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A&K’s Africa spe­cial­ist, Pa­trick Cle­mentson, lends his knowl­edge and ex­pe­ri­ence to de­sign be­spoke African sa­fari ad­ven­tures. Here is a se­lec­tion of his favourite ex­pe­ri­ences: Great East Africa Mi­gra­tion

To wit­ness mil­lions of mam­mals mak­ing their jour­ney across the seem­ingly end­less sa­van­nahs of East Africa on the Great Mi­gra­tion is a breath­tak­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. The mi­gra­tion is, of course, con­stantly on the move, and Pa­trick’s tip is to be flex­i­ble, visit more than one area and rely on A&K’s ex­pert ad­vice for the best camp­ing and van­tage points – this is, af­ter all, an ad­ven­ture. Tan­za­nia Un­der Can­vas Wide open spa­ces, sun-dap­pled forests, croc­o­dile-in­fested wa­ters, stun­ning rock for­ma­tions and in­cred­i­ble game-view­ing – the Serengeti is a won­der that must be seen to be be­lieved.

Zim­babwe Dis­cov­ery

Take in some of the best wildlife in Hwange Na­tional Park, fa­mous for its ele­phant herds, as well as the breath­tak­ing Mana Pools Na­tional Park in the Zam­bezi Val­ley.

Best of Zam­bia

Wild Africa at its best, with night game drives and walk­ing sa­faris, Zam­bia has spec­tac­u­lar big game, famed na­tional parks in­clud­ing South Luangwa and the Lower Zam­bezi, and Vic­to­ria Falls.

Sam­buru & Mara Sa­fari

Kenya is the birth­place of sa­fari, and of A&K, and still of­fers one of the best wilder­ness ex­pe­ri­ences avail­able. Pa­trick sug­gests pri­vate con­ser­van­cies where the wildlife is abun­dant, and vis­i­tors are fewer in num­ber.

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