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A Southern Africa Spectacular   Steve and Dawn repeat guests and friends of Safari Architects are back with their adult children and son in law, to share the experiences as a family and live the dream!   As we often do, a few days acclimatization in Johannesburg, history, culture and eating at great restaurants, it offers a chance to get over the jet lag.    A 3 stop – 7 night – curated journey at Botswana’s very best lodges. An extravaganza of the best locations, incredible

Desert and Jungle   Desert and Jungle, worlds apart, a contrast like no other. We slowly ease into it in Johannesburg, try to acclimatize to the time zone, enjoy a dinner out in the city and a slow morning start, the last slow morning start!    Gym session and in room breakfast the way to go. Now off in the Lear Jet – 2 hours from Johannesburg to Windhoek the capital city of Namibia, switch aircraft and a 55-minute scenic flight over landscapes resembling

Our December family Safaris are really very special, it’s a glorious time of year, the festive season. It is summer here in Southern Africa. No white Christmas for us, it’s hot, swimming pool weather, beach weather. Cape Town is glorious at this time of year, and this is where we started. The Silo Hotel is magnificent, with only 26 rooms, its location could not be better, walk out of the hotel and into the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, for top

Multiple repeat friends and clients, some on their 12th safaris, many on their 5th and 6th safaris, are back for the ultimate Safari in South Africa. Literally the ultimate. 9 nights of Safari, 1 night on arrival in Johannesburg, private chartered aircraft, in between 3 magnificent locations. This is something to get excited about. And 18 Texans! Friends, family, sisters, brothers in laws, mothers and fathers, uncles. What a fun family, so well-travelled and versed in the art of safari, good

Return guests who become friends are the best on Safari, having travelled together previously we headed for the best East Africa has to offer, to celebrate a special wedding anniversary back in Africa. To acclimatize, we spend 2 nights in the quaint safari town of Arusha, sleep, rest, exercise and exploring. A day in Arusha is always well spent, we learnt so much about coffee, explored local markets, shopped till we dropped, amazing Masai beadwork from the finest local artists and

A young, fit, active family on a 9-night Southern African journey, memories made forever, together. Shared moments at dinner, watching the choir sing around a roaring fire at Mala Mala, fishing on the Zibidianja lagoon, tiger fish running, the Okavango Sunset, and rolling down sand dunes in Namibia. Highlights of an incredible trip, never to be forgotten.   Both Delta and United flights generally arrive early evening in Johannesburg, which works well, as it is vital to take a night or two