Be inspired by a selection of our favourite African safari tours. From romantic honeymoons to family-friendly holidays all completely flexible and arranged to your travel needs.
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
― Augustine of Hippo
Hwange National Park9 Tours
Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest national park and is found along the country’s north-western border with Botswana. From dense teak forest in the north to the sandy savannah grasslands of the Kalahari in the south, Hwange is a land of contrasts that hosts over 100 mammal species and over 420 bird species.
Chobe National Park14 Tours
Considered to be an ‘older’ safari location, Chobe National Park has fixed paths for animals. This means that it won’t be hard to keep track of them or spot them in the area. One of the main highlights of a Chobe National Park safari is its animal migration. Not only that, but world class lodges are also available at your disposal. Search for the perfect Chobe safari packages and book them here today!
Okavango Delta10 Tours
The Okavango Delta is considered by many travelers as nature’s true work of art. No wonder the huge wetland is a World Heritage Site. It is so dazzling you won’t believe it’s real! With endless water channels, islands, and lagoons, you will discover an abundance of wildlife if you plan a safari in Okavango Delta. You should also know that Okavango safari tours are a paradise for those who want to see predators. Prepare to spot lions, cheetahs, hyenas, wild dogs, and even leopards. So, for a truly unforgettable getaway, dare to embark on the ultimate African safari adventure!
Kruger National Park9 Tours
Take a big five safari journey and prepare to be in awe. Kruger safari holidays even allow you to either go for a fully guided tour or create your own itinerary! Top that experience with luxury lodges and hotels to call your second home and you’ve got the ultimate safari vacation. So, what are you waiting for? Book your own Kruger National Park safari packages today!
Kafue National Park8 Tours
Kafue is Zambia’s largest and oldest national park, and is found in a remote part of western Zambia with areas that are yet to be explored fully. This has allowed animal, bird and plant life to flourish relatively unnoticed within the wide range of habitat types that unfold across Kafue
The coastal town of Vilanculos in Mozambique offers visitors easy access to the unspoilt majesty of the Bazaruto Archipelago, a protected World Wildlife Trust marine reserve and cultural reserve. The Vilanculos International Airport has undergone a substantial upgrade and offers guests daily flights to a number of destinations including Johannesburg and Maputo.
Mana Pools National Park3 Tours
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s not hard to see why Mana Pools National Park is a well-known place to visit in Zimbabwe. You should know that this unique park has two ‘faces’. During the rainy season, the usual flood plains you see turn into a vast lake. This may also be the reason why canoe safaris, in particular, are popular here. With a Mana Pools safari, you’ll get the chance to see over 350 bird species, aquatic wildlife, and of course, some majestic land creatures!
Cape Town2 Tours
Cape Town is the ideal safari destination for those who want to combine the buzzing city and wildlife South Africa has to offer. On a safari in and around Cape Town, you can explore the southern coast along the Garden Route, see the wildlife of various national parks, and learn all you can about the culture and history of National Heritage Sites, such as Table Mountain and Robben Island. Whether you’re choosing for a luxury safari or a budget safari in Cape Town, you’ll be sure to discover amazing sceneries and wildlife.
Caprivi Strip is Namibia’s spindly north-eastern ‘finger’ that touches reaches out across the top of Botswana and to the mighty Zambezi River. Criss-crossed by the Okavango, Linyanti and Chobe rivers, the area is dotted with waterfalls and crashing rapids and home to an excellent selection of water-loving species including hippo and buffalo, crocs and waterbuck, and a phenomenal variety of birds
Matusadona National Park2 Tours
Matusadona National Park is one of northern Zimbabwe’s most remote wildernesses and is named after Matuzviadonha Hills, which create a striking contrast to the flat water frontage of Lake Kariba. This national park is situated on the lake’s southern shore and bordered by the Ume River on the west and the Sanyati River on the east, which offer a unique collection of habitats for a variety of mammal species.
Livingstone is Zambia’s gateway to Victoria Falls and when it comes to Livingstone activities, there is something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for white-knuckle adrenaline and aerial views of the Falls, family-friendly fun on the Zambezi River or romantic sunsets with a drink in hand, look no further than Southern Dynasty Safaris activities and tours.
Southern Africa is a traveller’s dream that offers a vast array of accommodation options. From indulgent 5-star opulence to rustic budget-friendly basics, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Benefiting The Community
As much as we love visiting these places with our guests, we are also passionate about giving back. We frequently volunteer in local communities, fundraise for local girls’ schools helping to provide education, and are dedicated to giving back to the villages we frequent.
Our Best Price Promise.
You will always get the best value with us, in one complete tailor-made itinerary. Our trusted relationships with Africa’s top operators allow us to offer you the best rates and unsurpassed value possible without affecting the quality of your itinerary.
24/7 On-Safari Support.
Not only do we take care of all the details of your booking, we also reconfirm once more each individual service before you travel, leaving nothing to chance. In addition, you have a direct, 24/7 phone line to get help or advice at any time once you are on safari.
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