Africa’s Mt. Kilimanjaro is the most recognizable mountain in the world; the place of classic books, movies and legend – exotic, remote, yet an accessible ‘sky island’ floating 19,340 ft above plains of elephants and lions.

Discover the allure of Mozambique, a tropical paradise that remains largely unexplored. White sand beaches lapped by the azure blue waters of the Indian Ocean welcome you as you touch down on Pemba, known as the gateway to the Quirimbas Archipelago.

Discover the magnificent landscapes and unique wildlife of Namibia, where apricot-hued desert sands swirl into razor sharp towering dunes, some of the largest in the world.

Take the road less traveled on safari in Rwanda and Tanzania – two hidden jewels in East Africa. Explore the paradise of the Serengeti, "the place where the land moves on forever." 

Explore Rwanda and immerse yourself in a verdant world of emerald hills and lush tropical rainforest; this mist-shrouded habitat is home to the majestic mountain gorilla.  Rwanda's thickly forested Volcanoes National Park is home to an estimated one-half of the world's remaining mountain gorillas.  This is where Dian Fossey did her groundbreaking work which ultimately leads to the conservation of these gentle giants—a story brilliantly retold in the book and award-winning film, Gorillas in the Mist.  But Rwanda is much more than the home of gorillas—wildlife of an astonishing variety abounds here. With hippos, elephants, a selection of other primates and antelope inhabiting its protected areas, and a staggering selection of jewel-colored birds in the trees above, Rwanda has become a model for other African countries, and is one of Africa’s top must-see destinations.

Charming, elegant and mysterious, South Africa awaits you on an exciting safari of cultural and natural treasures.

Journey to the most inspirational spots in South Africa, where the great masterpieces of Mother Nature will leave you awe-struck and breathless. Of the world’s six floral kingdoms, the Fynbos kingdom in the Cape is the smallest and richest, with over 6,000 endemic species thriving in bursts of vibrant color. Feel your heart soar at the captivating majesty of prehistoric caverns, mountaintops, and towering giant forests. Lose your breath at the fearsome beasts of the great ocean depths, as you search for whales and great white sharks by boat. Allow peace to overtake you wandering rose gardens and idyllic shorelines. Chase the adrenaline rush as you seek out the nobility of the animal kingdom on safari. Let the artwork of the natural world enthrall you.

Explore and experience three countries in this once in a lifetime trip through South Africa and its landlocked neighboring countries of Lesotho and Swaziland. From the melting pot culture of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa – home to the proud Zulus, to the mountain Kingdom of Lesotho, and the ancient ways of the Swazi in the Monarchy of Swaziland, this tour of royal Africa will leave you breathless. Of course, each of these kingdoms offer their own insight to another – the Animal Kingdom – which you will explore in style on safari in various nature reserves and national parks. Find out why the lion is the king of the beasts and how Lesotho became known as the Kingdom of the Sky, relax in luxury accommodations fit for royalty, and experience the regal side of Africa on this trip to three kingdoms.

Discover the crown jewels of South Africa – not diamonds or rubies, but a vibrant and glittering collection of cultural heritage and natural wonder. The golden sands and sapphire waters of the Cape of Good Hope are the setting for rare and beautiful animals, while the gardens of Kirstenbosch dazzle with an emerald expanse blooming floral color and variety. Fine wine, towering mountains, and preserved architecture provide a flavor of refinement, balanced by the raw glamour of the predators and prey at Kruger National Park. Polish your trip off to a fine gleam with the optional post-extension to the sparkling turquoise waters of Victoria Falls. 

Celebrate the diversity of the ‘Rainbow Nation’ and the role women of all walks of life play in South Africa.

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