Meet Wide Africa
The safari scene has changed dramatically and the opportunities are now endless. If you want to peer politely at Africa and see it at a glimpse, or broaden your view and experience the first raindrops on a sun-scorched earth, we can help you. And if you want the entire panorama - to live it, understand it, touch it, smell it, feel it - we can sculpt an itinerary you will never forget.
Whether you want to rough it or to take it in degrees of sparkling luxury that the previous generation could only dream of, you will get the utmost of what’s on offer.
Brigitte Walsh embodies the modern traveller and has built her company on the foundations of exceptional service, style and sophistication without losing touch with the fundamental experience. Wide Africa Safaris provides recommendations guided by personal experience and insight rather than empty rating systems.
Brigitte is joined by a small team of experienced consultants. The intimacy of their interaction ensures that the charm of travel does not disappear from an increasingly internet-driven industry.
Safari Lodges & Camps in South Africa visited by Brigitte Singita: Ebony, Boulders & Castleton, Londolozi: Tree, Pioneer, Varty, Founders & Granite, Lion Sands: 1933, Ivory & River, Nottens, Savanna, Tinga, Ulusaba: Safari & Rock, Leopard Hills, Dulini, Arathusa, Chitwa Chitwa, &Beyond Exeter, Kirkmans, & Ngala, Phinda: Vlei, Rock, Mountain & Forest, Cheetah Plains, Thornybush, Kapama, Kings Camp, Simbavati, Motswari, Tanda Tula, Royal Malewane, Garonga, Makalali, The Outpost, Pafuri, Tintswalo Safari Lodge, Mala Mala, Idube & Lukimbi, Makweti, Nedile, Madikwe Hills & Safari Lodge, Etali, Jaci’s, Tswalu, AmaKhosi Safari Lodge, Mkuze Falls, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, iSmangalisa Wetlands, Shamwari, Kwandwe: Uplands, Fish River & Ecca, Samara, Mount Camdeboo, Amakhala, Lalibela, Kariega, Sibuya, Kichaka, Gorah & Sanbona Wildlife Reserve.
Wide Africa supports
As part of my own gratitude for all that African travel has given me in sheer wonder and delight, Wide Africa supports South African community projects: Project Dignity and UTHANDO. To find out more about them, and why I think they are worth supporting, please click on the links below.