SOUTH AFRICA

Cadets | Schools | DofE Expeditions

Research | Adult Groups | Safari

  • British Military History

  • Wildlife conservation walking trails

  • Community interaction 

  • Field studies and focus research 

  • Mountain biking & Mountain hiking

   A FEW FACTS

  • Nelson Mandela was the president of South Africa from 1994-1999, & imprisoned from 1962-1990 for treason and conspiracy against the government. He was sentenced to life in prison but was released early when the ANC became legal again.

  • Home to 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

  • Hluhluwe iMfolozi Game Reserve is the oldest in Africa

  • Highest waterfall in Africa. The Tugela Falls 948m

BOTSWANA

Cadets | Schools | DofE Expeditions

Research | Adult Groups | Safari

  • Okavango River Kayaking

  • Wildlife conservation walking trails

  • Community interaction

  • Field studies and focus research projects

       A FEW FACTS

  • The highest concentration of Elephants in Africa

  • The Okavango Delta is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

  • Approximately 38% of Botswana’s territory is protected as national parks, sanctuaries, reserves, and wildlife management areas

MOROCCO

Cadets | Schools | DofE Expeditions

Research | Adult Groups | Safari

  • Desert hiking trails

  • Desert camel treks

  • Mountain hiking

  • Community interaction

  • Field studies and focus research projects

       A FEW FACTS

  • The closest country to Europe, but is still Africa

  • Some of the Sahara desert is located in Morocco, the largest desert in the world

  • The Atlas mountain range is located in Morocco

  • The culture of Morocco is a blend of ethnic tradition and religion, reflecting the Berber, African, Arabs, and Jewish influences

ZAMBIA

Cadets | Schools | DofE Expeditions

Research | Adult Groups | Safari

  • Wildlife safari

  • Bush hiking trails

  • River kayaking

  • White water rafting

  • Community interaction

  • Field studies and focus research projects

        A FEW FACTS

  • The world’s largest curtain of falling water

  • In 1921, the Broken Hill skull of the Homo heidelbergensis was discovered. 229,000 yrs old

  • Inhabited by  Homo sapiens since 20,000 BC

  • In 1964, Northern Rhodesia gained independence and was renamed Zambia, ending 73 years of British rule

Africa Wild Trails has Global Tour Operator Insurance cover and as such we can deliver venture anywhere in the world.

AWT has remained a small and focused operation and we can currently deliver ventures for groups in the countries noted below.

If you would like a group to travel to a country we do not currently operate in, it is highly likely we will be able to recommend a very good alternative tour operator for you.

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