Southern Africa Trifecta

Gay Safari Tours South Africa

Cape Town + Wildlife Safari + Victoria Falls

August 30 – September 10, 2019

Trip Highlights

  • Excellent wildlife viewing in some of Africa’s best safari destinations — South Africa and Botswana
  • Stunning Victoria Falls — the largest show of its kind on earth
  • The beautiful city of Cape Town and the gorgeous scenery around the Cape of Good Hope
  • The delightful Winelands region outside of Cape Town, including a winery visit
  • Superb — and superbly comfortable — accommodations
  • Delicious meals and South African wines along the way

 

INTRODUCTION

Gay Tours Cape TownHere’s the kind of adventure about which many people dream but few experience. Venture Out is pleased once again to offer this very popular tour for the sixth time. It blends a splendid sampling of African culture, incredible wildlife, other outdoor activities, great food and wine, and gorgeous scenery — beginning in Cape Town, one of the world’s most beautiful cities. We will cover a vast, majestic land, and this is sure to be the trip of a lifetime! Cape Town is certainly one of the world’s most scenic cities. We will visit the environs of the city: the lovely Winelands area that produces most of South Africa’s excellent vintages and home to some acclaimed restaurants, as well as the fantastically scenic Cape Peninsula down to the Cape of Good Hope at the “bottom of Africa.”

Gay Safari Tours Botswana South AfricaOur first wildlife safari experience will take place in and near the Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa. A vast area of plains, interrupted by rocky outcrops, the 300-square-mile reserve hosts packs of the endangered wild dog. In addition there are healthy predator populations — lion, cheetah, and leopard. Black and white rhino and a wide range of antelope are numerous. Birdlife is outstanding as well, with numerous species of the nearby Kalahari Desert. Our intimate-in-size luxury safari lodge, with welcoming service and exceptional cuisine, is situated on private ground and hidden in lush riverside forest.

Gay Safari Groups Southern AfricaThe country of Botswana, our next stop, is exceedingly rich in wildlife, and its vast expanses of nature are filled with a wide variety of fauna and flora to see and experience. In fact, some safari aficionados consider Botswana to be Africa’s best country for this type of experience owing to its policy of keeping the number of visitors on the low side. We experience one of the world’s great natural phenomena, the tranquil Okavango Delta, a 6,000-square-mile inland flood plain (larger than Connecticut) that fans out in the northwestern corner of the country, creating a paradise of palms, papyrus, crystal-clear channels, and backwaters. Set in a massive sea of Kalahari Desert sand, this fragile wonderland of waterways, islands, and forests is an oasis for wildlife, drawn to its life-giving waters from the surrounding thirsty lands. The evening air is filled with the sounds of birdcall, frogs, and antelope rustling in the reeds. Wildebeest, buffalo, and zebra roam the islands; elephants wade across channels under the watch of hippopotamus and crocodiles; and predators like lion and leopard rule the night. You will never forget our small-scale luxury safari “camp” here with its beautiful accommodation, very warm staff, and delicious cuisine.

Gay Tours Victoria FallsStraddling the border between the countries of Zimbabwe and Zambia, Victoria Falls is justifiably called one of the Wonders of the Natural World, and spans a little more than a mile, making it the widest show of its kind on earth. The sight of more than 2 million gallons of water per second from the Zambezi River crashing 350 feet down (twice the height of Niagara) is one not easily forgotten. On a clear day, the veil of the roaring spray can be seen from up to 20 miles away, and the rain forest that clings to the cliffs opposite the falls in the Victoria Falls National Park is nourished by this constant spray. It is this phenomenon that gave the falls its local name: Mosi-Oa-Tunya — literally, “the smoke that thunders. Our new luxury lodge on the Zambezi River is located just a short distance upstream from the falls.

 

ACCOMMODATIONS

Following is a description of the excellent lodgings we intend to use as we plan this tour. Please note however that we reserve the right to make changes to these accommodations.

Cape Town, South Africa — 3 nights

Information to come . . .

Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa — 3 nights

Luxurious accommodation, exceptional cuisine, welcoming service, and thrilling game viewing combine to create an unforgettable luxury safari experience. Situated on private ground within the malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa’s North West Province, the lodge caters for a small number of guests, ensuring personal attention and exclusivity in its luxurious and air-conditioned suites. The reserve is home to the “Big Five” (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo) plus cheetah, giraffe, hyena, and a host of other game and bird species. Expert guides are at the ready to reveal all of this to you. Additionally, our lodge is  is located on 4,000 acres of privately owned ground which is reserved exclusively for the guests.

Designed to have minimal environmental impact — constructed from local stone, wood, and thatch and blending effortlessly with the bush — the lodge allows guests to continuously experience the natural beauty of the surroundings. Hidden in riverside forest, the suites, each with glass-walled bedrooms, overlook the Limpopo River, offering uninterrupted views of the surrounding bush. The suites also have private sundecks and spacious bathrooms (with roll-top bathtubs as well as indoor and outdoor showers) that can be opened to the forest. On the property are an infinity-edge swimming pool, gym, health and beauty treatment center, and lookout point with magnificent views. Further, our lodge prides itself on the exceptional quality of its food and wines, adding another memorable dimension to your stay.

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Okavango Delta, Botswana — 3 nights

Our camp in the renowned Okavango Delta is a classic African tented camp with just a handful of luxury canvas tents, all remodeled in 2018 as we publish this itinerary and crafted with five-star fixtures as well as sustainability in mind.  The traditional camp is built on a 260,000-acre private concession and has a large lounge area and dining area with lovely views over the floodplains. The main area features a new outdoor bar with the best possible views of the floodplains, a small library area, and curio shop. From the swimming pool — a real treat after a hot day of game viewing — guests can watch giraffe and other plains game march across the savannah and sometimes catch a glimpse of rare wild dogs. Each tent has a deck with views over the floodplains, allowing prime game viewing from your tent with a freshly made cup of tea or coffee to hand.

The camp is also home to a unique elephant interaction project where you can walk with rescued orphaned elephants — an uplifting experience that will remain with you long after you’ve left.

The Okavango Delta is flooded for part of the year and when it is, guests can experience serene silence at the gentle pace of a poled mokoro excursion along the narrow channels. These are 2-person canoes with a poler on the back who steers you through the channels. This activity is water-level dependent.

Sightings of four of the “Big Five” (no rhino in this area) are common here on the Okavango Delta where the wildlife and game viewing is staggeringly special. Shared only with its (even smaller) sister camp this vast patch of the delta in northern Botswana is so private that only the camps’ vehicles tour these precious, pristine grassy plains. This ensures a more exclusive safari experience and allows a deeper connection with the wild.

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Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe — 2 nights

Our last accommodation is a private luxury lodge within the Zambezi National Park right on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River that is scheduled to open in the first half of 2018. From the lodge the massive spray of Victoria Falls is visible in the distance about four miles downstream. Each spacious canvas suite has been tastefully decorated with stylish furnishings and fittings and comes with a king size bed, comfortable lounge, complimentary minibar, air conditioning, ceiling fan, mosquito nets, indoor/outdoor showers, twin basins, outdoor bath tub with a view, robes and slippers, private plunge pool, wifi, and a private viewing deck where you can sit and take in the river scenery and whatever might be happening at the moment. The only thing that really resembles a tent is the canvas on the outside. The main lodge has an open-plan lounge and dining area and is positioned just back from the river in view of wildlife that often passes in front (possibly elephant and hippo, for example). There’s also a watering hole on the other side of the lodge where animals congregate when they’re thirsty. The cuisine here is top-notch with a choice wine list. Taking advantage of its position on the Zambezi River the lodge includes a cruise on their own small boats as part of the available activities.

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East Africa Wildlife Safari

Gay Group African Luxury Safari

A Luxury Circuit in Kenya & Tanzania

October 17-26, 2014

Trip Highlights

  • Excellent game viewing and bird watching
  • Possibility to witness the Great Wildebeest Migration in the famed Serengeti National Park (◊)
  • Off-road game viewing in most locations
  • Good chance of checking off all of the “Big Five”
  • Great views of Mt. Kilimanjaro
  • Superb accommodations and gorgeous scenery
  • Opportunities for cultural interaction with the Maasai people
  • Game walks available with Maasai guides
  • The Ngorongoro Crater – the world’s largest unflooded volcanic caldera, with abundant wildlife
  • Lake Manyara in the Great Rift Valley
  • Download Detailed Itinerary

