Travelling with Nomad Africa Adventure Tours means friendship, fun and adventure plus the security that group travel brings. All Nomad adventures are ‘off the beaten track’ and the emphasis is on the journey, as well as the destination. Unexpected events are part of the package and often add to your real-Africa experience. This 26-day overland accommodated tour around South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe includes all the key highlights and adventures your mind could imagine! * Terms and Conditions apply
Travel through South Africa and Swaziland, combining cultural and wildlife experiences. The tour starts with an introduction to South Africa’s most famous township, Soweto, before heading out into the wilderness. Once on the road you’ll stop at a Zulu village and experience activities such as hiking, kayaking and rafting before arriving at Kruger National Park for unbelievable wildlife watching. Please contact us for departure dates. Maximum group size is 16. Ages minimum of 10 years. Terms and Conditions apply. Price is per person and subject to change without notice.
Africa’s tallest peak creates an instantly recognisable silhouette, rising all alone from the acacia forests and scrublands at the border of Kenya and Tanzania. Contact us today and get all the information required to take on this great journey.
Fes's fascinating leather souq contains the oldest leather tannery in the world, which dates back to the 11th century. Stone pots full of dye are flanked by committed worked, who often labour in the searing Moroccan heat, as they have done for almost nine centuries. From the souq's balcony, one can glimpse a colourful insight into an almost unchanged Moroccan practice. *Itinerary subject to change. You will need a reasonable level of fitness and a good state of health for this tour.
The ancient hunter-gather San people of southern Africa display a lively and progressive culture. Leisure time is a priority, woman play strong roles in their largely egalitarian social structure and all the spoils of the hunt are used - hides are tanned for blankets and bones are broken for marrow.
By the time the first Briton entered the Serengeti in 1913, the Maasai had already been grazing their livestock on the plains for over 200 years. To combat the hunting of lions, which was rife at the time, the British transformed 800 acres of the plains into a game reserve. In 1951 the Serengeti National Park was established, and its native wildlife has flourished. Departure days - Thursday All departures guaranteed. Inclusions - Peregrine tour leaders, and experienced driver/guide in Rwanda specialist local guides, arrival transfer, transport, game activities, one gorilla permit and entrance fees. Accommodation - 4 nights comfortable hotel, 2 nights safari lodge, 1 night basic hotel, 6 nights permanent tented camp. Transport - Overland truck, 4WD vehicle, plane, private vehicle Meals - 13 breakfasts, 11 lunches, 11 dinners Group Size - maximum 16. Prices on request depending on tour date.