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AFRICA

  • Botswana

    Africa’s shining light, Botswana, is one of the last remaining true wilderness destinations; boasting a dramatically diverse ecological system which varies from the unique flood-waters of the Okavango Delta to the almost surreal, sun-baked salt-pans of the central Kalahari...

  • Kenya

    Kenya is the birthplace of safari and the heart of East Africa, Kenya’s authenticity and passion for conservation of wildlife and the local communities is not only eye opening but truly heart-warming. This alone makes a Kenya Safari very hard to beat. Also, the word ‘safari’ actually originated in Kenya, it is the local language (Swahili) meaning for a journey. So when choosing where to go on safari, where better is there than where it all began.

  • Malawi

    Landlocked between Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique, you will find one of Africa’s more discreet destinations, Malawi. Malawi is all things Africa; it has stood back whilst other safari destinations became consumed by tourism, and watched them suffer whilst it remained unspoilt and true to itself. With a ‘chilled’ pace of life, full of friendly locals, idyllic landscapes and exquisite lakeshore beaches, it is the perfect place to relax at the start or end of your safari, or to explore as a destination in its own right.

  • Mozambique

    Mozambique is Africa’s undiscovered jewel – and its rising star – proudly boasting 1,500 miles of exquisite undeveloped coastline and some of the best diving in the world. Nowhere is this truer than along the coast, where cutting-edge island chic hideaways and retreats are becoming a magnet for those in search of barefoot luxury escapism on their Mozambique luxury holiday.

  • South Africa

    South Africa is a vast land of overwhelming beauty and spectacular contrasts, making it one of the best safari destinations in the world. A mere 10- hour flight from the UK, South Africa is closer than you think. Most international flights depart in the evening, arriving early morning – which means after a meal and drinks, you can snooze away the miles until breakfast and landing time.

  • Tanzania

    The largest country in East Africa, Tanzania boasts a collection of some of Africa’s finest and most exclusive attractions. The evocative names of the attractions say it all – the mighty Serengeti (which, unsurprisingly, means ‘endless plains’), Kilimanjaro (the highest mountain on the continent), Lake Victoria (Africa’s largest lake),

  • Zambia

    Zambia is one the most charming, natural and beautifully untouched destinations in southern Africa! Unlike other African countries, Zambia did not boast its attributes with the aim to attract mass tourists, which has paid dividends as it has kept itself natural and un-spoilt. Instead, it has allowed itself to build its own reputation, based on the qualities it offers – and there are plenty!

  • Zanzibar

    The Indian Ocean is home to East Africa’s Spice Islands, the enchanting Zanzibar, which is our jewel of the Indian Ocean. Surrounded by stunning white powder beaches and a barrier reef, Zanzibar is the one of our favourite beach escapes. Long palm fringed stretches of beach, some of the best diving in the world, seafood like you have never imagined, what is there not to love about this exotic island!

Azura Benguerra, Mozambique

Mozambique is Africa’s undiscovered jewel where chic barefoot escapism is luring those in search of castaway living. Idyllic Benguerra Island in southern Mozambique is home to Azura Benguerra - our all-time favourite Robinson Crusoe eco-retreat where off-map seclusion and ‘fresh-from-the-ocean’ cuisine is offered in abundance. The white sand, turquoise water and dune-backed shoreline are utterly irresistible – this is laid-back luxe at its African best!

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Azura Benguerra, Mozambique

Mozambique is Africa’s undiscovered jewel where chic barefoot escapism is luring those in search of castaway living. Idyllic Benguerra Island in southern Mozambique is home to Azura Benguerra - our all-time favourite Robinson Crusoe eco-retreat where off-map seclusion and ‘fresh-from-the-ocean’ cuisine is offered in abundance. The white sand, turquoise water and dune-backed shoreline are utterly irresistible – this is laid-back luxe at its African best!