Looking to take a walk on the wild side? Take the trip of a lifetime out to the African plains to see some of the planet’s most fascinating and beautiful animals in their natural habitats.


Serengeti, Tanzania

Spanning a jaw-dropping 30,000 km², the Serengeti is a sprawling ecosystem in northern Tanzania, East Africa. With temperatures often exceeding 30°C, these extreme conditions make for some of the most powerful, fast and ferocious animals on Earth.

A safari in these famous plains will take you past herds of beautiful zebra, magnificent Masai giraffes and majestic lions, but this is only a tiny percentage of the wildlife flourishing in this gigantic national park.

You’ll see the luscious banks of the Grumeti River and may even spot one or two nile crocodiles as they lie in wait for gazelles hoping to bound across the perilous waterway.

One of the pinnacles of the planet’s natural beauty, a safari in Serengeti National Park will make the most passionate naturalist stand back in awe. To start planning yours now, click the image above!



Masai Mara, Kenya

Situated to the north of the Serengeti and just across the border, the contiguous Masai Mara National Park is another of Africa’s best-known wildlife reserves.

While much smaller than its Tanzanian counterpart, this stunning park has a charm all of its own, with its much greener, undulating landscape and densely packed shrub land. Lucky visitors can witness the breath-taking Great Migration as hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebras and antelope make the fateful journey across the treacherous Mara river, ominously stalked by lions, hyenas, leopards and cheetahs.

This incredible unfolding of nature’s perpetual cycle makes for truly life-affirming viewing. To start planning your trip now, click the image above.



South Luangwa, Zambia

With its abundant animal populations, Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park is another excellent choice for intrepid safari-goers.

You’ll enter the park’s gates to a large group of hippos wallowing in the waters of the Luangwa River, and there are few better opportunities to marvel at the sheer size of these enormous beasts (just don’t get too close!). From here, you’ll pass antelope, elephants and the frightening majesty of some of the planet’s most fierce predators.

South Luangwa’s main attraction is its renowned ‘Walking Safari’. Here, you’ll be able to get closer than ever before to nature’s enthralling beauty, tracking giraffes and wildebeest alike as you feel the parched scrubland underfoot and the beating African sun above.

If you’re ready to experience nature like never before, click the image above to start planning your trip.