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1 Half Day Mombasa Tour
Half Day Mombasa Tour

Take a Trip to Town fr £26pp

This popular half day tour is the best way to get to know the town. Mombasa dates back to the 12th century when spice traders arrived from Arabia blown across on the Trade Winds. During this fascinating trip you first visit the historic old quarter, dominated by the medieval Fort Jesus, which was built by the Portuguese in the 16th Century.

Here you will see ancient mosques and walk along narrow bustling streets, stop at the old dhow harbour, and the central market, and also visit the Akamba wood carvers where you have the opportunity to see these craftsmen at work and buy souvenirs. Then you return to your hotel in time for a late lunch. This guided tour operates with a minimum of two people.

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1 Half Day Mombasa Tour

Half Day Mombasa Tour

2 Half Day Trip to Kaya Kinondo
Half Day Trip to Kaya Kinondo

Meet the Medicine Man fr £29pp

You are picked up from your hotel and driven south to the Kaya Kinondo Sacred Forest, a proposed UNESCO heritage site located in the Diani Beach area south of Mombasa. The local Digo community has formed Kaya Kinondo Ecotourism project that offers controlled access into this pristine and untouched forest, which is still used for rituals and sacrificial offerings by the Digo tribe.

On a walk through the forest, which forms a rich ecosystem with 187 species of plants, some of which are rare, you will see monkeys, dik-diks and elephants and visit Kinondo Village to interact with the locals and meet the medicine man. Kaya Kinondo ecotourism project is an initiative by the community in promoting conservation and sustainable development. Then return to your hotel in time for lunch.

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2 Half Day Trip to Kaya Kinondo

Half Day Trip to Kaya Kinondo

3 Chinotimba Township Tour
Chinotimba Township Tour

fr £30pp

This short but memorable tour is well worth taking while visiting Victoria Falls. The word Chinotimba describes the roar of the water from the mighty Falls in the local Nambya language. The Nambya and the Tonga people are the original natives of the Victoria Falls area and the majority of people here live in the Chinotimba township, which has a population of approximately 60,000 people.


During this tour, you will have an opportunity to observe township life from the oldest houses to the taverns, the local market and churches. During a visit to the Chinotimba Primary School you are introduced to the school headmaster who will take you on a tour to meet the children who will greet you with a sing song. This tour is two hours long and prices are based two people travelling. (School visits are subject to the schools being open)

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3 Chinotimba Township Tour

Chinotimba Township Tour

4 City of Culture
City of Culture

JOURNEY BACK IN TIME fr £32pp

Fez El Jedid is a different part of the old city built in the 14th century. This was a rich period in the history of Morocco as people of different origins, religions and cultures came to settle in the country either from Europe, the Middle East or from sub Saharan Africa. This cultural visit begins in the most beautifully built Jewish quarter which stands next to the 14th century Royal palace.

This is the famous Mellah, where you see old Spanish-Moorish architecture and the Jewish cemetery where the tombs go back to the early history of Fes. Visit the synagogue of Aben Danan, and learn about the history of Judaism. Then walk into the historical gardens of Jnan Sbil to the Royal Palace - the oldest museum of Moroccan traditional arts. Finally drive out of the city to visit a pottery making village.

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4 City of Culture

City of Culture

5 Cape Town Morning City Tour
Cape Town Morning City Tour

Go to town in the morning fr £37pp

Cape Town is one of the world's most beautiful cities and on this popular morning city tour you will get a great introduction to the place and see lots of the famous sights. Situated in the shadows of stunning Table Mountain, Devil's Peak and Lion's Head, Cape Town offers a rich cultural and industrial heritage, grand splendour and an abundance of top class restaurants and great shops at Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.

The tour starts of at Table Mountain where, weather permitting, you take a cable car to the top for breathtaking views. Then in the city itself you visit the Company Gardens and the Slave Lodge as well as driving around the cultural melting pot of Cape Town. The tour finishes in modern style at a a hipster coffee shop. You will be picked up and dropped off at either your hotel or the airport.

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5 Cape Town Morning City Tour

Cape Town Morning City Tour

6 Johannesburg City Tour
Johannesburg City Tour

Get to know Jo'burg fr £41pp

There is no better way to get to know Johannesburg and all that it has to offer than on this city tour which makes a great introduction for any first time visitor. On this tour you explore lots of different parts of the this buzzing city which was founded by prospectors in the 1800's, and went on over the years to become the economic hub that drove the entire country.

On this informative tour you begin by driving through the Rainbow Nation's financial capital taking in the banking district, the Magistrate's Court and the Supreme Court. Visit the 'top of Africa' at the Carlton Centre for great views before heading to Museum Africa. Later drive through some of the most picturesque and avant-garde suburbs in the country before returning to your hotel.

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6 Johannesburg City Tour

Johannesburg City Tour

7 Soweto Tour
Soweto Tour

Visit the famous township fr £43pp

With a population of more than two million, this famous township is the biggest black urban settlement in Africa with a rich political history. Soweto was the centre of political campaigns aimed at the overthrow of the apartheid state and the 1976 student uprising started here and spread to the rest of the country. Many of the sights on this tour have a poignant political significance.

Visit the Hector Pieterson Museum in Orlando West, built in memory of the people who died on the 16th of June 1976. Nelson Mandela's humble little house, now called the Mandela Family Museum, is an interesting stop for those keen to take in a slice of authentic history on the world's most famous former prisoner. Here you will see an assortment of memorabilia, paintings and photographs of the family.

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7 Soweto Tour

Soweto Tour

8 Apartheid Museum Tour
Apartheid Museum Tour

More to it than Mandela fr £43pp

The Apartheid Museum opened in 2001 and is acknowledged as the pre-eminent museum in the world dealing with 20th Century South Africa, at the heart of which is the apartheid story. Beginning in 1948, the white-elected National Party government implemented the policy of apartheid which turned 20 million people into second class citizens, damning them to a life of servitude, humiliation and abuse.

Their liberation in 1994 with the election of Nelson Mandela, the prisoner who became president, is a climax in the saga of a nation's resistance, courage and fortitude. The Apartheid Museum, the first of its kind, illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid and is a superb example of design, space and landscape offering you a unique South African experience.

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8 Apartheid Museum Tour

Apartheid Museum Tour

9 Cape Winelands Tour
Cape Winelands Tour

Raise a glass to local wines fr £46pp

This popular Cape Winelands tour departs every day at 8.30 and is great value as it includes a wine cellar tour and two tastings. Your day begins with a delightful drive out of Cape Town on picturesque winding roads to the very heart of the Cape winelands, passing through superb mountain ranges and vineyards and seeing Cape Dutch homesteads along the way.

Your first stop is at the historic Stellenbosch region for a wine cellar tour and tasting - with a choice of award winning wines for you to sample . Then in Franschoek you visit the Boschendal manor house with plenty of time to explore. You are then driven back to your hotel in Cape Town around lunchtime after spending a wonderful morning in the famous winelands of the Cape.


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9 Cape Winelands Tour

Cape Winelands Tour

10 Zimbabwe Sundowner Cruise
Zimbabwe Sundowner Cruise

Sunset on the Zambezi fr £48pp

This Zambezi River Sundowner cruise is a superb way to relax and enjoy the beauty of this majestic river, which is the fourth longest river in the whole of Africa. On the Zambezi River you also have the opportunity for activites such as kayaking, canoe trips, cruises and daily floats on both the Zimbabwe and Zambian sides but this cruise is a great way to end any day.

You have the chance of seeing a variety of game from the boat including hippo, crocodile, elephant and sometimes even rhino in their natural habitat, as well as viewing lots of exotic and colourful bird species. On this popular cruise you will enjoy finger snacks, beer, wine, champagne and soft drinks. There are also great photo opportunities against often spectacular African sunsets.

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10 Zimbabwe Sundowner Cruise

Zimbabwe Sundowner Cruise

11 Victoria Falls Tour
Victoria Falls Tour

The fabulous falls fr £50pp

No visit to the beautiful African country of Zimbabwe is complete without a trip to the stunning Victoria Falls. Nothing prepares you for the moment when you stand alongside the biggest curtain of falling water in the world and get to fully appreciate why the Falls are known locally as the Smoke that Thunders. You visit this natural wonder either in the morning or the evening when the light is at its best.

On the way to the Falls you are taken past the 'Big Tree' where you can stop for photos. Then you are taken through the rainforest by a qualified guide who will give a brief history of the Falls themselves as well as detailing the flora, fauna, bird and wildlife and other points of interest. The guide will also make sure you visit the most spectacular areas of the waterfalls where you can capture the best images.

