Near the end of 2016 we sent Go2Africa Safari Experts, Jessica Lassen, Madelein Norval and Megan Vanderwalt on a 16-day journey through Kenya, Tanzania and Zanzibar island. They did a comprehensive tour, following a popular route that started with safaris in Kenya and Tanzania before hopping over to the tropical African island of Zanzibar for the perfect full-stop on an East African adventure.
The best game viewing is during Africa’s winter from about June to September each year. We recommend booking up to a year in advance for popular attractions like Kruger in South Africa and the Wildebeest Migration in East Africa. Spontaneous travellers needn’t despair - Africa is full of off-the-beaten track destinations that can be enjoyed without too much advance planning.
So you’ve seen the Big 5, been awestruck by the Wildebeest Migration and thrilled by Victoria Falls but you’re still crazy about Africa? It’s time to step it up and discover Africa’s secret adventures for experienced safari-goers…
The Serengeti, Victoria Falls, the Kruger National Park ... Africa's most iconic destinations have long delighted their visitors but if you're the kind of person who likes to do things a little differently and prefer your wildlife encounters without the crowds, then maybe it's time to take the road less travelled in Africa.
South Africa’s accommodation options are as diverse as its landscape of craggy mountains, golden savannah, sub-tropical forest and haunting desert. I’ve selected some of the best hotels the country’s most popular travel destinations where you can feel like you’re splurging without breaking the bank…
Welcome to the world’s adventure playground! Africa is the destination to stretch your horizons and free your intrepid spirit. We’ve rounded up the best of the best rides, from mountain bikes to camels and horses - or even a Harley-Davidson cruise!
Africa has played a pivotal role in two of the world’s most enduring and endearing modern romances. When screen goddess Elizabeth Taylor and her great love Richard Burton decided that they couldn’t live without each other following their first divorce, they married for a second time at Kasane in Chobe National Park in Botswana, Liz posing with her flawless 70 carat pear-shaped diamond engagement ring and an adorable cheetah.
Being from Cape Town we like to think that we live in the land of eternal sunshine – most Capetonians do. This isn’t too far from the truth as Cape Town's winters are peppered with occasional moments of glorious sunshine. And we're not talking about a feeble, washed-out winter sun but rich, golden days with warm colours, pleasant temperatures and no wind that makes for perfect hiking weather!
2016 at Go2Africa was a year full of exciting changes, new ventures and, of course, plenty of once-in-a-lifetime safari experiences enjoyed by clients and Go2Africans alike. In keeping with our personal motto - We know because we go - it was another year of sending our African Safari Experts out to rediscover best-selling destinations like the Okavango Delta, Serengeti and Masai Mara. We also visited new regions in countries like Rwanda and Mozambique for the first time and are excited to be able to share even more of Africa with all our travellers.