Jackson’s African Safaris is a detail focused team, with over 16 years of experience hosting & arranging safari adventures. Our safaris are highly personal and customized.   Our key focus is on EDUCATION so our clients are empowered to make choices that will give you greatest return of enjoyment.

Jackson’s African Safaris (Pty) Ltd provides in-depth support for the complete design and planning of your dream African safari. We have years of experience organizing a variety of safaris including:

  • Authentic basic camping safaris to ultra-luxury
  • Large travel groups (120 people is our largest group so far)
  • Company retreats
  • Honeymoons
  • Grassroots volunteer experiences
  • You name it, we can match and create your dream…

Those are just some examples of what we offer and they all come with our VERY personal touch, that you would be hard pressed to find anywhere else.  We give you all the facts, so you are empowered to make wise decisions.

Our goal is to educate you every step of the way, ensuring you understand the choices and decisions YOU are making and how they impact YOUR safari experience.  From our experience this truly helps avoid disappointment.

Our business is built by word of mouth referrals, a passion for Africa and the inherent love we all share of natural and wild places.

We live our lives actively seeking integrity, knowledge, truth and trust.  We expect these qualities of you, while we work together.  Creating a trip of a lifetime requires good communication and an investment of time.  We look forward to hearing from you.  Please contact us at any time to get more information.

Kind Regards,

The Jackson’s African Safaris Team

Jackson’s African Safaris (Pty) Ltd



Planning a trip to a different country can be challenging and complex. The Jackson’s African Safaris team knows Africa intimately. Safari planning is a science and we can help you take the mystery out of all the information out there.

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Follow our adventures as we shed some light on what has been known as the dark continent…  In the safari world, there are no secrets, just facts to learn and make choices on.

Reticulated Giraffe Conservation with Pastoralists Initiative

The reticulated giraffe, found in northern Kenya, has declined a by perhaps 70% - with only 8,000 to 10,000 estimated to remain in the wild. NRT (Northern Rangelands Trust) are working with San Diego Zoo Global, the Giraffe Conservation Foundation, The Nature Conservancy, Loisaba Conservancy, Global Conservation Force, Sarara Camp and Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to try and reverse this trend. The two-year pilot project - dubbed the Reticulated Giraffe Conservation with Pastoralists Initiative - was launched in Namunyak and Loisaba in May 2016. Its aim is to work with local pastoralists, who come across giraffes on a daily basis, to gather data about their movements, numbers, interactions and behaviors. In addition to gaining a better understanding of giraffe, the pilot will test whether the data can be used by conservancies to help shape overall conservation strategies, and target their support to areas where it's needed the most. The project also aims to assess local attitudes towards giraffe. You can read more here: http://www.nrt-kenya.org/news-list/2016/11/1/tumbling-towers-saving-north-kenyas-giraffes

Il Ngwesi Celebrates 20 Years of Conservation

As found in the latest NRT Northern Rangelands Trust Newsletter; Il Ngwesi - one of the first community conservancies in Kenya - celebrated its 20th birthday last week . Find out more about this trailblazing conservancy - including the award-winning eco lodge and Omni; the black rhino that united a community.

Lewa Conservancy

As a privately run, non-profit organisation, the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya has become renowned worldwide for its innovative and highly successful conservation strategies. Lewa’s success relies on the support of communities, businesses and like-minded people. Without the generosity and vision of our past and present supporters, Lewa would not be what it is today. Without future donor funding Lewa cannot continue to operate. How Can You Help?  Start by subscribing to their Newsletter and learn more about their projects, ultimately what happens at Lewa effects us all, wherever we live. Subscribe to Lewa News here: http://www.lewa.org/support-lewa/