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... a conversion of natural wonders and cultural wealth...


Can you imagine vast Savannahs teeming with wildlife, from the iconic Big Five to breathtaking animal migrations? What about pristine beaches along the Indian Ocean or lush rainforests harbouring gorillas and chimpanzees? Can you visualise colourful markets with mouthwatering fruits,  handcrafted treasures and hear the faded rhythmic beats of traditional music in the background? Africa invites you to embark on a journey of awe-inspiring landscapes, rich histories, vibrant cultures and warm hospitality, creating memories that last a lifetime!


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Uganda is known for its unique equatorial glacier Rwenzori mountains also known as “The Mountain of the Moon”.  Bordering the Congo, it is the third highest peak in Africa at 5109 meters above sea level. The mountains are rich in biodiversity, trekking opportunities, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uganda also boasts Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa, majestic mountain gorillas in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. The country’s 10 parks feature an array of species from lions and elephants in Queen Elizabeth National Park to Chimpanzees in Kibale forest. Adventure seekers can embark on adrenaline packed white water activities on the river Nile. As for its vibrant capital city Kampala, it sits on several hills each with their own cultural, religious and historical significance and enticing social life.

Chimpanzee family
Mt Kilimanjaro and Acacia - in the morning - The classic view of Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzani


Known for its breathtaking savannahs, Kenya is home to the iconic Maasai Mara, where one can also witness The Great Migration unfold in a spectacle of wildebeest and zebras. Safari enthusiasts will be enthralled by the abundance of wildlife in Kenya’s national parks and reserves. Mount Kenya, Africa’s’ second highest peak, offers a majestic backdrop for nature lovers and trekkers. Beyond the wilderness, Kenya boasts a coastline along the Indian Ocean, featuring pristine beaches like Diani and Watamu where you can explore the Swahili coastline, indulge in water sports, or unwind in luxury resorts. Nairobi, the exciting capital, promises a rich history as well as a modern feel you won't want to miss. Visit the Karen Bixen Museum, Giraffe Centre, or David Sheldricks Wildlife Trust, get lost in the traditional artisan craft markets, and savour authentic local cuisines.


Tanzania is best known for the Serengeti National Park. Here, the Great Migration unfolds in spectacle of wildebeest and zebras crossing the plains and Africa’s highest point on Mount Kilimanjaro, which offers challenging yet rewarding treks. Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasts a unique eco-system and abundant wildlife. You can also visit the crystal-clear waters of Zanzibar where the historic Stone Town, turquoise waters, swaying palm trees, and white sand beaches beckon travellers to unwind and explore the cultural tapestry of the Spice Islands.  It is advisable to spend a few days exploring  Zanzibar alone. Dive deep into the rich Swahili culture, witness Maasai people's ceremonial traditional dances, and explore the vibrant markets in cities like Arusha and Dar es Salaam.

Snow on top of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli
Baby gorilla hanging from a branch


“The Land of a Thousand Hills” draws travellers with its remarkable gorilla trekking adventure, an experience found only in a few places on earth. The volcanic terrains provide breathtaking backdrops to this once-in-a-lifetime wildlife encounter. Beyond Gorilla trekking, Rwanda is renowned for its conservation efforts. The Akagera National Park also showcases the Big Five, adding a classic safari experience.

Aside from the vibrant capital Kigali where modernity and tradition harmonise, The Kigali Genocide Memorial stands as a poignant testament to Rwanda’s resilience and commitment to unity, providing for a profound cultural and historical experience and the country’s remarkable progress and reconciliation since the tragic events of the 1994 genocide.


Madagascar's allure lies in its isolation. It is a captivating, mountainous central plateau island off the southeast coast of Africa, offering trekking, hiking, motorbiking, quad biking and mountain bike activities. Arguably the 8th continent in the world, Madagascar is renowned for its unparalleled biodiversity. The otherworldly ecosystems and lush rainforests of Andasibe-Mantadia is home to a Kaleidoscope of endemic species, flora and fauna found nowhere else on the planet. It boasts 43 National Parks, 294 bird species, around 100 lemur species, over 1000 orchid species, and 6 endemic baobab species out of 8 in the world found along the Avenue of the Baobabs. The turquoise waters and coral reefs surrounding the coastlines and the scenic Nosy Be Island off its northwestern coast are celebrated for water sports like snorkelling, diving, sailing, sport-fishing, and whale watching.

Panoramic view of sunrise colors over Baobab trees at Chitake Springs in Mana Pools Nation
Signal Hill Cape Town South Africa


South Africa’s dramatic scenery includes the iconic Table Mountain in Cape Town, offering panoramic views of the city and the Atlantic Ocean. The Garden Route, a coastal stretch, is adorned with lush forests and pristine beaches. Discover the poignant history of apartheid at the Apartheid Museum and explore the vibrant neighbourhood of Soweto. Wine enthusiasts can enjoy the Cape Winelands known for its picturesque vineyards, award winning wines, and charming estates. Adventure seekers can dive with sharks off the coast of Gansbaai or bask in the adrenaline of bungee jumping from the iconic Bloukrans Bridge. Explore local markets, enjoy the diverse cuisine, multicultural heritage, and of course, unforgettable wildlife across renowned reserves like Kruger National Park. The 5 Star Rovos Rail offers a luxurious South African exploration experience lasting between 48 hours to 15 nights across several South African Cities and African Countries.  Passengers can enjoy lavish accommodation, gourmet dining, scenic views, and bespoke excursions.


Known as the home to the remains of the ancient kingdom of Askum, Medieval castles of Gondar, the rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, and unique Orthodox Christian traditions. The Simien Mountains are home to charismatic herds of baboons and extra-ordinary biodiversity. The Danakil Depression, a drift of three tectonic plates is one of earths most unusual alien-like environments, acting as one of the hottest places on earth and home to salt lakes, lava lakes, volcanoes, and colourful acidic. The Omo Valley is a cultural hub where ancient tribes such as the Hamar and Mursi maintain their unique ways of life, providing an unforgettable immersive cultural experience.  Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest country, it has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the continent, half of Africa’s mountains and over 80 spoken languages. You can journey through the birthplace of coffee, explore the vibrant markets of Addis Ababa, and savour the country’s injera and variety of flavourful stews.

Africa, Namibia, Namib Desert, Landrover in Kulala Wilderness Reserve
Two women riding camels


We will most likely use Qatar airlines with a short 2 to 3-hour transit. However, there is the option of 24 to 48 hour stops in order to experience a desert safari. As Transit Tourists we can enjoy activities such as camel riding, desert camping, sandboarding, and off-road 4x4 adrenaline pumping sand dunes bashing. This would be followed by an evening of Qatari hospitality within the serenity of the desert involving traditional performances, dinner in the desert, stargazing, and connecting with the universe in the quietude of the clear night.

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