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 and count down the last seconds of 2019 in a memorable place when you travel to one of the coolest places.In these exciting locations across the globe, 2020 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.
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.
A safari and cruise through Botswana, Zambia, and South Africa reveals some of the continent’s top highlights; Big Five safaris and incredible bird life, a cruise down the Chobe River, the mesmerizing Victoria Falls, all topped off with a few days in cosmopolitan Cape Town.
Some very real places played a part in the development of The Lion King, and although the pride lands you’ll see on screen are a mixture of fantasy and reality, they are sure to inspire you to see the true African wilds for yourself.
The thrill of an African safari is the opportunity to witness wild and wonderful creatures in their natural habitats, from floodplains to fantastic grasslands. And sometimes in the midst of spotting the usual suspects (like giraffes, elephants, and lions), you may catch sight of something more unique. See these bizarre animals on an African safari. It will give you something even more exciting to share with your friends back home.
There are several reasons why we love a safari in Botswana. Among them are the authentic safari experiences found at the exclusive camps and properties. Ker & Downey designers Nicole Porto and Ken Hermer made a trip there recently.