Small group trips are a brilliant way to travel, especially when you want to explore new places. Spend time with like-minded people with similar values and get to know your local guide. Stay in smaller and less bustling hotels, dine at intimate restaurants and spend less time waiting for other guests.
Sociable travel with a difference.
5 reasons for joining a small group trip
No more than 12
We like to keep the size of our group trips small. This makes it a more personal experience for everyone and allows you all to get to know each other. We hope this creates a good vibe to each group.
There are never more than 12 people in a group so everyone can see wildlife easily and visiting local communities is a friendly and intimate experience.
At each destination, we work with who we consider to be the best guides in the business. These guides have fantastic knowledge of their country and have enthusiasm for all things wildlife and cultural. They can also take you off the beaten track to show you the less visited and fascinating locations of their country.
Spend time chatting with your guide to get a real and genuine feel of your holiday destination.
Small groups are often more intimate and sociable, creating a relaxed and friendly atmosphere on your holiday. This sort of experience attracts guests who have a similar ethos to travel and are looking for a personalised approach every step of the way.
To get the most out of your experience we believe we should be as unobtrusive as possible, whether it is watching wildlife or visting local communities.
Seeing animals in their natural habitat, whilst maintaining a respectful distance, creates memories of a lifetime to dine out on. You are also probably more likely to connect with people when in a smaller group rather than being a face in a larger crowd.
Created for everyone
Being part of a small group allows for some flexibility. You might want to sit by a waterhole for the day, learn about bird calls, gain an insight into wildlife tracking or visit a local community. As you are part of a small group we can try and weave this into the itinerary, and others might be interested too. Simply ask us, and we will endeavour to make it happen.