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11 Victoria Falls Tour

Victoria Falls Tour

12 Meet the People
Meet the People

fr £52pp

On this fascinating tour you visit an authentic rural village near Victoria Falls where you can see country life first hand and take a look inside some of the homes. You are taken to a village around 15 miles from Victoria Falls town where you are given the opportunity to watch local villagers going about their daily tasks. Talk to the families and watch them tending their fields and even help with some of the day-to-day chores.

No visit to Zimbabwe is complete without a trip to the stunning Victoria Falls. Nothing prepares you for the moment when you stand alongside the biggest curtain of falling water in the world and get to fully appreciate why the Falls are known locally as the Smoke that Thunders. It's best to see this natural wonder either in the morning or the evening when the light is at its best, but make sure you leave time for this Meet the People tour. .


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12 Meet the People

Meet the People

13 Pretoria Afternoon City Tour
Pretoria Afternoon City Tour

Get to Know the Capital fr £55pp

You can really get to know South Africa's capital city of Pretoria on this popular afternoon tour. You will visit the home of Paul Kruger, which is now a museum, be able to appreciate the beauty of the Union Buildings - the country's seat of Administrative Government - and view the huge Voortrekker Monument, dedicated to the original Transvaal settlers.

There are lots of things to see and do in Pretoria and if you take this tour in the autumn you can also revel in the beauties of the famous Jacaranda season, a spectacle which is unequaled anywhere in the world. Customers booking this tour, which begins at 1pm and ends around 5pm, can be picked up at any hotel in either Pretoria or Johannesburg or from Johannesburg International Airport.

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13 Pretoria Afternoon City Tour

Pretoria Afternoon City Tour

14 Half Day Cape of Good Hope Tour (Morning)
Half Day Cape of Good Hope Tour (Morning)

Hope for the Best fr £57pp

This is an awe-inspiring tour to the towering headland known as Cape Point, and along the way you pass magnificent beaches and historic and picturesque coastal villages. The Cape Peninsula is one of the world's most scenic areas and stretches from the city centre to Cape Point. You travel along the Atlantic Seaboard via Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay, stopping at a Llandudno look-out point before continuing to Hout Bay.
Then it's on through Chapman's Peak, one of the world's most breathtaking coastal drives, to Cape Point, the meeting point of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, where you visit Cape of Good Hope nature reserve. Then stop at historic Simon's Town, a village with charming Victorian architecture, a naval base and a large penguin colony at the beautiful Boulders Beach.

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14 Half Day Cape of Good Hope Tour (Morning)

Half Day Cape of Good Hope Tour (Morning)

15 Ra Ikane Sunset Cruise
Ra Ikane Sunset Cruise

fr £59pp

Enjoy a brief history of the Zambezi river with a cocktail in hand as you set out on this fabulous Sunset Cruise. Enjoy delicacies from the high tea selection, as well as other delectable nibbles and thirst-quenching drinks from the fully-stocked bar, while you sail along. Fashioned after David Livingstone’s exploration boat, the Ra-Ikane boats are named after the guide who accompanied Livingstone in his discovery of the Victoria Falls.


The design of the Ra-Ikane boats enables them to position passengers closer to the water, further up the Zambezi River, and closer to the banks in the shallow water; all of these features providing for unrivalled views of African wildlife. Pick up and return to hotels and all food and drink on board are included in the price of this not-to-be-missed tour while visiting the Victoria Falls.

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15 Ra Ikane Sunset Cruise

Ra Ikane Sunset Cruise

16 Full Day Cape Winelands Tour
Full Day Cape Winelands Tour

Travel well, like the wines fr £63pp

On a delightful drive you wind your way into the heart of the Cape Winelands, through superb mountain ranges, vineyards and Cape Dutch homesteads. Head off to the wine country and first stop at Stellenbosch, which boasts great beauty and culture and is steeped in history. Enjoy your first wine tasting of the day at the Waterford Estate

Then drive over the Helshoogte Pass to the town of Franschhoek, which dates back to the 17th century when the French Huguenots arrived. Billed as the gourmet capital of South Africa, this charming town, in a picturesque valley, retains a French Huguenot style. After lunch and wine tasting travel on to Paarl, one of the Cape's first farming districts where the last stop for the day is at a wine estate on the Paarl wine route.

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16 Full Day Cape Winelands Tour

Full Day Cape Winelands Tour

17 Get a Real Taste of Tangier
Get a Real Taste of Tangier

fr £74pp

Starting from your hotel, you are taken on a panoramic drive through various areas of the city. Travel along the main street which is the French quarter of the town and then see the Spanish quarter and the American quarter, called small California. Pass the horse riding school, the oldest golf course in Africa, the Christian cemetery, and drive up the mountain with seven palaces.
Then you drive along the Atlantic coast where you can stop for a fun camel ride. Back at the historical kasbah, medina and markets, your guide will take you on a walking tour and help you to discover the cultural part of Tangier visiting the former Sultan's Palace and gardens and the Museums of Antiquities and Moroccan Art. You even have time for a refreshing mint tea in a local cafe before the journey back.

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17 Get a Real Taste of Tangier

Get a Real Taste of Tangier

18 Cape Point and Peninsula Day Tour
Cape Point and Peninsula Day Tour

High hopes for Cape tour fr £74pp

Prepare for an awe-inspiring tour to the towering headland known as Cape Point. Magnificent beaches, breathtaking views, historic and picturesque coastal villages are to be seen along the way as you travel along the Atlantic Seaboard via Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay, stopping at a Llandudno look-out point and Hout Bay, a quaint village and fishing harbour, with magnificent mountain views and beach.

Drive on through Constantia Nek and 'Ou Kaapse Weg', on a breathtaking coastal drive to Cape Point and the Good Hope Nature Reserve, which has a wide variety of plant, bird and animal life. After lunch at a nearby restaurant go on to Simon's Town, a village with a naval base and a large penguin colony at Boulders Beach. This will be followed by a visit to the well-known Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

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18 Cape Point and Peninsula Day Tour

Cape Point and Peninsula Day Tour

19 Walk to Freedom Day Tour
Walk to Freedom Day Tour

In the footsteps of Mandela fr £76pp

If you are familiar with the story of Nelson Mandela, and who isn't, this full day tour visiting Robben Island, the townships of Cape Town and the Malay quarter is a must. “No easy road to freedom” was a central theme in most of the Mass Democratic Movement’s campaigns, from the early days through to the late 1980s, and you will hear about all aspects of the struggle against apartied.

Any understanding of present day conditions in South Africa is also greatly enhanced by taking this tour, which offers a wealth of insight into South African history. It includes a brief educational introduction to Cape Town, one of the world’s most varied and popular cities. Your tour also includes visits to Bo-Kaap, Langa Township and District Six as well as the famous prison on Robben Island where Mandela was held captive for so many years.

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19 Walk to Freedom Day Tour

Walk to Freedom Day Tour

20 La Marina Sunset Cruise
La Marina Sunset Cruise

Magical Evening fr £80pp

This adventure begins when you arrive at the La Marina jetty in the evening to board your Dhow. The journey begins with a leisurely sail into the inland waterways of Mtwapa Creek on this traditional Arab boat to experience the sun going down over the African wilderness. The cooking fires of the local villages scent the air with giant Baobab trees making superb sunset photograph opportunities.

Relax and enjoy on board entertainment and take in the lovely tropical scenery. As night falls torches are lit and the beat of cow hide drums set the scene for a spectacular Limbo and Acrobatic display followed by an authentic African fashion show. Masai warriors bearing flaming torches line the shore chanting their welcome ritual for the arrival back at La Marina Restaurant where dinner awaits.


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20 La Marina Sunset Cruise

La Marina Sunset Cruise

21 Mombasa City Tour
Mombasa City Tour

Town and Country fr £80pp

This visit to the old town reveals the rich culture and architectural heritage of Mombasa. See Fort Jesus, which was built by the Portuguese in the 16th Century, and walk along the narrow streets past ancient mosques and picturesque residential houses that evoke the islands medieval past. You will also see the old dhow harbour, visit the bazaar and the market.

Then drive through the Elephant Tusks on Moi Avenue and call in at the Akamba woodcarvers, where you can see the craftsmen at work and buy gifts and souvenirs. Then enjoy lunch at the Tamarind Restaurant or Dhow. In the afternoon, visit Dr. Rene Haller's Nature Park (Haller Park), a reforested home to many animals, which sits in some old quarries.

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21 Mombasa City Tour

Mombasa City Tour

22 Wasini Dhow Excursion
Wasini Dhow Excursion

Island Adventures fr £80pp

This full day excursion offers the widest variety of experiences, including a cruise on board a beautiful, Arabian Style dhow, all diving and snorkelling equipment provided. The traditionally dressed crew and captain welcome you on board then you sail away looking out for dolphins before beginning guided dives and swims in protected waters.

