Acacia Africa operate a variety of tours ranging from small group budget safaris travelling with 14 people, to larger group overland tours travelling with 24 people. These adventure tours make use of basic camping in 2-man dome tents, to permanent tents and rustic bedded accommodation for an incredible adventure!
Acacia Africa overland tours are diverse and perfect for travellers aged 18 to 39, while small group tours are better suited for mature, experienced travellers.
Vehicles are custom built to endure the tough African roads and include; a safe, private individual lockers, sleeping mattresses, 3 fridges and charging facilities.
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These are larger group camping tours staying in 2-man dome tents, ideal for single travellers and friends travelling together. The overland-style tours are limited participation tours whereby you help out with small chores each day. It is perfect for single travellers who don’t want to pay a single supplement.
Small Group Tours
Perfect if you prefer a smaller, more intimate African safari travelling in a group of no more than 14 people. Small group tours use a combination of camping in 2-man dome tents or rustic bedded accommodation.
What is an Acacia Africa Tour like?
The overland tours take place on custom-built overland trucks, seating a maximum of 24 people. The overland vehicles include; a safe, tables and chairs, on-board freezer (for meat), personal lockers (760 mm deep x 325 mm height x 570 mm wide) and much more.
The small group tours make use of Mercedes Benz Sprinters and open-top 4×4 vehicles.
Acacia Africa overland tours include 2 crew members (driver and tour leader) who are experienced, knowledgeable, passionate and live for Africa!
The drivers are experienced with varying African road conditions and responsible for everyone getting from one destination to the next, safely. They also know the best scenic stops for photographic opportunities. The tour leaders’ duties are diverse and require a range of skills to ensure a seamless overland adventure. They manage tour finances, accommodation, meal planning, book activities and share their knowledge of Africa.
You are provided with two-man dome canvas tents and mattresses for your adventure. Each tent includes mosquito nets. All campsites have ablution facilities, enough space for camping, a bar or shop and some even have a swimming pool. Wilderness camps within the Okavango Delta, Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater are very basic (no hot water) but make up for this with an authentic wilderness experience.