BBC's Africa has had us glued to our television screens for the last two months. The breathtaking series came to a close this week, with its final episode 'The Future'. Africa followed David Attenborough as he journeyed through the vast and diverse continent encountering incredible wildlife that face a daily battle to overcome one of nature’s most extreme environments.
If watching the magnificent animals on Africa has inspired you to travel and see them in their natural habitat, our hand-picked selection will take you up close and personal to some of the world's most astonishing creatures.
Our well-travelled consultants have the first-hand knowledge and expertise to plan, create and deliver an unforgettable holiday experience no matter where in Africa you wish to travel. Call one of our experts today.
Entranced by the greatest giraffe fight ever filmed and the clever meerkats being outsmarted by cunning birds in week one?
Giraffe Manor, Kenya, to pet these friendly giants from your hotel room window.
Tswalu, South Africa, meet the inquisitive and entertaining meerkat colony.
Warmed by the endearing mountain gorillas and impressed by the spectacular migration footage in week three?
Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge, Rwanda, to see intelligent gorilla families.
Migration Camp, Tanzania, to witness the wildebeest move in their thousands in search of greener pastures.
Fascinated by the greatest gathering of underwater predators on the planet, including great white sharks, penguins and whales in week four?
The Marine, Hermanus, ranked as one of the world's best spots for whale watching.
Cape Grace, Cape Town, and take an excursion to see rookeries of penguins nesting along the coast.
Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, Western Cape, where you can experience diving with sharks.
Intrigued by the zebra's battle over dwindling resources and the spectacular moving desert sand dunes in week five?
Sasaab, Kenya, to see herds of zebra during game drives or even on camelback.
To start planning your African adventure, speak to our experts