Manuela with her passion for Africa can’t wait to share her knowledge and organize your African safari in Namibia, Botswana and South Africa!
In this website you will find some of our favorite safaris planned for your convenience. We specialize in tailor made itineraries to fit your personal interests and taste. Contact us and we will shape your dream holiday to your budget, schedule and wish!
Our expertise will become evident in our passion for wildlife, photography, birdwatching, natural wonders and the rich bouquet of Southern African cultural heritage.
- Sophia and Alex
Sophia and I just landed back in Munich. We had a dreamy two-week honeymoon. We really enjoyed every minute in/around Cape town (enjoying great sightseeing, wine, food and whales!!) but the real magic was the incredible Safari you put together for us. We absolutely loved it and you deserve all the credit!! Everything was perfect – from transport without a hitch, perfect lodges, great staff and best animal experience! Jackalberry/Thornybush was outstanding – great accommodation and we managed to see the Big 5 in the first three drives!! Pondoro was another magnificent choice – we didn’t see as many animals but absolutely fell in love with the lodge. The Tree suite was something out of a fairy tale.
Once again – thank you so much for all the help and organisation. You made our trip something to remember for a lifetime!
- Julian & Lydia
What can I say but thank you so much for organising the trip of a lifetime. Every bit of our two week stay was a new adventure and we would not have asked for anything different. All the lodges were fantastic even the more basic option in Swaziland which still was beautiful.
As there was no electricity the stars at night under a log fire were amazing and quite an experience.
Thank you for organising such an amazing honeymoon it was better than we could have ever expected.
I will contact you when we come back which will be very soon.
volevo ringraziarti nuovamente per l’organizzazione, è stata veramante perfetta, le accomodation molto confortevoli e… troppo cibo, Marco mi è ingrassato di 4 kg.
E’ stato un viaggio stupendo, è filato tutto liscio, e la guida è veramente in gamba,
di nuovo: Grazie infinite!!!!
il nostro viaggio è stato molto bello e ti dobbiamo fare i complimenti per la scelta degli alberghi sempre molto carini e particolari. L’accoglienza è stata fantastica.
Ti dobbiamo inoltre ringraziare per la bella sorpresa al Nkaya game lodge, la cena è stata inaspettata e molto apprezzata, soprattutto perchè è stato il nostro momento più romantico.
Ci siamo trovati molto bene con l’itinerario e l’organizzazione che devo dire è stata puntuale in ogni sua parte.
Il safari…Splendido davvero!!! Un’esperienza che ricorderemo a lungo. Bello il Kruger, eccezionale la riserva privata, avevi ragione ci saremmo pentiti se avessimo fatto solo una notte…
E cascate impressionanti!
Ci siamo trovati bene in tutte le strutture. Ti ringraziamo davvero di tutto, indimenticabile!
Spero ci risentiremo per altre esperienze
Manuela e’ andato tutto bene, da parte mia e di mia moglie non possiamo che tessere le lodi di tutti.
Tutto coordinato molto bene, non abbiamo avuto nessun contrattempo anche nei passaggi Botswana – Zimbabwe e so che in Africa non è sempre facile far filare tutto liscio!
Siamo andati benissimo!
I ragazzi sono stati benissimo, un viaggio indimenticabile
Grazie di cuore per la tua preziosa collaborazione e per la tua attenzione.
- Massimo & C
siamo tornati dal bellissimo viaggio che hai organizzato per noi in Botswana nello scorso mese di aprile.
Tutto è andato benissimo (anche il fuoristrada) ed abbiamo avuto uno staff davvero di alto livello.
La zona del Kalahari è bellissima ed il Moremi all’altezza della sua fama.
La stagione delle piogge non è stata favorevole ma lo spettacolo è stato, comunque, grandioso.
Abbiamo visto, fra l’altro, diversi Tassi del Miele e, nella stessa giornata, due distinti gruppi di licaoni.
Seagal è stato, come al solito, bravissimo e disponibilissimo.
Insomma tutto benissimo e grazie di nuovo per l’ottima organizzazione.
We really enjoyed our time in Botswana.
Perfect planning! Thanks a lot for your help.
Everything worked out very well and professional!
It was a great experience.