Fruits, water and juices are available on the Dhow and lunch is in a private restaurant on Wasini Island. Choices of traditional seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes are served followed by tropical fruits, Arabic coffee and traditional simsim sweets. The afternoon is free for you to enjoy relax around the lazy lagoon pool, visit the island community project or explore deep into the mangroves.

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22 Wasini Dhow Excursion

Wasini Dhow Excursion

23 Tamarind Evening Dhow Trip
Tamarind Evening Dhow Trip

Dine in Style fr £84pp

If you want to begin your holiday in style, or end it on a romantic note, this evening trip on a traditional Arab dhow is simply perfect. You slip away from the quayside sipping sundowner cocktails and enjoying nibbling appetisers as you sail to Tudor creek with the setting sun against the giant Baobab trees providing great photo opportunities .

This memorable evening on-board the Arab dhow includes a delightful meal prepared by the chefs from the Tamarind Restaurant and when you have finished dining there is entertainment provided by a a live band, playing popular tunes for dancing under the canopy of stars. After a great evening you return to your hotel around midnight.


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23 Tamarind Evening Dhow Trip

Tamarind Evening Dhow Trip

24 Hidden Sides of Marrakech
Hidden Sides of Marrakech

The Secret Life of the City fr £85pp

On this popular tour you have an exciting exploration of the hidden side of the old city of Marrakech. Begin by walking through one of the historical gates to the old Medina and discover the medieval way of life of its inhabitants as you stroll around this colourful area. Then visit the 16th century Ben Youssef theological school which is considered the highlight of the Moroccan architecture in Marrakech.

Later stop at a sumptuous Moorish palace that was once the home of a Moroccan minister until the end of the 19th century. See the archaeological site of the Almoravid dome which is the oldest monument in
Marrakech dating back to the early 12th century then discover the hidden quarters where the artisans have their workshops and make all sorts of local crafts which make great souvenirs.

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24 Hidden Sides of Marrakech

Hidden Sides of Marrakech

25 Private Port Elizabeth City Tour
Private Port Elizabeth City Tour

The Old and the New fr £88pp

On this historical, cultural and scenic orientation tour, you will see Port Elizabeth from its interesting beginnings to its present modern day splendour. On this private trip you visit No 7 Castle Hill Museum, the Donkin Reserve, the main educational institution of UPE, the Pier at Hobie Beach, the city centre, the Early Settler Museum, Fort Frederick and Settler's Park.

The third largest port in South Africa and the country's fifth biggest city, Port Elizabeth is ideally set on the beautiful beaches of Algoa Bay. Often referred to as 'The Friendly City', it has more than its fair share of warm water beaches, estuaries and rivers, providing superb watersports playgrounds. There are endless opportunities for surfing, deep sea angling, yachting, power-boating, boardsailing and diving.

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25 Private Port Elizabeth City Tour

Private Port Elizabeth City Tour

26 Private Township Tour
Private Township Tour

Learn About Township Life fr £88pp

On this fascinating tour you will learn all about South Africa's social history on a roller-coaster ride that brings you face-to-face with the harsh reality of the country's Apartheid past, and great successes of the present. The focus is on the most historical townships in Port Elizabeth, including New Brighton, which was established in 1903.

New Brighton was the first officially black residential area in Port Elizabeth. Other townships visited on the tour are Kwazakhele and Zwide. Along the way you will learn about life and history of the townships and meet talented artists at work, visit a community-run school and the Donkin Reserve. You will be picked up and returned to your city or Beachfront Hotels.

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26 Private Township Tour

Private Township Tour

27 Shakaland Zulu Experience
Shakaland Zulu Experience

Day with the Zulus fr £89pp

On this popular Durban tour you will feel the pulsating rhythm of mysterious and magical Africa as you re-live the excitement and romance of the days of Shaka, King of the Zulus. You will be collected early from your hotel in the city for your tour to Shakaland. Enjoy a two hour drive from Durban along the Dolphin Coast via Sibaya inland to the rural Zululand area.

Here you stop at Shakaland, a Zulu Kraal near Eshowe in the Nkwalini Valley. Then join in and experience a cultural programme of Zulu traditions which includes spear making, hut building, pottery and weaving. You will be enthralled and dazzled by the spectacular Zulu dance show and get a taste for local beer. Then enjoy a typical Zulu meal, buffet style, while being entertained by traditional singing and dancing before returning to Durban.

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27 Shakaland Zulu Experience

Shakaland Zulu Experience

28 Private Durban City Tour
Private Durban City Tour

Get to know the city fr £89pp

This fascinating tour is dedicated to the discovery of the many cultural and historical contrasts of this cosmopolitan South African city where east really does meet west. First you are driven along Durban's distinctive beachfront, known as the Golden Mile, past the beautiful art-deco buildings and Ushaka Marine World to The Point, which is at the harbour entrance.

Then drive along Victoria Embankment and through the heart of the city past buildings of historical significance such as the Natal Museum, City Hall and the Play House Theatre. Visit the colourful and lively Victoria Street Market which is always filled with the aromas of Indian spices. The tour ends with a 15 minute walk through the Botanic Gardens before returning to your hotel.

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28 Private Durban City Tour

Private Durban City Tour

29 Private Johannesburg City Tour
Private Johannesburg City Tour

See the city in private fr £93pp

There is no better to get to know Johannesburg and all that it has to offer than on this private and exclusive city tour which makes a great introduction to any visit. On this tour you explore the city which was founded by prospectors in the 1800's, and went on over the years to become the economic hub that drove the entire country.

On this informative tour you begin by driving through the Rainbow Nation's financial capital taking in the banking district, the Magistrate's Court and the Supreme Court. Visit the 'top of Africa' at the Carlton Centre for great views before heading to Museum Africa. Later drive through some of the most picturesque and avant-garde suburbs in the country before returning to your hotel.

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29 Private Johannesburg City Tour

Private Johannesburg City Tour

30 Fez Full Day Tour
Fez Full Day Tour

HATS OFF TO FEZ fr £95pp

Fez is the oldest royal city in Morocco. Founded in the 9th century, it is said to be the most complete medieval city of the Arab world as it has preserved all its ancient aspects and way of life. You take a guided tour stopping at food and spice markets, handicraft quarters, auction squares and colourful stores. You also visit a school and artisan workshops and discover the secrets of their ancestral arts.

In the afternoon visit the royal palace built in the late 19th century as a summer residence for the king Hassan where you see the central four parts garden and the museum of Fez traditional arts. From there continue to new Fez to discover what used to be the largest Jewish quarter in Morocco. Walk inside this interesting quarter to see the jewellery market and visit one of the 17th century synagogues.

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30 Fez Full Day Tour

Fez Full Day Tour

31 Private Soweto Half Day Tour
Private Soweto Half Day Tour

SEE THE FAMOUS TOWNSHIP fr £96pp

Soweto is the famous sprawling township, or more accurately, a cluster of townships on the south-western flank of Johannesburg where black people were relocated during apartheid. With a population of more than two million, it is the biggest black urban settlement in Africa with a rich political history and the scene of the 1976 student uprising that spread across the country.

On this private tour you visit all the key sites including Vilakazi Street and the Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum. Nelson Mandela's humble little house in Orlando West, now called the Mandela Family Museum, is an interesting stop and contains memorabilia and photographs. You also see the mansion belonging to Winnie Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu's house.

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31 Private Soweto Half Day Tour

Private Soweto Half Day Tour

32 Sandboard and Quad Bike Day Tour
Sandboard and Quad Bike Day Tour

Action adventure in the dunes fr £97pp

You will be picked up at your city hotel for this exciting day of adventure. Leave Cape Town and travel along the West Coast to Atlantis Nature Reserve where this fun filled day begins. An experienced instructor will take you through the basics of sand boarding and soon you will be cruising down the dunes at high speeds that will get your adrenaline flowing.

Enjoy lunch at the nature reserve and then its back to the action, this time on a high powered sand dune quad bike where you can speed up, down and along the face of the dunes under the watchful eye of the guides who will make sure your experience is safe as well as fun. Later return to your hotel via a drive along the beaches of Bloubergstrand.

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32 Sandboard and Quad Bike Day Tour

Sandboard and Quad Bike Day Tour

33 Private Valley of 1000 Hills
Private Valley of 1000 Hills

Head for the hills fr £101pp

This is a tour where you get to see great landscapes, appreciate local culture and view game all rolled into one. Drive out of the city through the western Durban suburbs and into the picturesque countryside of the Valley of a Thousand Hills where you will spend time learning about the history and lifestyle of the world famous Zulu tribes and their fearsome warriors.

First you are taken to visit a reconstructed Zulu village where you go into the traditional beehive shaped thatched huts, where the various artefacts, beliefs and rituals are explained, providing insight into the fascinating Zulu culture. Following an impressive tribal dancing show, you are taken on a guided tour of the Crocodile and Snake Park before returning to Durban.

