Disconnect and discover the arid, rocky region of Kaokoland, and embrace the raw culture of a peaceful and pastoralist people. Remote. Isolated. Meet one of the most courteous tribes in Africa. The Himba stand out for their unusual sculptural beauty, enhanced by intricate hairstyles, decorations, and red ocher-rubbed skin.

  • 13

    Days

  • S Africa

  • Arid

  • Intense

  • 4

Voyage across the arid red sand dunes of the Savannah to meet the Kalahari Deserts native people, the San Bushmen who have inhabited the area for approximately 20,000 years. Discover the tribe’s renowned cave art, bringing you closer than ever to a remarkable ancient society.

  • S Africa

  • Arid

Wander under wide open skies with semi-nomadic warriors, retuning the beat of your heart to the natural rhythms of the plains. The Maasai are an egalitarian people, empowered by music, ritual, and family. Their heritage thrives with the strength of the land; the warm earth of North Tanzania.

  • 5

    Days

  • S Africa

  • Mild

  • Intense

  • 5

Adventure into the wild African savanna with its last remaining hunter-gatherer tribe, the Hadza—meaning ‘human being’. Experience a world where time doesn’t dictate, instead let the sun, moon and stars guide you alongside these spiritual tribes people.

  • 6

    Days

  • S Africa

  • Mild

  • Intense

  • 5

They are a Malagasy population originating from the Isaka region (southwestern coast of Madagascar). Together with the Bara and the Betsileo, they are among the Malagasy communities of more African origin. The Sakalava live in a populated area of vast plains and grasslands.

  • 8

    Days

  • S Africa

  • Tropical

  • Casual

  • 5

Tandroys live in the south of Madagascar; their territory is called "the Androy," which is known to be the "spiny desert". They are traditionally a nomadic tribe, moving depending on climatic conditions and seasons. Nowadays, their ethnic group includes many clans and ethnic backgrounds of diverse origins.

  • 6

    Days

  • S Africa

  • Arid

  • Medium

  • 5

The Mikea is one of the last tribal groups living in Madagascar. This minority group of Malagasy inhabits the Mikea Forest and counts around 1500 members. Their origin is unknown; some theories indicate that they are descendants of the Vazimba indigenous group, others speculate that they are descendants of some Malagasy people which escaped the French invasions by hiding in the forest. Still today, they are considered very mysterious since they are usually very discreet and avoid strangers.

  • 6

    Days

  • S Africa

  • Tropical

  • Medium

  • 5