Endeavour believes in Responsible and Inclusive Tourism, and for this reason whether you have a disability or not, we welcome you to experience your African holiday with us.

Endeavour was founded upon the ethics of making the seemingly impossible, possible for our guests and friends with Disabilities. We are a company that strives to make your dream possible, and to date have never refused any person with a disability from enjoying our adventure together.

We are about access, no matter the difficulties or barriers, we will find a way around this and ensure the opportunities are there for you to decide the level of adventure you prefer. 

Please note that at various times, depending on which country and which place you are travelling, complete independence might be difficult to accomplish. There is such a varied field within disability together with the fact that much of the accommodation has not been designed from the start with disability in mind, that an adventurous open-minded person will always enjoy the experience the most.

Whether you are completely independent, travelling on your own, or with friends and families, or groups or associations, write to us and enquire about what we have available, or what you would like to achieve.




To all our future guests with Disabilities, our company Endeavour has been actively involved in advising and assisting accommodation owners about the needs and expectations of our guests. This being said, changes have occurred in many locations, and as the awareness grows, more changes are to come,
especially with new builds where the accessability factor can be implemented from the start.

The most important factor for us is that you arrive with a positive attitude that is ready to overcome the challenges that present themselves and that you focus on the beauty and wild experience our destinations offer you. We will always try our best to make your trip into an incredible experience, but remember it is
not always perfect.

Even with all the pre-cautionary steps taken, there is often something unintentionally overlooked.