The Real Africa - vast areas of remote beauty, a safari destination with animals in their natural habitat, adrenalin activities from bungee jumping to walking with lions. Memories waiting to be made!
For a slice of West Africa in all its raw and vibrant glory Nigeria mixes culture, tradition and striking landscapes like the iconic Zuma Rock and Mambilla Plateau.
While in Tanzania go snorkelling or scuba dive off the coasts of mainland Tanzania and the islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia; climb the highest peak in...more »
As the ancient sands of the Namib Desert are shifted by the whistling winds, the landscape undulates and moves along. Herds of antelope kick up dust as they roam the plains to the north for grazing and water.
With a population of over 10 million people, Johannesburg is spread over a vast area, making it one of the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the world.
Comprising of 54 countries, and covering over 30.2 million square kilometres, whether you’re a sun worshiper, animal lover, culture vulture or just in it for the scenery Africa offers up sun soaked coastlines, open savannah and ancient history not to be sniffed at.
Be it seeking out the sunrise over the Serengeti, swimming with loggerheads in Cape Verde or exploring Giza’s ancient pyramids, Africa is a continent not to be faulted on its diversity and depth.
Camel treks in the Sahara, rainforest trips in Madagascar, safari drives in Kenya, mountain adventures on Kilimanjaro or big city living in Cape Town make each visit here distinct.
Add to the mix the mighty Nile, world class Red Sea diving, picture postcard Mauritian island escapes, Zimbabwe’s ‘Big 5’, and the African people themselves and you really have a lot to uncover.
While travel in Africa isn’t always easy, and in certain places you will need to keep your wits about you, some might argue however, the biggest fear is that Africa will get a hold of you and change your life… for the better.
"If God had really intended men to fly, he'd make it easier to get to the airport" - George Winters