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Top Ten African Tour Operator Companies

 

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As the last time, I posted about top world tour list companies today I am bringing top successful African Tour operator companies with their own respective criteria. 
As many know that not all tour operator companies have succeeded or have the same tour operator qualities Here are specially chosen and most succeeded African tour operators. I hope you will learn something new from them


&ndbeyond


And beyond Company


This luxury tour operator offers ready-made trips and tours to all parts of Southern or East Africa or can tailor a safari to your needs. 
It offers some of the best destinations and accommodations in Africa (and manages thirty-three of its own highly regarded properties) from the Okavango Delta to remote Indian Ocean islands.

 Unique trips for the discerning traveler can be planned around learning, conservation, and sustainability, or “luxury in the bush,” which includes more holistic activities, such as yoga safaris. This outfitter also offers active adventures such as rhino darting for conservation, walking safaris, and turtle-hatching expeditions. learn more about it

Abercrombiekent

abercrombiekent


In business since 1962, this company is considered one of the best in the business and is consistently given high marks by former clients. From your first decision to go on safari to its successful conclusion, A&K offers seamless service. Its tailor-made safaris hearken back to days past when intrepid

 adventurers such as Teddy Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway relied on private guides to create a safari program and escort them through the bush from start to finish. The company has a professional network of local A&K offices in all of its destination countries, staffed by full-time A&K experts; maintains its own fleet of four-wheel-drive safari vehicles, and trains its own drivers. The head office in the U.S. is in Illinois.

Destinations: Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Popular package: Kenya & Tanzania, twelve days, from $5,995.

Philanthropy: Extensive projects benefit ecosystems and wildlife, communities and cultures, and health and education. Guests can meet local people making a difference in their communities. Many guests build their safari around several of these projects.

What They Do Best: Destination knowledge—they have some of the most experienced guides on the continent. learn more about abercrombiekent


Tailor made africa


tailor made africa


This Sauth africa-based company has excellent Africa-based operators and specializes in Southern and Earst exclusively. Although it offers suggested itineraries, the trip is ultimately custom-designed for the client and dependent on the time of the year and bud- get. Clients often combine Kenya and Tanzania into one trip. Africa Serendipity is flexible, as it offers prospective clients what they wish and at a price that meets their budget.

Destinations: Kenya and Tanzania and their coastal islands.

Popular packages: Serengeti and/or Masai Migration, twelve to fourteen days, from $6,100; a beach escape can be added to the end of any safari.

Philanthropy: They have no direct involvement with any charities, but the ground outfitters it uses only employ local residents and are involved in community schemes.

What They Do Best: Kenya and Tanzania. Their focus on these two countries truly makes them experts.


go2africa


go2africa


This South Africa-based company specializes in delivering luxury, tailor-made safaris to small camps and lodges in the top game-viewing areas of East Africa. Every traveler is guaranteed a personal, authentic safari and the opportunity to experience the magic of the African bush while helping protect Africa’s wildlife, ecosystems, and cultures. Gamewatchers runs its own ground operations, ensuring guests are well looked after from the start of their trip to the finish. Guests often add beach trips to the end of their safaris.

Destinations: Botswana, Kenya, Mauritius, Rwanda, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia.

Popular packages: African Splendours Safari, twelve nights, from $5,895; Gamewatchers Adventure Camping Safari, six nights, from $1,995.

Philanthropy: It supports a school in Kibera, Nairobi, and more than 1,000 Maasai families are directly benefiting as a result of its conservancies. It has also set up outreach programs to assist with water provision, education, and predator protection.

What they do best: A personal, authentic experience, as far from mass-market tourism as it’s possible to get.  learn more about go2africa

Asilia Africa

asilia africa


Based in Arusha, Tanzania, and going strong for more than twenty-five years, Asilia maintains a midsize operation with a clear focus on adding value at every stage of your trip. It is dependable and responsive, offering both tailor-made and small group tours, and more than 70 percent of its business comes from repeat customers or referrals. It can also arrange photographic safaris with specially customized vehicles. The company owns a hotel, The African Tulip in Arusha, and it is about to open its second, although it does not influence clients to stay at its properties.

Destinations: Kenya and Tanzania.