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33 Private Valley of 1000 Hills

Private Valley of 1000 Hills

34 Whale Watching Tour
Whale Watching Tour

Watch whales and see Great Whites fr £112pp

You will be collected from your Cape Town Hotel and driven to Gansbaai. The adventure starts from the Kleinbaai Harbour, east of Danger Point, from where you move towards the Pearly Beach area to find the highest concentration of Southern Right whales which come to these calm bays every year from July to December to either, calve and nurse their young or to mate.

After spending time with these magnificent creatures you move on to Dyer Island to view the African penguins as well as various other seabirds. Behind Dyer Island visit Geyser Rock, which is home to about 60,000 Cape fur seals. Between these two Islands you are in Shark Alley, where you have a good chance of seeing a Great White close up.

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34 Whale Watching Tour

Whale Watching Tour

35 Hluhluwe Game Reserve Safari
Hluhluwe Game Reserve Safari

See the big five fr £123pp

Enjoy a full day of game viewing in a huge wildlife sanctuary for the opportunity of spotting animals including some or all of the Big Five - lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo. The Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve is renowned for its conservation efforts in saving the white rhino from extinction and you will learn all about this and other projects during your visit.

After an early morning departure from Durban you travel for around three hours to the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve where you spend the rest of the day watching for the aninals on a memorable safari. Enjoy lunch in the game park and return to Durban in the late afternoon. You must have at least one safari experience while visiting South Africa and this full day tour is a great start.

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35 Hluhluwe Game Reserve Safari

Hluhluwe Game Reserve Safari

36 Lesedi Cultural Tour
Lesedi Cultural Tour

Meet the tribes in their homes fr £127pp

Enjoy a visit to the Lesedi Cultural Village and experience the ethnic heart of Southern Africa at this unique venue. Take a tour around the many cultural diversities of the Rainbow Nation in a natural environment, enjoying their delicious cuisine and tribal dancing, and meet the Chief in his Royal Kraal. The lodge is a multi-cultural village set among the pristine bushveld and rocky hills a short drive north of Johannesburg.

You will see five traditional homesteads - the Zulus with their fighting sticks and cosy beehive huts, the Xhosa with their perfectly thatched 'rondawels', the rhythmic drums and whistles of the Pedi tribe, the conical straw hats of the Basotho and the colourful homes of the Ndebele. This trip is ideal for anyone wanting an adventure that reveals the mystical cultures and traditions of the people of Africa.

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36 Lesedi Cultural Tour

Lesedi Cultural Tour

37 In the Footsteps Of The Romans
In the Footsteps Of The Romans

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE ROMANS fr £127pp

Drive across the Saiss plain to Meknes, a medieval city rebuilt by the king, Moulay Ismail, in the 17th century to become his capital. Being one of the Imperial cities of Morocco, Meknes has lots of monuments and you see the granary and stables next to a huge reservoir, the mausoleum, Bab El Mansour gate, the most beautiful in North Africa, and walk to El Hdim square with its food market and museum.

In the afternoon, drive north towards the mountains of Zerhoun to visit Moulay Idriss, the holiest town for the Muslims in Morocco, where the first king is buried. After that, start a walking visit of Volubilis, the Roman capital of Morocco built more than 2,000 years ago, where you can admire one of the most beautiful collections of mosaics. Then drive back to Fes via the village of Zgouta through more scenic countryside.


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37 In the Footsteps Of The Romans

In the Footsteps Of The Romans

38 Cape Riviera & Whale Watching
Cape Riviera & Whale Watching

Whale watching and fine wines fr £133pp

August to November is usually the best time to see the Southern Right Whale in the waters around Cape Town and Walker Bay at Hermanus is an ideal place for whale watching. These mammals, which often come as close as 50 meters from the shore, are given to displays of breaching, lobtailing, spyhopping and courtship rituals, and today you may see them all.

Leave Cape Town via Elgin, which is the heart of the apple industry, en route to Hermanus, stopping at the Old Harbour Museum. Then travel to the Hamilton Russell Vineyards established in 1981 when he selected the most suitable and southerly vineyards in the Cape to produce the country's top cool climate wines. Then take a scenic drive to Kleinmond, for a visit to the Harold Porter Botanical Gardens.

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38 Cape Riviera & Whale Watching

Cape Riviera & Whale Watching

39 A Full Day City Tour Marrakech
A Full Day City Tour Marrakech

See All the City Sights fr £133pp

There is no better way to see the real Marrakech than on this full day tour. This 900 year old city has been a gateway to the Sahara desert and a major caravan centre where traders and travellers from different parts of the world would meet. Marrakesh has a rich history and an ancestral tradition of hospitality. Start your discovery tour from the 12th century archaeological site of the Koutoubia mosque.

Take Bab Agnaou gate to visit the historical Saadian Tombs and walk through the 12th century Kasbah with its food market, bakeries and narrow alleyways. Visit the Bahia palace and discover the intricate work done by the local artisans. Take a stroll inside the Jewish quarter and stop every now and then to haggle over the price of different items in the Souks and end your tour at the UNESCO world heritage site of Jemaa El Fna.

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39 A Full Day City Tour Marrakech

A Full Day City Tour Marrakech

40 Mahatma Gandhi, Private Tour
Mahatma Gandhi, Private Tour

In the Footsteps of Gandhi fr £135pp

Both inspiring and informative, this private tour traces the steps of Mahatma Gandhi during his time in Johannesburg, from his first arrival in the south of the city to central Johannesburg, where a plethora of buildings mark his influence. Visit landmarks of potent historical value that created the spark of the Satyagraha movement while also enjoying a general city orientation tour.

Stop at Hamidia Mosque, made famous as the site where Gandhi led the first burning of passes on August 16, 1908. Continue to Museum Africa which is a social and cultural history museum where the Gandhi exhibition shows the places connected to the struggle against discrimination. Then stop at Constitution Hill where Gandhi was imprisoned four times and at Satyagraha House, his home for a year.

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40 Mahatma Gandhi, Private Tour

Mahatma Gandhi, Private Tour

41 Shark Cage Diving Tour
Shark Cage Diving Tour

Jaw dropping experience fr £138pp

You know they are there, lurking beneath the waves, but how about coming face to face with one! On this memorable Shark Cage Diving tour you will be picked up from your city hotel and driven to Gansbaai. Breakfast is included in the price and is provided before the boat launch so you won't be at all hungry . . . even if those huge sharks out in the ocean are.


You are fitted with comfortable inflatable life-jackets and given a safety briefing before arriving at the anchoring spot in 20 to 25 minutes. The anchor is lowered and the cage goes into the water, a scent trail is made and then you settle down. Final preparations for the diving is made and the rest of the day is spent watching, diving and enjoying seeing these amazing creatures in their natural environment.



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41 Shark Cage Diving Tour

Shark Cage Diving Tour

42 Sani Pass 4WD Adventure
Sani Pass 4WD Adventure

Hit the high ground fr £140pp

Experience the magnificent Drakensberg Mountains and spectacular scenery as you wind your way up the historic Sani Pass and into Lesotho - land of the 'People of the Blanket'. After an early morning pick up from your Durban hotel, travel inland past Pietermaritzburg and through the Natal Midlands. On arrival at the foothills of the Southern Drakensberg you change to a 4x4 vehicle.

Then travel up the steep and spectacular Sani Pass, up into the 'Roof of Africa'. As you rise over the escarpment you cross over into the Mountainous Kingdom of Lesotho. Enjoy the opportunity of visiting a traditional Basotho village and learn about the traditions and way of life. Taste some local beer and bread before having lunch at the highest pub in Africa. You arrive back at your hotel in the early evening.

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42 Sani Pass 4WD Adventure

Sani Pass 4WD Adventure

43 Gardens in the City Tour
Gardens in the City Tour

Get Back to Nature fr £144pp

For a great escape from the bustle of the city, without having to venture too far, this day is dedicated to visiting three of the most prominent gardens in and around Johannesburg. The tour not only explores the natural beauty of areas that conserve the botanical heritage of South Africa, but also the fauna and bird species that call these gardens home.

After being picked up from your hotel you are first taken to the Montecasino Bird Garden where you will see lots of exotic species. Next stop is the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens which has flowers and wildlife from all over the country. Then your last visit on this popular tour, which is ideal for nature lovers, is the impressive Brenthurst Garden.

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43 Gardens in the City Tour

Gardens in the City Tour

44 Private Addo Elephant Park Safari
Private Addo Elephant Park Safari

Day with the elephants fr £146pp

Deep within the shadows of the dense valley bushveld of the Sundays River region lies the Addo Elephant National Park. The original elephant section of the park was proclaimed in 1931, when only 11 elephants remained in the area. Today this finely tuned ecosystem is sanctuary to more than 420 elephants, 450 Cape buffalo, black rhino and antelope, as well as the unique flightless dung beetle, found almost exclusively in Addo.

