The pangolin is an elusive creature that has quickly become one of the world’s most trafficked mammals. They are hard to spot in the wild because of their nocturnal behavior, but we’ve rounded up five places for you to travel to increase your chances of spotting the pangolin.
Revert to the safaris of old on Ker & Downey’s 12-day Botswana walking safari and canoe safari through Botswana’s Okavango Delta and Selinda Spillway. This adventure by foot and canoe concludes in relaxing luxury near Zambia’s Victoria Falls.
What are your travel plans for 2020? We want to hear from you! Contact us and share your travel plans, and read on as Ker & Downey’s President David Marek reflects on where he has been, and shares where he’s packing his bags to visit next.
What better way to begin the new year than on safari? Consider a journey to Botswana or Tanzania to experience the best safari in January or February. Both safari hot-spots are crowd-free and wild as can be.
Botswana travel is sometimes overlooked by safari-seekers heading to Tanzania, Kenya, or South Africa. But we think its plentiful wildlife and incredible landscapes make Botswana worthy of your safari bucket list. Let us help you handcraft a life-changing adventure to beautiful Botswana, complete with the perfect places to overnight.
Ring in the New Year when you travel to one of the coolest places on earth. In these exciting locations across the globe, the new year starts with a bang, and our exclusive and unique experiences for New Year’s Eve keep the party going.
Join Ker & Downey on an 11-day Botswana family safari. From Botswana’s Okavango Delta to the arid Central Kalahari, there is something for everyone on this enchanting family-friendly safari escape. Go way out into untouched wilderness let nature’s wonders be your inspiration to slow down and reconnect with your loved ones.
Where to go on safari to avoid the crowds for an experience that’s wholly your own.
In our nearly 25 years as a global tour operator, we’ve held fast to our roots in Africa and forged partnerships with safari planners who love the continent, its cultures, and its wildlife as much as we do. Taking a holistic approach to responsible tourism across three countries — Botswana, Kenya, and Zimbabwe — the Great Plains Conservation safari camps remain among our favorites. They continue to innovate in ways that celebrate our connection to Africa, and they work to conserve it for generations of future safari-goers by setting standards for sustainable commercial operations. Their efforts prove that responsible cooperation […]
When the weather gets dull and dreary in January, we could recommend many places to visit to escape the doldrums. This January—and throughout the whole year—we think you should consider an adventure in Africa. It’s crowd-free and wild as can be.