Where do you start on a first visit to Africa, such an immense and diverse continent? You have many good choices, but out of them all, Southern Africa is the best place to begin your discovery. To start, South Africa has it all; magnificent wildlife, breathtaking beaches, awe-inspiring mountains, delicious food, award winning wines and
What we love about this experience is that it offers families the opportunity to reconnect to nature and also to each other. The excitement of exploring the bush and spotting animals mean that screens are soon forgotten and there are plenty of opportunities to bond as a family. Children of all ages enjoy encountering animals
Witnessing the Great Migration is a bucket list item for many. The word Serengeti, or Maasai Mara, evokes images from documentaries showing great herds of wildebeest stampeding across plains and crossing rivers, avoiding the enormous crocodiles that lie in wait. While it’s the drama of the Great Migration that attracts most visitors, there are plenty
The Okavango Delta is an awe-inspiring destination for a first time safari or for the safari veteran. The Delta can be an expensive destination to visit due to its remote location. The number of camps is limited by regulations, allowing fewer guests to enter this pristine wilderness area, for lower impact. These restrictions make any
Southern Africa is the ideal destination for a honeymoon or romantic holiday. Being in some of the continent’s most remote places will allow you to disconnect from life’s daily routine and fall into the natural rhythm of the life in the bush. A safari combined with the beautiful and vibrant city of Cape Town, or
Namibia is not usually the first country people plan to visit on a trip to Africa, but it is certainly one of the most beautiful countries in the region and has a lot to offer the adventurous traveler. The country gets its name from the stark, and hauntingly beautiful Namib desert, an essential stop on
If you want to relax like you’ve never relaxed before, this collection of beach island escapes is just for you. Choose Mozambique’s remote Bazaruto Archipelago for turquoise blue waters, relatively untouched beaches and beautiful sealife. Swim among whale sharks and manta rays here. Choose Mauritius for equally beautiful beaches and a well organised tourism infrastructure.
Rwanda is home to the impressive Mountain Gorilla. While Mountain Gorillas are clearly the main attraction, Rwanda itself is a fascinating place to visit. It is one of the cleanest and safest countries in the world and one of the friendliest too. The country has a horrific backstory of genocide, but has become a beacon