It can be easy to just relax in the sunshine or travel around the many local sights while staying in Port Elizabeth, but this private trip around the famous wildlife park is a real must while staying in the city. You are taken on a drive right around the national park making a stop for lunch at a picnic area overlooking a waterhole where you have a great chance to see lots of the animals.

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44 Private Addo Elephant Park Safari

Private Addo Elephant Park Safari

45 Newtown & Public Art, Private Tour
Newtown & Public Art, Private Tour

Pictures in a Landscape fr £148pp

This tour is an exploration of the public art in inner city Johannesburg that celebrates the colourful culture, history, and heritage of the city. Part of the tour includes street art which creates a meaningful appreciation of Joburg's culture and artistic expression. Lunch at Gramadoelas Restaurant is included and, if time allows, you can end with a visit to artists' studios in Newtown.

Public art provides a means of celebrating Johannesburg's unique culture and diverse communities offering shared symbols which build social cohesion, contribute to civic pride and help forge a positive identity for the city. Through this art, the city projects its collective vision. This exciting trip also provides opportunity for a personal photographic record of inner city art and architecture.


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45 Newtown & Public Art, Private Tour

Newtown & Public Art, Private Tour

46 Victoria Falls Helicopter Flight 12 mins
Victoria Falls Helicopter Flight 12 mins

Soar above the falls fr £153pp

No visit to the beautiful African country of Zimbabwe is complete without a trip to the stunning Victoria Falls. Nothing prepares you for the moment when you experience the biggest curtain of falling water in the world and get to fully appreciate why the Falls are known locally as the Smoke that Thunders. And there is no more thrilling way to see the Falls than from high above them.

On this helicopter flight you get a perfect bird's eye view of the Victoria Falls and the Zambezi River. Your helicopter is designed so all passengers have a great panoramic view. There are also longer 15-minute flights that take you downstream over the Batoka Gorge and upstream over the Mosi Oa Tunya National Park, with an opportunity to see game in the park below.

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46 Victoria Falls Helicopter Flight 12 mins

Victoria Falls Helicopter Flight 12 mins

47 Chobe Safari Day Trip
Chobe Safari Day Trip

Beauty of Botswana fr £162pp

This full day trip departs daily from Victoria Falls to the Chobe National Park in Botswana. You will be transferred to the Kazungula border where your Botswana guide will be waiting to greet you. From here you proceed straight to the river where you will spend the morning game viewing from a boat along the Chobe River where you should see lots of wildlife.

After the morning cruise you are taken taken to a hotel on the riverbank for lunch. In the afternoon you board safari vehicles for an afternoon game drive in the Chobe National Park where you may see some or all of the Big Five- lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo. After the game drive you are taken back to the Kazangula Border where to meet your Zimbabwean guide for the return transfer to Victoria Falls.

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47 Chobe Safari Day Trip

Chobe Safari Day Trip

48 Traditional Cooking tour
Traditional Cooking tour

GET YOUR TASTE BUDS TINGLING fr £170pp

This culinary exploration is led by a Dada and an English speaking guide. A Dada is a lady who specialises in private Moroccan traditional cooking and practices at wedding ceremonies and other important family events. Walk inside the old Medina and stop at one of the traditional bakeries, see the furnace that heats the local public steam bath and where locals bring stewed lamb or beef called "Tangia”, to be slow cooked in the ashes.

You then explore food markets to learn about the herbs and spices used in Moroccan cooking and enjoy a Marrakech herbal tea on one of the roof terraces. Then at the main square of Jemaa El Fna you can stroll around the stalls before going to the former home of the French designer Pierre Balmain, which is now run as an upscale restaurant, where you learn more about cooking from the chef Moha, who is a celebrity in Morocco


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48 Traditional Cooking tour

Traditional Cooking tour

49 Private Constantia Wine Tour
Private Constantia Wine Tour

Taste the Very Best Wines fr £174pp

Constantia is the birthplace of the wine farming industry in South Africa. Located just 20 minutes from Cape Town’s city bowl, it is breathtakingly beautiful, with vineyards that stretch up the eastern slopes of the mountainside. As you drive through this historical valley, you see why the first Governor of the Cape chose this spot to build his farm, Constantia. The route is an easy day trip and the farms have quality restaurants.

On this tour you enjoy some quality wine tasting at some of the area's top estates including Groot Constantia, whose distinguished history dates back to 1685, and includes the supply of wines in early 19th century to Napoleon Bonaparte. During the day you will taste some of the Cape’s most sublime vintages and spend time in some of the best estates in this famous wine growing area.

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49 Private Constantia Wine Tour

Private Constantia Wine Tour

50 Cycling Cape of Good Hope
Cycling Cape of Good Hope

Put on your Cycling Cape fr £190pp

Leave your hotel in the early morning and travel along the spectacular Atlantic Seaboard, past Hout Bay and via the picturesque Chapman's Peak Drive to the Noordhoek Farm Village. Renowned for long white sandy beaches, vast wetlands and milkwood forest, the area boasts a relaxed laid-back lifestyle and is a favourite with artists. Here you have some light refreshments before your cycle trip around the cape.

At the Cape of Good Hope Reserve you first cycle along the winding road to the historical landmark of Cape Point, the most south-western point of Africa, which is home to an array of birds and wildlife. Enjoy views from Cape Point Lighthouse and have lunch at the naval hamlet of Simon's Town. Then stop at Boulders Beach to see the penguin colony before swimming at a lovely beach, returning to Cape Town late afternoon.




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50 Cycling Cape of Good Hope

Cycling Cape of Good Hope

51 Pilansberg Safari Day Tour
Pilansberg Safari Day Tour

Chance to see the Big Five fr £200pp

Magnificent Pilanesberg National Park is the fourth largest in southern Africa. This malaria-free wildlife haven is perched on the eroded vestiges of an alkaline volcanic crater - one of only three such craters in the world. On this exciting tour you are picked up from your hotel in Johannesburg in the early morning and driven out to the national park.

On the safari that follows you can expect to see some or all of the Big Five - lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino - and you could well come across cheetah, hippo, crocodile and even sable during your game drive. A short stop is made at a bush camp to enjoy brunch before continuing on the remainder of your drive in open top vehicles. After a great day of wildlife viewing return to the city as the sun sets.


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51 Pilansberg Safari Day Tour

Pilansberg Safari Day Tour

52 Sea Kayaking & Cape Point Tour
Sea Kayaking & Cape Point Tour

KAYAK OFF THE CAPE fr £207pp

Leave your city based hotel and travel to the naval hamlet of Simon's Town which is located on the False Bay coast of the Cape Peninsula where you begin your sea kayaking adventure. Paddle past the civilian and Naval Harbour and out to Boulders Beach where you see the famous penguins before stopping on a lovely semi-private beach for refreshments, swimming and snorkeling.

The double kayaks are perfect for those with no experience and you may see whales as you paddle along before stopping for lunch at a seaside restaurant. Then travel to the stunning Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve below Table Mountain, which you can explore on foot or mountain bike seeing lighthouse and Cape of Good Hope before being driven back along the beautiful coast route to Cape Town.

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52 Sea Kayaking & Cape Point Tour

Sea Kayaking & Cape Point Tour

53 Hot Air Balloon
Hot Air Balloon

Soar Above the Desert fr £217pp

This amazing adventure offers you an unforgettable and safe experience as you soar above the Moroccan landscape. Weather conditions permitting, you leave before sunrise to the open beautiful countryside north of the oasis of Marrakech. Watch the balloon preparation and inflation before you board and then go where the wind takes you for a memorable hour's flight.

Enjoy the views as you fly over villages and stunning desert like landscapes. In the meantime your highly qualified pilot is constantly in radio contact with the retrieve crew who are following your progress in 4X4 vehicles. After landing you will be invited for a traditional breakfast in a local home of one of the Berber
villages you flew above. After this wonderful experience you are taken back to your hotel.

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53 Hot Air Balloon

Hot Air Balloon

54 Victoria Falls Helicopter Flight 25 mins
Victoria Falls Helicopter Flight 25 mins

Take to the air fr £274pp

No visit to the beautiful African country of Zimbabwe is complete without a trip to the stunning Victoria Falls. Nothing prepares you for the moment when you experience the biggest curtain of falling water in the world and get to fully appreciate why the Falls are known locally as the Smoke that Thunders. But there is no more thrilling way to see the Falls than from high above them.

On this 25 minute helicopter flight you get a perfect bird's eye view of the Victoria Falls and the Zambezi River. Your helicopter is designed so all passengers have a great view. There vare alos 15-minute flights that take you downstream over the Batoka Gorge and upstream over the Mosi Oa Tunya National Park, with an opportunity to see game right below you.

