"For intrepid travelers there is no request too challenging for Will Jones"
Lucia Van der post, Quintessentially
“The great thing about Will Jones, who is the spirit and founder of Journeys By Design, is that he has walked almost every inch of the corner of Africa that he specialises in. He has lived in Africa for 25 years, running camps in the most remote and wild spots known to man. There is not a camp or a lodge in his portfolio that he doesn’t know intimately.”
“Best safari in the World”
"Top Ten Super Agents"
Travel + Leisure
Best Adventure-Travel Outfitters
I wouldn't even think of going to Africa without first consulting Journeys By Design which has arranged the most luxurious and authentic and rewarding adventure traveling I personally have ever done. They provide explorations as exciting as any 19th century but with the ease style and amenities of the 21st at its best.
A Tribal Quest; To travel the Ethiopian River Omo is to marvel at the diversity of traditional African Life. Don McCullin, photographer. Travelled to Ethiopia with Journeys by Design
The Sunday Times
Travelling with Journeys by Design is an experience - with their understanding of the importance and pleasures of planning, their efficiency and charm, and most of all their inspiring knowledge and deep love for the places and people of East Africa.
The Financial Times
….a passion for the more remote parts where others aren’t quite prepared to do due diligence.
Conde Nast Traveller
…”I was here in search of the ultimate safari – a circuit for the cognoscenti.”…
AA Gill – Sunday Times ‘Critic of the Year’
‘Journeys by Design show you the outré and the exotic with a style and adventure that most of you thought had disappeared with the Empire’
‘I think you were put on this Earth to give me wanderlust’
Catherine Fairweather, Harpers Bazaar, Travel Editor
“Journeys by Design convinced me that if anyone could organize a journey covering over 3,000 km of varying terrain – mountain, lakeland, savannah and desert – on foot, by aircraft, helicopter and land-crusier, on mule and camel – they could.”