Wildlife Holidays in Africa
Few wildlife enthusiasts can resist Africa. It is the world’s top wildlife destination, where matchless wildlife viewing is set against a backdrop of sun-baked landscapes, huge skies and friendly people. Our wildlife tours in Africa take in the Middle East, North and Sub-Saharan Africa as well as the Indian Ocean Islands.
Africa casts a spell on visitors. Once you’ve had a taste of its extraordinary diversity of wildlife, warm people and spectacular scenery you’ll want to return again and again.
What can I see?
Our African wildlife holidays offer a chance to see a great range of Africa’s mammals and birds, including the ‘big five’. Africa offers boundless opportunities for the wildlife traveller, from traditional African wildlife safaris to exploring bird life in the wadis and oases of the Middle East. Here are just some of the Naturetrek wildlife tours in Africa that you can choose from:
Where will I stay?
Africa has some of the best wildlife lodges and permanent tented camps in the world. We make the most of their excellent facilities on our wildlife tours in Africa for a comfortable wildlife watching experience.
How much will it cost?
Our Africa wildlife holidays start at just £995 for a 5-day Bald Ibis trip to Morocco.
But we offer so much more!
View all of our Africa wildlife tours or African safari tours, or call us now on +44 1962 733051 to find out more.
WHAT YOU'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT OUR Africa HOLIDAYS
The local guide, Yilma Abebe, was superb, being helpful, courteous and exceedingly knowledgeable not only on ornithology, mammals, habitat, agriculture etc., but also on Ethiopian history.
I most enjoyed the small group size, and the contributions of the expert naturalists. Cathy, our UK leader, was exceptionally knowledgeable and her understanding of the country and its wildlife, combined with her leadership ability, made it a huge success for me.
The service level from Lawsons was amazing. Rob McKenzie & Leon Marais were knowledgeable, far sighted (showing us things we would have missed), good company and excellent chefs. We saw and amazing amount of game in the first week at Kruger with almost too many highlights to mention but a pack of wild dogs, a procession of ostriches crossing the road and being investigated by a band of dwarf mongoose was amongst them. The second week did not disappoint either as we were able to identify many of the beautiful butterflies including 5 different Emporers. Highlights have to be the Gaudy Commodore and the Paradise Skipper – both beautiful to see. We were shown a range of differing habitats where each yielded new species. Overall, this trip had everything for the generalist – mammals, birds and butterflies and vegetation so it was impossible not to be excited.