South Africa offers a rich, diverse and eclectic melting pot of cultures and traditions. Experience first-hand this quaint, yet cosmopolitan journey’s end renowned for its bustling cities, charming hamlets, flawless coastline, indigenous forests, lush winelands and outrageous adventures. Witness the effortless grace and unparralelled beauty of this (beach or bush) safari superpower.
The exotic appeal of Mozambique with its eclectic cultures, famed cuisine, white-sand beaches and world-class diving spots cannot be easily rivalled. A tropical paradise beckons with its breathtaking coastline and swaying palms, its traditions, its cultures, its vibe and its opportunities for adventure.
This exotic country is the ideal holiday destination, with activities such as snorkelling, sunset cruises, horse-riding, dolphin tours and scuba diving all set to keep even the most hyper holidaymaker occupied.
The mighty Zambezi River connects Zimbabwe and Zambia, culminating spectacularly at Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. A genuine bucket-list destination, Victoria Falls remains one of Africa’s most famous landmarks. The magnificent spectacle of African Wildlife is a key factor in Zimbabwe’s tourism allure.
Behold a herd of elephants moving with a ponderous grace to a waterhole; a lion moving stealthily in pursuit of its quarry, herds of skittish wildebeest or the see-saw gallop of giraffe.
Blessed with awe-inspiring natural wonders, an abundance of wildlife, huge water bodies and vast open spaces, Zambia offers unforgettable holidays exploring the real Africa. Spectacular waterways provide adrenaline-thrills or a leisurely playground of activities for all ages. The rewards of traveling in Zambia are those of exploring remote, mesmerising wilderness as full of an astonishing diversity of wildlife as any part of Southern Africa.
Namibia is often referred to as “Africa for beginners”, and if this be true, what an awe-inspiring place to start. Few countries in Africa can match Namibia's sheer, natural beauty.
From the evocative, natural-born perfection of a Namib Desert sand dune, through the palpable sense of the desolate Skeleton Coast, to Windhoek with its complicated, yet inspiring story of colonial settlement.
The mountainous kingdoms of Lesotho and Swaziland boast a unique, rustic charm. In contrast Botswana represents the life-giving waters of the mysteriously mesmorising Okavango Delta and the wildlife-rich Chobe National Park. This is a place where wild creatures roam and rule and a world of wilderness, wildlife and wild places survives intact.