DESTINATIONS

THE LURE OF AFRICA

The vast, wild, chaotic, beautiful, and rich continent we call Africa is quite simply indescribable with only words. For centuries, people have written about Africa’s “pull” and her ability to enter your heart and never leave. Africa is a feeling. It’s a curious sense of freedom, adventure, and passion that takes grip of your life… and nothing else can compare.

Our magnificent continent is a photographer’s dream, an explorer’s playground, and a nature-lover’s Eden. At Khaki Fever Safaris we are utterly passionate about giving people a piece of their own Africa, a window into a new world, and an experience that will change them forever.

“The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa, for he has so much to look forward to.”

Richard Mullin –

FUN FACT

Water is so valued in Botswana that their currency is called the ‘pula’, which means ‘rain’ or ‘blessing’ in Setswana, the national language.

BOTSWANA

FUN FACT

Some of the richest coral reefs are in Mozambique. There are over 1,200 species of fish that have been identified in the coastal waters of Mozambique.

FUN FACT

Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest (after Mt Kilimanjaro) in Africa.

MOZAMBIQUE

FUN FACT

Lake Malawi is the third largest lake in Africa, it is nicknamed “the calendar lake” because, at its longest point it’s 365 miles long and at its widest point, it’s 52 miles wide.

FUN FACT

Victoria, the capital of the Seychelles, is the smallest in the world and can be easily explored on foot in less than a day.

FUN FACT

Namibia is home to the world’s largest population of free-roaming cheetahs and is the second least densely populated country in the world.

SEYCHELLES

FUN FACT

Although leopards are not rare, they are one of the most elusive of the big cats! Your best chance of seeing one is in the Kruger National Park, in South Africa’s private game reserves, or in parts of the Okavango Delta!

SOUTH AFRICA

FUN FACT

The Okavango Delta is the planet’s largest inland delta (the Okavango River never reaches the ocean and sinks into the Kalahari Desert), and was the 1000th site to be added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Tanzania

FUN FACT

The Great Migration is one of the natural world’s most impressive spectacles. 5 million wildebeest travel almost 500 miles in search of greener pastures on their circular route through the grasslands of Kenya and Tanzania.

FUN FACT

Africa is home to over 2000 dung beetle species, and one special species can roll its dung balls at night using the Milky Way to navigate its way – the only animal known to be able to do so!

FUN FACT

All of Africa’s Big Five can be found in Zambia including lions, rhinos and elephants. South Luangwa National Park is a protection area for these animals.

Zanzibar

FUN FACT

Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe is twice the height of Niagara Falls, and with a width of almost 6000 feet, it’s the world’s largest sheet of falling water. Its spray is visible from over 30 miles away!

ZIMBABWE

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