How to negotiate this huge continent? What is the best country to visit for first timers? What is the best season for each country? What is the best game viewing times and areas? Can I take my kids? (A resounding YES!) These are all questions Africa Travel Agent Rosie can help you with.
There are more options than ever on how to experience Africa. Canvas-tented camps, fabulous lodges and stately homes. Walking safaris, horseback riding safaris, camel treks, and elephant back safaris, the diversity is amazing.
A trip to Africa allows you to experience nature at its finest. It is truly one of the most fascinating places on earth and exerts a pull on your senses and soul that few places do. Africa Travel Agent Rosie has experienced Africa to its fullest by visiting some of its most exciting areas and attractions over the years.
The home of the Safari, the land of “Out of Africa”. Kenya boasts an incredible range of unique geographical features and species. Each game viewing area has a distinct eco system. Learn More
The vast plains of the Serengeti are home to one of nature’s great spectacles. Whether you are a seasoned safari-goer or a first time Africa visitor, the Great Migration is not to be missed. Learn More
A very large and extraordinarily varied land, South Africa has almost unlimited opportunities for adventures of all sorts. It has excellent national parks, luxury private game reserves, great beaches and deserts, sophisticated cities and wonderful wine growing regions. Learn More
In the Kalahari get out to the Makgadikgadi and Naxi salt pans and walk with the Kalahari Bushman. The Okavango Delta where 10 billion tons of water enter each year, allows you to see hippos from your mokoro (wooden dugout canoe) and see prolific birdlife. Learn More
Zambia is located on a vast plateau 3000m above sea level and has three major rivers, the Zambezi, Kafue and Luangwa. It shares one of the largest waterfalls in the world-Victoria Falls, with neighboring Zimbabwe. Learn More
A country of astonishing contrasts, aptly named after the Namib-the oldest desert on the planet. It is celebrated for its vast open landscapes, infinite supply of blue skies, sun-drenched weather and star-filled nights. Learn More
Best times to visit December to March and June to October. Wet seasons heavier rain February to May and a shorter wet period in November and December. Learn More
Africa Travel Agent & Safari Specialist
Are you ready to go? CONTACT Africa Travel Agent Rosie to piece it all together and to offer many more suggestions.
Phone : 970 748 9818 E: firstname.lastname@example.org