Journeys, Expeditions and Safaris

Wildsouth Discovery journeys, expeditions and safaris...

  • Would you like to experience a different kind of vacation?
  • Would you enjoy travelling on an exclusive private tour?
  • Do you enjoy being an active traveller?
  • Does comfort, fun, exploring, discovering and learning appeal to you whilst travelling?
  • Do you find first-class service, superb food and exquisite accommodations very desirable?
  • Are you interested in history, geology, wildlife, ancient pristine landscapes or perhaps just magnificent scenery?
  • Do you enjoy travelling "off the beaten track"?

If you can answer yes to one or more of these questions, then perhaps you should join one of our Wildsouth expeditions!

traditionally, an overland journey, usually a trip to Africa. Today, safari often refers to trips to observe and photograph wildlife, or hiking or sightseeing.

an organised journey or voyage undertaken by a group of people for a specific purpose, a pleasure trip, an excursion

Are you a traveller or a tourist?

It has been said that...

"The traveller was active; he went strenuously in search of people, of adventure, of experience.
The tourist is passive; he expects interesting things to happen to him. He goes sight-seeing."

Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer

"We can't thank you enough for the wonderful experience..."

"We want you to know how very much we have enjoyed our 9 day "adventure" aka "The South Island Grazing Tour!" To be honest, we had no idea what we were getting ourselves into, and we want you to know that everyday has been a wonderful "event" full of surprises and unanticipated side trips. What really made the trip however, is you! Your unrestrained enthusiasm for your beautiful island and for helping us appreciate its beauty, nature and history, has made this a trip we will never forget! We can't thank you enough for the wonderful experience and all the little things you did for us day and day out"
- Wendy & Terry Tuthill, USA

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