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54 Victoria Falls Helicopter Flight 25 mins

Victoria Falls Helicopter Flight 25 mins

55 Arusha City Tour
Arusha City Tour

GET TO KNOW ARUSHA

On this comprehensive tour you are first picked up from your hotel in Arusha town and driven to the Clock Tower, which is strategically located at the centre of Africa on a line between Cairo and Cape Town. Walk through Boma Road and visit the musuem where you can learn about the history of the origins of mankind and how Tanzania operated under German rule.

From here you drive to the colourful central market for a short visit to see all the fruits and vegetables that are grown in the country and watch the locals buying and selling produce. Then you are taken back to your hotel in the town via the Uhuru Road. This popular guided tour is a great way to get to know Arusha and its people and is well worth taking while spending time in Tanzania.

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55 Arusha City Tour

Arusha City Tour

56 Arusha National Park Day Trip
Arusha National Park Day Trip

A DAY IN THE PARK

On this great day trip you are picked up from your hotel in Arusha town and driven out to Arusha National Park. This huge park has terrain ranging from open savannah through acacia scrublands to Afro-montane cloud and rain forest and alpine vegetation similar to Mount Kilimanjaro. There are several alkaline lakes as well as the spectacular Ngurdoto Crater.

As you travel along expect to see elephant, buffalo, various primates, giraffe and leopard. Hiking is allowed if accompanied by an armed guard and the climb up Mount Meru is superb, often giving the best views available of Mount Kilimanjaro. Mount Meru is the fifth highest mountain in Africa and is located in the Arusha National Park. Lunch is served at Momela Wildlife Lodge and you return to your hotel in the evening.

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56 Arusha National Park Day Trip

Arusha National Park Day Trip

57 Bomas of Kenya
Bomas of Kenya

Bomas is a real bonus

Bomas is a series of homesteads just seven miles from the city centre that reflects Kenya's cocktail of cultures. It was started by the government in 1971 to preserve, maintain and promote the rich diverse cultural values of various ethnic groups. Acting as a tourist attraction centre, Bomas of Kenya is expected to preserve the authenticity of the country's cultural values and portray them in the purest form.

You will be treated to a rich traditional music and dance show at this cultural centre that offers you a first hand experience of the lifestyle of many of Kenya's tribal groups. See handicrafts displayed at the centre and tour some of the many homesteads which have been faithfully re-created for visitors to see traditional village life. All the dancing, music and folklore tales are performed in a splendid arena.

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57 Bomas of Kenya

Bomas of Kenya

58 Saddle up for a Camel Ride
Saddle up for a Camel Ride

SHIPS OF THE DESERT

While holidaying in Morocco it is well worth taking this amusing family oriented excursion to discover the area of Essaouira . . . as well as learning to ride a camel. Make sure you have your camera at hand to get memorable pictures as each person comes to grips with balancing on the backs of these 'ships of the desert' before starting the tour.

You are taken on an easy loop out on the beaten paths seeing all the fauna and the flora along the Atlantic coast and meet shepherds and local fishermen. This is a very slow and peaceful excursion in the company of these docile animals and the good supervision and care of our local guide who will help you discover this beautiful region of his home country.

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58 Saddle up for a Camel Ride

Saddle up for a Camel Ride

59 Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage
Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage

Jumbo treat in store

The Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage is situated on the outskirts of Nairobi, around a 45 minute drive from the city and makes a wonderful visit while staying in Kenya's capital city. The Sanctuary is run by Daphne Sheldrick herself and is set in the grounds of her house making the whole operation a real family affair and this is one experience you won't forget.

Here you will see the orphaned animals and meet the people who handle and care for them. It’s an interesting excursion and the dedicated team who run the orphanage are always willing to spend time answering any questions guests have to ask. Have your picture taken with the elephants and learn all about how they are cared for before being returned to the wild.

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59 Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage

Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage

60 Dar e Salaam City Tour
Dar e Salaam City Tour

SEE ALL THE SIGHTS

Your driver will pick you up from your hotel and take you through the city centre of Dar es Salaam towards Mnazi Moja Park where you can see a replica of the Uhuru Torch Monument. The original one was erected on Mt. Kilimanjaro to commemorate freedom from colonialism that came with independence. Continue with your sightseeing drive, heading to a village museum, Tinganga market and the Mwenge Carvings Market.

Then at the national museum you will be able to see historical and archaeological items, among them Louis and Mary Leakey’s findings from Olduvai Gorge. These human fossils displayed in the Hall of Man include the skull of the so called Nutcracker Man. There is also a collection of tribal ornaments, headdresses, witchcraft paraphernalia and traditional musical instruments collected from various regions in Tanzania.

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60 Dar e Salaam City Tour

Dar e Salaam City Tour

61 Dinner at the Carnivore Restaurant
Dinner at the Carnivore Restaurant

Meat up for dinner

The Carnivore Restaurant is one of Africa’s greatest eating experiences, which is famous for its succulent steaks, barbecue dishes and great African hospitality. A visit to this Nairobi eating establishment is an excellent complement to any holiday and this is the perfect spot for you to enjoy welcome or farewell meals when holidaying in Kenya.

As the name would suggest, the Carnivore Restaurant specialises in meat dishes of all kinds and the generous portions make this a real meal to remember. Delicious barbequed and skewered vegetarian meals are also available so there's no need to miss out on the experience if you are not a great meat eater. A visit to this fun restaurant is ideal for all the family.

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61 Dinner at the Carnivore Restaurant

Dinner at the Carnivore Restaurant

62 Dinner at Nyama Choma Ranch, Safari Park Hotel
Dinner at Nyama Choma Ranch, Safari Park Hotel

Dinner with a difference

Essentially Kenyan in both atmosphere and cuisine, the Nyama Choma Ranch offers a stunning selection of roasted barbecued meats - sizzling hot - presented on skewers and carved at your table, accompanied by jacket potatoes, crispy salads and tasty dips. Choose from prime Kenyan steak, succulent chicken, traditionally roasted mutton… and there are also plenty of vegetarian options too.

The Nyama Choma Ranch also features one of the most evocative stage shows in Africa. See a compelling kaleidoscope of beat, colour, costume, culture, acrobatics and raw excitement as the sleek and sensual Safari Cats perform dances with a difference. With its own stage, state-of-the-art lighting and sound, the ranch plays host to Nairobi’s premiere cabaret and makes for a great night out.

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62 Dinner at Nyama Choma Ranch, Safari Park Hotel

Dinner at Nyama Choma Ranch, Safari Park Hotel

63 Full Day City Tour with Lunch at Carnivore
Full Day City Tour with Lunch at Carnivore

A lot to pack in

Situated 150 miles south of the equator, Nairobi is the capital of Kenya and boasts one of the finest climates in the world. On this tour you'll pass by modern day landmarks including the law courts, parliament buildings and the uniquely shaped Kenyatta International Conference Centre and perhaps pick up a few bargains at the colourful city market.

Nairobi has three excellent museums offering an insight into the fauna, culture and history of Kenya and the Snake Park has a wide variety of reptiles to see. Then you are taken to the Carnivore Restaurant for lunch before heading out of town to the suburb of Karen, with the Ngong Hills as a backdrop. Here at the Karen Blixen Museum, you will feel as if you have been swept immediately onto the film set of Out of Africa. Then visit a giraffe centre before returning to your hotel.

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63 Full Day City Tour with Lunch at Carnivore

Full Day City Tour with Lunch at Carnivore

64 Full Day Game Drive at Amakhala Reserve
Full Day Game Drive at Amakhala Reserve

Chance to See the Big Five

This full day tour from Port Elizabeth gives you the chance of a complete wildlife experience. At the Amakhala Private Game Reserve you will see lots of wildlife in a diverse landscape and as well as having the chance to spot the Big Five - lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino - you can watch black wildebeest, cheetah, giraffe, zebra and numerous other antelope.

The reserve offers a range of morning and evening safaris, as well as other activities when you can appreciate the fascinating flora, fauna and bird life of the Eastern Cape. You meet at Reed Valley for a short orientation and welcome drinks before enjoying a game drive through the reserve including a stop for a sumptuous lunch, before taking a tranquil river cruise, followed by another safari through other areas.

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64 Full Day Game Drive at Amakhala Reserve

Full Day Game Drive at Amakhala Reserve

65 Gold Reef City Tour
Gold Reef City Tour

As good as gold

On this fun tour you have a wonderful opportunity to descend into a vast gold mine at Gold Reef City, named after the richness upon which the city of Johannesburg was built. Watch a gold pour, see the miners carry out their traditional tribal and gum boot dancing and learn a bit of their specially devised mine language - which is still used today to cover the many and diverse tribes who worked here.

