Africa’s rainbow nation, South Africa’s landscape is as diverse as her culture is rich. Explore the world famous Kruger National Park and surrounding game reserves, Ocean beaches and hauntingly beautiful coastlines rich with marine life. Experience world class wine estates and discover one of the world's most beautiful cities, Cape Town.
ZAMBIA: VICTORIA FALLS (Southern Africa)
Victoria Falls is a famed must-see on any visit to Southern Africa. A waterfall of truly epic proportions, also known as “the smoke that thunders” – to this day Victoria Falls remains one of the most spectacular natural seven wonders of the world.
Whatever time of year you see the Falls, there’s no doubt you will be awe-struck, but visit between February and June in particular and you’ll witness first-hand how the Zambezi River fills from the rains in Northern Zambia and Angola, causing an enormous and powerful volume of water to flow over the Falls.
Victoria Falls Town is an amazing place to base yourself while you explore the area, offering travelers an incredible experience. From the breath-taking falls to the historical buildings and local food it is a truly immersive and remarkable experience. Victoria Falls is an adventure lovers dream, during the dryer months take a dip in Devil’s Pool right on the edge of the falls – not for the faint-hearted – or enjoy the year-round opportunities for bungee jumping, helicopter flights and white-water rafting.
Mozambique’s tourism has focused around its pristine Indian Ocean islands and beaches. Slowly but surely, Gorongosa National Park is dragging itself out of the ashes of a 30 year civil war that ended in 1992 to reclaim its place as a incredible wildlife destination.
Namibia sits in a very dry place on our planet. Explore ancient sand dunes and wilderness areas home to animals uniquely adapted to living in dry environments.
This unique country is often best saved for your 2nd or 3rd visit to Africa.
Known as the Jewel of Africa, Uganda is home to the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls, The Nile River and tree climbing lions. The Bwindi impenetrable forest is a refuge to some of the world’s last remaining wild mountain gorillas.