Namibia takes you further off the grid than you ever thought possible. It's a country of astonishing contrasts from the expanse of the Namib Desert, the vast Etosha salt pan with magnificent wildlife, the eerily beautiful Skeleton Coast, the towering sand dunes of Sossuvlei, all the exciting activities in Swakopmund and cultural visits to the Himba tribe in Damaraland; a photographer's paradise.
Travel to seemingly inhabitable places and discover that life does more than just survive, it thrives.
A beautiful landlocked country, Zimbabwe is a haven for intrepid travelers and adventurers alike. Experience the magic of Victoria Falls ''The Smoke that Thunders'', one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, or visit the gems of Lake Kariba, Hwange National Park, Matopos, Gonarezhou National Park and Mana Pools National Park.
A journey here will show you dramatic landscapes, an incredibly rich culture, and exceptional game viewing experiences that include the Big Five. We recommend combining Zimbabwe with Botswana on a luxury houseboat cruise along the Chobe River, or a safari in the Okavango Delta.
As one of Africa’s best-kept secrets, Zambia offers an authentic taste of ''true'' safaris in areas like South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi and Kafue. This is the country that started walking safaris back in the 50s – certainly still the purest and most thrilling way to see wildlife.
There is also great tiger and fly-fishing opportunities, as well as canoeing safaris, adrenaline-pumping white-water rafting and swimming to the edge of the Victoria Falls ''Devils Pool''. Expect herds of elephant and buffalo roaming the vast plains, along with lions, leopards, and cheetahs.
Zambia promises an uncrowded and unpretentious safari adventure.
Malawi is known as the ''warm heart of Africa''; one of the smallest and most scenic African countries.
The famous Lake Malawi is the world’s ninth largest freshwater lake offering excellent snorkeling, sailing, kayaking and diving; the perfect beach holiday. It is an amazing country to visit if you are wanting to get a feel of African life, culture, scenery and wildlife.
Keep in mind though that this is not a prime wildlife destination but that doesn't mean it should be missed, we'd suggest combining it with Zambia's South Luangwe National Park to get a bush and beach experience.
Small and untouched, Uganda is an ideal safari location and the source of the White Nile. It's also one of the last protected refuges of the increasingly rare mountain gorilla. Trek with an experience guide through Kibale Forest National Park to see its 13 species of primate.
Visit Queen Elizabeth National Park and see the Big Five, including the tree-climbing lion. Boat trips along the Ishasha River promise water-dwelling birdlife, hippo pods and elephant herds lining the banks. Or enjoy heart-pounding white-water rafting, bungee jumping and fishing on the Nile.
Uganda's lodges are intimate and mostly owner-run, yet the quality of accommodation arranged is first rate.
Ethiopia is one of the most fascinating lands in the world, with a rich and varied history spanning long before Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire ever existed. It's a place of dramatic natural beauty, of mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers, and the magnificent Blue Nile falls. Climb over 3000 meters on the world-famous Simien Mountains or explore Africa’s lowest areas on the Danakil Depression.
In between, behold a scenery whose beauty knows no bounds – sweeping savannas, tempting lakes, lush highlands, alluring deserts, and plateaus. Ethiopia has a wealth of history being the only African country to have escaped European colonialism, preserving most of its cultural identity.
The Congo Basin expands across The Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic.
Second in size to the mighty Amazon, the forests of the Congo Basin contain the greatest number of mammals, primates, birds, amphibians, fish and swallowtail butterflies in Africa. Two iconic locations are located in this rainforest basin; Odzala-Kokoua and Dzanga-Sangha National Parks.
If you are an adventurer at heart and want to explore Africa in a truly pioneering way, while contributing to community and conservation - this is a destination to add to your bucket list.
The landscapes in Morocco are magnificent featuring distinction between sea and mountain. The climate is Mediterranean with warm dry summers and cool, mild winters.
With its mix of diverse, captivating panoramas and a rich kaleidoscope of culture, Morocco is an unbeatable destination, attracting culture lovers, backpackers, adventure travelers, couples, families and foodies.
This destination offers amazing adventures from trekking in the Atlas Mountains, camel riding in the Sahara, exploring the ancient and mysterious Arabic culture, spending a few nights in the gorgeous Dades Valley, and much more.
Awesome ancient wonders, endless golden sands and atmospheric local souqs make Egypt the ultimate travel destination.
The bustling bazaars; the imposing glory of the Pyramids of Giza and the world’s most famous lion with a human head (the iconic Sphinx). Only in Egypt can you sail into the sunset on a felucca cruise along the Nile, jump on the back of a camel and ride into Luxor’s Valley of the Kings, then float facing towards the sky in the glittering expanse of the Red Sea.