Go Wild Africa Presents:

Experience extraordinary Africa | Make memories that last a lifetime

Soak up natural beauty and see endangered animals in their native habitat with Africa Go Wild adventure tours. We take you on safaris and specialty trips ranging from three days to 33 days – everything is tailor made to your preference.

We have a range of guides who can take you camping or set you up in our luxury lodges. We are nature and photography experts who guarantee you will take home more more than your average holiday snaps.

Africa offers

Africa offers wide open horizons and a starry night-time sky.

Picture yourself on a bespoke tour in a group of less than 20 people while our local guides captivate you with their local stories and cook local dishes on a campfire. If a five star gaming lodge is more your style, we can have you wining and dining in award-winning accommodation, too.

Our tours include countries like Botswana, Southern Africa and Kenya. We are specialists in self-drive and small owner-operated game lodges and know how to keep African safari costs affordable for the adventurous traveller.

We also know the right places to splurge so you can lose yourself discovering the real Africa, including:

  • The amazing Ocavango Delta
  • The rugged Serengeti National Park
  • The wild vegetation of Kruger National Park
  • The natural beauty of Masai Mara

The Food

The cuisine of Africa varies from region to region, and our tour leaders work hard to cook you the specialties of the region. From meat stewed in potjie to mieliepap served with fresh fruit, you’ll be delighted with the food choices Africa Go Wild can offer. We work hard to find the best and freshest ingredients to cook on every tour and cater to all dietary requirements.

The Shopping

While Africa isn’t known for its high fashion, we have specialty tours that that support fair trade and allow you to purchase the unique products of Africa. There are beautiful cotton fabrics from West Africa, amazing bowls and functional household items made in East Africa and artful nick nacks made from old cans and steel drums. Just ask, and we can include interesting shopping stop-offs on any tour.

Best Time to Go

Africa is good at all times of the year, with a temperate to hot climate in some regions and tropical climate in others.

Seeing the wildebeest migration in October is always popular.

Where to Stay

Africa Go Wild works with small, mid-range lodges and luxury guesthouses but also caters for camping-style safaris that enable you to explore in luxury.

All our accomodation locations are vetted by government authorities and 100% safe.

Jane Walker | Sydney, 2017

“We absolutely loved our 16-day trip with Africa Go Wild. Our driver Eddie and concierge Annie kept us regaled with details about the animals, the weather and the fascinating past surrounding the eastern and northern capes of South Africa. Our trip to the elephant park was particularly special. We spent a few nights camping but had regular stops at lovely lodges run by friendly owners. It was a great mix of adventure and luxury.”

Your frequently asked questions:

If I want to see big animals, where is the best place to go?

The Ocavango Delta Water Safaripackage is one of our ‘always-on’ tours, which allows you to see hippopotamus splashing in one of Africa’s most scenic rivers. If you prefer giraffes and zebras, then we’d recommend a Kruger Park pitstop.

What month is best to travel?

The weather is good all year around, but each location has its quirks. The colder months in South Africa between April and September are actually the best for seeing animals, while the rainy months in the Masai Mara will show you the most beautiful vegetation. Our expert guides are happy to explain the best times of year to travel.

How much will it cost me?

Africa is one of the most expensive countries to travel in, despite popular belief. Go Wild Africa specialises in mid-range travel and you should budget between $300and $600a night.

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