The vast ‘Dark Continent’ of Africa stretches from the Mediterranean shoreline in the North, to the point where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic in South Africa’s Cape Province.
In between the vastly contrasting coasts lies Mount Kilimanjaro, the Great Rift Valley, Victoria Falls and the White and Blue Niles
The Indian Ocean coast of Africa is also the place for exotic beach holidays such as Mombasa in Kenya, the island of Zanzibar, and increasingly the shores of Mozambique in the South.
Perhaps you are looking to combine a safari with beach, drive the famous Garden Route from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth, or perhaps combine Kenya with Mauritius. Almost anything is possible when you let one of our travel experts take care of things for you. Visit your nearest Millington Travel holiday shop and turn that African dream into reality.
Our expert team can tailor make your holiday based on your interests to the destinations here
There are so many choices to make, whether you are a first time visitor or a return traveller. Treat these trips as a good starting point and then get in touch – every trip we create is tailored uniquely for you
Walk, munch and sip your way through Cape Town and the Cape Winelands. Boasting the best wines in South Africa, journey along the stunning Cape Peninsula
The two and a half hour journey takes you north through Mpumalanga’s plantations and rural communities before reaching the reserve, where you have a chance of spotting game even before reaching your lodge
Our tailor-made South Africa tour lets you explore classic destinations such as cosmopolitan Cape Town and the beautiful Winelands. Take in panoramic views from Table Mountain
Embark on a thrilling journey into the vast, game-filled Kruger National Park. Head out on game drives to spot lions, zebras, buffaloes
Welcome to Cape Town’s most iconic hotel, a sophisticated and stylish haven of good taste that first opened its doors back 1899. Mount Nelson’s understated colonial style
from £165 per room per night
Let us introduce you to the fun side of South Africa, with experiences such as a Cape Town treasure hunt, searching for penguins on a secret beach, and family-friendly game drives.
When you visit Africa will very much depend on what you are planning on doing – Safari, Cape Wine Route, Beach Holiday, Gorilla Trekking etc.
For Safari’s, in general the dry season of June to October is best as that brings out the animals to watering holes for best viewing. If you are after Wildebeest migrations timing will depend on what you want to see and where. Calving happens from February to March in the Southern Serengeti, the breeding season from April to may in the Western and Central Serengeti, the Grumeti River Crossings in May and June in Central Serengeti, the Mara River Crossings in July and August in Northern Serengeti and Masai Mara and migrations November to January in the Masai Mara, Northern and Southern Serengeti