Botswana 2024/2025: land of elephants and vast spaces

Botswana is known as the land of elephants and vast spaces. It is an incredibly fascinating country, full of diverse and stunning landscapes, from the sandy Kalahari Desert to the watery paradise of the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park. The delta areas form one of the richest ecosystems and are among the largest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. It is also one of the few places in Africa where you can observe members of the Big Five: lion, rhinoceros, elephant, buffalo, leopard.

Chobe National Park is also one of the largest nature reserves in the world. Aptly called the “Land of Giants,” you can encounter lions and some of the largest herds of elephants; the most in Africa live here! The vast expanses of the park attract herds of antelope, buffalo, while the river marshes cool down hippos and shelter Nile crocodiles. Botswana is a true paradise for Africa enthusiasts – morning and evening safaris, boat trips, nocturnal wildlife viewing, camping in the heart of the wilderness provide an opportunity for close contact with nature. For nature lovers, Botswana is a must-visit destination.

Cape Town is the biggest attraction of the Republic of South Africa and one of the most beautiful cities in the world, whose charm is irresistible. It is situated on a mountain plateau between two oceans, basking in the shadow of the majestic Table Mountain, which stands as the city’s symbol. Here, one can enjoy the benefits of both mountains and the ocean. The enchanting nature, beautiful long beaches, exceptional location where the grandeur of the mountains meets the ocean, and a plethora of other attractions hidden within the city make it a highly sought-after destination for tourists. Once you’ve seen Cape Town, you always want to return



Join us to “Unveiling Egypt’s Mysteries” Embark on an adventure where we transcend the boundaries of ordinary travel, inviting you to explore the world’s most captivating destinations. Our program is designed to whisk you away to enchanting landscapes, immerse you in diverse cultures, and create lasting memories that resonate with the spirit of exploration.

Whether you are a seasoned traveler or a first-time adventurer, our Tourism Program promises a seamless blend of excitement, education, and relaxation. Join us as we unlock the secrets of iconic landmarks, savor the flavors of different cuisines, and connect with the rich tapestry of global heritage.

Get ready to ignite your wanderlust, broaden your horizons. Our program is more than a journey; it’s an opportunity to witness the beauty of our world, one destination at a time. Let the adventure begin!



Namibia is, among other things, about open spaces, captivating landscapes, close contact with nature, incredible inhabitants, and the absence of mass tourism. It is an expedition for anyone seeking solitude in vast terrain, beautiful views, and observing wild animals.

Embark on a journey to one of the most remote and captivating destinations on our planet, Saint Helena Island. Nestled in the vastness of the South Atlantic Ocean, this mystical island has long been a sanctuary for explorers and adventurers seeking the extraordinary. In 2024, we invite you to join us on an unforgettable odyssey to discover the hidden treasures and natural wonders of this isolated paradise.

Our expedition will take you through a land steeped in history, where dramatic landscapes, rare wildlife, and pristine waters converge to create a unique tapestry of experiences. From the lush green valleys to the rugged coastlines, from the remarkable biodiversity to the enchanting cultural heritage, Saint Helena Island promises to be a journey like no other.

As we explore this remote haven, we will delve into its rich past, from the days of Napoleon’s exile to the intriguing stories of early settlers. We will traverse volcanic terrain, discover endemic flora and fauna, and immerse ourselves in the island’s vibrant culture.

This expedition is a celebration of the untouched and the uncharted. It is an opportunity to witness the extraordinary, to connect with nature, and to tread in the footsteps of history. Join us as we embark on an adventure to the End of the World, where Saint Helena Island awaits, ready to reveal its secrets and captivate your spirit.

Algeria is the largest country in Africa, with 80% of its territory covered by stunning deserts. Surprisingly, sand occupies less than one-fifth of the vast Sahara Desert. The rest of the desert area consists of rugged mountains, gravel plains, and dry salt lakes. As a result, 90% of the population inhabits the coastline. However, Algeria is also a country where magnificent monuments, ancient ruins, and archaeological sites take us on a journey through time.


Embark on an extraordinary journey through “Africa 4 Countries,” where the diversity and the richness of unique landscapes converge. These four neighboring nations—Zambia, Zimbabwe, Cape Town, and Botswana—attract with distinct cultures, enthralling histories, and breathtaking natural wonders.

Beyond the mesmerizing views, we invite you to an active engagement with the wild. Explore renowned national parks on thrilling safaris, where the untamed beauty of Africa comes to life. Observing majestic creatures in their natural habitats will etch unforgettable memories, leaving an indelible mark on your soul. Join us in this immersive experience where the heart of Africa beats in rhythm with the pulse of nature.

Uganda captivated a young Winston Churchill, who described it as a “fairy tale” and a “wonderful new world.” It’s no wonder, as it offers close encounters with gorillas, awe-inspiring mist-covered mountain peaks, and sun-drenched savannas teeming with wildlife. Rwanda matches its allure, known as the “land of a thousand hills.” It’s famous for its pristine landscapes, wildlife, and excellent conditions for coffee cultivation.

Morocco – a country straight out of the tales of One Thousand and One Nights? Absolutely! Oriental atmosphere, extraordinary history, colorful cities, and exquisite cuisine. Moreover, remarkable landscapes with stunning mountain peaks, sunny beaches on the Atlantic coast, hot sands of the Sahara, and dazzling architecture.

Madagascar enchants with beautiful beaches with azure-turquoise water, mountains, tropical forests, a desert, and even savannah. It is sometimes referred to as the eighth continent. Formerly an independent kingdom, it became a French colony in 1896 and has been an independent state since 1960, captivating tourists with its unique character.