When you visit Africa you embark on a journey filled with all things extraordinary. From Wildlife, the Big 5, Birding, Landscapes, Fauna & Flora and wonderful photography opportunities. Our story starts with our love for Africa.
As part of the Nature Travel Group, our specialty here at Nature Travel Africa is private and small group guided safaris.
The company was founded by Nick Buys from a passion for sharing his knowledge with clients. Nick has travelled and led birding and wildlife safaris all over the world.
Join Nature Travel Africa to both well established as well as new and remote locations to experience our wonderful passion and knowledge of the African continent.
We pride ourselves that we can offer every client a personalised African safari experience. We are looking forward to meeting you on tour soon.
Get in touch with an expert to enquire about your next African safari on email@example.com.
The Nature Travel Group consists of companies, with each its own specialty and driven by our passion for nature and its inhabitants.
Our sister companies:
Nature Travel Namibia:
Specialised Namibia private and small group safaris.
Nature Travel Birding:
Specialising in tailor-made private and small group birding tours across the globe.
Nature Travel Active:
Ensuring your body stays as healthy as your mind and spirit while you are on your next safari.
Nature Travel Expeditions:
Focusing on bucket-list experiences in fascinating places.
Namibia Vet Safaris:
Gives you a chance to take a behind the scenes look at conservation efforts and the veterinary wildlife field in Namibia.
Nature Travel Conservation:
Be part of conserving nature and its wildlife for the generations to come after us.
Nature Travel Kruger:
Specialising in group and private safaris to the Kruger National Park.
Nature Travel Wildlife Conservation & Veterinary Trust:
The Trust plays an active role in wildlife conservation in Namibia and Africa, by providing veterinary services and assisting with veterinary related expenses for injured wildlife and emergency translocation of wildlife species.