Africa's ultra-luxury safari company
Let us reveal the essence of Africa with uncompromising luxury

AFRICA'S ULTRA-LUXURY SAFARI COMPANY

Extraordinary luxury and ultra-luxury safari packages for discriminating well-seasoned international travellers who want bush experiences that are extraordinary and over the top.

Discretion, Security & Good Old-Fashioned Fun!

Like the Old Days

Reminiscent of safaris during the turn of the century, what sets us apart is our hands-on approach to ensure your safari is flawless. We are logistics people and will make it happen, whether you are solo or a large group.

Do you want exceptional customer service in remote African locations, with wonderful amenities, extraordinary accommodations, world-class cuisine, and attention to detail?

Our team has diverse backgrounds in the following fields: group tours, operations, raised in Africa, bushmen, professional safari guides, former law enforcement, safari nurse, pilots, and more.

Denys Finch Hatton (center) hosts the Prince of Wales (right) on a 1928 East African safari.

Many of our safari packages include the exclusive use of the lodges, camps and bush aircraft

Helicopter parked near elephant herd

We Offer the Exclusive Use of Either a Bush Plane or Helicopter

No lengthy drive times between parks, we fly you instead!

Private transport flights between camps and the airport are chartered. Your pilot’s extensive knowledge of the African bush will take you to extraordinary places only a pilot can deliver.

Walking safari with wildebeest and zebra

The Bush Offers Something for Everyone

Whether you want to explore the wildebeest's annual migration, vast elephant herds, predators, or rare birds, the bush offers something for everyone.

The walking safari is the last haven for discerning explorers who long for the freedom of the African bush and to move at the pace of nature. Only a handful of companies have been granted permission to enter the Serengeti on foot.

Spotting lion on walking safariKaren Blixen and lions

Lion Tracking

Lion tracking with an armed ranger. Your participation in this walking safari helps fund the protection of these big cats. The rangers take notes on specific lions spotted and report their findings to the Ol Pejeta Ecological Monitoring Department.

And yes, when several lions charged Karen Blixen, within seconds, Denys Finch Hatton shot and killed both, a very close call for Karen.

Survival Training

Maasai moran

Maasai Warriors

Survival training with Maasai warriors called moran. They can adapt and survive in the toughest conditions, making them one of the bravest and fiercest tribes in East Africa’s history.

Their bushcraft is legendary, and they will tell you their secrets…

Maasai Warrior Training

Do you want to learn how to throw a spear like the Maasai? Have some fun with the moran and test your skills over 2 hours. Game on!

Kalahari Bushmen

It is a privilege to have four generations of Bushmen, women, and preschool children living at Jack’s Camp in Makgadikgadi.

Offering a window into the past, the bushmen will teach you how to survive in the harshest environments using their vast and ancient knowledge of plants, animal behaviors, and survival skills.

Upon arrival, the community elders greet you in their traditional manner. You’ll have the rare opportunity to walk with them into the bush for an informative introduction to the Kalahari Desert and their way of life.

Bushman archer

Extraordinary High-End Safari Camps

Unashamedly romantic and beautifully styled, Elsa’s Kopje in Meru National Park is sculpted into Mughwango Hill above the site of George Adamson’s original camp, where he raised and released orphaned lions. Each cottage is crafted around the rocks, with a large bedroom, open sitting room, veranda, and spacious bathroom with breathtaking views.

The lions of Meru patrol this spectacular park and are the main attraction as this is where Born Free was filmed, the story of George & Joy Adamson, who raised Elsa, the lion. Elsa’s grave is close by and can be visited.

Okavango Delta Ride

This is a horseback ride like no other. Working directly with the local communities, who live on the edge of the Okavango Delta in Botswana, a lightweight camp is transported either in traditional mokoros (dug-out canoes) or by pack donkeys, depending on water levels.

This safari is literally “off the grid.” We can arrange for your “exclusive use” of the mobile camp, based on availability. Experience fantastic riding locations, abundant wildlife, the best bush cuisine cooked on open fires, and top-class professional guiding, but always with a minimal ecological footprint.

Intermediate to experienced riders only. For non-riders, they can go out on mokoros canoe trips, walking safaris, or swim in the clear waters of the Okavango while you’re out riding. Fly in and out by helicopter, and photograph wildlife from above.

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Horseback safari riders in line
Watching buffalo herd on horseback safari

Okavango Delta & Kalahari Desert Horseback Ride

Ride along ancient lakebeds lined with palm trees and sand dunes stretching for miles in one of the most beautiful areas of the Botswana wilderness and the Kalahari.

At the height of the migration season, the islands and adjoining grasslands are awash with zebra, wildebeest, hartebeest, ostrich, and of course, the attendant predators!

South African trail saddles are used as they are more comfortable over long distances and kinder on the horse’s back. Includes the “exclusive use” of a helicopter, and luxury bush camps, based on availability.

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Mokoro Canoe Trips in the Okavango Delta

Enjoy a tranquil journey in a mokoro, the traditional way of traversing the wondrous water land of the Okavango Delta, a unique pulsing wetland.

It is part of the Rift Valley System and one of the few large inland delta systems without an outlet to the sea. Known as an endorheic delta, its waters drain instead into the desert sands of the Kalahari Basin.

This is the habitat of vast elephant and Cape buffalo herds, or perhaps Pel’s fishing owl, one of the most elusive and sought-after birds of the Okavango Delta. For most twitchers, this bird is considered by some to be the Holy Grail of rare birds.

Guest in mokoro

Premium Sundowners

Fly by helicopter to the top of Ol Olokwe’s stunning cliffs, the sacred mountain of the Samburu deemed to be the home of God. Or even over the Serengeti in a bush plane.

The Cuisine

Guided by local traditions, every table shares a unique story in extraordinary safari settings like the jungle, desert, rivers, lakes, vast savannahs, or mountains.

Rejuvenating Spa Treatments

Blending the elements of nature with healing traditions passed down through many generations, experience unique spa treatments in unique safari locations.

8 Day Mt. Kilimanjaro Climbing Expedition, 30 September 2025 + 3 Days Pre-Excursions

Join our September 2025 climbing expedition or contact us to arrange a private expedition on your chosen dates.

Join us on our 30 September 2025 ascent using the 8-Day Lemosho Route, the easiest for acclimatization with over a 95% success rate.

We encourage climbers of all ages, including 50+. The world record is an 89-year-old woman; we would like to break that world record.

Our team offers a climbing nurse, a gradual training program, and suggested supplements to enhance O2 levels and oxygen. Includes many luxury upgrades, satellite phones, and expanded menus.

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Uhuru Peak, Kilimanjaro

Let us explore Africa together, one safari at a time

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Our Safari Team are Professionals with 145 Years of Combined Safari Experience

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