As you stroll through this fascinating theme park you can reflect on the life of the mining town at the turn of the last century and discover the intriguing Jozi Story of Gold. This is a great day out for all the family as there is plenty to see and do at Gold Reef City for young and old alike. All you have to do is to remember to wear comfortable walking shoes.



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65 Gold Reef City Tour

Gold Reef City Tour

66 Nairobi National Park Safari
Nairobi National Park Safari

Go on safari

One must thing to do when on holiday in Kenya is to take at least one safari. And you won't have to travel far out of Nairobi to experience the fun and excitement of a game drive seeing so much of the wonderful wildlife. For just eight miles out of the city centre is Nairobi National Park, which is the country's oldest park and one that is small enough for you to guarantee lots of animal encounters.

Established around 1946, it’s a real contrast to the hustle and bustle of the city. With more than 500 varieties of birds recorded and more than 100 mammal species, it makes for a great early morning or afternoon’s game drive. Common sightings include zebra, giraffe, buffalo, ostrich, gazelle, eland, hippo, vulture and lion. This is also a great place to see the rare black rhino.

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66 Nairobi National Park Safari

Nairobi National Park Safari

67 Island Hopping Cruise
Island Hopping Cruise

HOP OFF TO SEE THE ISLANDS

This relaxing island hopping excursion departs daily from Forodhani Garden for Prison Island, where you visit the old slave prison ruins and see the Aldabra’s giant tortoise, once owned by the Sultan Said Majid. Then there is time to play with starfish on the beach before setting sail again on a Swahili dhow to Pange Island, on the way enjoying a breakfast with ginger spiced tea, juices, home made bread and tropical fruit.

Isolated Pange Island is covered twice a day by high tide, and is an astonishing white sandbank surrounded by crystalline water, making it the ideal place to relax and go snorkelling to discover some of the treasures of the Indian Ocean. Later a buffet lunch is served on the sandbank featuring Swahili cuisine, Italian cheese, soft drinks and white wine. This island hopping cruise makes a memorable day out.

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67 Island Hopping Cruise

Island Hopping Cruise

68 Jozani Forest Tour
Jozani Forest Tour

MONKEY BUSINESS

On this great nature tour you are picked up and taken to Jozani Forest, the largest conservation area in Zanzibar and the only remaining natural mangrove forest on the island. The Jozani Chwaka Bay Conservation Area is renowned for its hairy ape residents, the Red Columbus Monkey, and visitors to the island come from far and wide to see this highly endangered primate.

Owing to large-scale cultivation, firewood collection, harvesting building materials and charcoal and lime making, Zanzibar's forests have been largely depleted, making the Jozani Chwaka Bay conservation area a significant natural landscape. Nature lovers can walk through the 100 different towering tree species and marvel at the rich variety of birds and small animals that inhabit this cool woodland area.

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68 Jozani Forest Tour

Jozani Forest Tour

69 Lake Manyara National Park Day Trip
Lake Manyara National Park Day Trip

Magnificent Manyara

On this full day tour you are collected from your hotel in Arusha town and driven out to Lake Manyara. This is one of the most diverse of Tanzania’s national parks, a combination of Rift valley lake, dense woodlands and steep mountainside. Manyara is a birding paradise with more than 380 species, and the forests are one of the best places around to see those elusive leopards.

Lions hunt on the grassy shores of the lake and are known for their habit of climbing trees, and you may be lucky enough to see this. The park can easily be seen in a day and is one of the country's most popular safari destinations along with Serengeti, Tarangire and Ngorongoro. Lunch is included in the trip and you will be taken back to your hotel after this exciting day's game viewing.

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69 Lake Manyara National Park Day Trip

Lake Manyara National Park Day Trip

70 Take a Ride to the Garden
Take a Ride to the Garden

On this fun and memorable trip you meet your local guide and “caleche” driver for a charming tour around the majestic ramparts of Marrakech. Travel through the crowded streets of the Medina to the enchanting Majorelle Garden at a sedate pace with the clip-clop of the horse's hooves providing a relaxing background to your colourful journey.

Take your time in the famous garden created by the orientalist painter Jacques Majorelle, which houses a collection of plants from around the world, which flourish amid elegant ornamental ponds, and an Art Deco villa. The garden is home to more than 15 bird species and has an amazing collection of cacti. Since 1980 the garden has been owned by the late Yves Saint Laurent and you will see his collection of Berber antiques.

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70 Take a Ride to the Garden

Take a Ride to the Garden

71 Mombasa Shopping Trip
Mombasa Shopping Trip

Shop til you Drop

If you like to take home souvenirs and search for exotic gifts this popular half day shopping trip to Mombasa Town is ideal. The town dates back to the 12th century when spice traders arrived from Arabia. First visit the historic old quarter, dominated by the medieval Fort Jesus, which was built by the Portuguese in the 16th Century.

See ancient mosques as you walk along the bustling streets stopping at lots of the craft and souvenir shops dotted along the narrow alleyways of the Old Town. Along the way you stop to visit the Akamba wood carvers where you have the opportunity to see the craftsmen at work and buy some of their creations. Then return to your hotel in time for lunch.

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71 Mombasa Shopping Trip

Mombasa Shopping Trip

72 Nairobi Shopping Expedition
Nairobi Shopping Expedition

Go hunting for a bargain

Fond memories of your time in Africa might last you a lifetime but friends and family are going to expect more when you return home. East Africa has exceptional artists that carve a variety of items ranging from animals to Maasai warriors. And beautiful gemstones that are mined in Kenya and Tanzania can be bought at great bargain prices while staying in Nairobi.

You will be doing your bargain hunting in style because on this Nairobi shopping expedition you will be picked up from your hotel by a driver and guide who will take you to all the best places and help you find those perfect gifts. You can have a really fun day haggling over prices and deals with the good humoured shop owners and after you are driven back to your hotel with all those lovely souvenirs.

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72 Nairobi Shopping Expedition

Nairobi Shopping Expedition

73 Prison Island with Giant Tortoises
Prison Island with Giant Tortoises

TORTOISES ARE A BIG HIT

Prison Island is one of the nearest islands from Stone Town, just 20 minutes by boat. It is also known as Changuu Island. Birds abound and twitchers will find plenty of species to delight them. The island's original use was as a prison and later it was taken over to be used as a quarantine station by the British Army. Another prison was built but never used. Today the island is a great destination for a day trip.

It has some excellent coral formations just offshore where you can go snorkelling. Another main attraction is the giant tortoises which are more than 100 years old. These tortoises are only found on this island and are not indigenous to continental Africa, having been brought here from the Seychelles. Some of the tortoises at Prison Island were rescued from poachers and on this tour you will get to meet them.

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73 Prison Island with Giant Tortoises

Prison Island with Giant Tortoises

74 Private Architectural Tour
Private Architectural Tour

See the Famous Buildings

Johannesburg has benefited from visionaries of the likes of Sir Herbert Baker and this fascinating tour traces his architectural legacy around the city. During the day you will visit iconic buildings that have been awarded world heritage status that bear the imprint of this most renowned name in South African architecture. And on this private tour you will have the services of a local guide.

First stop after being picked up from your downtown hotel is Pilrig House, then it's on to St Margaret's followed by a visit to The View. You are then taken to Munro Drive Scenic View before ending the trip at Northword. There is so much to see and do when staying in the exciting city of Johannesburg, and for lovers of architecture this tour is a real must.

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74 Private Architectural Tour

Private Architectural Tour

75 Private Winelands Full Day Tour
Private Winelands Full Day Tour

Into the Heart of the Winelands

On this full day tour you leave Cape Town on a delightful drive to the heart of the Cape Winelands through superb mountain ranges, vineyards and see Cape Dutch homesteads. Walk down the canal-lined avenues at Stellenbosch in the shade of giant oak trees and beautifully preserved historic buildings. With the sheer vastness of the wine estates on offer, you are truly spoilt for choice.

You travel over the Helshooote Pass to the town of Franschhoek, which is known as the gourmet capital of South Africa and enjoy wine tasting there as well as sampling the fabled culinary skills of the local chefs. Then travel on to Paarl and stop at another wine estate for more tastings before returning to the city after an enthralling day in the countryside.

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75 Private Winelands Full Day Tour

Private Winelands Full Day Tour

76 Safari Blue Day Cruise
Safari Blue Day Cruise

OUT OF THE BLUE

The original and the best Safari Blue is a full day excursion using locally made traditional sailing dhows carrying six passengers. The excursion starts at the fishing village of Fumba, 30 minutes drive from Stone Town in the southwest corner of the island and is an ideal spot to explore Menai Bay, which has a number of beautiful uninhabited islands and is frequented by humpback and bottlenose dolphins.

