Trips in more than 100 countries with an emphasis on Africa, where well-appointed mobile tented camps ensure that travelers view wildlife in comfort, whether they’re tracking the Great Migration in East Africa or gliding through Botswana’s Okavango Delta in dugout canoes.
T+L Trip Pick: Wings Over the Migration Follow the Great Migration, view a private Masai dance performance, and camp near the Ngorongoro Crater. Sept.–Dec. departures; 15 days from $13,470.
Founded in 1758, Cox & Kings is one of the world’s longest-running travel companies and has a global portfolio with jungle excursions, culinarily focused tours, sea voyages—and extraordinary safaris.
T+L Trip Pick: Portrait of Kenya Spot Somali ostriches and reticulated giraffes in Samburu National Reserve, balloon over the Masai Mara savanna, and adopt an elephant at the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage. July–Oct. departures; 12 days from $9,835.
Founder and environmental scientist Will Jones designs trips to eastern and southern Africa, where he spent 25 years.
T+L Trip Pick: See “The Weekend Zoologist” for a reader-exclusive Zambia trip for bird lovers.
This community- and conservation-minded outfitter has led tours through Africa, India, and South America for more than 50 years.
T+L Trip Pick: Primates of Africa Come within 15 feet of habituated gorillas in the Republic of the Congo and Rwanda. May–Dec. departures; 17 days from $13,195.
Bespoke safaris in eastern and southern Africa and India with on-the-ground experts. Guide Alan Petersen has led David Beckham and Robert De Niro.
T+L Trip Pick: Discover Africa’s Heritage Visit UNESCO-protected areas such as Kenya’s Lake Nakuru and Zanzibar’s Stone Town. Year-round departures; 12 days from $11,525.