Somak Holidays - The Safari Specialist since 1968
Somak Holidays are an award-winning tour operator with almost 50 years' experience in organising
African safari holidays. We pride ourselves on being able to arrange a wide range of holidays
including luxury tailor-made holidays, romantic honeymoons, destination weddings, school trips
and fantastic family holidays. We have a great range of accommodation and itineraries to suit
everyone's interests and budgets, in many destinations including Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana,
South Africa and Namibia.
Wildlife and Safaris
We've been safari specialists since 1968, and love nothing more than creating holidays
with outstanding wildlife encounters. Whether you want to witness the wildebeest migration
or get up-close to gorillas in the wild; our handpicked wildlife and safaris collection
will help you craft your perfect holiday.
Add a cultural element to your itinerary and gain a true understanding of your holiday
destination and its people. There's nothing like meeting the Masai people of Kenya or
the Himba tribe of Namibia to learn about their ancient traditions and culture. Discover
more cultural experiences in our culture collection.
Whether you're looking for a relaxing beach honeymoon, a thrilling safari honeymoon, or like
the idea of combining the two; Somak Holidays can help make it happen. Our honeymoon collection
features all of our most romantic properties that will ensure you begin your marriage in the
most romantic way possible.
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See these gentle giants in the wild on a 5-night itinerary, with highlights including trekking in the world-famous Bwindi National Park.
This short flying safari is great introduction to a safari holiday and offers luxury accommodation and superb game viewing.
This itinerary will take you up via the Lemosho Route. It's pristine, very beautiful, remote and offers superb panoramic views on various sides of the mountain.
Combine the scenic diversity of Cape Town and the Garden Route, the cultural traditions of Zululand and Swaziland with the wildlife of the Kruger National Park.