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About Motherland Adventures

We are a team of young dynamic tour planners committed to curating and executing out of the box itineraries for our guests. We believe there is so much to do in Africa that you won’t find in mainstream itineraries and if included in your bespoke itinerary, it will give you a true, wholesome and unbiased view of the Motherland.

We do Luxury group Experiences, Bespoke Experiences for Solo Travelers, Honeymooners, and organized groups. We do all the heavy lifting in Planning and execution so that you can sit back, and unwind. Our active operations are in Kenya, Tanzania Mainland , Zanzibar Island ,Egypt, South Africa and Ghana.

Welcome to experience the CULTURE, relish the culinary delights and enjoy the beautiful DESTINATION that the Motherland has to offer from the Cities to the Bushes, to the Beaches. THE EXPERIENCE will leave you speechless, then turn you into a story teller.


Providing creative, innovative and authentic Travel solutions to our guests


To Be a distinguished Black owned, Black operated Lux Travel operator in the Africa

About Kenya

Africa’s premier destination and home of Authentic Safari, Kenya prides itself as the home to Africa’s most iconic parks, conservancies, and game reserves which offer incredible natural beauty, soul-stirring cultural encounters, and sensational game viewing experiences.From the thrills and spills of the Wildebeest Migration at the Maasai Mara, and Amboseli’s legendary elephant herds against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro to cultural encounters in Samburu, Kenya guarantees some of the most exotic, diverse, and breathtaking wildlife you will ever see.

Experience our three migrations: the wildebeest migration in the Maasai Mara, birds’ migration especially around the Kenya Lake System, and the humpback whale migration in Kenya’s Indian Ocean.

The Kenyan coastline boasts white sandy beaches and warm tropical blue waters.  Enjoy the pristine beaches, sea breeze, relaxing atmosphere, peaceful islands and indulge in water-sport activities that will blow your mind away. The Kenya coastal towns are drenched in a rich culture that reminds visitors of their charming history and heritage. Explore the coastal towns of Mombasa, Malindi, Watamu, Diani and Lamu for a lifetime experience.  


Weather Information: Kenya experiences a diverse climate depending on the region. The Masai Mara generally enjoys a mild climate year-round, with temperatures ranging from 20°C to 30°C (68°F to 86°F). Mount Kenya, on the other hand, can be quite cold due to its elevation, with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 15°C (50°F to 59°F). The coast, including Mombasa, experiences a tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 30°C (77°F to 86°F) and two rainy seasons from April to June and October to December. It’s advisable to pack layers and appropriate gear depending on your itinerary.

Cultural Diversity and Dressing: Kenya is a melting pot of cultures, with over 40 different ethnic groups. The Maasai, with their distinctive attire and beaded jewelry, are one of the most well-known tribes. When visiting Maasai villages or cultural sites, it’s respectful to dress modestly and follow local customs. Lightweight, breathable clothing is ideal for the warm climate, but it’s also a good idea to pack a sweater or jacket for cooler evenings or higher elevations. Comfortable walking shoes, a sun hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen are essential for safaris and outdoor activities.”

About Zanzibar

A renown honeymoon destination, an inimitable Indian Ocean Island, off the coast of Tanzania, Zanzibar is a top instagrammable destination that affords brings together historical, cultural, and eco-tourism beach experiences in East Africa. “Discover Zanzibar, the ‘Spice Island’ of Tanzania, where turquoise waters and white sands beckon travellers from around the world

Steeped in history and culture, Zanzibar offers a unique blend of Swahili, Arab, Persian, Indian, and European influences.

As you explore with Motherland Adventures, immerse yourself in Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its labyrinthine streets, historic buildings, and bustling markets filled with the aroma of cloves and cinnamon. Indulge in mouth-watering seafood at The Rock Restaurant, perched on a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean. Snorkel among vibrant coral reefs at Nakupenda Island and relax on the idyllic beaches, where palm trees sway in the gentle breeze. Zanzibar: a tranquil escape and a fusion of tropical bliss and cultural delights, waiting to be explored with Motherland Adventures.

Weather Information:

Zanzibar enjoys a tropical climate with warm temperatures throughout the year. The average temperature ranges from 25°C to 30°C (77°F to 86°F). The island experiences two rainy seasons: the long rains from March to May and the short rains from November to December. The best time to visit Zanzibar for beach activities and diving is during the dry season from June to October. However, Zanzibar is a year-round destination, with each season offering its unique charm. It’s recommended to pack light, breathable clothing and sun protection for your Zanzibar adventure.

Cultural Diversity and Dressing:

Zanzibar’s cultural heritage is a tapestry woven with influences from Africa, Arabia, India, and Europe. When exploring Stone Town or visiting local villages, modest attire is respectful. Lightweight, breathable fabrics are ideal for the tropical climate, and it’s a good idea to carry a sarong or shawl for covering shoulders or entering religious sites. Comfortable sandals or shoes for walking, swimwear, a sun hat, and sunscreen are essential for beach days and island adventures.”

