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Southern Africa

The region known as Southern Africa is comprised of Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. It offers a diversity of landscapes, eclectic cultural experiences and exceptional safari game viewing.
 
From the famous view of Table Mountain towering high above Cape Town, to the desertscapes of the Kalahari, and the stunning beachscapes of Mozambique and the winelands and Garden Route are not to be missed. Southern Africa has so much to display, it would be nigh on impossible to fit all in to one trip.
 
For culture vultures the region offers up a surprising array of options. Visit the fascinating Himba tribe and learn about their traditional way of life, dance & sing with the colourful Zulu or head out on foot with the Kalahari San Bushmen and gather herbs for traditional medicines.
 
Perhaps the greatest draw card of the region is its stunning array and proliferation of wildlife. The region is home to the world’s best safari options from The Kruger, Chobe and Etosha to the Okavango Delta, where you can search for elephants, lions, leopards, hyenas, rhinos, buffaloes, and antelope and countless other species that will stay with you for ever. Spot the wildlife from the air, by boat, canoe, on foot or by jeep, the choice is yours. Southern Africa has you covered with all aspects of accommodation. Everything from 5* boutique hotels to cosy bed & breakfasts to adventurous riverside camping on the Zambezi. There is something for everyone.
 
The region can tick all ones boxes at once and that’s why we’re here to help you piece it all together, we will listen to what you want from the trip and with our expert firsthand knowledge help you combine all the pieces to create your prefect Southern Africa holiday.
 
 
 
 

Botswana

Botswana offers some of the finest safari experiences on the African continent. An enchanting landscape of unspoiled open plains and pans, blazing desert and lush waterways. 

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Mozambique

Stunning archipelagos, vibrant turquoise seas, warm, shimmering beaches and palm trees are just a few of the reasons Mozambique is considered the destination for luxurious beach holidays.  The country has two marine parks: Bazaruto Archipelago Marine National Park and Quirimbas Archipelago Marine

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Namibia

Aptly named after the Namib - the oldest desert on the planet, Namibia is a country of astonishing contrasts. Celebrated for its vast open landscapes of glittering plains, rugged mountains, immense sand dunes and star 

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South Africa

Situated at the southern edge of the African continent, South Africa is bounded by oceans on three sides with an interior characterised by an assortment of habitats, from lush tropical forests, pristine coastlines to arid deserts, mountains to open bushveld savannah. 

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Zambia

Zambia is an expansive, friendly and peaceful country that offers outstanding wildlife and cultural encounters.

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Zimbabwe

Nestled between two major African rivers – the Zambezi in the north and the Limpopo in the south – Zimbabwe has a superb diversity of landscapes, wildlife and rich cultural heritage going back millennia. 

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Eswatini

Despite being the smallest country in Africa, Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland, more than makes up for its lack of size with a hugely diverse range of attractions and activities.

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Lesotho

Lesotho offers breathtaking mountain vistas, awesome adventure and fascinating culture. 

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Malawi

One of the smallest countries in Africa, Malawi is the epitome of a vast continent, the very essence of Africa.

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St Helena

St Helena Island is a tropical island of volcanic origin in the South Atlantic located 4,000kms East of Rio De Janeiro, 1,100kms to the South East of Ascension Island, 2,000kms from the West African coast and 8,000kms from the UK making it one of the most remote islands in the world.

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