- unfrequented, out of the way places.
You've safaried in the Serengeti, or seen the migration in the Mara and now you're looking for a new adventure - we think our off the beaten track safaris are perfect for second or third time safari goers, or those looking for a bit of an adventure.
Off the beaten track safaris visit safari parks and reserves which are generally off the main tourist routes. The advantages of this - you will see a lot less people, the disadvantages - these areas can take longer to get to, or be more expensive to access.
Some of our favourite off the beaten track journeys explore Kenya's Laikipia and Samburu regions, Tanzania's vast, wild southern parks and Botswana's Selinda Spillway.
Superb safari to Botswana combining three diverse areas: Makgadikgadi Pans, Savute and the Okavango and supporting the work of Rhino Conservation Botswana
Seven nights on the glorious 'Robinson Crusoe' island of Pemba, Tanzania
A self-drive tour of KwaZulu-Natal including the Drakensberg Mountains, the coast, a safari and the Zulu Battlefields
If your ambition is to see a river crossing of the Great Migration in the Northern Serengeti then this safari is designed to put you in prime position June-November.
A very special 5 night safari to Samburu's wonderful Elephant Watch Camp, location of BBC2 series This Wild Life with Saba Douglas-Hamilton
Explore the remote waterways and islands of the Selinda Spillway by canoe and on foot
This fly-in safari is all about getting you to the heart of the action on the Serengeti's southern plains between January and March when the wildebeest calve.
Visit Selous a world heritage site and the largest game reserve in Africa and enjoy excellent game viewing in wild and remote Ruaha
Combining the Okavango and remote Selinda, this safari incorporates Botswana's most famous properties
A fabulous safari with flights between destinations including all the main highlights including Etosha, Sossussvlei and the Skeleton Coast
Explore this fascinating and little visited country searching for rare primates
Spending time at different bush camps and exploring on foot South Luangwa with Norman Carr Safaris