African Safaris

Who has not dreamed of going on an African safari at some stage in their lifetime? The very word - Kiswahili for "journey" - evokes visions of explorers and adventurers heading off into the interior of what was once known as "the darkest continent". More recently the name "safari" has become synonymous with an expedition into the African bush with the desire to see wildlife at close range. This is wilderness viewing at its most exciting and while many visitors encompass the goal of seeing the Big 5, the African veld yields up far more in the way of birding, flora, insect life, tree life and a huge range of fauna. What makes a safari more intriguing is that it usually takes place in a more remote National Park or Nature reserve where one can be more at one with nature. And each day dawns with the unexpected - fresh memories to be captured.

Botswana Safari

Botswana Safari

Botswana is undoubtedly the premier safari destination in Africa and having operated lodges near Kasane in Northern Botswana, Phil Patton (ATS Proprietor) is extremely qualified in advising on which areas within this amazing destination to experience. Nowhere in Africa is the cycle of life and death, birth and renewal, survival and decline more apparent than in Botswana. Read more >

Namibia Safaris

Namibia Safaris

Namibia is a land of wide open spaces and a quiet desolation which is sure to leave a lasting impression. For safari purposes, the country can be split into four main topographical regions: the Namib Desert and coastal plains in the west, the eastward-sloping Central Plateau, the Kalahari along the borders with South Africa and Botswana and the densely wooded bushveld of the Kavango and Caprivi regions. Home to some of the world's grandest national parks, Namibia offers exceptional experiences within this unforgiving terrain. Explore the wildlife-rich Etosha National Park in North-western Namibia, and the dune fields and desert plains of the Namib-Naukluft Park in Western Namibia. The nation's geographical and commercial centre is Windhoek, in the Central Highlands, while surfers and beach-lovers will delight in Swakopmund. Read more >

South Africa Safaris

South Africa Safaris

South Africa Safari areas cover a terrain that is exciting for its immense diversity. Between the western plains and the east’s sub-tropical regions the country boasts wooded and open savannah as well as breathtaking mountainous landscapes. Besides the incredible variety of animals, our safaris allow you to experience the astonishing flora and fauna found in these ecosystems. Take a trip with us to the unforgettable Kruger National Park, which extends 350km in length and is 70km at its widest. Incorporating the private game reserves of Sabi Sand (Mpumalanga) and the Timbavati (Limpopo), the renowned park plays host to 147 species of mammal, more than 500 species of bird, 114 species of reptile and more than 200 species of butterfly. Read more >

Zambia Safaris

Zambia Safaris

Zambia is a paradise for any safari enthusiast. Large swathes of the country remain untouched by time and humanity, and the country's incredible wildlife bear witness to this feat. It is also home to one of Africa's great rivers – the Zambezi – which tumbles over one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the mighty Victoria Falls. On a Zambian safari, we aim to make your stay the experience of a lifetime. Whether you are interested in a wilderness experience, want to get up close and personal with wildlife on a walking safari, experience an adrenaline rush river rafting on the Zambezi, or partake in a canoeing safari, we have a safari for you. Read more >