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The African Safari Experience 

 

  

For many tourist, the amazing wildlife of Africa is the magnet that draws them to South Africa and Africa and it's the top of their bucket list for travel.This is BIG 5 COUNTRY - view the lions, leopards, buffalo, elephants and rhino living freely in their natural enviroment. Nothing comes close to experiencing the raw power of the lion hunt, the sheer bulk and force of the rhino, the delicacy and grace of the leopard, the supreme confidence of a herd of elephants and the adrenalin racing charge of the African buffalo.

At 20twenty plus we pride ourselves in securing only the finest Lodges and retreats to compliment the wonderful safari experiences and wildlife encounters.We will tailor make a safari adventure that includes your specific and special interests to ensure you have an unforgettable African Safari experience with 20twenty plus.

 

 

  


 

Kruger National Park

 

  The Kruger National Park in South Africa is an internationally renowned destination that offers the world's greatest safari experience.It is unmatched in terms of the diversity and quantity of African wildlife and the beautiful vastness of it's landscapes.The Kruger National Park is the premier game reserve in South Africa and is home to a diverse member of species including the BIG 5 - lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino which creates one of the best game viewing in Africa.You will be touched with the mystical empathy of man and beast, living together in harmony and with mutal respect of creatures to be born free.

   


 Cape Town

 

  Perched at the Southern tip of Africa, unmatched natural beauty, amazing beaches, wonderful hospitality and cultural diversity makes Cape Town one of the world's greatest tourist destinations. Cape Town is cradled by the natural prescence of Table Mountain and forms a backdrop to a land so lovely that it appears to be a fantasy landscape.The beauty of the vineyards in Constantia, Stellenbosch and Franschoek entices visitors to taste the world class wines and cuisine.There are a number of tours on offer and include: A full day Cape Peninsula tour, Trip up Table Mountain via the cable car, Wine Route tour, tour of Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years and for the more adventurous, a shark cage dive.

  


 

Sun City

 

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Sun City is a resort with a unique heartbeat and African rythym all of its own and surrounded by the impressive Pilansberg.The resort offers magnificent recreational facilities, including 2 world class golf courses, the magical Lost City, Valley of the waves and also a choice of conference venues.The Casino entertainment centre with shops and cullinary experiences are equalled by few. The resort offers 4 world class hotels: The Sun City Hotel, The Cabanas, The Cascades and the famous Palace of the Lost City.

 

 

  


 

Victoria Falls

 

 Victoria Falls "Mosi- ao - Tunya" or the "smoke that thunders" is a must see spectacle so incredible that it takes one's breath away, just as it did when David Livingstone, the first European to vist the Falls in 1855. The roar and cloud of mist that perpetually form above the falls can be seen from a distance.The splendour of the activities will keep you occupied during your stay. The activities include: A tour of the Falls, Sunset Cruise on the Zambezi River, elephant back safari, helicopter flight over the falls and a cultural evening including a Boma Dinner. For the adventurous, experience a bunjee jump off the bridge or white river rafting down the might of the Zambezi River.

 

 

 


 

Zambezi Queen

 

Located along the banks of the Chobe River, The Zambezi Queen offers world class sophistication.
With only 14 suites, it is unique and adventurous as it is comfortable and elegant. Each suite features airconditioning and a private balcony offering unobstructered views of the Chobe River and you can also enjoy remarkable game viewing from the comfort of your bedside. The Zambezi Queen allows for an entire stretch of river from a vantage point making for incredible game viewing. The banks of the Chobe River boasts one of the densest population of elephants on the African continent - currently estimated to be 120 000.The Chobe National Park is home to a large number of buffalo, leopards, lions and a variety of antelope and birdlife.  You can can also enjoy the thrill of close up viewing of animals on tender boats. 

 

 

 

 


 

 Botswana - Chobe Safari

 

 chobe_image006.jpg - largeThe Chobe National Park is the second largest National Park in Botswana and covers over 10 566 square kilometers. It has one of the greatest concentration of game found on the African continent and is famous for the number of elephants roaming in the reserve. The Chobe River flows lazily through the Caprivi flood plains and provides a haven for huge herds of elephants, zebra, wildebeest and impala which are closely followed by predators. You can enjoy game drives, bush walking in the Chobe National Park and visit the local village for a cultural experience.The Sundowner River Cruise is amazing, culminating in spectacular Chobe sunsets.  

 

  


 

Kenya

 

 KENNEW4.jpg - smallFew places in the world provide the extraordinary opportunity to view wildlife in it's natural habitat as Kenya. The word safari was invented in Kenya where in Kiswahai it means "journey". This is a land with endless potential for wildlife enthusiast. From the great migratory herds of the wildebeest, the open savannah to the remoteness of the tropical rainforests, this is indeed a world of natural wonders.The country has 59 National Parks and Game Reserves and 43 timeless cultures with many present in the villages that are unchanged by the modern world.The most popular safaris on offer is in the Masai Marai and Seregenti Game Reserves. 

 

 


 

Namibia

 

 KENNEW4.jpg - smallNamibia possesses some of the most stunning landscapes in Africa, and a trip through the country is one of the great road adventures. Natural wonders  and the wildlife utopia of Etosha National Park enthrall, but it is the lonely desert roads where mighty slabs of granite rise out of swirling desert sands that will sear themselves in your mind. It is like a coffee-table book come to life as sand dunes in the world's oldest desert meet the crashing rollers along the wild Atlantic coast. Namibia is also the headquarters of adventure activities in the region, so whether you are a dreamer or love hearing the crunch of earth under your boots, travel in Namibia will stay with you long after the desert vistas fade.

 

 


 

Uganda

 

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With half the planet's remaining mountain gorillas residing here, as well as the big five, wildlife watching is huge in Uganda. It boasts the home to the tallest mountain range in Africa, Rwenzori Mountains, the source that also feeds the world's longest river and the continent's largest lake.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of Africa's most ancient habitats resulting in some 120 species of mammal and over 350 species of bird, and of course the highlight which is the gorillas - which is why most people come. Seeing these critically endangered creatures up close, is one not to be missed!

 

 


 

Zanzibar

 

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Zanzibar has a magnificent array of cultural activities. With a mesmerising mix of influences from the Indian subcontinent, the Arabian peninsula, the African mainland and Europe, there's an activity for everyone. Take a food and spices tour, the old Stone Town tour or relax on one of Zanzibar's finest beaches along its spectacular coastline - you really are spoiled for choice!