Southern Africa

Deserts, deltas, cities and coastline

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A trip to Southern Africa is a genuine adventure. This astonishingly diverse region of Africa offers visitors breathtaking safari experiences in a myriad of environments from deserts and deltas to thriving cosmopolitan cities, impressive mountain ranges and coastlines. Marked by a sub-tropical and temperate climate, it’s easy to understand the attraction when coupled with Big Five safaris, an outstanding diversity of accommodation offerings and some of the best food and wines in the world.

 

Southern Africa also plays host to some outstanding food and wine festivals, sporting events, music events and brilliant arts festivals like Africa Burn that sees large sculptures set on fire in the desert. There are natural displays of colour too like the wildflowers where the alchemy of rain and nascent sun transforms the semi-arid plains of the west coast of South Africa into a living canvas.

There are beautiful tropical beaches and coastlines on the east much like Australia and the eerie, fog-hazed Skeleton Coast on the west.

 

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Botswana

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Safari adventure awaits in Botswana and it’s famous for high cost, low environmental impact. It’s worth every cent as you explore thriving waterways and wetlands, large rivers, endless savannas, deserts and pans.

Botswana

 

Namibia

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A visit to Namibia could see you climbing the world’s highest sand dunes, descending to the deepest canyon in Africa, immersing in ancient rock art sites, exploring eerie coastlines and venturing on safari through wildlife-rich wilderness.

Namibia

 

South Africa

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There is a blend of cultures, a diversity of landscapes and exciting experiences like sleeping under the stars, hiking snowcapped mountains, marine moments with some of the largest underwater creatures and of course big five safaris.

South Africa

 

Eswatini

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One of the last remaining monarchies in Africa, culture and heritage are deeply engrained here and the locals wow visitors with an overwhelming friendliness. It’s the smallest landlocked country yet so much on offer.

eSwatini

 

Lesotho

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A tiny landlocked country with a big reward for travellers who seek to slow down, immerse themselves in a unique local culture, get off the beaten track and try some different types of activities and experiences.

Lesotho

Malawi

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Another African landlocked country that is endowed with spectacular highlands, extensive lakes, impressive wildlife and endless wilderness ready to explore. What are you waiting for?

Malawi

 


 

Mozambique

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This beautiful country is famous for its rugged coastlines, beautiful beaches and the tropical archipelagoes of islands. Its undiscovered inland wilderness awaits too for a safari far away from the crowds.

Mozambique

Zambia

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This little landlocked country offers a huge diversity of wildlife, rugged terrain, impressive rivers and the outstanding UNESCO World Heritage site Victoria Falls.

Zambia

Zimbabwe

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This is the adventure capital for travellers with everything from safari, canoeing, rafting, bungee jumping, helicopter flights and more on offer. There are waterfalls, lakes, rivers and world-class national parks.

Zimbabwe