African Safari


Take part in an extraordinary journey to South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Zambia as you take part in thrilling game drives in search of the elusive “Big Five” and witness the largest concentrations of wildlife and birds in Africa.

Starting at: $8,054 * Including airfare, airline taxes & departure fees Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Elephants on the savanna  The powerful and dramatic Victoria Falls  The majestic lion   Zebra sighting on safari  Flight of an African Fish Eagle in Zambia. Credit: Richard Sooy  On safari  The beauty of an African Crowned Crane  Lilac-breasted roller  Elephants at a watering hole  Rhinos  African Buffalo  Giraffes running on the plains. Credit: Troy Feener  Elephants on the Serengeti  Evening view from guest balcony, Stanley & Livingstone Hotel  Victoria Falls
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TOUR BROCHURE

WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

This trip far exceeded our lofty expectations. Words alone cannot describe the magic of this experience. 


Mark S.

Boat cruises on the river with animals on either side were exciting, quiet, peaceful and truly spiritual, all at once! My favorite thing about this tour as a whole was the absence of other tourists. It was private and personal. A totally fabulous experience! 


Previous Journeys Traveler

Africa and its wonders must be experienced in person! Nature at its best! A photographer's dream come true. 


Allen S.

Like everyone told me, I returned convinced this was the "Best trip I ever took!" 


Gwendolyn S.

If Africa is not on your bucket list, you need a new bucket! This trip should not be missed.


Stewart G.

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ACCOMMODATIONS

54 on Bath hotel

Johannesburg, South Africa

Opened in 2012, the contemporary 54 on Bath hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of Johannesburg's trendy Rosebank suburb, within walking distance of boutiques, restaurants, and art galleries. The 75-room hotel features a restaurant, bar, and lounge; outdoor pool; spa treatments; and laundry and dry cleaning services. All air-conditioned guest rooms have a private bath with hair dryer, complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, TV, and phone.

Number of nights: 2

The Stanley and Livingstone at Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

(Mar 22; May 3; May 31; Jun 28; Jul 19; Aug 9; Aug 23; and Sep 13, 2015)

Situated on the 6,000-acre Nakavango Estate within the Victoria Falls Private Game Reserve and just a 10-minute drive from the Falls, the elegant 16-suite Stanley and Livingstone at Victoria Falls offers a quiet retreat for visiting the Falls. Facilities of this Victorian-style boutique hotel include a restaurant and bar, private garden, sun deck, sun lounge, and outdoor pool just yards away from the bush and a watering hole visited by elephants, kudu, and other game. Individually decorated air-conditioned suites have private bath with hair dryer, separate bedroom, mini-bar, in-room safe, patio overlooking the garden, TV, and phone.

Number of nights: 3



Victoria Falls Hotel

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, Zimbabwe

(Oct 25 and Nov 22, 2015 Dates Only)

Built in 1904, The Victoria Falls Hotel stands inside of Victoria Falls National Park and is often referred to by locals as “the Grand Old Lady of the Falls.”  Facilities of this Edwardian-style hotel include two restaurants, two bars, and several lounges; internet access; laundry services; hair salon; spa with massage treatments; library; and outdoor pool.  Air-conditioned guest rooms have private bath with hair dryer, in-room safe, tea- and coffee-making facilities, TV, and phone.

Number of nights: 3

Chobe Marina Lodge

Chobe National Park, Botswana

Chobe Marina Lodge is situated on the south bank of the Chobe River, a short distance from the entrance of Chobe National Park. Along with extensive gardens containing a variety of wildlife, the well-situated 60-room lodge features such amenities as two restaurants, riverside bar, and poolside bar; tennis court; beauty salon and spa with massage treatments; outdoor pool; and Internet access (at a fee). Air-conditioned guest rooms, all with private patios overlooking the river and gardens, have private bath with hair dryer, mosquito netting, in-room safe, tea- and coffee-making facilities, mini-bar (stocked on request), TV, and phone.

Number of nights: 3

Royal Zambezi Lodge

Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia

This recently built (April 2007) luxury lodge sits on the banks of the vast Zambezi at one of its broadest points, bordering the Lower Zambezi National Park and within a protected Game Management Area. Combining creature comforts and elegant hospitality with an unspoiled wilderness experience, the 14-room lodge offers an open-plan dining room and lounge, copper-roofed verandah, wide decks, campfire, outdoor pool, spa facilities, and afternoon tea. Game viewing activities include open-vehicle game drives, night drives, bush walks, boat safaris, and birding, as well as fishing and canoeing. Individual chalets with thatched roofs, positioned for optimal game viewing, have en suite bathroom and private verandahs.

Number of nights: 3



Radisson Blu Lusaka

Lusaka, Zambia

Fully renovated in 2012, the Radisson Blu Lusaka is situated a short drive from Lusaka’s city center and the airport.  The 142-room hotel’s amenities include a restaurant, poolside bar and bar/lounge; fitness center; outdoor pool; and gift shop.  Tastefully appointed guest rooms are air-conditioned and have private bath with hair dryer, complimentary Wi-Fi access, TV, and phone. (Day room)