Explore Africa With Us

“Africa is mystic, it is wild, it is a sweltering inferno, it is a photographer’s paradise, an escapist’s Utopia. It is what you will, and it withstands all interpretations. It is the last vestige of a dead world or the cradle of a shiny new one. To a lot of people, as to myself, it is just home.”

Beryl Markham, West with the Night

“Let eyeseeAfrica plan an unforgettable adventure for you to the world’s greatest wilderness.”

Tertius Jordaan, owner eyeseeAfrica

African Safari Experts

We are a local tour operator who is passionate about Africa and we want you to have the best possible experience to the greatest and wildest continent on the planet.  With our expertise we tailor-make each trip taking your individual budget and personal interests into consideration.

We are African

Situated in Cape Town, our team comprises native African experts. We not only hail from Africa but also personally immerse ourselves in safaris during our holidays, comprehending the essence of creating each trip as a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

24/7 Support on Safari

We will be by your side, from our initial conversation throughout the time that you are in Africa. We provide daily information and support on the WhatsApp group that we create before your travels.

Support Local Businesses

Being an African company, your safari payment entirely contributes to local communities and conservation projects in Africa. Your support significantly impacts the long-term sustainability of Africa’s natural habitats.

 

 

Complete Financial Protection

We ensure the safety of your funds. Our Money-Back Guarantee and accreditation with the South African Tourism Services Association protect all our clients.

Local Knowledge

We personally explore each destination, lodge, and activity we recommend in our trips. Suppliers are hand picked to ensure that you will have an incredible trip to Africa.

 
 

Best Price Promise

Due to our extensive network and established partnerships with Africa’s premier suppliers, we have access to the most competitive rates available. Should you discover a superior quote for your itinerary, inform us, and we’ll surpass that price.

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The cosiest place is the top end side facing the sun..can just get a bit too too crowded on some winter days at Babylonstoren @babylonstoren #sunnywinterdays #cometocapetown #southafrica #cometravelwithustoafrica #africainourblood ...

Camp fit for the more lavish African explorer! #botswana #makgadikgadipans #africatravel #lodgesofafrica #luxurytravel #africainourblood #cometravelwithustoafrica

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On International Bird Day, we turn our gaze towards the future of the African penguin. The African penguin is only found on the southwestern coast of Africa, living in colonies on 24 islands between Namibia and Algoa Bay near Port Elizabeth. African penguin populations have plummeted to less than 1% of their size a century ago due to habitat degradation, oil spills, heavy shipping traffic, and seismic activity from offshore oil and gas prospecting. Currently, the biggest threat to African penguins is difficulty in finding food. The penguin is listed as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature on its red list of threatened species. There are less than 50 000 birds remaining. By 2035, on current trends, scientists say there will not be enough breeding pairs for the species to continue to survive in the wild. The creation of large-scale, fully protected marine reserves can serve to alleviate pressure on penguins in the face of climate change, overfishing, and habitat degradation. #africanpenguin #africanpenguinawarenessday #africanpenguins #worldbirdday #birdsofinstagram #birds #travelafrica #africainourblood #cometravelwithustoafrica

On International Bird Day, we turn our gaze towards the future of the African penguin. The African penguin is only found on the southwestern coast of Africa, living in colonies on 24 islands between Namibia and Algoa Bay near Port Elizabeth. African penguin populations have plummeted to less than 1% of their size a century ago due to habitat degradation, oil spills, heavy shipping traffic, and seismic activity from offshore oil and gas prospecting. Currently, the biggest threat to African penguins is difficulty in finding food. The penguin is listed as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature on its red list of threatened species. There are less than 50 000 birds remaining. By 2035, on current trends, scientists say there will not be enough breeding pairs for the species to continue to survive in the wild. The creation of large-scale, fully protected marine reserves can serve to alleviate pressure on penguins in the face of climate change, overfishing, and habitat degradation. #africanpenguin #africanpenguinawarenessday #africanpenguins #worldbirdday #birdsofinstagram #birds #travelafrica #africainourblood #cometravelwithustoafrica ...

Breakfast with a view, almost always guaranteed in Namibia! #namibia #travelnamibia #namibiatravelguide #namibiatravelinfo #cometravelwithustoafrica #africainourblood #instatravel #photography

Breakfast with a view, almost always guaranteed in Namibia! #namibia #travelnamibia #namibiatravelguide #namibiatravelinfo #cometravelwithustoafrica #africainourblood #instatravel #photography ...

Hereros and Himbas are essentially cattle-breeding “sister” tribes in Namibia who speak the same language and have similar traditions. They are both members of a larger tribe that split up at some point. The Hereros settled in towns and villages while the Himbas continued with a nomadic lifestyle. It is hard to know when and why the two groups parted. Very little of their history is documented, and most of it is conveyed through oral tradition.  But what produced the Herero sense of style is clearly known. In the late 19th century, the Germans took possession of “German South Africa” (nowadays Namibia). They then systematically appropriated Herero grazing land and brought Herero people in to work for them. The wives of the German colonialists and missionaries took upon themselves to teach the women working in their houses how to dress “properly”. Today, there are over 250,000 Herero people in Namibia, Botswana and Angola. #namibia #culturesofafrica #tribesofafrica #herero #himbatribe #cometravelwithustoafrica #africainourblood

Hereros and Himbas are essentially cattle-breeding “sister” tribes in Namibia who speak the same language and have similar traditions. They are both members of a larger tribe that split up at some point. The Hereros settled in towns and villages while the Himbas continued with a nomadic lifestyle. It is hard to know when and why the two groups parted. Very little of their history is documented, and most of it is conveyed through oral tradition. But what produced the Herero sense of style is clearly known. In the late 19th century, the Germans took possession of “German South Africa” (nowadays Namibia). They then systematically appropriated Herero grazing land and brought Herero people in to work for them. The wives of the German colonialists and missionaries took upon themselves to teach the women working in their houses how to dress “properly”. Today, there are over 250,000 Herero people in Namibia, Botswana and Angola. #namibia #culturesofafrica #tribesofafrica #herero #himbatribe #cometravelwithustoafrica #africainourblood ...

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Owner eyeseeAfrica

I was born in Namibia and spent many of my childhood days on a farm in the Kalahari, close to the Botswana border. I have fond memories of growing up with the San people and learning from them that we humans are just a small part of nature and that we need to co-exist with the other inhabitants of our planet.

“I love Africa because this is home. I was born here and I have lived here all my life. I love Africa because of its people, their determination and will to survive, their creativeness, their love for life, their music and dance and their simple way of living.

I believe everyone should visit Africa at least once in their lifetime as this is where we all originate from. I personally plan every trip and ideally would like to meet every client to share my abiding passion for Africa and her wildlife.

Tertius Jordaan