… il “maldafrica” ha fatto una nuova vittima… ho amato questo viaggio come nessun altro prima e penso già a quando potrò tornare. Grazie di aver reso il mio primo incontro con l’Africa così stupendo, so che te l’ho già detto, ma davvero è stato tutto perfetto! Diciamo pure che non ti libererai più di me!
- Patsy and Werner
It was an extremely beautiful Trip you prepared for us!
We enjoyed it so much! From the very first start!
We would like to thank you!
All the places where you booked us, where each one of them, so typical beautiful ! You made us say “OOOH” so many times!
The way Massimo took us to so many places, big and sometimes very beautiful hidden small ones, were SUPER! He is really a very, very good guide!
We thank you from the bottom of our hart, that show us the beauty of South Africa!!!
The Drakensberg derived from the Afrikaans name Drakensberge meaning “Dragon Mountains” is the name given to the eastern portion of the Great Escarpment, which encloses the central Southern African plateau.
The mountains are rich in plant life, including a large number of species listed in the Red Data Book of threatened plants, with 119 species listed as globally endangered” and “of the 2 153 plant species in the park, a remarkable 98 are endemic or near-endemic”.
The ‘‘mother city” is one of the country’s must do destination during a journey in South Africa.
It’s cultural mix, history, urban sophistication, cuisine and stunning scenery attracts visitors from every corner of the planet!
Table Mountain, a natural world heritage site and recently voted one of the new Natural 7 Wonder of the World, is a haven of magnificent mountains plunging into crystal seas fringed with bleached white sands of the Cape Peninsula.
The Garden Route National Park is one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the world and lies on the southern part of South Africa.
It’s a mosaic of ecosystems with the breath taking Tsitsikamma and Wilderness, the unique Knysna Lake, Southern Cape indigenous forest with enormous trees of podocarpus falcatus and latifolius, beautiful Milkwood (sideroxylon inerme) and the unique fynbos. The Park is a prime example of the country’s costal fauna and flora.
This park is a result of the amalgamation of the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in South Africa (proclaimed in 1931) and the Gemsbok National Park in Botswana. Today this conservation area, situated in the southern part of Kalahari Desert, covers 38.000 km² – one of the very few conservation areas of this magnitude left in the world.
A truly wild area with a landscape of red sand dunes, sparse vegetation, rocky façade that give home to enormous herds of gemsbok, springbok, eland and blue wildebeest. Giraffes can also be seen often walking elegantly on the red dunes!
The world-renowned Kruger National Park was established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Lowveld. Today the park is nearly 2 million hectares, about the size of Belgium and covers an unrivalled diversity of flora and fauna. It offers breath taking landscapes with uninterrupted horizons.
Kruger National Park is home to an impressive number of species:
336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 147 mammals. Amongst them you can admire the BIG 5; lion, elephant, leopard, rhinoceros and buffalo.
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park was the first South Africa proclaimed World Heritage Site in recognition of its superlative natural beauty and unique global values.
The park contains three major lake systems, eight interlinking ecosystems, 700 year old fishing traditions, most of South Africa’s remaining swamp forests, Africa’s largest estuarine system, 526 bird species and 25 000 year-old coastal dunes – among the highest in the world.
Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site is a place of serenity, great beauty and special archaeological interest. It is situated in the northern part of South Africa on the border with Botswana and Zimbabwe and it’s famous for Mapungubwe Hill where an ancient African civilisation prospered between 1200 and 1270 AD. The area was already inhabited by a growing Iron Age community from 900 AD and became rich through trade with faraway places like Egypt, India and China. This is the place where archaeologists excavated the famous golden rhino and other evidence of a wealthy African kingdom.
The flowering desert (in spring), the world’s richest succulent flora, unspoiled coastline and star studded nights.
During early August and September, the dusty valleys of Namaqualand are transformed into a wonderland, carpeted with wildflowers, thanks to the winter rainfall. Namaqualand is home to the richest bulb flora of any arid region in the world and more than 1000 of its estimated 3500 plant species are found nowhere else on earth.
South Africa offers an exceptional number of private game reserves where you will experience some of the best safari in the entire Africa.
The level of accommodation goes from comfortable bush camps to luxury lodges.
The safaris are guided by experienced rangers who are helped by tracker to optimize the search of big mammals. They go out of the trails to bring you very close to the BIG 5 and all the other predators.
Some of the reserve will offer also walking safaris, private photographic safaris and mountain bike safaris.