We are excited to help you create your dream African holiday.

Africa is the most well-preserved continent on the planet, offering rare sightings of wildlife and breath-taking landscapes. It is a land of great contrasts, with fascinating and diverse cultures, where the opportunity for travel is entirely up to the needs of the individual. There are limitless adventures to be had.


Pulse Africa is an eco-friendly company, where our tailor-made tours are designed to support the preservation of land, wildlife and cultures. We have strong relationships with all the destinations we offer, but remain unaffiliated to any specific lodges, guaranteeing you unbiased advice when planning your trip.

Special Offers

Kenya Special – Pay 3, Stay 2

Kenya Special – Pay 3, Stay 2

Don’t miss the opportunity to stay at the beautiful Offbeat Meru camp before it closes it’s doors for good at the end of October 2016. Stay for three nights and only pay for two. This special offer is available at both Offbeat Mara and Offbeat Meru camps and is applicable to all new bookings until…

Last Minute Special – Kenya

Last Minute Special – Kenya

Last minute special offer available on a unique Karisia Walking Safari. The camels and teams are ready, waiting, polished and rearing to go – all they need is you! The Classic Walking Safari Includes: Full board accommodation in Luxury tents with all drinks included, camels, guides and a fully mobile walking safari. Minimum 3 nights…

Mozambique Special Offer

Mozambique Special Offer

Are you looking to book a beach holiday that offers excellent value for money? We have just the place for you!         Diamonds Mequfi Beach Resort is a new 5 star resort situated on one of Mozambique’s most beautiful beaches. Discover this country’s unspoilt natural beauty, a new up-and-coming destination thanks to…

Experiences

A Must-See in Nairobi

A Must-See in Nairobi

Daphne Sheldrick’s animal orphanage is a delightful excursion and a must-see in Nairobi. Daphne is the wife of David Sheldrick, a famous game warden who was based in Tsavo National Park.  After his death in the ‘70’s Daphne set up a trust to foster orphaned animals, with a special emphasis on elephants. A visit to…

In search of the elusive Aardvark

In search of the elusive Aardvark

Spending two nights on an educational at Tswalu Private Game Reserve, the day after my 37th birthday has got to be one of the most memorable birthdays I’ve ever had. We were flown to the lodge in an immaculate PC12. Flying over the reserve with the Korannaberg Mountains rising up below us, I was reminded…

Your first safari experience is unforgettable.

Your first safari experience is unforgettable.

“OMG, Oh My actual God  – it’s a real, live elephant, and I am really  here, seeing it with my own eyes!!”  Her face flushed with pleasure, camera at the ready, this was my sister-in-law’s response to  her first sighting of a wild elephant. We were on safari en famille in South Africa’s Kruger National…

News

Uganda – Visa Fee Reduction

Uganda – Visa Fee Reduction

Some great news for those looking to travel to Uganda… With effect from the 22nd July 2016, the Government of Uganda has reduced their visa fees from $100 to $50 per person. To read more about applying for the new online visa, see this article. For expert advice on Uganda, get in touch with our…

Uganda Online Visa Applications

Uganda Online Visa Applications

The Government of Uganda has introduced the online visa application system with effect from 01 July 2016. All persons intending to travel to Uganda are required to apply and obtain a visa online. Applications should be completed online on the following link: https://visas.immigration.go.ug/. Once the application has been processed, the decision taken will be emailed…

Flamingo 27

Flamingo 27

On t he 10th of June 2016 the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) recorded some extraordinary movements by a Lesser Flamingo (Phoeniconaias minor) recently fitted with a GPS/GSM satellite transmitter. This individual covered a staggering distance of 1,069 km in one single flight over 16 hours, crossing the Indian Ocean from Mozambique to Madagascar. Click on…