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Africa Travel is a specialist luxury tour operator which hand-crafts the most authentic holiday itineraries and exclusive travel experiences throughout Africa. With over thirty years know-how and the best connections in the industry, we have a passion for Africa and are always bang up-to-date on its latest offerings.

Africa is a collection of some of the most amazing countries and cultures on earth. We know Africa, we love Africa, and we want to share it with you.

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Introducing Sao Tome & Principe Wednesday 24th December 2014

Our new Africa Travel brochure features a new and exciting country; São Tomé & Principe. This quaint Portuguese speaking community is the second smallest nation in Africa making it a place of understated charm and beauty. Over the past few years São Tomé & Princip...

South Africa is one of the most widely recognised and established new world wine regions, and the UK is the country’s biggest export market. Explaining all of the wine regions of South Africa would take an essay, considering there are at least 24 recognised Wine of Origin production areas, so ...

Cultural Spotlight: The Himba of Namibia Friday 5th December 2014

Namibia’s Himba have long fascinated visitors with their tribal appearance and odd customs. They can be recognised at best as the ‘red’ people – with their naked upper bodies tinted with a mix of animal fat and ochre powder. One of the last remaining tribes who still practice...

Handpicked: Ten Places to Stay in Africa Friday 5th December 2014

Enasoit - Laikipia, KenyaAn exclusive use camp, Enasoit is the perfect place to stay with your family, or with a group of friends. Take comfort in the fact that you won’t come across any other people on game drives, and that the staff will greet you by name from the moment you arrive. Helicopt...

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Country & Townhouse: Call of the Wild Wednesday 24th December 2014

Lydia Gard from Country & Townhouse escapes to Zimbabwe and discusses  the romance and pure beauty of this miss-judged country, and right from the true heart of it all.

From Zimbabwe With Love Wednesday 10th December 2014

Matthew Parris revisits the land of his childhood, and is pleasantly surprised at what he found.Read the full article.

North By North Best Thursday 4th December 2014

Maria Shollenbarger visits the ever improving North Island, honeymoon destination of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, discusses its extensive conservation efforts and its inherent charm.Read the full article.

Cape View Clifton has undoubtedly one of the best views of any hotel in the world, something the Travel Guide celebrates in this feature. The ultimate in boutique luxury, Cape View Clifton is a modern classic.Read the full article.

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Special offers

This luxury holiday will take you on an adventure and will showcase why we love Namibia so much. From the wild coastline to the dramatic landscapes of Damaraland to the awe-inspiring dunes of Sossusvlei, then topped off with a splash of wildlife at Etosha. This is ...

Babylonstoren has a fantastic special for 2015, stay for four nights and only pay for three!Available from the 1st May 2015 till September 2015, excluding the high season. Book now to avoid disappointment!

Stay three nights at Fugitives Drift from just £250.Price includes: 3 night’s accommodation at the award-winning lodge All meals 2 Battlefield Tours: Isandlwana and Rorke’s DriftVaild for travel between 15th April and 31st August 2015

This itinerary combines the best parts of the Garden Route with some of the best properties we have on offer. The self-drive element means you will get to see this are of South Africa at your leisure, knowing you will arrive at luxurious accommodation at the end of a day of driving. 

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Latest news
Zimbabwe and Zambia to Launch KAZA Univisa Tuesday 25th November 2014

Zimbabwe and Zambia are launching the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA) Univisa next week, allowing visitors to pay $50 for access to the countries for the duration of one month. The visa will also cover access to Botswana for day trips through the Kazungula border post, allowin...

Travelling During the Ebola Outbreak Wednesday 22nd October 2014

By Simon Taylor With the ongoing Ebola outbreak in West Africa you may be wondering if it is safe to travel to the continent’s popular holiday areas. If we consider some of the geographical distances involved, the size of this massive continent and the risk of Ebola should be put in some persp...

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