African Safaris

I am constantly told by guests travelling with us, that Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities they have ever visited. I have to agree and it is a real privilege to be able to live here. Having grown up in the Lowveld, which is Kruger National Park country, I find myself torn between the sights and sounds of the African Bush and the beautiful sea and mountain scapes around Cape Town!  Visit our beautiful country and I can guarantee you a holiday of a lifetime. Whether a safari experience, or just chilling on a beach in Cape Town, entrust Gecko Africa Safaris with the task and let us hand craft something that will knock your socks off! Gecko Africa Safaris welcomes you to the start of what will be the most exciting holiday you have ever experienced. Our expert consultants have years of experience in the creation and execution of quality safaris and holidays to Southern Africa. Contact one of our expert safari consultants to help you plan your next Africa holiday. Simply e-mail your request to info@geckoafrica.com or call us in South Africa on +27 21 903 9281.

What We Recommend

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The Portswood Hotel

  • TypeHotel
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  • Price fromR1 731

The Portswood hotel is seen as a piece of Cape Town’s history. The restaurant and lobby are built around the original well and holding cells for prisoners en route to Robben Island 300 years ago. Today, The Portswood exclusive hotel is famous for its unique, personal approach to service - catering to the international traveler's every need and anticipating their every desire.

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Fancourt Manor House

  • TypeHotel
  • Rating
  • Price fromR3 325

The Manor House boutique hotel is the crown of the Fancourt estate. As a National Monument, the Manor House presents a meticulous remodelling of its historical counterpart, the Blanco House, while encompassing the distinctive air of a world-class, 21st century destination.

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Selinda Camp

  • TypeLuxury Tented Camp
  • Rating
  • Price fromR48 064

The new Selinda Camp represents the meeting place of three cultures; European, Mokololo and Bayei and is themed to resemble that of the thatched village of Sangwali, one that used to house 3,000 warriors and sufficient enough to loan David Livingstone 200 men during his travels. Spears, shields and an African version of Robinson Crusoe is the enduring theme through the camp, and its architectural design elements center around Water, Air, Earth and Fire, all of which ground the design.

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