Hear the call of the wild? Or maybe that’s just Toto’s ‘Africa’ booming from your iPhone. Either way, a Topdeck safari adventure is beckoning.
On a Topdeck Africa tour, traverse mountains, rivers and lakes, laze about on idyllic palm-fringed beaches and roam some of the world’s best National Parks in search of wild animals. Sound tempting? We thought so. This place is simply unreal.
And forget #Filter indecision – with landscapes so astonishing they look like they’ve leapt off the page of a National Geographic magazine, ain’t no need for editing. It’s just you, your camera and nature at its best. Pith hat, optional.
Jumping at the chance to camp out under the starry African sky? Or perhaps sleeping al fresco just ain’t your thang? Either way, we’ve got you covered.
Want to experience the real Africa in all its rugged glory? With our Topdeck Adventure Pass, you’re given the green light to take part in all the activities that make Africa so unique. Think: National Park explorations, access to World Heritage sites, game drives, village tours and a whole lot more. Compulsory for all trips, the Adventure Pass ensures all the major highlights are covered and your once in a lifetime trip is one to remember. Ready for the adventure? Let’s go!
The Bwindi Impenetrable Park region is home to 400 of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas. Due to the endangered status of this species, visitors are strictly limited and a permit must be purchased at the time of booking to make sure you get to see these gentle giants. Local laws and regulations don’t allow for permits to be reserved in bulk.
The cost for the permit is listed on each itinerary visiting the area and we will obtain one on your behalf (if still available). The permit also includes a trekking excursion to see chimpanzees in their local habitat at Kyambura Gorge. Gorilla permit rates are subject to change due to currency fluctuations.
Please note: To ensure we obtain gorilla permits, we may trek outside Uganda in neighbouring countries such as Rwanda, where gorillas have also been habituated for viewing. Trekking here involves a minimal detour from the described route.