A South Africa trip unlike any other rests between the Eastern Cape and Western Cape. On this 10-day small-group tour, you’ll rock your way through the Rainbow Nation and see the best of Africa’s southern tip. If bungee jumping seems a bit extreme, get your thrills on a Big Five game drive instead. Should you think the view from Table Mountain is a little too wide, hike back down to the lively Woodstock neighbourhood for a hyper-local perspective. Wine with friends, paddleboard with penguins and Knysna Lagoon cruising will round out this diverse trip.
Need five big reasons to visit the African jungles of Kenya that aren’t lions, buffalos, elephants, leopards or rhinos? This seven-day trip will give you a handful more. The Menengai Crater and Hyrax Hill Museum will help you dig deeper into Kenya’s geology and archaeology. The indigenous communities in the Loita Hills will show you the Maasai way of life, while the rural markets east of the Great Rift Valley offer a taste of everyday life. And the locals at Aberdare National Park? Giraffes, impalas and zebras are all visible from your lodge’s grounds.
When you arrive in Cairo for the first time, you’ll wonder why it’s taken you so long to visit such a magnificent place. If all you did on this 10-day visit to Africa was spend hours gazing at Giza and wandering the Great Egyptian Museum, you’d return home overjoyed. Imagine how stoked you’ll be when you discover that this adventure also includes a day at the Valley of the Kings, kayaking on the Nile River and a candle-lit tour of Luxor Temple.
The only thing separating you from the sun and sand of the Sahara is a camel, unbothered by your presence and at the climate. This 13-day Moroccan trip goes far beyond a camel ride – you’ll traverse the country from Tangier’s Old Kasbah to the medinas of Marrakech. And while the Moroccan geometry in Fez and lamb confit in Casablanca will captivate your senses, it’s the essence of the desert that will capture your heart and soul during a sunset meditation session in Merzouga.
This six-day Morocco adventure starts and ends with food – with hiking, surfing and dancing packed in between. Always wanted to scale the Atlas Mountains? You’ll be able to say you’ve achieved it – and, not only that, met the locals, tucking into homemade cuisine in a Berber village. Foodies will also love lunching in the gardens of La Famille, enjoying fresh coffee at Dar el Bacha palace and spending the last few days of the tour eating seafood barbecues – ahead of learning to surf on the Atlantic coast.