing quite like a Kenyan safari. Enjoy world-class birding in Kenya’s wetlands and lakes of the Great Rift Valley; float over the savannah plains in a hot air balloon; or experience firsthand the diverse cultures of the local tribes such as the semi-nomadic Maasai people.


With its cosmopolitan cities, passionate culture and staggering natural beauty, Uganda is a destination that is difficult to top. In their natural rainforest habita, enjoy an up-close experience with mountain gorillas – one of the most critically endangered animals in the world. Gorilla trekking is not only a lifetime experience but also helps raise much needed funds towards the protection of these creatures.


Best known for the magnificent Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe offers exceptional safari experiences. The remote and unspoilt national parks offer uncrowded safaris at great value. Explore the world-renowned Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe’s largest park, boasting vast herds of elephant, buffalo, zebra and giraffe – all within driving distance from Victoria Falls. Enjoy canoe adventures, walking safaris and game drives at Mana Pools National Park. Matusadona National Park and Gonarezhou National Park are also not to be missed. The country is also home to five different UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely Mana Pools National Park, Matopo National Park, Victoria Falls, Great Zimbabwe and Khami Ruins as well as the world’s largest man-made lake, Lake Kariba.


Home to beautiful game reserves, Botswana is arguably one of the best safari destinations and the perfect destination for anyone seeking pristine, unfenced surroundings. Explore the Chobe National Park renowned for the largest elephant population in Africa; Moremi Game Reserve with its prolific birdlife; the Okavango Delta – the world’s largest inland delta; as well as the Makgadikgadi Pans – the largest salt pans in the world, renowned for their second-largest zebra migration in the world.


Zambia offers impeccable game viewing in remote and pristine wilderness. Get up-close to nature on a walking safari in South Luangwa, considered as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. Adjacent to Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools, enjoy land and water-based game viewing in the Lower Zambezi, renowned for large herds of buffalo and elephant which congregate along the Zambezi River during the dry winter months, as well as an impressive population of Nile crocodiles and predators such as lions, leopards and the African wild dog. The spectacular Victoria Falls, one of the world’s seven natural wonders, is also not to be missed.


Pristine beaches, palm trees, secluded islands, rich marine life, breath-taking views, and all year-round exceptional weather are just some of the highlights of Mozambique. The destination is the perfect choice for a laidback romantic getaway, family fun holiday or adrenalin-packed adventure holiday. Enjoy picnics, horse-riding on the beach, deep sea angling, snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking and cultural visits.


Namibia is a land of incredible diversity and great contrasts. Explore the country’s top destinations such as the Fish River Canyon – the world’s second largest canyon; Sossusvlei – home to some of the world’s highest sand dunes; Swakopmund – a coastal holiday town sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean and the Namib desert; Damaraland with its ruggedly beautiful scenery; and Skeleton Coast littered with shipwrecks, historical rock art and desert-adapted wildlife.


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Expert Tip

“Namibia is so different – sand and stone deserts, rust-red landscapes, even desert elephants. Don’t miss the so called ‘moon landscape’ near Swakopmund; climb up the iconic red sand dunes in Soussusvlei; and walk to the dead vlei to witness the sharp contrast of the white clay pan surrounded by burnished-orange sand dunes. View game in the Ethosa National Park while further north, learn about the stunning culture of the Himba folk. I recommend self driving in a 4×4 – a thrilling experience on the rough dirt roads.”

Petra Fraatz
Director of Business Development

Our Partner – Albatros Travel Africa

Albatros Travel Africa is a 100% family-run company that has been offering exciting, adventurous and diverse safari experiences to Southern and Eastern Africa since 1986. They specialise in all types of safari including family, honeymoon and special interest; and tailor-made travel for FITs and groups including beach holidays, culinary tours, guided tours and customised private tours.

Albatros Travel Africa also owns four uniquely positioned luxury tented safari camps managed under the brand name Honeyguide Tented Safari Camps; and four-country lodges situated within the Zebra Nature Reserve, named Zebra Country Lodge.

The company handles around 4,000 passengers to Africa annually, they own their own fleet of vehicles and employ some of the industry’s most experienced staff. They are renowned for their high levels of standardised service (Scandinavian quality), strong relationships with suppliers and competitive rates.

Market Representation

  • Germany, Austria, Switzerland
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