Cox & Kings Announces New 2015-2016 Africa Journeys

Cox & Kings Announces New 2015-2016 Africa Journeys
Continuing to expand on a global scale, the company's vast new offerings feature off-the-beaten-path experiences in a host of new destinations along with a fresh look at some of the more traditional locales.

From foodies to families, exotic to enriching, Cox & Kings' expansive selection of new itineraries offers a range of possibilities to entice travelers. Each handcrafted, Cox & Kings journey includes a local guide, enabling travelers to experience the wonders of the world on a deeply intimate level, creating unforgettable and one-of-a-kind private journeys.

Below are just some of the highlights from the new 2015-2016 private Africa journeys, while full itineraries can be viewed at


Cox & Kings expands its already robust offerings throughout Africa, with twelve new journeys two of which focus on solely on Botswana. “Botswana: An Exclusive Wildlife Adventure,” is perfect for families or small groups, and covers the country's best game viewing locations from Victoria Falls and into the north including the Okavango Delta. The 6-night safari includes luxury private tented-camps for an authentic and exclusive experience. While the 10-day “Botswana in Summer” offers rich wildlife viewing as the lush grasslands attract Southern Africa's largest remaining migration.

Zimbabwe offers both an excellent value and fantastic wildlife viewing. The “Zimbabwe Rediscovered” itinerary includes the Mana Pools along the mighty Zambezi River and into Hwange National Park with its vast herds of buffalo, elephant and sable antelope. Watching black rhinos and the unique, semi-aquatic elephants is also possible with a visit to Matusandona National Park.

Traditionally known just for gorilla trekking, “Uganda: The Pearl of Africa” highlights much more of the country's stunningly beautiful landscape. Travelers can follow gregarious chimpanzees in the Kibale Forest and view the world's largest hippo concentration in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

The new “Lost Pyramids of Northern Sudan” itinerary explores the little-known country that bridges the African and Arabic cultures. Along the Nile River, guests visit friendly Nubian villages and discover ancient untouched pyramids, of which the country has more than in all of Egypt.

With a history spanning more than 250 years, Cox & Kings is the world's most enduring luxury travel brand. Born in 1758 as an India custom travel outfitter, the company today remains unwavering in its commitment to providing travelers with exquisite aspirational cultural and wildlife journeys. Specialized destination teams comprised of industry experts work directly with clients to share their extensive local product knowledge and offer extraordinary insider access. Cox & Kings seventy worldwide sales and marketing offices provide a strong global presence and the rare ability to deliver exclusive individual bespoke and tailored group experiences to world's most exotic destinations: India & the Subcontinent, Africa, the Middle East, Asia & The Pacific, Latin America & Antarctica and Europe. For more information on Cox & Kings, please visit or 1.800.999.1758.