About South Africa

Welcome to South Africa, where every sunrise paints a new story on the canvas of vibrant culture and diverse landscapes. Motherland Adventures invites you to dance to the rhythm of Johannesburg’s bustling streets, where history whispers through the Apartheid Museum and Soweto’s iconic Vilakazi Street. Feel the heartbeat of the wild on a safari adventure in Kruger National Park, chasing the Big Five across breathtaking vistas. In Cape Town, sip on the spirit of the Winelands, stand in awe of the dramatic Cape Peninsula, and ascend Table Mountain for a view that speaks volumes. South Africa: a vibrant mosaic of experiences, where the rich culture beckons, ready to be embraced. From the warm beaches of Durban to the cool heights of the Drakensberg Mountains, South Africa offers diverse climates for every traveler, ensuring an adventure for all seasons.”

Weather Information:

South Africa’s climate varies from region to region. Johannesburg and Kruger National Park generally have a subtropical highland climate, with warm summers (October to April) and mild winters (May to September). Cape Town experiences a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers (November to March) and mild, wet winters (June to August). Durban has a subtropical climate, with hot, humid summers and mild, dry winters.

Cultural Diversity and Dressing:

South Africa’s cultural diversity is reflected in its people, languages, and traditions. In urban areas like Johannesburg and Cape Town, smart casual attire is appropriate for most occasions. For safaris in Kruger National Park, comfortable, neutral-colored clothing and sturdy walking shoes are recommended. Modest dress is appreciated when visiting cultural or religious sites. Embrace the vibrant colors and patterns of traditional African attire, such as the colorful fabrics of the Ndebele people or the iconic Zulu beadwork.

About Egypt

Embark on a timeless journey through Egypt’s sands with Motherland Adventures, where ancient wonders and modern marvels collide. Cairo, a city of tales, welcomes you with the enigmatic pyramids of Giza and the poignant Apartheid Museum. Explore Luxor’s archaeological treasure troves, from the grandeur of Karnak Temple to the whispers of the Valley of the Kings. Cruise the storied Nile, visiting temples that stand as monuments to time. Journey to Alexandria’s coastal charm, where the legendary Library and Pompey’s Pillar await.

Egypt: not just a destination, but a living, breathing tale of history and legends, inviting you to uncover its secrets. With a desert climate offering sunny days year-round, Egypt’s cultural diversity and warm hospitality make it a destination for every season.”

Weather Information:

Egypt has a desert climate, characterized by hot summers and mild winters. Cairo experiences hot summers (June to August) with temperatures often exceeding 40°C (104°F). Winters (December to February) are mild and pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 14°C to 20°C (57°F to 68°F). Luxor and Aswan have similar climates, with hotter temperatures in summer.

Cultural Diversity and Dressing:

Egypt’s culture is deeply rooted in its ancient history and Islamic traditions. When visiting religious sites or mosques, modest attire is respectful (long sleeves, long pants or skirts). For general sightseeing, lightweight, breathable clothing is recommended, along with a hat and sunglasses for protection from the sun. Comfortable walking shoes are essential, especially for exploring archaeological sites. Embrace the local culture by trying traditional Egyptian attire, such as the galabeya or kaftan, which are loose-fitting garments perfect for the warm climate

About Ghana

Step into the heart of Mother Africa with Motherland Adventures in Ghana, where each step is a beat in the rhythm of vibrant colors and warm smiles. Dive into the vibrant markets of Accra, where history meets modern hustle. Traverse the poignant halls of Cape Coast Castle, feeling the echoes of a powerful past. Discover the vibrant pulse of Kumasi’s Kejetia Market, where tradition meets modernity in a riot of sights and sounds.

Motherland Adventures invites you to immerse yourself in Ashanti culture, where kente weaving tells tales of ancient artistry. Feel the spirit of resilience in the lush greenery of Kakum National Park and relax on Cape Coast’s serene beaches. Ghana: a celebration of Africa’s spirit, where the rich culture embraces you with open arms. Ghana’s tropical climate offers warmth year-round, perfect for exploring its diverse landscapes and cultural heritage.”

Weather Information:

Ghana has a tropical climate with two main seasons: a wet season (April to October) and a dry season (November to March). During the wet season, expect heavy rainfall and humidity. Temperatures are fairly consistent year-round, ranging from 25°C to 32°C (77°F to 90°F). The dry Harmattan winds from the Sahara can bring cooler temperatures in December and January.

Cultural Diversity and Dressing:

Ghana’s culture is a colorful tapestry of traditions, languages, and customs. When visiting cultural sites or attending ceremonies, it’s respectful to dress modestly. Lightweight, breathable clothing is ideal for the tropical climate, along with comfortable walking shoes. Embrace Ghanaian fashion by trying traditional attire such as the beautiful kente cloth, worn for special occasions and celebrations. Women may also enjoy wearing the elegant and vibrant Ghanaian wax print fabrics, known as “Ankara” or “Ntoma.”

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