Popular packages: Majestic Tanzania, eleven days, from $4,500; Tanzania Migration Safari, twelve days, from $4,900.

Philanthropy: Its Sasha Foundation has an annual budget of about $40,000 and picks one project to see through per year. This includes education grants, building classrooms, and clean water development. Unused marketing funds from the company and hotel, as well as parts of the proceeds of safari and room sales, are allocated to the foundation.

What they do best: Excellent, personalized service and good value.

Singita


singita


Singita is internationally recognized for its continuous contribution to sustainable conservation and empowerment of surrounding local communities, along with its exceptional collection of lodges and tented camps that are positioned in prime wilderness areas, each showcasing unique design and exceptional hospitality. 

Singita has a profound presence in three countries, and five regions and has a total of twelve remarkable and unique lodges to offer safari enthusiasts. Each location has its own extensive list of fauna and flora that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.

The Singita brand came to life in a remote corner of the Lowveld, a 45 000 acre wilderness once labeled a hunting concession, but later evolved into an exclusive and protected conservation reserve with three world-class lodges in the famous Sabi Sands Game Reserve and two in the Kruger National Park. The portfolio has expanded and now includes Zimbabwe and Tanzania. 

The Singita safari experience includes guided game drives and bush walks, star gazing, a variety of spa treatments, workouts in fully-equipped gyms, archery, swimming, and community visits. Each region offers a selection of unique experiences that make for an unforgettable safari vacation.

Destinations: Botswana, Congo-Brazzaville, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

In Lodges location

In South Africa, Singita Sabi Sand and Singita Kruger National Park are home to Ebony, Boulders, Sweni, and Lebombo Lodges, as well as Castleton – a private-use African farmhouse (and the former Bailes family home). 

In Zimbabwe’s remote southeast, Singita Pamushana Lodge and a private-use villa, Singita Malilangwe House, are situated in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve.

 Lodges and camps in the Serengeti in Tanzania are Singita Faru Faru and Sasakwa Lodges, Mara River Tented Camp, Sabora Tented Camp, Explore Mobile Tented Camp, and an exclusive-use villa, Serengeti House. 

Singita Kwitonda Lodge and Kataza House, a private-use villa, are set right on the edge of Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda

The Nature People

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Nicknamed “The Nature People,” this operator is known for its focus on wildlife and conservation. Nat Hab’s headquarters are in Colorado, and although it organizes trips to destinations around the world, it has a good reputation for arranging incredible safari itineraries. It always chooses the best destinations for viewing wildlife in its natural habitat and focuses on small groups and intimate lodges in secluded, off-the-beaten-track settings. Its online safari-building tool, iSafari.com, is a useful starting point for getting an idea of what’s possible before speaking to one of the experts in its team. The operator can also arrange photo expeditions and family safaris.

Destinations: Botswana, Congo-Brazzaville, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Popular package: Secluded Botswana (includes Victoria Falls on the Zambia side), thirteen days, from $10,995.

Philanthropy: The Natural Habitat Foundation focuses on conservation and arranges voluntourism programs. They’re the first carbon-neutral travel company and the travel partner for the World Wildlife Fund.

What they do best: Sustainable ecotourism for small groups with a focus on wildlife and conservation.

Nomad-Tanzania


nomad-tanzania


Nomad Tanzania owns and operates its own collection of unique camps and privately guided safaris across the most geographically diverse areas in Tanzania. It also offers an efficient ground-handling and safari-planning service throughout Tanzania and Zanzibar and uses its experience and approach to recommend other camps that it feels meet its exacting standards. They have a reputation for employing excellent guides and for always going the extra mile for guests. All of its team members have a deep love for the African bush and a desire to share their passion with others. Its website has some sample itineraries for inspiration, but each trip is fully customized.

Destinations: Tanzania

Popular package: Serengeti Safari, eight nights, from $5,000.

Philanthropy: A microfinance scheme allows guides to purchase their own safari vehicles, which Nomad then rents from them. Nomad has also introduced steel water bottles for all guests so as to reduce the use of plastic. The Nomad Trust raises charitable donations for a range of community projects.

What they do best: Excellent guides, camps, comprehensive itineraries, and service in a specialized region.  learn more about nomad-tanzania

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