Botswana is one of our favourite destinations as we lived there for nearly 15 years.
It is one of the best places for concentrated game viewing far away from the crowds and is renowned for its exclusive lodges.
In recent years many fantastic mid-priced options have emerged.
Malawi is known as the ‘warm heart of Africa’ because of its incredibly friendly people.
It is less known than other safari destinations. Most famous for Lake Malawi, the countries parks have been the focus of conservations efforts of the African Parks Organisation and several now offer great game viewing opportunities.
Namibia has the most amazing and dramatic scenery in the region– it’s just breathtaking!
It offers vast contrasts, from coastal towns to awe-inspiring sand dunes, the eery and remote Skeleton coast, the rocky scenery of Damaraland and the Himba tribes found in the Kaokaveld region. Not to forget the Fish River Canyon, the second largest in the world!
Zambia is a fantastic safari destination and fast becoming one of our favourites.
It can provide a safari of a lifetime. The variety of scenery is fantastic and game viewing is impressive and very affordable. Laura ranks the bat migration in Kasanka Park as one of her greatest safari experiences.
Zimbabwe is our home, so we think it is the best safari country, but you too will fall in love once you visit. People return again and again!
There is a variety of scenery, game viewing, history and culture with friendly, welcoming and enthusiastic people. It is a great country to explore on a self-drive or guided tour.
A typical day on safari starts early and ends late. You may be ready for a change of pace after a week or two on safari…
Beach resorts enjoy golden sand, snorkelling, and a slower pace of life. Cape Town’s weather, diversity of activities, and great restaurants provide for a relaxing finale to a trip.