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Drink waragi – Ugandan banana gin
Meet the rellies in Uganda
Gis' a smooch
You think your job's tough? Try riding a massive pile of bananas around all day.
Chimpanzee Trekking
Gorilla trekking in UNESCO World Heritage-listed Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park's diverse habitats
Surfing the Nile at Jinja
Meet cheeky chimps on Ngamba Island
Kigali's Genocide Memorial - a monument to the courage and resilience of the Rwandan people
Gorilla trekking in Parc National des Volcans
Hang out in Rwanda
Get to know the locals in Rwanda and see first hand what life is like for them. Warning: these guys will kick your butt at draughts.
Tented camp stays
Game drives in the Masai Mara
Masai Mara's mammal migrations
The children of East Africa Mission Orphanage
Lake Naivasha's hippos
The Masai will make you jump, jump
Kenyan street art
Beach babes
The flamingos of Lake Nakuru
Senga Bay on Lake Malawi
Chibuku Shake Shake
Diving and snorkelling in Lake Malawi
The locals of Chintheche
Maputo - the nightlife capital of southern Africa
Tofo Beach
‘The smoke that thunders' - Victoria Falls
Hwange National Park - home to the second largest population of elephants in the world
  • Trips & tours in Africa

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  • About Africa

    • 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).
    • Elephantasia:
      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

    Surfing the Great Rift

    Jill - Canada, 9 Feb, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    Great trip! The camping really got me out of my comfort zone but everything else made that easier for me.

    Where the Wild Things Are

    Naomi Eve - Australia, 2 Feb, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    Amazing trip! Only wish we were staying longer in each place as some times we were not there long enough.We could have stayed with our local guide Ian in Motopos for a week. Best trip we have ever been on and definitely made for an unforgettable honeymoon!

    Where the Wild Things Are

    Durham, Vicki, Natas - Australia, 12 Jan, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    The tour leaders make or break a tour and Garland + Justin made this tour work very well. They managed people very well, gave us clear information about our requirements and were informative about the region and the wildlife. Garland's cooking is to be commended. Our only criticism is the quality of the tents. They leaked in the heavy rain that we experienced. Thankyou to Gecko for upgrading us when the tents became unserviceable. Commendations to Garland for handling a difficult situation well when the truck became bogged in Kruger. The best day was with the guide Ian in Motopo NP. His insights into Bushmen, the local native culture and rhino tracking were excellent. As a driver Shadrack was very competent.

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