INTRODUCTION

Here’s the kind of adventure about which many people dream but few experience! The word “safari” is Swahili for “a journey,” and what a journey indeed we have in store for you here in East Africa where it all began – in Kenya and Tanzania. The writings of Karen Blixen, and the adaptation of her classic book Out of Africa into a major motion picture, helped established Kenya as a great safari destination in the modern era, and Tanzania soon followed. These are the best countries on the African continent for seeing large amounts of wildlife. And, not to be overlooked, some of the locations we experience are private reserves where we can roam the terrain away from others. Bird watching enthusiasts will also appreciate these countries with over a thousand species recorded within their borders.

Gay African Safari in Kenya and TanzaniaSet on the Tanzanian border, Kenya’s Amboseli National Reserve is a greatly scenic wildlife reserve. There are few better-known landscapes in the world than that of Amboseli. Many vistas here are dominated by the grandeur of the majestic, snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest at over 19,000 feet! The image of elephant and giraffe crossing vast open plains against a backdrop of the snows of Kilimanjaro is one familiar to us all. Amboseli is perhaps best known for its abundant and approachable elephants, which are among the largest in Africa as they have been protected here for generations, and the guides from our camp know the families and their histories intimately. Our beautiful lodge sits adjacent to the Reserve on its own private concession which, importantly, means we have access to private, off-road game viewing and walks here as well as in Amboseli itself.

Gay Escorted African SafariLake Manyara National Park is where we enjoy a beautiful sunset excursion to hippopotamus pools and which has the Great Rift Valley Escarpment as its dramatic backdrop. Some 450 species of birds – including an astonishing 40 varieties of birds of prey – have been recorded here, making this one of Tanzania’s best bird-watching localities. Large flocks of flamingo congregate on the lake. Vegetation here includes wild fig, tamarind, mahogany, and sausage trees. If we’re very lucky we might have the bonus of spotting some of the tree-climbing lions of Manyara.

Gay African SafariSometimes known as the “Eighth Wonder of the World,” sometimes as the proverbial “Garden of Eden,” but definitely as a World Heritage Site, the Ngorongoro Crater is the largest  unflooded volcano caldera in the world with a vastness and beauty that are overwhelming. The conservation area contains perhaps the largest concentration of permanent wildlife in Africa, with an estimated 30,000 large mammals. It also happens to be one of the best reserves to see the very endangered black rhino — fingers crossed!

Gay African SafariThe Serengeti National Park – another World Heritage Site and larger than Connecticut — is Tanzania’s largest and most famous park and has the largest concentration of migratory game animals in the world. It’s also famous for its huge lion population and is one of the best places to see them. “Serengeti” is derived from the Maasai language and means “endless plain,” and the park lies within the primary migration route of the wildebeest. The population figures are staggering: 1.5 million wildebeest, half a million zebra, a plethora of other animals, and nearly 500 species of birds. Many wildebeest will meet their end as they cross the Mara River due to drowning or the patiently awaiting crocodiles. The part of the Serengeti we experience is a mix of open plains, bush, woodlands, and magnificent kopjes (rocky outcrops). Forests of large mahogany and fig trees are found along the rivers. (◊) Please Note: It’s impossible to predict the exact timing of the famous Serengeti migration which covers a circuit of about 500 miles. Usually, though, the migration will be happening during this time period in the part of the Serengeti where we’ll be staying.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Following is a description of the superb lodgings we intend to use on this tour. We reserve the right to make changes to these accommodations. In addition to the beautiful places here we also have our first night in an upscale, historic Nairobi hotel before heading out to the bush.

