Unique wildlife, Birds, Chameleons, the famous Lemurs and so much more…!

Madagascar, off Africa’s eastern coast in the Indian Ocean, is the world’s fourth-largest island and sits at the top of many nature lovers’ bucket list of places to visit on the planet.

Here you will get the opportunity to experience over 100 endemic bird species,  750 species of endemic orchids,  the famous lemurs and unique wildlife of which over 90% of is found nowhere else on earth!   The island also boasts a remarkable array of endemic flora, reptiles, frogs and two-thirds of the world’s chameleons.  This is the reason Madagascar has often been called an “alternate world” or “a world apart”, or even the “Eighth Continent”.

Take a peek of what you can expect when joining us there on tour:

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See more detail about the trip on Madagascar Wildlife Safari or enquire directly at info@naturetravelafrica.com


We love the unspoilt wilderness in Malawi

From the first time we set foot in Malawi, we were mesmerized by everything that you experience here.  It’s a place of breathtaking scenery, amazing birding opportunities, incredible wildlife and to top it all, the people of Malawi welcome you with open arms.

If you’re looking for that dream African safari, this is the place to start.

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Join us in Malawi on your next trip, whether you’re looking to go birding or embark on a wildlife safari, we customize your safari just the way you are imagining it.  To see our tailormade safaris and tours browse to Malawi on our website.

Get in touch with our expert team on info@naturetravelafrica.com


Magical Kenya…

There are no two words that can better explain this gem of an African country.  Kenya is diverse and beautiful! We’re talking prolific wildlife, the Great Migration, breathtaking birding, photograph opportunities that will make you want to stay there forever..and so much more!

One can’t help but spontaneously think of John Hemingway’s quote when you think of Kenya:

“If I have ever seen magic, it has been in Africa.” 

Take a peek of what we are talking about and get excited with us about travelling there soon.

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We can’t wait to share our expertise and love for this country and take you on a dream safari.  We offer wonderful wildlife safaris and birding tours of which the detail can be seen under Kenya on our website.

Get in touch with our expert team at info@naturetravelafrica.com


We dream about South Luangwa…

Just imagine Big Game sightings, riverfront landscapes, diverse mammals and beautiful birds…and how about kayaking or snorkelling at our very own island. We can’t wait for this safari where we will visit South Luangwa, Liwonde and Lake Malawi.

Let’s show you a bit of what you can expect

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Browse to South Luangwa, Liwonde & Lake Malawi  Wildlife Adventure for detail about the itinerary. To join this extraordinary safari experience get in touch with us on info@naturetravelafrica.com.

This is why we love Africa!


A picture paints a thousand words…how true is that saying! When you look through pictures from your travels you can almost smell the air or experience the feeling you had on the day you were there.

We are sharing our favourite photographs from Africa with you, showing a bit of the magic that we are privileged to experience.

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Travel with Nature Travel Africa to experience the magic of Africa.  Get in touch with our team to start planning your next Africa safari on info@naturetravelafrica.com

The magic of Zambia!


Zambia! Except from having some of Africa’s best wildlife and game reserves, the country is also home to:

• Over 3,500 species of wild flowering plants

• A total of 242 mammalian species , with most endemic ones occupying the woodland and grassland ecosystems. The Thornicroft Giraffe and Kafue Lechwe are some of the well-known subspecies that are endemic to Zambia.

• Almost 800 bird species, of which 600 are either resident or Afrotropic migrants. Chaplin’s Barbet, White-chested Tinkerbird, Black-cheeked Lovebird and Shelley’s Sunbird are just some of the special species of Zambia.

• Roughly 490 known fish species, belonging to 24 fish families with Lake Tanganyika having the highest diversity and most endemic species

Let’s show you a bit of the magic in Zambia…

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Why you should put Botswana on your wishlist

On safari in Botswana with Nature Travel Africa

Every time we take clients on safari to Botswana I am so excited for the experience that awaits them. It’s a beautiful country, unimaginably vast; with incredible contrasts, rich culture and prolific wildlife.  I can almost hear ‘My Africa Dream’ playing in the background…

Why Botswana? Well, almost half of this country’s surface is dedicated to national parks and game reserves, making it one of Africa’s top safari destinations with attractions like Chobe National Park, Savuti, Mashatu Game Reserve, Okavango Delta and Moremi Game Reserve.  Botswana’s fauna includes 164 mammal, 589 bird and 150 reptile species. The country also boasts 2500 species of plants and 650 species of trees. Truly remarkable diversity!

Let’s share our photo gallery with you so you can get an idea of what we’re talking about.

Get in touch on info@naturetravelafrica.com so we can create the perfect personalised Botswana safari for you.

Welcome to the Kgalagadi Transfontier Park

Once you have felt the red sand of the Kalahari under your bare feet, those tiny granules never leave your soul… The red dune landscapes, big blue skies and the calm serenity and utter silence of that magical place stay with you forever.

This should be on your bucket list…!

Read more about this magnificent safari with our expert guide on The Best of the Kalahari Safari

The wonderful wildlife of Tanzania

The country of Tanzania is often at the top of the pile when people plan a bucket list trip to Africa, and with good reason! It is the land of safaris!

The country is the site of Africa’s highest and lowest points: Mount Kilimanjaro, at 5,895 metres (19,341 ft) above sea level, and the floor of Lake Tanganyika, at 1,471 metres (4,826 ft) below sea level, respectively. Three of Africa’s Great Lakes are partly within Tanzania; to the north and west lie Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake, and Lake Tanganyika, the continent’s deepest lake, known for its unique species of fish. Central Tanzania is a large plateau, and the eastern shore is hot and humid, with the Zanzibar archipelago just offshore from the 1,424 km (885 mi) long Indian Ocean coastline.

Mount Kilimanjaro (2)

Some of the highlights of this mountainous east African country include:

•  Three of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders; Mount Kilimanjaro, the spectacular Ngorongoro crater, and the famous annual Serengeti mammal migration

•  Seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Ngorongoro Conservation area, Serengeti National Park, Selous Game Reserve and of course Kilimanjaro

•  38 % of the country’s land area is set aside in 40 parks, reserves and protected areas

•  The highest amount of mammals on the African continent, including the Big Five, Cheetah, African Wild Dog and Chimpanzee, and several endangered species

•  Over 1,100 bird species, including 23 endemics and 35 globally threatened species; Tanzania has 77 Important Bird Areas (IBAs), as designated by BirdLife International

•  About 130 amphibian and 275 reptilian species

•  Incredible photographic and videographic opportunities

•  The iconic, nomadic red-cloaked Maasai people with their traditional beliefs

•  The idyllic beaches and coral reefs of Zanzibar, with its Swahili capital of Stone Town

A visit to Tanzania will guarantee stunning landscapes, spectacular wildlife, safari adventures to remember for a lifetime, barefoot beaches and idyllic islands, historical and cultural riches and amazing African-Arabic-Indian cuisine.

The country offers something for everyone, from self-drive or camping holidays to ultra-luxurious world-class lodges, and everything in between!

Browse to our website for more info on our popular safaris in Africa and more specifically, visit https://naturetravelafrica.com/east-africa-migration-safari/  or https://naturetravelafrica.com/best-of-kenya-wildlife/ .  To get in touch send us an email to info@naturetravelafrica.com