Meet your safari experts!
The Arnolds are adventurers, they love meeting new people and taking them to new places. They are experienced travellers and their broad knowledge of wildlife and culture ensure you will have safari memories to last a lifetime.
For more than 25 years, Clive and Anne have been organising and guiding small group safaris throughout Africa, such as Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Originally from Africa, they have made Australia their home. Their business, Safaris into Africa, allow them to combine their love of the bush and their desire to share unique experiences with fellow travellers from across the world. Clive and Anne go beyond to create unique and extraordinary experiences that are awe-inspiring and offer incredible memories that make your journey special.
Clive and Anne are passionate about conservation of wilderness areas and the preservation of endangered wildlife. They are financial supporters of animal sanctuaries in southern Africa and their efforts have made a real impact on a number of threatened species.
Wildlife photography and film making are high on the list of pursuits for the Arnolds when they are on tour. Their safaris provide a plethora of photographic opportunities and with their technical expertise; you are assured of getting the right shots!
Travelling through Africa is a life changing event and being hosted by knowledgeable guides like Anne and Clive, it is safe, comfortable and thoroughly engaging.
Safaris into Africa carefully choose small private camps which are located in prime wilderness areas for that authentic safari experience. Whether it is the migration in Tanzania or Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe you wish to see; they strive to satisfy the aspirations of all safari participants.
Anne and Clive offer individual personal service with custom made trips to suit all ages, destinations, and budgets. They have spread their wings further afield and are offering a range of destinations which includes escorted small groups wildlife tours to India, Alaska, and South America.
Their safari groups are a maximum of 8 to 10 people, with the minimum being six, depending on the destination. This ensures every person receives special attention and has the opportunity to immerse themselves in the unique environment of a guided safari.