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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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Off the beaten track in Tanzania Tuesday 30th June 2015

Getting off the beaten track in one of the greatest safari destinations need not mean missing out on the best wildlife experiences. On the contrary - you’ll likely get to enjoy encounters and activities not offered in the publicly managed National Parks in addition to the usual bells and whist...

Tanzania's Scintillating Beaches Tuesday 30th June 2015

Heading to the wilds of the Serengeti and Tanzania’s famed national parks has the additional advantage of being able to explore the picture perfect white sand beaches along the coast to wash off that safari dust. Whether you’re looking for the perfect romantic spot, a family adventure or...

“Out with the old, in with the new.”  Not quite at Pumulani.Robin Pope Safaris’ Pumulani Lodge, which rests so effortlessly on the shores of Lake Malawi, is more inclined to recycle than throw things away and the this ethos is applied to almost everything…even its retir...

Royal Malewane - The Sixth Sense Thursday 25th June 2015

By Ross Bowers | The Royal PortfolioOn most private safaris in Southern Africa, guests are guided on specialised Land Rovers by a ranger who drives the vehicle and by a tracker who sits on an especially precarious seat at the front of the bonnet. The tracker’s job is to find elusive wildlife. ...

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The planning for Sir Ian Botham's charity walk in South Africa is underway, to raise funds for five very deserving organisations, and he wants people to join the walk even just for a small section. Read the full article for more information.To book please visit our dedicated page for t...

The Saxon's extensive spa is a haven of tranquility amongst the hustle and bustle of Johannesburg, with various pools (flotation, jet and cold) and 6 treatment rooms on offer. Be sure to book in for one of their sound therapy treatments, drawing on the techniques of Tibetan monks.Read the articl...

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. 

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Trying to find a holiday that will suit the whole family is no easy task, and Constance Belle Mare Plage has stepped in to make the choice easier for you. With a fantastic kids club (4-11 years old), as well as plenty of different room types and mouth-watering dining options, Constance Belle Ma...

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!

Explore Southern Tanzania on this exceptional itinerary, which will take you to two of the country's best reserves, as well as stopping off at the beach for some rest and relaxation. 

This exciting itinerary takes you from the banks of the Zambezi River to the far corner of the Hwange National Park, exploring the largest game reserve in the country. 

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Lions Reintroduced into Rwanda Wednesday 1st July 2015

Today, seven lions have arrived in Rwanda to be reintroduced into Akagera National Park. This is the first time lions have been in Rwanda in 15 years.The seven big cats have travelled from South Africa, and the group includes five females that have been donated by &Beyond Phinda P...

The greatest show on earth is well and truly underway! Wildebeest are now heading into the Mara, this was confirmed last week after a fact-finding mission around the entry points along the Mara and Serengeti border. Though still in its initial stages, every indication shows that the s...

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