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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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Interview with Mark Boucher Tuesday 26th May 2015

Mark Boucher was South African cricket’s wicket-keeper for 14 years, but since his retirement in 2012 he’s added another string to his bow – as a conservationist. Heading up the Castle Lager Boucher Legacy – a rhino protection foundation, Mark spared some time to speak with A...

Take a look at Ellerman House Tuesday 26th May 2015

Being invited to view a Relais & Chateaux property is a rare treat, so when the opportunity came to take a closer look at Cape Town’s iconic Ellerman House there was no hesitation in joining Joy for a morning to view the recently refurbished interior.From the moment you step into Ellerman ...

A visit with Rovos Rail Cape Town Monday 25th May 2015

This wintry Monday morning started off with a touch of old colonial style and class in the midst of Cape Town’s train station, with an invitation to view the Pride of Africa courtesy of the team at Rovos Rail.We were welcomed into the departure lounge with warm smiles and offered some refreshm...

5 Incredible Wildlife Sightings Thursday 21st May 2015

From lion kills to leaping leopards, a Zambian safari is nothing short of exotic, wild and wonderful. The national park, along with the golden guides, is a tag team sent from the wilderness heavens and the perfect recipe for witnessing extraordinary wildlife moments. Robin Pope Safaris hav...

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Zimbabwe is Still a Winner Monday 18th May 2015

Lydia Gard takes her family to Zimbabwe, and they are all surprised at what they find there. From local delicacies like the Mopani worm, to horseback rides through the Zambezi national park - there is something for every family member.Read the full article below.

The Vine Art Society Monday 18th May 2015

Gillian de Bono, editor of the Financial Times How To Spend It, journeys to South Africa's winelands to indulge in food, wine (of course) and the vibrant art scene.Read the full article below. 

Africa Uncorked Wednesday 8th April 2015

Graham Boynton travels South Africa wine region, visiting Franschhoek and Stellenbosch and the most exciting wine-makers of the moment.Download the full article. 

Cape Town: The Gourmet Destination Sunday 15th March 2015

From foodie escapes to wine tours galore, and some wildlife spotting thrown into the mix – The Cape can tick pretty much every box, and Africa Travel are the ones to get you there. 

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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. 

Experience everything Kenya has to offer with our newest itinerary featuring two different safari camps. 

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!

The renowned Zambian safari operator Norman Carr Safaris is offering free nights at their camps in South Luangwa National Park including the stunning Chinzombo, family friendly Kapani Lodge and Kakuli Bush Camp, the only true bush camp in this area that is open in the green season.  Stay three ...

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Latest news
Singita Ebony Lodge Reopens Wednesday 27th May 2015

22 years after it first opened, Singita Ebony Lodge is reopening its doors after extensive renovations in June 2015.The lodge has been reinvented in the same vein as the also recently refurbished Singita Boulders Lodge, departing from the norm of safari lodge style to something more contemporary and...

Pretoria Gets Domestic Airport Wednesday 20th May 2015

Commercial flights will soon be available from Wonderboom Airport, which is situated north of Pretoria. Tshwane Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa announced the news during a State of the Capital address. He said scheduled passenger flights would be available from Wonderboom Airport to Cape Town Internation...

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