Kenya’s capital has transformed itself in just the last few years. It’s rapidly becoming one of Africa’s most important centers for technology and finance.
Kenya’s famous southern bush was the original safari venue for almost everyone! It was where Teddy Roosevelt went hunting, where the greatest population of elephant were first found. Jim will be guiding safaris in Amboseli, Tsavo West and Tsavo East national parks.
Kenya’s north is completely unlike its south. Highland jungles, deserts with rivers and Kenya’s finest game reserve, the Mara. Jim will be guiding in the Aberdare Mountains, Samburu and the Mara.
At this time of the year this is the place for the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth, the Great Migration! Jim will be guiding in Tarangire, Manyara, Ngorongoro and the Serengeti, his favorite wilderness on earth.
South Africa’s grand megalopolis has clawed itself out of the mess that the end of apartheid left it in. Vibrant, modern and exciting. Jim will be visiting its main sites before boarding one of the world’s finest trains, the Blue Train, for Cape Town.
Jim’s second favorite city in the world (after Paris). Cape Town is beautiful, comfortable, welcoming and filled with attractions and deep history. Jim will be guiding people to its important museums, gardens and of course into Cape Point and including the nearby wine country.
Jim considers Botswana the best game viewing in southern Africa, and he’ll be taking people into the Makgadikgadi Pans, Okavango Delta, Moremi and Chobe national parks.
Always an outstanding way to end an African safari, Jim will be here with his last safari before returning home.