Botswana

If you crave the thrill of a luxurious adventure safari there is nowhere that compares to the wild plains of Botswana.

The Linyanti region, where you can watch as hundreds of buffalo run through the open fields is not to be missed. There’s the white shimmering salt pans…

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Namibia

A country that brings us back to our roots, Namibia has a huge diversity of culture and tradition, with people whose ancestors were some of the earliest humans to walk the earth.
Here you will embark on a journey like no other.

Namibia is the only country…

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Mozambique

The two items to pack before a trip to Mozambique would be sunscreen and a swimming costume. The country has the most picturesque, sandy beaches, covered in palm trees and filled with crystal clear, warm waters. Scuba diving, fishing and snorkeling are daily activities at any of the beachside accommodations….

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South Africa

South Africa is a country of contrasts. The high energy bustle and lights of Cape Town’s city centre is forever watched over by Table Mountain. One of the seven Natural Wonders of the World, it is a sight to behold. Even though it lies so far south, it can be…

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Swaziland

Lush green hills drop off into wide river valleys. Mountain ranges stretch across the land as far as the eye can see. Accommodation in Swaziland has a real African feel. It’s not modern, overbearing hotel suites you’ll find here, but quaint riverside cottages and tucked away lodges. Mkhaya Game Reserve…

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Zambia

Zambia’s has only recently been recognised as a luxury tourist destination. With thrill seeking attractions whether you’re on the ground, in the water or bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls bridge.

It hasn’t yet reached the point where it’s flooding with tourists. Visiting this divine country means an…

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Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is full of unique and unexplored wonders. A walk outside will lead you to picturesque places where few others have been, while a paddle down the Zambezi River will leave you in the real depths of the wild.

“Smoke that thunders”, that’s what the locals call it….

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