Go2Africa is a Cape Town based multi-award-winning tour operator that curates exceptional, personalized African safaris. Since 1998 the team has been committed to building first-hand knowledge of every destination, lodge, and activity they recommend from their 3000+ safari partners.
"The couple went on a Pullman safari, booking through Go2Africa, a travel company based in South Africa, which was among the first countries in the world to recognize LGBT rights in the aftermath of apartheid."
"Maija de Rijk-Uys is managing director of Go2Africa, a Cape Town–based safari travel company and one of the many tour operators currently involved in the lobbying efforts with the government."
Whether your dream is to see the Big 5, follow the Wildebeest Migration, spend time with endangered gorillas, or simply enjoy sundowner drinks on an endless savannah, Go2Africa can help create your perfect safari experience. Go2Africa will immerse you in the magic of Africa - one of life’s most incredible experiences.
Cape Town, South Africa
Botswana, Congo, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Maldives, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Seven Go2Africa experts were named to Conde Nast Traveler’s Top Travel Specialists in 2021. The entire team is African born and raised, and between them they spend more than 365 days each year on safari.
The entire Go2Africa team is African born and raised. They work with 3,000+ partners in 17 countries in Africa and some Indian Ocean Islands. 100% of the money from their safaris stays in Africa supports local communities and conservation projects, ensuring your travels make a difference, long after you return home.
Go2Africa Shares Inaugural State of Safari Report for 2022 Highlighting Trends, Destinations and Travel Habits in Africa
As demand for safaris comes roaring back to pre-covid levels, it does so with a new, fast-growing interest in sustainability and eco-tourism. This year as Go2Africa celebrates its 25th anniversary, they have produced their first Annual African Safari Travel Report to outline key trends within Africa’s safari industry. Using a sample size of over 40,000 records, all of the data comes from inquiries and bookings between January 2021 and December 2022.
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