Amboseli National Reserve — Kenya — 2 nights

Our selected accommodation is a wonderfully conceived site — the only luxury tented camp in Amboseli — and offers the most exceptional views of Kilimanjaro. Situated in a forest of umbrella thorn trees, it’s located just outside the Reserve on a private concession so we can enjoy game drives in open-sided 4×4 vehicles in both areas as well as guided walks with expert Masaai guides, cultural visits, bush meals, and ‘sundowners’ at the top of a hill as the setting sun colors the snows of Kilimanjaro pink. Relax in an indulgent massage. Take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool. This camp has 16 luxury safari tents, all spacious and nicely appointed. Each tent is raised up on a wooden deck and consists of a main bedroom, bathroom, and spacious veranda all under a big thatched roof. At the lounge and dining area guests are close to the camp’s own watering hole and have views of Kilimanjaro. With an invitingly lush and healthy vegetable garden, the camp prides itself in serving up fresh salads and vegetables with every meal. From impressive bush breakfasts out in the middle of the plains to fresh homemade pastas and breads at the camp, the chefs excel with every meal. The friendly staff mostly come from the local Maasai community. This camp has been the recipient of myriad accolades and has been placed on many prestigious lists: the Good Safari Guide, the World Travel Awards, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, etc.
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Ngorongoro Crater / Lake Manyara Area — Tanzania — 3 nights

Our accommodation during this leg of the journey is one of those places where most guests spend just a night passing through and then regret it the next morning. Not an actual safari camp but more akin to an African version of a European Relais & Chateaux property, this is a luxury inn situated on a historic, working coffee plantation with very close ties to the surrounding communities. A stay here provides a unique experience based upon East African traditions and hospitality. The 1929 original farmhouse has managed to retain its old-fashioned charm with a wide veranda, intimate lounges, inviting reading nooks, and a bar and dining room that look much as they must have done almost a hundred years ago. The gardens are exquisitely verdant and fragrant, the views out onto the rolling hills outstanding. Nestled near the forested slopes of the Ngorongoro Crater, we will use this multi-award-winning property as a base for three nights as we do day trips to the Crater and Lake Manyara National Park. The 17 guest rooms are actually richly appointed cottages with eucalyptus floors, hand-crafted furniture, a private veranda, wrap-around windows, a fireplace, and artwork commissioned from the farm’s artist-in-residence program. There are many cultural activities on offer as well, which provide a nice break from the safari routine, as well as rejuvenating spa treatments and various themed walks. The Chef de Cuisine and her culinary team are renowned for creating rich, farm-to-table organic cuisine, utilizing fresh, local and seasonal foods whenever possible, served in a dining room with upscale, down-home décor and soaring windows that frame the coffee fields and majestic distant views.
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Serengeti — Tanzania — 3 nights

Recently the Tanzanian government granted permission to only a handful of permanent tented camps to operate in the remote far northern Serengeti, and ours was offered the prime site! While Kenya’s Masaai Mara is world-renowned, it can be very crowded, especially at this time of year. But here — just on the other side of the border — Tanzania’s Serengeti Mara is the same ecosystem with just a small fraction of the human visitors and all the same wildlife. Our gorgeous camp opened in 2011 and is operated by a top-notch safari operator. Travel + Leisure placed it on their 2012 “IT List” – a compilation of their favorite new accommodations. Twelve thatched chalets, a natural rock swimming pool, library, bar, and dining lodge are all set nearly invisibly amid the giant boulders of a kopje — a volcanic rock outcropping — with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. The property is designed such that to the casual eye it melts into its hillside background. The chalets, a clever blend of canvas, plaster, wood-beam and thatched roof, have spacious bedrooms, bathrooms with double basin, outdoor decks, and Zanzibar style day beds, all hidden down a path between the boulders, creating a feeling of privacy, and all sited to afford spectacular views.
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East Africa Wildlife Safari

Escorted Tour in Southern Africa for Gay and Lesbian Travelers

A Luxury Circuit in Kenya & Tanzania

August 3-12, 2013

Trip Highlights

  • Excellent game viewing and bird watching
  • The Great Wildebeest Migration in the famed Serengeti National Park (◊)
  • Off-road game viewing in most locations
  • Good chance of checking off all of the “Big Five”
  • Great views of Mt. Kilimanjaro
  • Superb accommodations and gorgeous scenery
  • Opportunities for cultural interaction with the Maasai people
  • Game walks available with Maasai guides
  • The Ngorongoro Crater – the world’s largest unflooded volcanic caldera
  • “Sundowners” at Lake Manyara in the Great Rift Valley
  • Download Detailed Program

INTRODUCTION

Here’s the kind of adventure about which many people dream but few experience! The word “safari” is Swahili for “a journey,” and what a journey indeed we have in store for you here in East Africa where it all began – in Kenya and Tanzania. The writings of Karen Blixen, and the adaptation of her classic book Out of Africa into a major motion picture, helped established Kenya as a great safari destination in the modern era, and Tanzania soon followed. These are the best countries on the African continent for seeing large amounts of wildlife. And, not to be overlooked, some of the locations we experience are private reserves where we can roam the terrain away from others. Bird watching enthusiasts will also appreciate these countries with over a thousand species recorded within their borders.

