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Africa Tour

Africa Tour is an award-winning travel specialist that has provided leisure travel services, corporate incentives programs and specialized scuba diving safaris for individuals and companies throughout Africa since 2002. Africa Tour aims to offer our clients something a little more personal than the average incentive trip, personally selecting the locations and properties that we utilize. Wherever possible we offer small boutique hotels, resorts and guesthouses where clients will receive special personalised attention – the difference between an excellent trip and an average one.
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MalaMala

MalaMala Game Reserve: perfect for a photographic safari. Experience the African wild the way it was meant to be seen. Whether seeking a more private and intimate safari, or a family wanting to experience thrilling up close wildlife encounters, MalaMala Game Reserve will exceed your Safari expectations. A wide collection of filmmakers and photojournalists have made MalaMala their destination of choice, capturing footage of wildlife that would rival any Hollywood production.

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Quilalea

Quilalea Private Island is a private and uninhabited island paradise. Offering a relaxed ‘Robinson Crusoe’ castaway style, Quilalea offers many comforts and experiences, including kayaking the mangroves, diving from the main beach, snorkeling the island’s shores, and relaxing in a hammock beneath giant baobabs. This secluded and undiscovered destination is an untouched paradise haven for just a lucky few to experience.

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Singita

Singita is famous worldwide for providing one of the best safari experiences in Africa. With Singita, your safari is an intimate experience, your sightings will be far from the crowds and chaotic elements of the city – it will leave you in awe of the world. Let Singita share with you a unique part of the world, while being committed to conserving the environment and taking an active role in assisting to generate prosperity and social upliftment for the local communities.

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FROM THE BLOG

The World’s Best Hotel

  • Singita Bathroom Interior

Singita is one of the world’s most exclusive hotels, especially in terms of providing the best once-in-a-lifetime safari experiences in Africa. These hotels bring you pleasant surprises every day, including fireside performances and beautiful dinners. Each Singita property provides unique and amazing features.

Singita, however, isn’t just a luxury hotel offering the best features, service and value, this exclusive hotel also has an efficient conservancy program. They operate ten lodges in four destinations and in three countries, with effective efforts in conservation. They manage to accomplish the perfect relationship between wildlife, local communities and tourism

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The Robinson Crusoe Experience

  • Quilalea Sencar Island View

Right out of a story book, Quilalea’s shores offer the perfect castaway holiday haven.

Azura on Quilalea was featured on Top Billing, a well known entertainment and lifestyle television programme, one of South Africa’s longest running. The program showed that Azura on Quilalea Island is the ultimate in private luxury hideaway in its protected marine nature reserve in the Quirimbas.

With a single resort of nine en suite thatched villas scattered across the otherwise uninhabited island, private decks overlooking a pristine unspoilt beach, and a spa hanging over the water, this is the perfect getaway for divers and

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A Luxury Photographic Safari

  • MalaMala Night

MalaMala is perhaps one of the most famous game reserves in Africa, and renowned for photographic opportunities. It has been covered, featured, and mentioned in over 30 newspapers and travel magazines, receiving a great deal of press attention – for all the right reasons.

In this magnificent safari destination, the best game sightings are almost guaranteed.

According to statistics collected over 18 years, lions are seen on 96.90% of days, while elephants are seen on 99.45% days., buffalo 96.43%, and leopards 96.97%. In 2011, there were only 11 days where lions were not sighted, and elephants were

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