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AFRICA Victoria Falls


MOKORING THE DELTA, BOTSWANA The Okavango Delta is the world’s most famous and largest inland delta and must be explored by a traditional mokoro (dug out canoe), allowing for closer encounters.


SKELETON COAST CAMP, NAMIBIA Built on an island in the middle of the dry Khumib riverbed this extraordinary remote camp lies in one of the most pristine areas of natural beauty in Africa.


STAYING IN A TENTED CAMP Southern Africa has some of the most idyllic and luxurious tented camps and experiencing them will ensure a truly authentic African adventure.


Sossuvlei, Namibia


SOSSUSVLEI, NAMIBIA Witnessing sunrise over the towering sand dunes of Sossusvlei is a Namibian memory that will remain with you forever more.


VICTORIA FALLS, ZAMBIA Simply one of the world’s most stunning and powerful natural wonders. The daring might want to take a microlite flight over the falls.


WALKING SAFARIS IN ZAMBIA Approaching big game on foot is exhilarating, very rewarding and a wonderfully unique experience.


PARADISE OF MOZAMBIQUE After a safari, relax on a secluded island retreat off Mozambique’s coast with the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean.


SELF-DRIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA & NAMIBIA An excellent way of exploring some of southern Africa’s most scenically impressive landscapes, a self-drive holiday in South Africa and Namibia offers a convenient way to enjoy this fascinating region at your own pace. An impressive network of graded and asphalted roads throughout both countries offers visitors the security of safe and trouble free driving, whilst the added advantage of car drops at your hotel makes car hire a convenient and stress free process.


BEST TIME TO TRAVEL South Africa is an all year round destination with a pleasant climate throughout the year. The Garden route can be ventured year round but to witness the marvel of the whale migration ensure you’re there between June and October. In Botswana, summer (November to March) brings rain and high temperatures, whilst the winter (May to August) heralds the dry season and warm days. The best time to visit Zambia is between July and October, although the cooler months of May to August are also suitable. Victoria Falls are at their peak during February and April. Namibia is best from May to October; the summer (December to March) can be very hot. For the beaches of Mozambique and Mauritius, May and November are best when rainfall and temperatures are at their lowest.


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