Mozambique

Maputo, the nation’s capital and a former Portuguese colony, is one of Africa’s flourishing and fast-growing cities. Its historic architecture and vibrant, colourful street stalls offer an interesting place to visit en route to the nation’s untamed bush wilderness and paradise islands. Mozambique’s Bazaruto archipelago, made up of five small islands – Bazaruto, Benguerra, Magaruque,…

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Discover New Caledonia

The tropical climate is just right to enjoy the white sand beaches. Generally, the archipelago has a sunny and moderate climate. It is best to visit New Caledonia from September to November when it is warm and sunny with temperatures from 26-30°C. Temperatures begin to rise and these are the least rainy months of the year….

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Loyalty Islands

Just 45 minutes by plane from Nouméa, the six islands that make up the Loyalty group all share a striking natural beauty with their slices of immaculate shores, unpredictable sinkholes, deep rock pools and sheer volcanic cliffs See the amazing Blue Hole of Hanawa, hike along the beautiful Grey Lekiny Cliffs, witness sharks and rays…

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Myanmar

It was with both trepidation and excitement that the plane dropped through the haze and we saw our first glimpse of Myanmar beneath us. With our prior understandings of Myanmar’s hardships and governmental problems, we were eager to make up our own minds about this obscure nation, relatively untouched by the boom of modern tourism….

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Kenya

There are a million reasons to visit Kenya as it is a country whose raw beauty radiates from every inch, and camera angle! Synonymous with stunning landscapes and the safari experience, Kenya’s sweeping plains, mountains and deserts, colourful tribal culture, beaches and coral reefs bewitch all who visit her. When one longs for the remarkable,…

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Morocco

Morocco is a true feast for the senses with bustling and colourful Medinas, Souks and Kasbahs, hospitable locals, stunning Moorish architecture and cuisine that is as rich and varied as its culture. The vibrant port of Tangier is a cosmopolitan city that exudes a nonconformist, almost bohemian, style. Steeped in an ancient history, beautiful vistas…

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Tanzania

Tanzania is the authentic Africa, a destination of impressive natural, cultural and historical wealth. It is a land of great marvels – Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Kilimanjaro, and Zanzibar – boasting Africa’s highest mountain, deepest lake, and largest inland body of water, largest game reserve, most famous national park and most abundant movement of wildlife. Its snow-capped…

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Zambia and Zimbabwe

Zambia invites its visitors to mix things up a bit so that they leave with a true sense of all the country has to offer – and it offers something for everyone. Relaxing river cruises, elephant-back safaris, guided canoeing safaris, game viewing, bird watching, bungee jumping, white water rafting, micro-lighting, helicopter rides, abseiling, and walking…

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Namibia

Namibia is a place of dramatic beauty and is a photographer’s dream. Colonial cities and charming seaside towns provide vivid contrast to the country’s harsh geography of rugged mountains, soaring red sand dunes, rocky coastlines, lunar landscapes and wildlife reserves. It is a visually fascinating country where some places have to be seen to be…

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Botswana

Botswana is the pride of Africa. It is a shining example of an African success story with economic prosperity, democratic peace and stability, diamond-bearing formations, effective eco-tourism and a dedication and commitment to the preservation of its natural resources. The diverse cultures of its people, landscape and wildlife make it a unique and wonderful place;…

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