Expeditions You Might Like
Botswana epitomizes romantic vintage Africa; its plains are home to wildlife that have lured adventurers to the continent for generations: lions, cheetahs, elephants, hippos, buffalos, and leopards. Stay at beautiful, classic tented camps located within expansive reserves and a widely diverse range of habitats—the Kalahari Desert, ancient mopane forests, the Okavango Delta, and rich, green floodplains—teeming with birds and animals for outstanding wildlife viewing and photographic opportunities.
The mighty Zambezi River forms the border between southern Zambia and northern Zimbabwe, and supports large populations of African wildlife. In the company of long-time Zegrahm expedition leader, Lex Hes, join us for an extraordinary 17-day adventure. Not only will you stay near this vital life source to view hippos, buffalo, zebras, giraffes, and elephants, but also venture farther afield to Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park for additional game viewing opportunities.
A must for nature-lovers, Madagascar adventure travel is ripe with botanicals, birds, and land animals, including the island’s icon—lemurs. The island’s isolation and size (it’s the world’s fourth-largest island) has made for striking biodiversity: 90 percent of all forest flora is endemic and more than half of the 250-plus bird species are found nowhere else.