This tour concentrates on predators, ranging from the aardwolf through to the lion. Much research has been done on Africa's predators and it is the...
Through its extensive knowledge and experience as Safari and Tour designers and its professional ability to create and combine tours you will never forget African Outposts is your gateway to everything that makes Africa the special experience it should be.
Out of the mist of the past, rises the newest National Park of South Africa - Mapungubwe, at the meeting point of South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe....
Cape Town with Table Mountain as its backdrop, is regarded as one of the world's most beautiful cities, and has an abundance of Natural Heritage...
Discovering Southern Africa is an Unforgettable and Unique Experience.
Founded in 1992, African Outposts is dedicated to its mission of “Environmental Education through Tourism” and prides itself as an innovator and market leader in the field of ecotourism and environmental education and awareness.
Booking a tour with African Outposts means you are also making a positive contribution to sustainability through integrated programmes that uplift local communities whilst ensuring wildlife management and conservation. We do this by supporting initiatives that contribute to biodiversity, and the sustainability of wildlife, through projects owned and operated by local communities.
The projects we support include:
Timbavati HIV/Aids project
An initiative that provides clinics and medication to the families of people employed in the surrounding reserve.
Thakadu River Camp.
A joint eco-tourism partnership between the Molatedi community and the North West Parks Board – a unique concept in South Africa in which the community owns and manages the camp.
Ann Van Dyk / De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Centre
A non-profit NGO renowned for its breeding of endangered species
Southern African Wildlife College
We support the Southern African Wildlife College by contributing to their bursary fund. Skills Development Training Programmes for local people who wish to become qualified rangers and trackers. Our contribution is R50 per person visiting the Greater Kruger Park on one of our safaris