This is what we love!


Frontier territory: Wild and remote landscape.

Conservation: Low-impact camps.

Contrasting ecosystems: The lushness of the Delta on one hand, and the arid desert landscape of the Kalahari on the other. Along with the incredible differentials in scenery, comes the distinctive animals which are adapted to their specific environments.

Fence-free: Game traverses freely over vast tracts of land, allowing species to follow their inherent, ancient migration routes.

Authentic & genuine Bushmen experience: Meet the “real” people who have lived in the region since before time itself. Get a glimpse of their simple, down-to-earth customs, traditions and ways adapted to life today.

Rock art: Historical, archaeological and culturally significant Bushman Rock Art sites.

Unusual activities: Mokoro (dugout canoes).

Mobile safaris: Botswana is home of the mobile safari: sleep-outs in tents, open-fire cook-outs, starry-night dining and close-encounters with animals.

The elephants!: World’s largest population of elephants.

    South Africa

    It’s easy to get around: The comprehensive infrastructure allows for road transfers, self-driving and flying. This means you can experience so much more of the country.This is road-tripping heaven and a great self-drive destination!

    Superb food & wine: Traditional local flavours from our melting pot of cultures, world-class gourmet cuisine and superb home-grown wines.

    Human interaction: Warm, welcoming smiles and locals eager to interact provide travellers with an in-depth understanding of the places they visit.

    The History: Our fascinating history is revealed in some off-beat ways. We have the old monuments and tourist hotspots, but we also like to mix it up telling stories over Urban or Rock Art, or getting the “real deal” directly from those who lived the experiences. Our history is a mix of colonial, cultural and political – just to keep things interesting.

    Game viewing: We boast a number of the world’s top game reserves and extensive tracts of land, home to unique animals, birds, plant and insects. Each protected biosphere may be home to creatures not seen elsewhere, and endangered species unique to the region. Desert-adapted species inhabit the drier central parts of the country and massive whales, dolphins, seals and penguins wallow just off shore, or sun themselves on sandy-beaches. Plains game dot the grasslands, and larger mammals move between wooded areas and open spaces.

    Very child-friendly: There is so much for the little ones to do. Wide-open spaces, enjoyable activities, and a climate conducive to being outdoors ensures great fun and excellent family bonding time.

    Perfect for repeat visits: Each time you come to SA, you discover something new and unique which you might not have experienced on your previous visit: new breath-taking landscapes, a completely different game experience and authentic local interaction.

    Cosmopolitan cities: We are proud of our hip and happening vibe.


      Island appeal: Mozambique has a charmingly laid-back island vibe. It’s not a resort as such, it’s more a destination to soak up the sun, sea and pristine beauty of the region. Take full advantage of the chance to relax, or make the most of the fun activities by exploring and discovering this fascinating place.

      Pristine coastline: This is Africa’s longest stretch of Indian Ocean coastline, with 2600 kms of sandy beaches.

      Local interaction: Mozambique boasts vibrant local bars and markets – it’s full of life, bright and colourful.

      Ilha de Mozambique: UNESCO World Heritage Site

      Dive sites: Unspoilt coral reefs, abundant marine animals, marine sanctuaries and warm waters make this a top diving destination.

      Marine creatures: Dugongs and whale sharks.

      Arabian, East African influence & history: Traditional dhow sailing boats, architecture and décor has a strong Arabian flavour. History includes Portuguese, colonial history and dates back to the Arabian slave traders.

      Easy add-on: Mozambique combines well with South Africa for those wanting to add-on a Safari to their itinerary.


        Diversity of scenery: All within relative close proximity. Visitors don’t have massive distances to traverse to move from one unique setting to the next: Victoria Falls, Lake Kariba, Hwange, Mana Pools.

        Exceptional guiding: Expert guiding ensures visitors can experience a safari and tours which provide an in-depth discovery and understanding. This means so much more than just seeing what’s on the surface.

        The people: Zimbabweans have an appealing genuiness and natural warmth.

        Colonial and cultural history: Fascinating ruins of archaeological significance.

        Astounding mountain beauty: The mountainous Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe is a breath-taking territory of stunning views, alpine forests, trout rivers, waterfalls and lush floral fields.

        Activity driven: Zimbabwe offers much in the way of activities: cruises, cycling, community visits, adventure & high-adrenalin. The town of Victoria Falls is renowned as an adrenalin activity destination offering bungy jumping, white water rafting, zip-lining and kayaking.

        Off the beaten track: For those looking for something a little less commercial, destinations such as Chilo and Mana Pools are ideal.


          The home of the walking safari: Zambia is renowned for offering unforgettable experiences due to superb guiding and the remote, pristine setting.

          Something unexplored: Offering ‘alternative experiences’, Zambia is ideal for people interested in exploring lesser known parks such as Kasanka (famed for its bats), Kafue and Liuwa.

          Low-impact tourism: Careful, sustainable eco-tourism and environmentally friendly camps – some built specifically for the tourism season.

          Activities: Game drives, walking safaris, canoeing and fishing.

          Leopards galore: South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi are known to offer excellent leopard sightings.