There is something truly magical about a holiday to Africa. Each country offers a treasure trove of discovery and adventure, from exhilarating safari experiences to rich historical journeys, gourmet dining destinations to some of the world’s most remote and jaw-droppingly beautiful islands and beaches. What’s more, the combinations of holiday experiences within this vast continent are endless. Safari and beach, or beach and safari? Self-drive and island discovery. Vineyards, cities, beaches, wilderness, wildlife, culture, history, people… Africa has it all.

Destinations in Africa

Best Safari & Beach Holidays

8th April 2021
by Sue Bell

Africa. The very word sends tingles down our spine. An African safari is, by any measure, the most aspirational holiday of all, an adventure like no other, but it stays on our bucket list for far too long. We read about it in storybooks as children and our screens have been filled with countless films […]

Top 5 Family-friendly Safari Lodges in South Africa

30th March 2021
by Grace Wright

The nostalgia and excitement of a safari is magnified ten-fold when children are involved! From the moment you touchdown, you will all be captivated by South Africa’s vast and awe-inspiring scenery, dramatic landscapes and wilderness, making it an ideal first-time family safari destination. We have tracked down the most child-friendly private safari lodges to help […]

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