The Many Faces of Africa

The Many Faces of Africa

Planning an adventure to Africa? Where do you start? We are proud to present the new Africa Travel supplement in association with The Telegraph. Travelling is all about experiences, enrichment & enjoyment, and Africa ticks all these boxes. In this guide you’ll find countless excuses to book your next trip to Africa, with ideas of when and where you can realise your experience of a lifetime, with advice on the very best lodges and Africa’s most famous attractions. 

Read about why Tanzania is one of Richard Madden's favourite African countries, find out what makes South Africa an art lover's paradise, and discover why zoologist and wildlife photographer Jonathan Scott fell in love with Kenya. Pippa de Bruyn also provides a blueprint for making the most of South Africa’s mountains, vineyards and wildlife on an action-packed two-week round trip, a genuine eye-opener of the Cape Route.  

The Telegraph supplement has the very best of what you can experience in this stunning continent with additional exclusive offers for Telegraph readers  - all reviewed by our experts who will help you weave your own magical journey through this extraordinary continent.

Request your own copy today by calling us on 020 7843 3500 or email info@africatravel.co.uk

 

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South Africa: For All The Family

Days: 13
From: £2,390 per person based on two adults & two children (under 10 years)

Featuring stays in some of South Africa’s best deluxe family properties, this wonderful itinerary caters for all generations to enjoy the best of South Africa's fun, sun,...

Affordable South Africa

Days: 13
From: £1,995 per person based on 2 people sharing

A superb value self-drive trip visiting some of South Africa’s major highlights, beating the credit crunch and offering the high life for a low price.Brief Overview: 2 n...

Classic South Africa

Days: 13
From: £2,395 per person based on 2 people sharing

The classic self-drive tour combines the famed wine region and varied attractions of the Cape & Garden Route with the scenery and beaches of KwaZulu-Natal.Brief Overview: ...

Ultimate South Africa

Days: 15
From: £2,395 per person based on two people sharing

This exciting 15 day itinerary explores the very best that the Cape has to offer. Discover cosmopolitan Cape Town, enjoy word class wines in Franschhoek, scenic drives through...

The Ultimate Big Cat Safari With Jonathan Scott - Tour

Days: 10
From: £4,995 per person based on two people sharing

The Telegraph and Africa Travel have teamed up to bring you a unique escorted tour, exploring the magnificent big cats and rhinos of Kenya. The tour will be led in part by ward-win...

Ultimate Tanzania Experience

Days: 11
From: £9,850 per person based on two people sharing

Tanzania provides some of the greatest game experiences in Africa and the wildlife here is considered by many to be the best anywhere. Staying in some truly exceptional camps offer...

Ultimate Tour of Zambia and Zimbabwe

Days: 13
From: £7,995 per person based on two people sharing

See the best of Zambia and Zimbabwe whilst on this exclusive 12-day luxury safari. Along the way, you will get to stay at some truly exceptional properties, enjoy in...

The Art of South Africa

Days: 11
From: £3,995 per person based on two people sharing

Blessed with incredible public galleries, private collections and vibrant street art, South Africa is an art lovers dream. You'll get to experience these things and m...

Ultimate Namibia

Days: 17
From: £4,745 per person based on two people sharing

Magnificent, magical and mysterious, Namibia should be at the top of any traveller's bucket list. From incredible game viewing in Etosha National Park to the dramatic land...

Blog Articles

A Short Guide to the Wine Regions of South Africa

Friday 15th April 2016 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 ...

Self Drive In South Africa

Wednesday 25th March 2015 Africa is a beautiful country to explore, and travelling by vehicle is both rewarding and will give you that real sense of adventure. Also, area dependant, Africa is easily driveable with great roads and infrastructure, as well as driving on the left hand side, making it a simple transition from the...

The Benefits of a Family Holiday in Africa

Wednesday 8th June 2016 Are you planning a family holiday to Africa? Then you’ve come to the right place. A tailor made holiday has its many benefits, particularly if you’re travelling with children. Discover the advantages of opting for a tailor made trip to suit your budget, interests and time. You Can T...

10 Reasons to Holiday in South Africa

Tuesday 16th August 2016 There truly is something to suit every kind of holidaymaker in South Africa. From bustling cities like Cape Town and Durban to glorious beaches, world class wines, luxurious accommodation and incredible game reserves teeming with wildlife. Here are 10 reasons why you should think about spe...

10 reasons Why You Should Visit Tanzania

Sunday 9th October 2016 There truly is something to suit every kind of holidaymaker in Tanzania. From incredible game reserves teeming with wildlife to glorious beaches, luxurious accommodation and incredible culture and food. Here are just 10 reasons why you should think about spending your next holiday there.1. The Great...

10 Reasons to go on an African Safari

Thursday 24th November 2016 If you’re considering going on an African safari then you’re potentially setting yourself up for a trip of a lifetime. How? Well, it has so much to offer: thrilling wildlife adventures, spectacular scenery and luxury African bush walks. There are plenty of reasons why an African Saf...

Africa's Best Family Destinations For 2017

Thursday 8th December 2016 If you’re looking to plan a once in a lifetime holiday for your family in 2017 then look no further than Africa. This vast and diverse continent has something to please everyone in your family from incredible wildlife watching opportunities to amazing beach destinations and a plethora of outdo...

Top 5 Things To Do In Namibia

Friday 27th January 2017 An extraordinary place – magnificent, magical and mysterious, Namibia is a land of two deserts, the Namib and the Kalahari, acres of nothingness and a coastline where the icy waters of the Atlantic meet the searing heat of the African desert. Here are our top 5 things to do in this extraordina...

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"Jonathan Scott is an award-winning wildlife photographer, zoologist and television presenter with a special interest in African wildlife."
Jonathan Scott
Jonathan Scott is a zoologist, wildlife photographer and television presenter specialising in African wildlife. Jonathan presented a number of television programmes based on East African wildlife, including the BBC/Animal Planet series Big Cat Diary. Jonathan travelled overland from London to Johannesburg in 1974 and has lived in Africa ever since.
"Joe started presenting Gardeners’ World in 1998 and now designs gardens, as well as broadcasting and writing."
Joe Swift
Joe Swift has been one of the main presenters on BBC Two's flagship gardening show ‘Gardeners’ World’ since 1998 and also regularly appears in the BBC's coverage of RHS Chelsea, Hampton Court and Gardeners’ World Live shows. Joe is also the President of the National Gardens Scheme (NGS) and patron to many gardening charities including The Horniman Museum and The Harington Scheme.
"South Africa is a beautiful country with the friendliest people, who have made me feel truly welcome."
Analjit Singh
Analjit is the founder of Leeu Collection, an international portfolio of 4 boutique hotels and 6 award-wining dining establishments based mostly in Franschhoek, South Africa. Analjit’s love affair with South Africa started when he first visited the country for the FIFA Soccer World Cup in 2010 and fell in love with the Cape winelands.

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