Big skies - ocean -red desert. Fish River Canyon and Namib Naukluft. Etosha National Park with popular waterholes. In some places so dry that it is touching to see a small beetle crawling in the desert. A fascinating country with a low population density. No matter where you go, you are onSee More
Beautifully diverse. Kruger National Park – Cape Town – the Drakensberg Mountains – the Indian Ocean – the Karoo. Friendly people everywhere. Good roads perfect for a self-drive holiday. Beaches and mountains, cities and wildlife safaris in a lovely mix. Elegant and luxurious or more down to earth – the food and the wine will be nice whatever standard you choose.
Once upon a time there was a river that flowed into a desert and turned into a wetland: Okavango Delta of 17.000sq.km is a must for all lovers of nature and wildlife. The Kalahari further south is very different, fascinatingly dry and barren in places, however you will find there is life. Note that Victoria Falls is within reach of the north eastern part of Botswana, from Chobe you can go there by road.
Better than rumour has it and very beautiful. Parts of the country is suited for tourists, Victoria Falls has a lot to offer for both nature lovers and adrenalin junkies. The Falls is a mighty sight and is best seen from the Zimbabwean side. Hwange National Park has good Big 5 safaris; Mana Pools National Park in Lower Zambezi is a wilderness abundant with wildlife. Or would a houseboat holiday on Lake Kariba be tempting?See More
With two large National Parks – South Luangwa and Kafue - plus 18 other national parks, Zambia can rightfully lay claim to enormous areas of untouched wilderness that will give visitors superb wild life experiences. It is not always easy to get from one park to the other; however the challenge will be worth it.
A sweet reminder of bygones - a mecca for those seeking adventures and adrenalin kicks. The mighty Zambezi River is the mother of the falls, and it is also the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. Victoria Falls - double the size of Niagara Falls – is on UNESCOs’ World Heritage list, and it is a sheer delight for all senses. Bring an umbrella or buy a local raincoat. You can admire the falls from the Zambian and the Zimbabwean side where it is the most impressive. A bridge with a border post connects the two countries and you can walk across if you like.
Ocean- Sun- Sand. Dhow sailing, snorkelling and diving. Days of leisure in the beach environment of your dreams. Not totally inexpensive, however less costly alternatives do exist.See More
We do not have scheduled departures; all our holidays and tours are tailor-made and unique productions. Please send us an email if you want us to send you suggestions and price estimates. In the meantime have a look at the suggested programs for the various destinations.
Artogrtaphy - African Sun - Aha Hotels and Lodges - Azura Retreats - Blyde Adventure - Desert and Delta - Day Trippers - Governors Camps - Kambaku Safari Lodge - Legend Lodges - Morgan Bay Hotel - Nomad Tanzania - Norman Carr Safaris - Okonjima/AfriCat - Prana Lodge - Sense of Africa - Sanctuary Retreats - Shindzela Bush Camp - Tsogo Sun - Welcome Tourism Services - Wilderness Safaris - Wild Horizons