Beach holiday must be the most desired way to spend a vacation! So, what are the most popular beach holiday destinations in Africa? While Africa is mostly synonymous with safari experiences and wildlife adventures, Africa also offers some of the most unique beach destinations on our planet, with endless white sandy beaches and a number

Sossusvlei You will encounter gemsbok and springbok amongst the dunes, but the main purpose of your visit to Sossusvlei is to appreciate the stark beauty of the landscapes, which you can do by walking up to the top of some of the dunes, walking to the spectacular Deadvlei or by taking a hot air balloon

Sink your feet into the pearly sands of a remote island sanctuary where you’ll taste sweet jasmine on the breeze while gazing at a thousand sparkling shades of turquoise. NOSY ANKAO PRIVATE ISLAND The largest of five islands in the archipelago, Nosy Ankao has an interesting history. A transient location for seasonal fisherman, the one

&Beyond Tengile River Lodge holds an idyllic private position on a bend of the Sand River.  Each area of the lodge has been specially designed to ensure magnificent river views from all angles. The nine secluded suites, nestled in the dappled shade of the cool riverine forest, and the guest areas, all exquisitely mirror the

What is an African safari? Surely you have heard about "African Safari" from numerous Hollywood movies, read it somewhere in the book or just shared stories with your friends.  Here we would like to share our rough guide to an African safari. We would say, "Africa begins with a safari." The meaning of "African safari"
Livingstone Island Lunch at Victoria Falls Livingstone Island is a 5-8 minutes boat ride from the Royal Livingstone Hotel and is located in the middle of the Zambezi River right on the edge of the Victoria Falls just before the water thunders down a 103 metre drop. To protect the sensitive environment, only 16 guests
Cango Caves Oudtshoorn South Africa The Cango Caves is a cultural and natural landmark in South Africa. The 20 million year-old Cango Caves system consists of a series of hidden chambers cut deep into a thick limestone rock layer. It is situated in the Swartberg Mountains, 30 kilometres north of Oudtshoorn, in South Africa's Western Cape Province.