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Bush & Beach Safaris


Choosing between a high-paced bush experience and a tranquil seaside getaway is difficult. From the iconic savannah grasslands of the Serengeti to the otherworldly dunes of the Namib Desert, from the idyllic volcanic waters of Mauritius to the stretching coastline of Mozambique – why not combine both for the ultimate African adventure. Whilst the early starts on African safaris are definitely worth it for the best wildlife viewing opportunities, there’s hardly a better place to reflect on your wildlife escapades than on a tropical beach worthy of any postcard.

There is nowhere else like Africa on the planet. From the misty jungles of Central Africa to the otherworldly dunes of the Namib Desert, from the iconic savannah grasslands of the Masai Mara and Serengeti, to the dramatic features of the Great Rift Valley – Africa is remarkable.

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Explore the Best Bush and Beach Destinations

Kenya & Tanzania

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Explore the Masai Mara and Ol Pejeta Conservancy before relaxing alongside the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean in Zanzibar. Spend some quality time with your family within idyllic private camps. This trip is well suited to families with younger children - each camp provides a great experience for children and adults alike.

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In addition to its exceptional wildlife, Tanzania also boasts stunning beaches and coral reefs. Zanzibar, located just off the coast of Tanzania, is a world-renowned beach destination with crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, and fascinating culture. The island is also known for its spice plantations and historic Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Madagascar & Mauritius

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Your journey starts in the mountains of southern Mauritius, famous for its many nature reserves, breathtaking scenery and wild nature. Following a zip line flight over the forest, tea and rum tastings, a short flight takes you to Madagascar and the rainforest reserve of Andasibe, home to Madagascar’s largest lemur, the indri. Hike the forests to spot lemurs and enjoy night walks seeking out the ghostly white shapes of chameleons. Then return to Mauritius where you may be able to spot dolphins, sperm whales and Blainville's beaked whale.

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Kenya & Seychelles

Kenya and the Seychelles offer a unique and unforgettable safari and beach experience. Kenya is a world-renowned safari destination with vast savannah grasslands and abundant wildlife, including the Big Five. Kenya has over 50 national parks and reserves, each with its own unique ecosystem and wildlife, making it a top safari destination. In addition to its natural wonders, Kenya is rich in cultural diversity, with over 40 tribes and a fascinating history.

On the other hand, Seychelles is known for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and luxurious resorts, making it a perfect destination for relaxation and rejuvenation. The Seychelles is home to an array of exotic flora and fauna, including giant tortoises and unique bird species. The stunning coral reefs surrounding the islands also offer incredible opportunities for snorkelling and scuba diving. A combination of Kenya and Seychelles offers the best of both worlds, from wildlife safaris in Kenya to relaxing on beautiful beaches in Seychelles, making it an ideal safari and beach holiday destination.