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    I can think of 1 company that does an overland safari tour from Kenya to South Africa as a normal package. Mostly, that is going to be a specialty tour dependent on the route you want to go: Kenya, Tanzania, and then into Mozambique, Zimbabwe, South Africa, or Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Botswana (which in my opinion is NOT to be missed), and then South Africa. Do you have a preference?

    My mother's friend used African Travel who created a gorgeous safari for her and her husband on their anniversary. It might be worth checking them out.

    Anyway. The one I know of is overlandinginafrica.com and the tour is Nairobi to Johannesburg, which is 21 days and costs approximately 2085 EUR. Information on it is: http://www.overlandingafrica.com/nairobi-to-johannesburg-NJ32-11/

    I personally used Acacia African Tours and LOVED them. Such a wonderful time. almost 7 years ago

    Answered by Courtney Harre via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I used a company ten years ago called Phoenix. It was an overland truck safari from Cape Town to Nairobi via, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Keny.
    My wife and I were very happy with the price and the trip.
    cheers,
    chris almost 7 years ago

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    A friend used http://www.keystonejourneys.com/content/page55/Africa.html and thought they were well organised.

    I like the look of this company http://www.wildaboutafrica.com/

    When I went I used an independent guy who can tailor a trip especially for you. This worked out very cost effective for my group at the time, but wouldnt be so good if you were on your own. If you want his details, just let me know. almost 7 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I did a tour about 2 years ago now with acacia africa. The tour was well planned and very enjoyable. The tour wasn't just full of young people it had a nice range of ages on the tour, some of the places you see along the way will take your breath away.

    Visit their web site www.acacia-africa.com over 6 years ago

    Answered by Rachel Christian via Site_iconTravellr.com

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