Africa Tours & Safaris
The call of the wild awaits you in Africa. See wildlife on safari drives across endless plains, meet ancient enduring cultures, observe gorillas high in the mountains, and climb volcanoes. Take on a challenging adventure or see the highlights as you tour Africa in comfort and luxury. An African tour offers you the trip of a lifetime and gives you a lifetime of memories.
Popular Africa Tours & Safaris
Must do Africa experiences and highlights
Witness the fall of the largest curtain of water year round from Zimbabwe or Zambia. For a birdseye view take a helicopter ride over the falls!
Safari Drive the Serengeti
Find the Big 5 when you safari drive the vast plains of the Serengeti National Park. January to March sees the migrations of zebra and wildebeest.
Conquer Africa’s highest peak when you challenge yourself to climb Mount Kilimanjaro
. Choose from one of the many routes, including the Marangu, Lemosho or Machame route.
Visit Gorillas in the Mist
Trek the Bwindi National Park to see the gorillas. Just 8 people visit each gorilla family to spend an hour observing these primates. No doubt, this will be one of the best hours of your life.
Ride the Rovos Railway
Relax aboard a luxury train journey on the Rovos Railway from Cape Town to Victoria Falls, making sightseeing stops en route. Enjoy first class suite service as South Africa and Zimbabwe pass your window.
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What our clients are saying about their journeys through Africa
“Kenya and Tanzania - Bunnik Tours”
We had a great group of 8 including us, we would have preferred a slightly larger group where you get to know people and enjoy their company. A couple of days driving without seeing much in grassland. However the tour was well organised by Bunnik, all the Drivers / Guides were excellent, always on time, friendly, always with a smile, what else can you hope for.
“All the highlights of Kenya and Tanzania”
This trip lived up to the normal Bunnik high standards with only 8 of us in our tour group. Although some of our game drives were very long days and there were also long travelling days between game parks, we visited 8 game parks and saw a lot of Kenya and Tanzania. Perhaps more flying between these parks would of been better. Accommodation, food, sightseeing, and especially our drivers, were all fantastic. A tip for visiting Kenya and Tanzania is that the online visas can be a little complicated ...read more to fill in and you need to get all the necessary information and contact details from Bunnik early to complete these forms in a timely manner. Visiting in February is a nice time to go. Although you won't see the great migration, you will see the migratory animals during their calving season. The landscapes are nice and green, and the game parks are less crowded. Overall this was a great trip, we saw lots of animals and it was nice to have some relaxing days at the end with our Zanzibar extension. Booking with Global Journeys was easy as usual, and both Global Journeys and Bunnik handled arranging early flights home for us because of the pandemic.
“Marvelous Travelmarvel tour to South and East Africa”
Had a wonderful time travelling from Capetown to Tanzania, via a number of fantastic highlight experiences. Some of the most memorable bucket-list animal encounters you could ever imagine. Seeing 4 cheetah brothers posing for a National Geographic photo on a termite mound, then picking their way past the safari vehicles (so close you could have reached out and touched them) and staging a military precision hunt taking down two gazelles will never leave us. That was just one of several things that ...read more we treasure forever.
“Bunnik's Morocco and Kenya in September”
Thank you Jemma for organising our trip so well, even last minute clarification of baggage restrictions. We loved Kenya... Saw so many different animals so close to our vehicles and the guides, accommodation and itinerary were first class. Morocco was fine with a great guide and driver but suffered in comparison with the excitement of being on safari in Kenya. Unfortunately the minibus in Morocco was not up to scratch, seat cushions were worn out and one person on our tour was not a suitable participant ...read more for the tour activities.
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