Gay African SafariSet on the Tanzanian border, Kenya’s Amboseli National Reserve is a greatly scenic wildlife reserve. There are few better-known landscapes in the world than that of Amboseli. Many vistas here are dominated by the grandeur of the majestic, snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest at over 19,000 feet! The image of elephant and giraffe crossing vast open plains against a backdrop of the snows of Kilimanjaro is one familiar to us all. Amboseli is perhaps best known for its abundant and approachable elephants, which are among the largest in Africa as they have been protected here for generations, and the guides from our camp know the families and their histories intimately. Our beautiful lodge sits adjacent to the Reserve on its own private concession which, importantly, means we have access to private, off-road game viewing and walks here as well as in Amboseli itself.

Lake Manyara National Park is where we enjoy a beautiful sunset excursion to hippopotamus pools and which has the Great Rift Valley Escarpment as its dramatic backdrop. Some 450 species of birds – including an astonishing 40 varieties of birds of prey – have been recorded here, making this one of Tanzania’s best bird-watching localities. Large flocks of flamingo congregate on the lake. Vegetation here includes wild fig, tamarind, mahogany, and sausage trees. If we’re lucky we might have the bonus of spotting some of the tree-climbing lions of Manyara!

Sometimes known as the “Eighth Wonder of the World,” sometimes as the proverbial “Garden of Eden,” but definitely as a World Heritage Site, the Ngorongoro Crater is the largest  unflooded volcano caldera in the world with a vastness and beauty that are overwhelming. The conservation area contains perhaps the largest concentration of permanent wildlife in Africa, with an estimated 30,000 large mammals. It also happens to be one of the best reserves to see black rhino.

The Serengeti National Park – another World Heritage Site and larger than Connecticut — is Tanzania’s largest and most famous park and has the largest concentration of migratory game animals in the world. It’s also famous for its huge lion population and is one of the best places to see them. “Serengeti” is derived from the Maasai language and means “endless plain,” and the park is the primary migration route of the wildebeest. The population figures are staggering: 1.5 million wildebeest, half a million zebra, a plethora of other animals, and nearly 500 species of birds. Many wildebeest will meet their end as they cross the Mara River due to drowning or the patiently awaiting crocodiles. The part of the Serengeti we experience is a mix of open plains, bush, woodlands, and magnificent kopjes (rocky outcrops). Forests of large mahogany and fig trees are found along the rivers.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Following is a description of the superb lodgings we intend to use on this tour. We reserve the right to make changes to these accommodations. In addition to the beautiful places here we also have our first night in an upscale Nairobi hotel before heading out to the bush.

Amboseli National Reserve — Kenya — 2 nights

Our selected accommodation is a wonderfully conceived site — the only luxury tented camp in Amboseli — and offers the most exceptional views of Kilimanjaro. Situated in a forest of umbrella thorn trees, it’s located just outside the Reserve on a private concession so we can enjoy game drives in open-sided 4×4 vehicles in both areas as well as guided walks with expert Masaai guides, cultural visits, bush meals, and ‘sundowners’ at the top of a hill as the setting sun colors the snows of Kilimanjaro pink. Relax in an indulgent massage. Take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool. This camp has 16 luxury safari tents, all spacious and nicely appointed. Each tent is raised up on a wooden deck and consists of a main bedroom, bathroom, and spacious veranda all under a big thatched roof. At the lounge and dining area guests are close to the camp’s own watering hole and have views of Kilimanjaro. With an invitingly lush and healthy vegetable garden, the camp prides itself in serving up fresh salads and vegetables with every meal. From impressive bush breakfasts out in the middle of the plains to fresh homemade pastas and breads at the camp, the chefs excel with every meal. The friendly staff mostly come from the local Maasai community. This camp has been the recipient of myriad accolades and has been placed on many prestigious lists: the Good Safari Guide, the World Travel Awards, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, etc.
Click on images below to enlarge.

