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Biwakwango

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About Biwakwango

  • We offer private/custom safaris
  • We offer group tours/safaris
  • Our main focus is: Mid-level safaris
  • We have 1 tour package listed
Languages we speak:
  • English
  • French
    Biwakwango is a South African based Tour Operator with 14 years of experience in creating and running exciting and unique tours.

    We strongly focus on low impact tourism such as walking, hiking and small groups.

    Biwakwango was founded by Thierry, born in France and permanently living in South Africa for 17 years. His passion for Africa, wildlife, adventure travel, nature conservation and the well being of local people are his fundamental approaches for a sustainable tourism.

Vehicle description

On most of our tour tours, we use a custom built 11 seater 4x4 Land Cruiser. In game reserves we often use open 4x4 vehicles.

Comfortable minibuses are also used on our discovery tours in South Africa, during which some long transfers may occur.

We also use canoes for some our more specialized expeditions as well as light aircrafts for more upmarket trips.
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South Africa: Just perfect

Views: 86 Visited: Oct 2018 Reviewed: Nov 19, 2018

It was my first trip to South Africa and it was just amazing. Thierry is a top, passionate, fun guide. Thanks to his knowledge of the bush and the fauna, and through safari on foot and in 4x4, he knew how to pass on his passion. Each place was at the top with amazing views.
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l'Afrique=Zambia

Views: 63 Visited: Sep 2018 Reviewed: Nov 11, 2018

We met Thierry on a trip with our children in South Africa. I contacted him 8 years later, for him to put together a couples safari in Zambia, after a week-long stay in the Cape region (on our own).

The transfers were perfect. Tide and Time camps and Chongwe were exceptional. We often were the only ones for walks or game drives, despite it being high season in September.

Once again, a big thanks to Thierry and his team. Africa, we miss y... read more

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In love with southern Africa

Views: 178 Visited: Apr 2018 Reviewed: May 30, 2018

On arrival in Zimbabwe we went on a cruise on the Zambeze river from where we saw mainly hippos, birds and a crocodile and watched the beautiful sunset. After one night in a splendid location on the cliff edge of the Zambezi Gorge, we visited the spectacular Victoria Falls before taking a small aircraft to Somalisa Camp in the Hwange Park.

We fell in love with the bush, the camp and of course the animals, many elephants who come to drink j... read more

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