Mashatu Game Reserve
Few will argue that it is the best safari destination in Botswana, if not the best on the entire African continent.We welcome you to browse through the options for accommodation and we look forward to helping you experience the unspoilt beauty of the Chobe National Park.
Anyone who has been to this magnificent park in Botswana can vouch for its amazing beauty and for its spectacular wildlife. Elephants especially are seen in great numbers here, as there are approximately 70,000 in the area. Zebra and buck are also plentiful, and where there are herbivores there are predators too. Here guests can encounter the most thrilling action from lions, cheetahs, packs of hyenas and the like, and this is what a true safari excursion is really all about.
Reasons to visit:
The island is home to over 200 000 different wildlife species and more than 10 000 plant species, of which over 90% of these numbers are found nowhere else on Earth! From granite outcrops and red soil in the central highlands to lush rainforests along the East coast, baobab trees and lake vegetations, the World’s smallest chameleon and dancing lemurs – Madagascar is nothing if not unique.
Madagascar is a nature-lover’s paradise and a photographer’s heaven on Earth. Home to some of the most beautiful landscapes, diverse ecosystems and rare wildlife on the planet, Madagascar promises a holiday like no other. The sheer amount of flora and fauna found on the island make for breathtaking views, once-in-a-lifetime experiences and a vacation filled with adventure.
From mobile camping to beach resorts and luxury lodges, Madagascar offers various types and standards of accommodation to suit all needs and tastes. Though the overall standard of accommodation on the island is slightly lower than mainland Africa, the charm, character and unique atmosphere make up for this tenfold. Many of the lodgings on the island are environmentally friendly or eco-lodges, opting to forgo the usual luxuries of televisions and kettles in the rooms.
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Antananarivo: The national park spans over 155 kms and consists mostly of rainforest, home to many rare endemic species as well as 11 of the island’s lemur species. The park is perhaps best known for its fantastic sightings of the indri lemur. Just a 3 hour drive from Antananarivo, Andasibe-Mantadia is also easily accessible and a lovely drive.
Whether you’re looking for luxury sojourn or a laid-back getaway with affordable accommodation, we can make it happen!
Once we have all your information and understand the vision for your holiday, we’ll start planning your trip.
With all your plans in place, all you need to do is pack your bags, hop on a plane and travel over land and sea to your destination of choice!