Your African Travel Experience Begins Here
Africa is arguably the world’s most culturally diverse continent. Whether you want a Serengeti safari, a beach holiday in the Seychelles or to track with bushmen in Botswana, Quamis Travel ensure you experience all that African Travel has to offer from safari vacation packages to tailored tours and itineraries with the added bonus of exclusive perks.
The continent has tremendous geographical diversity, from desert to jungle, forest, savannahs, mountains, beaches and winelands. And it has the most spectacular wildlife on earth, with elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, gorillas, rhinos, hippos, antelopes, buffalo, chimps and baboons. Discover Africa Travel beyond the safari. Journey with us and explore their historical and cultural legacies, their languages, architecture and infrastructure, which are all part of the rich cultural tapestry of Africa. Join the adventure, your African Travel JOURNEY begins here!
OUR AFRICAN TRAVEL EXPERIENCES
- South Africa
Luxury safari camps are common, and in the Delta’s Moremi Game Reserve, dug-out canoes are used to navigate past birdlife, hippos and crocodiles. On dry land, wildlife includes lions, leopard and black and white rhinos.
Botswana is considered by many to be the benchmark when it comes to sustainable ecotourism practice in Africa. Go from camp to camp to take in the delta’s diverse eco systems – wet and marshy delta that then empties into a desert full of wildlife, a magical and near mystical journey, especially at sunrise or sunset.
It shares the huge Serengeti Plains with its neighbor Tanzania, and that is where the great migrations take place every year as the wildebeests, various antelopes and zebras migrate in search of fresh grasses in the wake of the rainy season. Their migration makes a circle and continues all year.
It’s one of the grandest spectacles in the world. It’s impossible to understand the exhilaration of seeing so many big wild animals traveling and living free of human hindrances. It’s something you have to see for yourself. Kenya offers an unforgettable combination of unspoiled beauty, superb game viewing, sustainable development and responsible tourism.
A typical trip can include the lemurs of the Perinet Reserve, the baobabs of Morondava, the whales of Sainte Marie and the narrow streets and alleyways of charming Antananarivo, and while the infrastructure may be poor, the rewards are rich.
Dazzling pearl beaches guard some of the world’s best snorkeling and diving sites, and the bustling cities of Central Madagascar are tattooed with fertile rice fields and historical monuments. From the unexplored coral reefs to the rich tapestry of the Mandrare River, you will quickly realize that this mysterious Island of Eden is one of the world’s most remarkable and best-kept secrets. Half the fun is getting to these incredible attractions.
With nearly perfect coastline with beautiful beaches and hidden coves, its interior offers mountains and forests, waterfalls and sparkling rivers alongside the occasional dormant volcano. The rich and luxuriant soil is why the vegetation is dense with more than 1,000 indigenous plants, and it is also why the island once got so rich from its sugar crops and plantations, remnants of which can still be explored today.
The island is famous for watersports such as water-skiing, windsurfing, sailing, deep-sea fishing, parasailing and surfers haven.
The country offers a wealth of sights, sounds, tastes and experiences to delight the senses. It is a fascinating cultural mix, with Arab and Portuguese historical influences still apparent in the architecture and mouth-watering cuisine. The country boasts some of the world’s finest island hideaways making it the perfect destination to decompress and reflect after a safari.
It is a place of great contrasts, characterized by vast open spaces, endless horizons and dramatic desert scapes. The country’s rare plant species, magnificent wildlife, and incredible night skies offers some of the most mesmerizing scenery in the world.
For a truly off the beaten path experience, venture to the remote north, home to the statuesque Himba, one of the last true nomadic tribes on earth. Namibia’s hidden treasures are for those who appreciate an unspoiled and authentic experience.
Just a few degrees south of the equator, Rwanda is a jewel of a land, from the deep emerald of its forests to the brilliant sapphire of its lakes. It is also the place where Dian Fossey fought off poachers and politicians to save the deeply endangered African Mountain Gorilla which is now the star attraction of the country.
An encounter with a silver-back gorilla can be a hair-raising experience and one you will never forget! The welcoming people, lush landscapes and other wildlife attractions make it an ideal addition to any African safari and one never forgotten.
The islands are particularly noted for their wide variety of flora and fauna. Mahe, the largest and most populated of the islands, is surrounded by coral reefs, and the warm, sparkling blue water is safe for swimming.
The Seychelles Islands are the answer to palm-fringed beaches, warm waters, crystal-clear topaz seas and relaxation. It is a haven for honeymooners and nature lovers. A car (or guided excursions) are almost a necessity for exploring, as the roads weave through some of the most exciting coastal scenery in the world.
Whether you’re seeking a Big Five safari experience, cosmopolitan cities, a rainbow nation of richly diverse cultures or spectacular scenery. South Africa is like a world in one country — the ideal destination for those looking for variety in their journey to Africa.
Convenient access and a great value make it the perfect destination for those looking for a quick getaway too. With an abundance of activities and full range of lodging styles from five-star and boutique hotels to luxury tented camps, South Africa is an excellent choice for escorted touring, private guided and family travel.
Tanzania provides some of the greatest game experiences in Africa and the wildlife here is considered by many to be the best anywhere It is particularly spectacular during the migration in which over a million wildebeest and more than 200,000 zebra stampede across the Serengeti plains during their annual migration. It is an amazing experience to see and hear.
Immerse yourself in local life, barter at local markets or spend a morning with exuberant school children. Then wrap up your journey with a beach getaway to the spice island of Zanzibar.
It is one of only three countries where you can visit the endangered mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. Also unique to the country are the tree climbing lions that can be found in the Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Zambia is achieving a growing popularity amongst discerning travelers, with its lodges and camps concentrating on catering for small, highly personalised safari bush experience which makes them some of the best on the continent.
A landlocked country which is often described as the most beautiful in all of Southern Africa. Its game rich national parks serve up breathtaking sunrises, up close encounters with wildlife and star studded night skies.
Waterholes draw large herds of elephant to parks and surrounding private reserves. Spectacular views of the Zambezi River, floodplains, the rift valley escarpment and tree canopy all make this a wildlife photographer paradise.