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- If Toto’s Africa is your late-night jam and your favourite Disney movie is without a doubt The Lion King, then Africa is definitely your dreamland destination.
- Whether you wanna get your David Attenborough on in the Serengeti, hit the highs of Mt Kilimanjaro or cruise the Okavango Delta in Botswana, this super massive continent has an adventure to suit every switched-on traveller.
- So jump on a Geckos Africa trip and feel the might of Victoria Falls, sun bake by Lake Malawi, hang out with Maasai warriors, eat lunch with the wild gorillas of Uganda and Rwanda, sip on top-notch wine in South Africa and let your worries wash away to the sounds of safari. Hakuna matata, guys, hakuna matata.
- Spreading the power:
South Africa has three different capitals – Pretoria (administrative) Bloemfontein (judicial) and Cape Town (legislative).
There are more than 13,000 elephants in Kruger National Park.
- Can you feel the love tonight:
Serengeti National Park was the inspiration for The Lion King.
- Thick hair:
The hair that makes up a giraffe’s tail is about ten times thicker than the average strand of human hair.
- Popularity has a winner:
Lions are the national animal of Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, England, Ethiopia, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Singapore.
Past Travellers' Ratings & Comments
Where the Wild Things Are
King - Australia, 10 Mar, 2012
Interesting trip to African wildlife. Useful information from guides.
Delta & Victoria
patricia - Australia, 26 Jan, 2012
Good itinerary covering range of activties and expereinces
Gorilla & Wildlife Encounter
Jan - Australia, 31 Dec, 2011
I have already provided feedback for the week in Uganda. The 2 weeks in Kenya and Tanzania were amazing. We all thought the food and accommodation conditions were better than expected, considering the nature and locations of the trip.I would recommend going in this non-migration period as it was not crowded and we saw a spectacular variety of animals and the sheer numbers were incredible. Loved it.
Where we go in Africa