Thinking of an Epic Luxury Escape? Try This 7-Country Safari

If you are feeling uber-adventurous and are thinking of the perfect fun holiday to indulge in, then this $60,000 safari from Africa Adventure Consultants spanning several African countries might just be the perfect luxury escape for you. The activity-filled journey combines several popular destinations into a single itinerary that covers seven countries in 20 days.

The luxury safari from Africa Adventure Consultants will include a stop at Kanana
The $60,000 safari from Africa Adventure Consultants will include a stop at Kanana, Okavango Delta. Image courtesy of Kanana.

The trip starts in Cape Town, makes a quick stop in South African wine country, and takes travellers from the Namibian desert to the Okavango Delta in Botswana. Visitors will also explore the central Serengeti, which hosts the annual migration each year and go gorilla trekking at Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda.

The price tag includes 15 private charter and helicopter flights within Africa, as well as some meals and luxurious accommodations. It does not include flights to or from the safari itself, but it does incorporate memorable experiences such as a hike up the iconic Table Mountain and several game drives.

For night stays, Africa Adventure Consultants have made sure to include luxury safari lodges and tented camps that take glamping to a whole other level with panoramic nature views, private plunge pools, and personal butlers.

The luxury safari escape will include luxurious accommodation
Guests will be housed in luxurious accommodation such as the And Beyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge, Namibia. Image courtesy of And Beyond.

The itinerary also includes a stop at Kenya’s famous Giraffe Manor where the giraffes are known to cavort with guests; a night in a luxe tree house in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, and a chance to witness the great migration from a mobile camp in Tanzania. The camp moves several times a year in order to give guests a better view of the action.

The Africa Adventure Consultants safari will visit the Giraffe Manor in Kenya
The Safari tour will include a visit to the Giraffe Manor in Kenya. Image courtesy of The Giraffe Manor

Days in Tanzania are set to begin with tea delivered to travellers’ tents and end with gin and tonics around a campfire. COVID-19 testing is expected to be in place at border crossings.

Source: Travel + Leisure

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