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South Africa is rich in pre-history, history and more recently, proclaimed World Heritage Sites. According to certain experts, southern Africa offers some of the finest Stone Age rock art in the world. We know the sites! 

 

If you are interested in Wildlife, South Africa offers encounters from Aardvark to Zebra. Garsons can take you to the vastness of Kruger Park, Hluhluwe/iMfolozi, Addo Elephant Park, the Waterberg and any of the excellent private game reserves that dot the South African landscape. For those of you who are differently abled, Africa is equally welcoming and we would be delighted to assist in your adventure...

 

Culture? We’ve got it covered from Afrikaner to Zulu, all vibrantly presented by our in-field Guides. Their passionate love for our country comes through with every word. Our Guides all have specific areas of expertise. Their knowledge spans the prolific mammal and birdlife of the region, Bushman stone-age rock painting, the Anglo-Zulu and Anglo-Boer Wars, to Zulu history and culture. A particularly absorbing aspect of Zulu culture and social structure is in the arena of indigenous, traditional healing. Greg Garson has an intense personal interest in this subject. Greg is proud to be supported by local, regional, national and specialist guides and academics who share his deep love of South Africa. Our guides are knowledgeable, enthusiastic, engaging and entertaining. We offer the discerning visitor an opportunity to experience the real Africa as part of a unique, stimulating and fun-filled adventure. 

The photographic contribution has been provided by The West Australian (WA), Mellissa Carlin(USA), Thaba Tours (Lesotho), Amakhosi Safari Lodge (Pongola, South Africa) Dennis Boyd (Ireland) Stuart Simson (South Africa), Leon Pretorius (Namibia), Lorna Simson (Namibia) Greg Garson.

ABOUT US

Let Garsons Expeditions introduce you to the quintessential Africa!

Our expeditions are run on a private, exclusive basis and journeys are tailor made to each client’s needs. 

If special interest groups call for academic input, botanists, ethno-botanists, anthropologists and archaeologists can be called upon to provide a specialist’s viewpoint. Our objective is to provide guests with detailed and interesting itineraries that reflect, wherever possible, their needs, wants and desires, culminating in unforgettable “once in a lifetime” vacations. 

At Garsons we are proud of our home...proud of its unparalleled diversity of landscapes, ecological zones, peoples, plant and animal life. South Africa embraces scenery from tropical forest to desert – the open flatlands of the Free State to the towering Drakensberg Mountains, the Cape’s Floral Kingdom and world class beaches stretching over 3000 kilometres of coastline. 

 

 


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