About Us

All Africa Tours is run by Scott and Julie Womack based in beautiful Cape Town, South Africa.

Scott and Julie Womack

Scott Womack

scott-womackScott Womack is a qualified high school History and Geography teacher. He worked for 24 years in the IT industry before committing full time to All Africa Tours and Tourist Guide Institute, a Cathsseta registered company that trains tourist guides in Cape Town.

He also has had involvement with pastoral and mission work in Africa. Scott is a registered South African tour guide. Scott has also done a Wilderness Safari Guide course and led many trips down the Orange River. He has travelled extensively, covering Europe and Southern Africa for work and personal interests.

Scott is passionate about: people, history and culture, African wildlife, photography, missions and helping people in need.

Julie Womack

Julie Womack is a qualified primary school teacher with 29 years experience especially with Grade 7’s (13 year olds). She has organised many school outings in and around Cape Town, and camps / tours: West Coast National Park, Kruger Park, Blyde River and Mpumalanga, Oudtshoorn, Knysna, Wilderness, Tsitsikamma and Addo Elephant National Park in Nelson Mandela Bay (Port Elizabeth). Julie also manages Tourist Guide Institute, a Cathsseta registered company that trains tourist guides.

Julie is passionate about: family, children, education, lifelong learning, the environment, conservation, African wildlife and motivating others to believe in themselves.

Our Experience

scott-and-julie-womackScott and Julie have camped throughout Southern, Central and East Africa: Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Zanzibar. They have also travelled extensively through Europe: England, Scotland, Wales, France, Italy, Croatia, Greece and Turkey.

Scott and Julie have introduced friends and others to the bush experience and overseas travel by making arrangements, leading and guiding the adventures.

The Womacks live in Cape Town, South Africa. Between them, they have 5 children and have managed to make travel and adventure possible for themselves, family and friends.

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Our commitment to ‘Responsible Tourism’

Economic Impact

All Africa Tours endeavours to encourage tourists to buy the local products of the country visited, thus helping local communities with sustainability, employment and creativity. All Africa Tours also aims to use accommodation owned and/or managed by local inhabitants whenever possible. All Africa Tours uses local guides with specialist skills, knowledge with the perspective of the area visited thus providing employment and upliftment for the local community.

Social Impact

All Africa Tours endeavours to include personal interaction with local communities in their itineraries so that tourists can learn about local cultures and traditions. All Africa Tours offers encouragement, support and education to local guides and/or communities that they encounter so as to motivate, empower and raise further awareness of conservation of all natural environments. All Africa Tours encourages tourists to respect  local communities and to aim to learn from them, their culture and way of life.

Environmental Impact

All Africa Tours aims to uphold the ethos of conservation, preservation,  and respect for the natural and built environments. All Africa Tours will endeavour to reduce the carbon footprint of each tourist by encouraging recycling, using eco friendly products, using renewable energy whenever possible and education on water conservation and waste management. All Africa Tours plans to include awareness, appreciation and experience of the natural environment in all their tours.

Cathsseta Accredited

All Africa Tours is Cathsseta accredited.

cathsseta_logo_400Cathsseta provides national skills standards training assistance to hospitality, tourism and related industries in South Africa.

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Latest Blog Post

Americans travelling to Africa

From exploring the souks of Morocco to encountering an incredible array of wildlife on safari in Namibia or enjoying the white sand and turquoise waters of the Seychelles, Africa has something for everyone. Luckily, USA passport holders can travel to many African nations either without a visa, or in some cases can simply purchase a visa on arrival. However, the visa rules vary from country to country and can be complex.

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Latest Review

On behalf of Itekeleng Primary School; School Management Team; SGB; Staff; Parents and Learners; First, we thank you for all your excellent organization throughout the tour. It was so smooth from day one to the last.

- Itekeleng Primary from Kuruman to Cape Town

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