Africa Freechoice Directory
Our Scenic Freechoice daily excursions will enable you to marvel at the diversity of wildlife in the great game parks of Kenya and Tanzania with the help of our expert guides, where you are free to explore areas of natural beauty and visit local communities.
African cooking class
Join the chefs at Sarova Mara Lodge for an African cooking class. Learn different recipes and traditions of East Africa in this interactive session.
Bites and Brews Tour
Join the bites and brews tour which explores products grown and produced in Swakopmund including tasting of olive oil, coffee and gin.
Cape winelands tour
Enjoy a guided tour of the beautiful Cape Winelands region with its stunning scenery and rolling vineyards. Tour Stellenbosch and selected vineyards including a cellar tour sampling local wines and cheese.
Enjoy a game drive to another area of the reserve.
Harley Davidson™ ride
Take a scenic drive around Cape Point, the southwestern tip of the African continent, on the back of a Harley Davidson™.
Mokoro Canoe Safari
There is no better way to explore the waterways of the Okavango Delta than by mokoro canoe, a traditional dug-out guided by your skilled gondolier. Encounter hippos and buffalo as they relax in the shallows.
Quad bike tour
Experience the thrill of quad biking through the shifting sand dunes of the Namib Desert.
Cruise to Robben Island for a tour of the island including the prison where Nelson Mandela was held captive during the Apartheid era.
Discover the multicultural side of Cape Town on a half day township tour. Learn about township life first-hand as you interact with the locals. Visit Nyanga, Gugulethu and Khayelitscha, and leave with a greater understanding of how these townships contribute to the Rainbow nation.
Join your expert tracker for a two hour walk into the Okavango woodland, where close encounters with elephant, giraffe, baboons and buffalo are commonplace.
Walking tour with Maasai
Discover the diverse flora and fauna found at the camp. Learn about the intricate coexistence of nature and the Masai people, how to read the writings and clues that nature imprints every day.