Everyone can go on holiday. But not everyone can experience moments encased in luxury that take place in an awe-inspiring setting. Africa remains one of the outposts of romance, glamour, and adventure. From the pristine beauty of the Sossuslvei dunes in Namibia to the breath-taking tranquility of the Gorillas in Rwanda, each country has a unique offering for its guests. Are you intrigued by the Big 5 in South Africa, fascinated by the culture found in Kenya’s Mara,mesmerized by the white sanded beaches in the Seychelles, exhilarated by the raging Zambezi River as it crashes over Victoria Falls, calmed by the splendor of Botswana’s tranquil Okavango Delta, or challenged by the formidable peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro?

This ancient land invites guests to experience and view life as never before. Are you determined to catch your first glimpse of Africa’s Big 5? Would you like to participate in a yoga retreat or hone your skills on a photo-tourism excursion? Are you on Honeymoon? And do not forget that in each country there is always time for a dash of shopping, to fulfill your passion for art, wine, jewelry or fashion.

In order to ensure that your holiday expectations are not only met but also surpassed, the Quafrica team works with each client to design customized itineraries centered about your specific tastes and needs.

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Botswana is one of Africa's great success stories. Once a poor country, three of the world’s richest diamond-bearing formations were discovered within its borders after achieving democratic rule in 1966, making it one of Africa’s wealthiest countries. It is also a nation grounded in democratic practices that enjoys a high standard of economic stability, education and health care. In order to best protect its natural wonders and wildlife, the government adheres to a low impact tourism policy...


From the prose of Ernest Hemingway, to photography immortalizing the Maasai and Robert Redford in the romantic film Out of Africa, Kenya has been portrayed as the romantic and legendary bastion within Africa that is supported by a well-developed tourism infrastructure. Both the culture and topography are diverse and fascinating. Its abundant wildlife and scenic beauty - from Mount Kenya, to the rolling savannahs and the white sand coast - render this the Jewel of East Africa.


An exciting and unusual tourist destination, Madagascar is frequently described as the eighth continent due to its unique flora, fauna and landscapes. Known for its world-renowned beaches and nature reserves, guests seeking an undiscovered natural paradise flock to this country. Madagascar also offers a romantic setting, gastronomic delights, excellent shopping, and historic palaces and churches.


Named after the Dutch prince Maurice Van Nassau, Mauritius is an extremely beautiful island nation. The turquoise waters, beautiful landscape, and amazing cultural heritage make this secluded paradise unlike any other in the world. Mauritius's location in the southwest Indian Ocean, some 500 miles east of Madagascar, gives the country a unique history that includes both African and Asian elements, not to mention lasting European colonial influence.


This ancient kingdom is rich in diverse cities, unique culture, incredible cuisine and art, and spectacular sites. The sounds, scents and sights never cease to provoke wonder. One of the most exotic and romantic destinations in the world, one can delight in spas, lounge in exquisite hotels, or stroll aimlessly though the magnificent palace-filled medieval cities like Marrakech and Fes. Morocco is also an ideal setting for the adventure traveler, many of whom camel-trek through the desert,...


For almost two decades, many of the attractions in Mozambique were inaccessible but the atmosphere has changed and now Mozambique is one of Africa’s rising stars with its stunning beaches, excellent diving and magical offshore islands. Southern Mozambique is more developed whereas the wilds of Northern Mozambique remain one of Africa’s last frontiers.

Its Indian Ocean shores are scattered with beautiful beaches but the country is still untouched, raw and free of mass tourism. The most...


A peaceful country that maintains a strong Germanic influence, it is also one of the more economically powerful countries in Africa. The country is vast and dramatic, a land of contrasts and clear colors. It is characterized by vast open spaces, breathtaking scenery, amazing diversity of wildlife and great contrasts - ocean, dunes, mountains and deserts. Its mesmerizing landscapes and wide desert expanse enchant travelers who enjoy peace and stillness.


Having had overcome its turbulent past, Rwanda is an enclave in East Africa, a growing hub of political and economic importance. Determined to protect its culture and respect the environment, the government supports both conservation projects as well as high-end tourist initiatives.


As the oldest islands on earth, Seychelles represents an archipelago of legendary beauty. Of these 115 islands, 41 constitute the oldest mid-oceanic granite islands on earth while a further 74 form the low-lying coral atolls and reef islands of the Outer Islands.


Situated at the tip of the African continent and surrounded by two oceans, South Africa is the economic powerhouse of the continent and offers excellent infrastructure, facilities and services for its guests. It is called the Rainbow Nation because it is a veritable melting pot of cultures. Whether you opt to roam through the cosmopolitan coastal Cape Town, immerse yourself in hip Johannesburg, travel on safari, or visit any of the 8 World Heritage sights, you can always find an exhilarating...


Tanzania is breathtakingly beautiful land of natural, cultural and wildlife diversity. It is home to wonders such as the Serengeti National Park, where one observes the annual migration, considered to be one of the most incredible wildlife displays on the planet. The huge elephant herds of the Selous, Ruaha and Tarangine reserves, or the tree-climbing lions and flamingos of Lake Manyara are hypnotizing. Visitors also delight in the Ngorongoro Crater, a volcano that collapsed and is home to...


According to National Geographic magazine, Uganda is among the top 20 global tourism destinations in the year 2013. Deemed the pearl of Africa, this country boasts fantastic natural scenery and a rich mosaic of tribes and cultures.

Situated at the geographical heart of Africa (astride the Equator in East Africa), Uganda is where the East African savannah meets the West African jungle. The result is that one can observe lions prowling the open plains in the morning, track chimpanzees...


The territory of Northern Rhodesia was administered by the [British] South Africa Company from 1891 until it was taken over by the UK in 1923. The name was changed to Zambia upon independence in 1964.


Behind the controversial media lies one of southern Africa’s most beautiful countries. And despite being forced to sacrifice so much, Zimbabweans have not lost their humor or resolve and are extremely charming and welcoming people.

Zimbabwe’s national parks and private wildlife ranches offer great opportunities for wildlife viewing and bird watching. Animals including antelopes, zebras and giraffes roam the plains and there’s a good chance of seeing at least a few of the Big Five (...