South Africa is one of the most diverse and captivating nations on the planet.
Intriguing blends of locations, individuals, history and culture offer the traveler an exceptional and motivating experience.
The Mother City
The City of Gold
The Friendly City
Kenya is still the primary focus of all adventure travel in Africa. It is one of the finest – and undoubtedly the most famous – safari destinations in the world. Safari, however, is by no means the only reason to visit Kenya, for the attractions of its rich culture and diverse environments are considerable.
Mountainous and densely forested in the northeast, where Mount Kilimanjaro is located. Three of Africa’s Great Lakes are partly within Tanzania. To the north and west lie Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake, and Lake Tanganyika, the continent’s deepest lake, known for its unique species of fish.
A landlocked country, Zambia is situated on a high plateau in south-central Africa and takes its name from the Zambezi River, which drains all but a small Northern part of the country.
Rich in natural resources, is biologically and culturally diverse, and has a tropical climate. Its extensive coastline, fronting the Mozambique Channel, which separates mainland Africa from the island of Madagascar, offers some of Africa’s best natural harbours.
Zimbabwe is a beautiful African country, rich in resources and hardworking people. Despite political turmoil, it is a rewarding travel destination. Much of Zimbabwe’s tourism industry revolves around its incredible natural beauty. It is a country of superlatives, thanks to Victoria Falls (the largest waterfall in the world)
Off the southeast coast of Africa, Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world. Having developed in isolation, the island nation is famed for its unique wildlife. Traditionally, the Malagasy economy has been based on the cultivation of paddy rice, coffee, vanilla and cloves