Later stop on a sandbank for a guided snorkelling trip before enjoying lunch on a desert island on teak picnic tables set up in the shade of some tamarind trees. Lunch is a traditional Zanzibari meal and includes a selection of grilled fish, slipper lobster, squid, and rice, tamarind and coriander sauces followed by a selection of tropical fruits.

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76 Safari Blue Day Cruise

Safari Blue Day Cruise

77 Utamaduni & Kazuri Bead Factory Shopping Trip
Utamaduni & Kazuri Bead Factory Shopping Trip

Keep a beady eye on shops

Utamaduni, meaning culture, tradition and folklore, is situated close to the Karen Blixen Museum, the Giraffe Centre, the Daphne Sheldrick Animal Orphanage, the Nairobi National Park and Kazuri Beads. It encompasses the best of African crafts and is dedicated to supporting craftsmen and women from all over Kenya as well as various charities including the Street Boys, who have their own shop in the centre.

There is a small restaurant at Utamaduni where you can stop for a quick bite before your visit to the Kazuri bead factory, which also produces top quality handmade and hand painted ceramic jewellery and pottery. The workshop has been set up to empower women in need by employing them and teaching them a skill. This excursion is a perfect add on for anyone arriving at midday from their safari.

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77 Utamaduni & Kazuri Bead Factory Shopping Trip

Utamaduni & Kazuri Bead Factory Shopping Trip

78 Spice Tour
Spice Tour

SPICE UP YOUR HOLIDAY

Since the abolition of the slave trade, spices have been at the heart of Zanzibar's economy. The sheer variety highlights the island's strategic location as well as the depth of its cultural interaction. And no holiday here is complete without a visit to one of the spice farms. On this tour you see the different spices and learn how they are used in cooking, medicine and cosmetics.

From the punch of a chilli to the refreshing succulence of green coconut flesh, this tour will awaken your senses and you can buy exclusive spices straight from the source. Finally you visit the Kidichi Persian Baths that were built by the first Sultan of Zanzibar in 1850 and Maruhubi Palace Ruins built by the third Sultan especially for housing 99 of his harem.

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Spice Tour

79 Stone Town - City Tour and Shopping
Stone Town - City Tour and Shopping

SEE THE SLAVE MARKET

This three and a half-hour tour begins with a visit to Zanzibar’s colourful market. Alive with the buzz of locals bartering fresh vegetables and baskets of tropical fruit, among the heady smell of exotic fruits, you visit the cathedral which was built in 1874. The cathedral signifies a potent time in Zanzibar’s history and stands on the site of a past slave market, its high altar standing on the exact site of the whipping post.

Slavery was abolished in 1873 through a decree passed by the then current Sultan of Zanzibar. From here you visit the residence of the late Sultans, ‘Tip Tip House’, the Old Fort, Peoples Palace and the House of Wonders, full of intrigue and vivid history from a bygone era. The tour ends with a stroll through the narrow streets of the old Stone Town with time for shopping.

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79 Stone Town - City Tour and Shopping

Stone Town - City Tour and Shopping

80 Stonetown and Spice Tour
Stonetown and Spice Tour

THE SPICE OF LIFE

This full day tour begins with a visit to Zanzibar’s colorful market. Alive with the buzz of locals bartering fresh vegetables and baskets of tropical fruit, among the heady smell of exotic fruits, you continue on to the cathedral, built in 1874 and standing on the site of a past slave market. Its high altar is on the exact spot where the whipping post stood.

From here stop at the residence of the late Sultans of Zanzibar before having lunch in a Stone Town restuarant. (Not included in cost) In the aftenoon enjoy a visit to a spice plantation and learn about their uses in cooking, medicine and cosmetices and taste some. Finally you stop at the Kidichi Persian Baths that were built by the first Sultan of Zanzibar and Maruhubi Palace Ruins where the third Sultan kept 99 of his harem.

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80 Stonetown and Spice Tour

Stonetown and Spice Tour

81 Stone Town and Sunset Dhow Cruise
Stone Town and Sunset Dhow Cruise

TAKE A TOUR AND CRUISE

This is a combination of the Stone Town tour and a sunset cruise. Begin in the afternoon in Stone Town and visit Zanzibar’s colourful market before stopping at the cathedral which stands on the site of a past slave market, its high altar on the exact spot where the whipping post stood. Then stop at the residence of the late Sultans of Zanzibar before taking a stroll through the narrow streets of the old Stone Town.

Later in the evening you take a ride in one of the traditional sailing boats used for centuries for carrying cargo between Zanzibar and the Arabian Gulf. The boat ride will give you an insight into the real Zanzibar. Sit back and relax, enjoy the tropical breezes and crystal clear turquoise waters and watch the sun go down while sipping a drink accompanied by snacks.

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81 Stone Town and Sunset Dhow Cruise

Stone Town and Sunset Dhow Cruise

82 Sunset Dhow Cruise
Sunset Dhow Cruise

SAIL INTO THE SUNSET

This tour starts late in the afternoon in Stone Town where you take a ride in one of the traditional sailing boats that have been used for centuries for carrying cargo between Zanzibar and the Arabian Gulf. This trip will give you an insight into the real Zanzibar and makes a fun excursion for all the family or a romantic adventure for couples.

All the boats have modern safety equipment, sunshade, snorkeling gear and boarding ladder. Sit back and relax, enjoy the Zanzibar breezes and go swimming or snorkeling in the crystal clear turquoise waters. Then, as the sun goes down, relax with a drink accompanied by bite sized snacks as your dhow sails back to port.

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Sunset Dhow Cruise

83 Tarangire National Park Day Trip
Tarangire National Park Day Trip

A LITTLE KNOWN GEM

You are picked up from your hotel in Arusha town in the morning and driven straight to Tarangire National Park, which is not one of the biggest of the Tanzanian parks, but its unrivalled landscape of open plains, dotted with thousands of baobabs, is unforgettable. About 100 miles south of Arusha, Tarangire is known for its tree-climbing lions and for its very big herds of buffalo.

This is one of Africa’s little-known gems and should be on the itinerary of all lovers of wilderness and solitude. The game numbers are staggering: 30,000 zebra, 25,000 wildebeest, 5,000 buffalo, 3,000 elephant, 2,500 Maasai giraffe and more than 1,000 fringe-eared oryx. Predators include lion, cheetah and leopard and birders can see the ashy starling, rufous-tailed weaver and black-collared lovebird. Lunch is included during this tour.

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83 Tarangire National Park Day Trip

Tarangire National Park Day Trip

84 Take A Step Back in Time
Take A Step Back in Time

Marrakech is an old capital of the Kingdom and represents a Morocco that was, and which still survives, while keeping all the ancestral traditions, customs and way of life. On this historical tour you explore the exquisite architecture and history of its palaces and your guide will tell you all about the glorious past of this city and take you for a stroll in the Jewish quarter.

First stop is at the Koutoubia mosque and minaret where you will hear a comprehensive introduction to the history of Marrakech. Then see the historical BabAgnaou Gate and the Saadian Necropolis before walking through the 12th century Kasbah with its food market, bakeries and narrow alleyways. Then stop at the Bahia palace and discover the intricate work done by the local artisans before strolling through the Jewish quarter.

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84 Take A Step Back in Time

Take A Step Back in Time

85 Marrakech Medina tour
Marrakech Medina tour

DAYS IN THE MARKET

This is a delightful walking tour inside the colourful Souks in the Medina of Marrakech. You will be treated to a feast for your senses as you taste some local produce, smell the fragrance of the spices and oils, touch the texture of the beautiful fabrics, haggle over the prices, enjoy the hustle and bustle and listen to the sounds of everyday life in this world of its own.

You are taken to heart of the markets to see different alleys, quarters and the bright colours of the stores. With the help of your guide, you can talk to the crafts people to learn more about their skills. You also visit one of the many herbalist stores in the Souk and learn about the spices and their use in the Moroccan cuisine. End the walk at Jemaa El Fna square to hear Berber musicians and see snake charmers.

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85 Marrakech Medina tour

Marrakech Medina tour

86 Visit to Kiambethu Tea Farm
Visit to Kiambethu Tea Farm

Everyone's cup of tea

Kiambethu, one of Kenya's oldest tea farms, is situated 25 miles from Nairobi and dates back to 1910. The present house, set amid colourful gardens, has been home to four generations and at this real, family-run business, you get to enjoy a 'tea luncheon' with the owners, Marcus and Fiona Mitchell, who will tell you all about their lives on the farm.

A visit to Kiambethu farm makes a memorable half day excursion and includes the superb buffet. During your visit you will get a great insight into the growing and making of tea. Accompanied by the resident guide, you can also take a walk into the indigenous forest to learn about the plants and how they are used and watch the Colobus monkeys and birds or just enjoy the sweeping views across the tea fields to the Ngong Hills.

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86 Visit to Kiambethu Tea Farm

Visit to Kiambethu Tea Farm