The home of the Big five, the totally amazing Masai Mara and Serengeti National Parks, and the majestic Victoria Falls.  Africa is chomping at the bit to take you on safari. hop to it (like a gazelle, yo).  

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 or sip on top-notch wine in South Africa and let your worries wash away to the sounds of safari. Hakuna matata, guys, hakuna matata.  Interesting in something different?  Check out our new Gnaoua Festival Tour in Morocco.

If you needed an incentive to get to Africa, we are now offering 20% OFF African safaris (excluding Morocco) for travel before 30th September 2017.  The discount is automatically applied so start exploring and get booking before the 30th April to redeem the offer.

20% OFF the below awesome itineraries:

Trip Name Days From USD
Epic African Adventure

29

$3,516

Amazing East Africa

12

$1,872

Vic Falls & Safari

9

$760

Best of Southern Africa

17

$1,516

Journey through Botswana

9

$840

All of OUR TOURS IN AFRICA

Why we love Africa

  • 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.

Our destinations in Africa

Reviews

Essential Morocco, April 2017

Michael Weinrieb

Journey through Botswana, April 2017

Rebecca Mealings

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