top of page
Image by Ajeet Panesar


Image by Ajeet Panesar

Awakening all your senses!

South Africa encompasses one of the most diverse landscapes on the continent, with habitats ranging from cool forests to sizzling deserts and soaring mountains; lush grasslands and classic African savannahs. It is home to penguins and flamingoes, lions, leopards and elephants. If you have a taste for adventure, South Africa offers everything from diving with great white sharks, river rafting on the Fish River to the highest bungee jump in the world.

South Africans are one of the most upbeat, welcoming and humorous folk you will encounter. The pride in their country is palpable and enthusiasm for the future is contagious. Let the friendly locals teach you about their country they call "Mzanzi".

Image by Claudio Fonte

The diamond of Africa.

Where the white-hot Kalahari Desert meets the wild Okavango River delta lies Botswana. Hidden beneath the scorching sand is one of the world's richest sources of diamonds. This small, landlocked country of just over two million people has an impressive track record of good governance and economic growth. An eco-tourism policy of high yield, but low impact, has resulted in visitors to Botswana being able to experience Africa at its most natural and unspoiled state. Botswana is popular for overlanding in 4x4's and this is possibly the best way to experience this country if you have the time.

Come and explore the diverse cultures of the Tswana people and their wildlife at its best.

Image by Ulrico Zampa

The lush green beauty.

The tiny landlocked country is famous for the warmth and friendliness of its people and the lively culture of the Swazi nation ruled by its monarch, King Mswati III. Despite the modernization that has come to Eswatini (formerly known as Swaziland), the people have preserved their age-old customs and traditional ceremonies.

It is well worth timing your visit to coincide with one of the spectacular royal ceremonies. Visiting a Swazi village with a guide is a great way to learn more about the Swazi culture, not to mention a fun chance to dance and sing with children living in these villages. The wildlife reserves are superb and provide the opportunity for game viewing on horse back. The bird watching is excellent.

Image by Kerrin Naude

The land of wide open spaces...

Ancient rock paintings testify that the San hunter-gatherers roamed through this region more than 25 000 years ago. Namibia demands respect and is a harsh and unforgiving land. Few people live here, the second most sparsely populated country in the world, but they live in harmony with nature. Men and animals have adapted to survive in the unforgiving environment. Fortunately, the accommodation on offer to visitors is top class and offers all the comforts.

From game-packed parks to the silence and spectacle of the desert, this incredible country, with its ancient landscapes and smiling people, is waiting for you to discover it. 

Image by Joe McDaniel

The smoke that thunders.

Zambia is a country of sweeping plains rich in wildlife, magnificent forests, and wild rivers which have an assortment of waterfalls, cascades, rapids and cataracts. One of these waterfalls is the world renown Victoria Falls, which shares the border with Zimbabwe. 

Zambia offers exceptional game viewing in all of its popular 19 national parks. distances between national parks are huge so flying between parks is the ideal way to make the most of your visit. The Copperbelt, which lies in the Western Province, holds 6% of the world's copper reserves. Zambia is also a major producer of emeralds, aquamarines, amethyst and tourmalines - a brilliant souvenir of your holiday!

Image by Datingscout

It's a paradise pleasure.

Mauritius, a sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, will fascinate you! The contrast of colours, cultures and tastes makes the island nation so charming that the scene is set for an unforgettable holiday.

Mauritius has something for everyone. Here the past and present are smoothly blended together with beautiful white sandy beaches, tropical forests, historical sights, cultural diversity, luxury resorts and numerous activities. Add this to the joys of Chinese, Indian, French and African cuisine, the rousing beat of séga music and the infectious party spirit of the locals, and you soon understand why Mauritius is really so many people's idea of paradise on earth. 

Image by Ondrej Bocek
bottom of page