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Zambia Safari Holidays: All You Need To Know Before You Go

From the mighty Victoria Falls, known by the locals as “Mosi-oa-Tunya” or The Smoke that Thunders, and the great Zambezi River to two of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in Africa – the Luangwa and the Kafue National Parks – the scenic splendour of Zambia has no rival in Afri...

Wolfgat Restaurant - A Review

Frances Geoghegan, Africa Travel Director, muses over her recent meal at Wolfgat in Paternoster. This fine dining establishment owned and run by self-confessed locavoire and forager Kobus Van der Merwe only opened its doors to the paying public in September 2016, but is now firmly established o...

South Africa's Most Luxurious Safari Lodges

South African safari lodges are some of the most exquisite and luxurious in all of Africa – when it comes to the quality of the décor, food and guides South Africa’s safari lodges have been way ahead for quite some time. It’s one of our favourite safari destinations as you h...

Botswana Safari Holidays: All You Need to Know Before You Go

Botswana is one of the best places to go on safari in Africa. We've produced a short guide on all you need to know to help you decide if it's the perfect safari destination for you. Best Time To GoBotswana can be visited year round but the peak game viewing time is during the dry w...

Best safari experiences in Africa

If a safari in Africa is in you travel plans, then you’re setting yourself up for a trip of a lifetime. We’ve made a careful selection of our best safari experiences in Africa to give you a superb range of game viewing in some of the most breathtaking locations in Africa, ...

Top 5 Luxury Lodges in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has had its fair share of upheaval in recent years, and it’s because of this that many tourists have chosen, or been forced to avoid the country, in spite of its incredible landscapes and breath-taking wildlife. Thankfully, as the dust settles on years of upheaval, Zimbabwe’s to...

5 Top Tips To Find Your Secret Tanzania

Home of iconic destinations like the Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Zanzibar, Tanzania provides some of the greatest game and beach experiences in Africa. However, one of the most frequent questions that our experts get asked by customers is “How do we avoid the big crowds in Tanzania?&rd...

Family Friendly Accommodation In Namibia

If you are looking for an intriguing destination that offers exciting wildlife, stunning scenery and wonderfully exhilarating activities look no further than a family holiday to Namibia. Namibia is mostly malaria free and is well set up for tourists with good roads and a wide range of excellent acco...

Kenya's Most Family-Friendly Accommodation

Travelling as a family can help bring you closer together and be a great bonding experience, but it doesn’t come without its complications. Catering to each family member’s needs isn’t always easy, this means not just finding a destination that suits everyone, but also accommodatio...

South Africa's Best Beaches

Wildlife, culture, scenery, food & wine, shopping…the list of South Africa’s attractions is seemingly endless, but one area often overlooked are the country’s magnificent beaches. With a long coastline of more than 2500 km stretching from the Namibian border south to Cape Town...

Family Friendly Accommodation in Botswana

Botswana is one of the best places to go on safari with your family in Africa. Home to some of the most luxurious and exclusive safari camps on the continent, Botswana doesn't immediately seem like an ideal destination for most families. However, there are a number of areas in the country that a...

Top 10 Zambian Lodges and Camps

Home to the Zambezi, Kafue and Luangwa rivers Zambia is the one of the best safari destinations in Africa. Known for its walking safaris, night safaris and canoe/boat rides Zambia is a Safari lover's paradise. Add to that the wildly stunning Victoria Falls, Zambia becomes a truly attractive...

Tanzania’s most family-friendly accommodation

Tanzania is home to some of the most breath-taking sights, monumental history and interesting animals in Africa, it’s truly a destination that has something for everyone. When travelling as a family, extra planning is often involved and it’s important to go to a resort that caters to eac...

Family Friendly Accommodation In South Africa

As a family holiday destination, South Africa ticks all the boxes with its city fun, great weather, action-packed resorts, beautiful beaches and Big 5 safari parks. As well as all of this, South Africa also boasts a huge variety of accommodation options that are perfect for families.&...

Timisa the strong willed little elephant at Camp Jabulani

Elephants have been for centuries trained to be ridden as working animals, or for tourism activities like safaris. In Africa commercial rides on elephants began in the late 90’s in Zimbabwe. However conservation organisations have been working to highlight the cruelty involved in riding elepha...

5 Perfect Villas for a Luxury Honeymoon in Africa

Africa; the most romantic continent in the world. The ultimate honeymoon destination. Here at Africa Travel, we have chosen five villas, which we think are perfect for a luxury honeymoon in Africa. One of the best reasons to stay in a villa is that you’ll have privacy. Villas are mostly proper...

A Green Season Safari Guide

One of the most frequent questions I am asked when people first come to me for advice is “when is the best time of year to do safari?”. Naturally this varies from country to country and depends on the type of game viewing you would like to do, but overall, most parts of Africa offer fant...

Top 5 Namibia Resorts And Lodges

Namibia is an extraordinary place – magnificent, magical and mysterious. Inland there is the drama of Damaraland with its endangered desert elephant and rhino, while at Sossusvlei, one of the oldest and driest eco-systems, climbing to the top of the highest sand dunes is a must. Then ther...
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