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While Cape Town commands all the attention, we encourage you to consider adding a day or two at the start (or the end) of your trip to discover what’s happening in Johannesburg. Although South Africa’s largest city is vast, it’s easy enough to get around by taxi, however, we recommend you let us book, Read More

If you plan on spending the December holidays in Africa, here’s what you can expect to enjoy on the festive side. Remember to book your trip at least a year (if not more) in advance as everyone gets vacation this time of year and local travel is at its peak. The history of Christianity, Read More

We’ve put together a guide that covers three types of gifts – useful and/or fun items to give someone to take on safari, suggestions for the ideal gift to buy folks back home when you go on safari, and some high-quality gifts available online that support Fair Trade principles. Happy shopping! Gifts for someone, Read More

The Big 5 - Rhinos

The Big 5 is a term originally coined by hunters to describe the animals they found the most dangerous to hunt on foot – namely, lion, leopard, elephant, Cape buffalo and rhino. Depending on where you travel on safari, you can reasonably expect to see all five – with rhino and leopard being somewhat, Read More

One of the many benefits of a safari holiday is that you’ll encounter very few additional expenses once you’re on your trip as most safari camps and lodges operate on an all-inclusive basis. Tipping is customary though, so it’s an expense that you will want to prepare and budget for in advance. Although tipping, Read More

Our newest team member is safari specialist Victoria Herbert. Here’s an introduction. It might be in the genes. Growing up with parents in the travel industry meant that geography was everyone’s favorite subject (and road trip fodder!).  Born in Germany to British parents, Victoria was raised in Germany, the U.S. and Scotland.  It was, Read More

digital detox

While mobile devices enhance our lives in ways we could never have imagined, the downsides are becoming well documented. Information overload can lead to a shortened attention span, looking at your phone before bed can cause disrupted sleep patterns, and the dopamine hit from each new notification can become addictive – on average, people, Read More

March can be a rainy month in southern Africa, but it has its advantages – if you’re heading for Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe you’ll have the rare opportunity to view a lunar rainbow, which requires a clear sky, high water levels and a full moon. The best time to see this is the hours, Read More