Egypt

Egypt is a country rich in history, wisdom and ancient wonders bursting, with Pharaonic, Islamic, Coptic and Ottoman cultural icons such as mummies, hieroglyphs, and Pyramids, ancient mosques, churches, souks, palaces and minarets. But it is also home to densely-populated modern cities, world-class diving destinations and luxurious resorts. Cairo, Africa’s largest city, is a vibrant…

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Take a Walk On The Wild Side

Introducing Ruth! Ruth brings with her 20 years in the travel industry and we are delighted to have her in our team. From her personal experience Ruth knows how to put together the perfect family holiday. Be inspired as she recounts her latest adventure with her son, and see how travel can be an educational experience…

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia, long ago known as the cradle of humanity, is a country rich in ancient history, adventure and epic landscapes. It is the only African country that has never been colonised and is unlike anywhere else in Africa: it has its own calendar, script, and the oldest national Christian church in the world, the Ethiopian…

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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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Victoria Falls, Stimelo Star Train & Hwange National Park

I began my trip in Victoria Falls, what a nice welcome the new airport was! Compared to my last visit the airport is much quicker to get through – no waiting for hours for my visa stamp. Before I knew it I was enjoying a welcome drink overlooking the most stunning gorge at Imvelo’s Little…

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Savanna Private Game Reserve

An exclusive 5 star lodge, Savanna is situated in the internationally famous Sabi Sand Reserve within the greater Kruger National Park conservancy. Savanna lies in an area where ‘Big 5’ sightings are so frequent, it is not unusual to see lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino in a single game drive. Specially designed game viewing…

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Cycling Soweto

The best way to experience South Africa‘s largest and most famous collection of townships is to get out of the car and onto a bicycle! There’s nothing quite like being in the picture instead of just looking at it. This popular, eco-friendly and exciting tour takes you out with expert guides for a half day…

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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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A Snack On The Side Of The Road

Absolutely famished and weary of the road, this wayside stop was a godsend. The dish was called ‘Ibihaza’ and consisted of rice, squares of pumpkin mixed with beans and plantain all served on a banana leaf. Although filling and delicious, I was looking forward to returning to Kigali, where a good mix of Indian, Chinese…

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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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