Ngorongoro Crater / Lake Manyara Area — Tanzania — 3 nights

Our accommodation during this leg of the journey is one of those places where most guests spend just a night passing through and then regret it the next morning. Not an actual safari camp but more akin to an African version of a European Relais & Chateaux property, this is a luxury inn situated on a historic, working coffee farm with very close ties to the surrounding communities. A stay here provides a unique experience based upon East African traditions and hospitality. The 1929 original farmhouse has managed to retain its old-fashioned charm with a wide veranda, intimate lounges, inviting reading nooks, and a bar and dining room that look much as they must have done almost a hundred years ago. The gardens are exquisitely verdant and fragrant, the views out onto the rolling hills outstanding. Nestled near the forested slopes of the Ngorongoro Crater, we will use this multi-award-winning property as a base for three nights as we do day trips to the Crater and Lake Manyara National Park. The 17 guest rooms are actually richly appointed cottages with eucalyptus floors, hand-crafted furniture, a private veranda, wrap-around windows, a fireplace, and artwork commissioned from the farm’s artist-in-residence program. There are many cultural activities on offer as well, which provide a nice break from the safari routine, as well as rejuvenating spa treatments and various themed walks. The Chef de Cuisine and her culinary team are renowned for creating rich, farm-to-table organic cuisine, utilizing fresh, local and seasonal foods whenever possible, served in a dining room with upscale, down-home décor and soaring windows that frame the coffee fields and majestic distant views.
Click on images below to enlarge.

Serengeti — Tanzania — 3 nights

Recently the Tanzanian government granted permission to only a handful of permanent tented camps to operate in the remote far northern Serengeti, and ours was offered the prime site! While Kenya’s Masaai Mara is world-renowned, it can be very crowded, especially at this time of year. But here — just on the other side of the border — Tanzania’s Serengeti Mara is the same ecosystem with just a tiny fraction of the human visitors and all the same wildlife. Our gorgeous camp opened in 2011 and is operated by a top-notch safari operator. Travel + Leisure placed it on their 2012 “IT List” – a compilation of their favorite new accommodations.  Typically in July the first of the migrating wildebeest herds reach the Mara River area, where we’re set up for three wonderful nights. Twelve thatched chalets, a natural rock swimming pool, library, bar, and dining lodge are all set nearly invisibly amid the giant boulders of a kopje — a volcanic rock outcropping — with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. The property is designed such that to the casual eye it melts into its hillside background. The chalets, a clever blend of canvas, plaster, wood-beam and thatched roof, have spacious bedrooms, bathrooms with double basin, outdoor decks, and Zanzibar style day beds, all hidden down a path between the boulders, creating a feeling of privacy, and all sited to afford spectacular views.
Click on images below to enlarge.

 

(◊) Please Note: It’s impossible to predict the exact timing of the famous Serengeti migration which covers a circuit of about 500 miles. Usually, though, the migration will be happening during this time period in the part of the Serengeti where we’ll be staying.

Gay African Safari

 

This tour for gay travelers is an awesome trip in the true sense of the word in that it blends a splendid sampling of African culture, incredible wildlife, gorgeous scenery, and excellent dining — beginning in Cape Town, one of the world’s most beautiful cities. We will cover a vast, majestic land, and this is sure to be a trip of a lifetime! An upscale tented “camp” in Botswana‘s famed Okavango Delta along with a luxurious lodge in renowned Chobe National Park complement our wildlife safari activities. And witness the majesty of Victoria Falls — the greatest show of its kind on the planet!

Gay South Africa Tour

 

This tour for gay travelers is an awesome trip in the true sense of the word in that it blends a splendid sampling of African culture, incredible wildlife, gorgeous scenery, and excellent dining — beginning in Cape Town, one of the world’s most beautiful cities. We will cover a vast, majestic land, and this is sure to be a trip of a lifetime! An upscale tented “camp” in Botswana‘s famed Okavango Delta along with a luxurious lodge in renowned Chobe National Park complement our wildlife safari activities. And witness the majesty of Victoria Falls — the greatest show of its kind on the planet!