Explore one of Africa's last wild frontiers

This safari explores Zakouma National Park, one of the last remaining untouched wildernesses in Africa. You have a week in total in the park alongside your dedicated guide, Richard Anderson. The park is quiet, and your plans flexible. Search for wildlife on the plains, from lion and giraffe, to huge elephant herds, crocodiles and birds, visit local markets, try wild fly-camping and even enjoy some thrilling night exploration.

This is a wild experience in a place travelled by few. This certainly is not your average African safari, but a true insight into an untamed ecosystem.

A wild African safari in the untouched wild-lands of Chad, a haven for wildlife.

Your Guide on this Safari: Richard Anderson

A leading professional guide, Richard was trained in South Africa, and subsequently spent time there as a specialist private guide in various reserves, as well as leading leopard research trips. Moving on, he took further training and qualified to lead walking safaris before heading to South America to head up their guide training. Back in Africa, Richard is now a leading pan-African safari guide and has led safaris from kayaking in Madagascar, to flying safaris on the Skeleton Coast of Namibia.

On this safari, Richard will accompany you throughout your journey through Chad; his intricate knowledge of the African bush will truly enhance your experience.

Previous guest feedback states; “Richard… it was by far the best travel experience we have ever had. Much of this was due to your expertise, vast and intricate knowledge, wonderful humour and your personal capacity to manage people, and create an exhilaratingly fun space in which we all felt safe and confident.”

Chad Wildlife Safari Quick Facts

Duration

This safari is 9 days long and departs on February 27, 2018.

Price

From £6,285 per person, excluding international flights.

When to go

This is a small group departure which takes place February 27 - March 7, 2018.

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