The East Africa Tourist Visa will apply if you are planning a Uganda safari, Kenya Safari or a Rwanda gorilla trek and holiday. So you may just like to read this blog about the East African Visa. Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda all require a visa to enter and it is best sought in advance of travel. If you are travelling
The conservation and rehabilitation of African wildlife is core to what we call ‘the Encompass Africa Way’. We believe in a safari experience that immerses you in your surrounds yet has as little impact on the local wildlife and environment as possible. Yet despite the efforts of conservation programs throughout Africa, not all animals are able to avoid interference by
Are you a cricket fan and also keen to go on a South Africa safari holiday? You are in luck because 2018 promises to be the year for our Encompass Africa cricket enthusiasts as one of crickets’ most fierce rivalries are set to face off in the Test Series: Australia vs South Africa. As the first time the two
Sustainability and conservation are core to the existence of Encompass Africa. Each and every one of our team consider themselves eco warriors, taking care whilst travelling to reduce any impact on Africa’s wilderness and wildlife. So how do you travel the EA Way? It is really about simple choices that lessen the impact on the environment you are in. Here
Karisia offers walking safaris in a remote area of Kenya’s Laikipia. Supported by camels, Karisia walking safaris present guests with a unique perspective gained whether you take on a three, four, five or even seven day luxury walking safari, classic walking safari or their more recently and aptly titled Air BnC (air bed and camel). The camels transport the camp
Encompass Africa is thrilled to work with Michael Snedic from WildNature Photo Expeditions to create an epic Kenya photographic safari tour in 2018. We spent significant time and effort to ensure the places chosen were perfect for what Michael is seeking for his guests. You will visit the finest wilderness areas for spectacular landscapes, cultural interactions and wildlife encounters.
Encompass Africa and Pete Dobre bring you the 2018 photographic tours that are already close to a sell out. Pete Dobre is a seasoned safari photographer and landscape photographer here in Adelaide, Australia and his soft spot is photography in Africa, especially Namibia and Botswana. So for the 2018 photographic safari tours, we’ve created trips to Namibia and another to
We are pleased to introduce you to the newest camp planned in the Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania. Roho Ya Selous means Heart of the Selous’ in Swahili. This is a fantastic addition to the Southern Safari Circuit of Tanzania and the property offers magical views of the Rufiji River and surrounding wilderness not to mention knock out accommodation and impressive wildlife.
Encompass Africa is thrilled to partner once again with Australia’s fantastic wildlife photographer, Mark Rayner from Trekabout and deliver two exciting photographic safari tours in 2018. To view the catalogue with the tour itineraries, please click on the link here. Trekabout Tanzania This fabulous tour explores the Northern Safari circuit. You will have the opportunity to photograph wilderness and wildlife in
Virunga National Park is one of the most biodiverse places in the world and Africa’s oldest park, which is perhaps the most under threat. It is home to three taxa of Great Apes, two bubbling volcanoes, and six dormant volcanoes. It has been Jonathon’s dream to explore the region and it may just become a reality in 2017. All going