Namibia is a unique and fascinating country. Attractions range from prime wildlife safaris to fascinating desert landscapes and a whole lot of unpopulated places between.
Lace up, pocket the binos and pull down your pith helmet - we're going on safari. Serious safari so on second thoughts you'd better lose the pith helmet.
Often described as a world in one country, South Africa certainly is big enough to cover all bases: from snowy mountains to dusty deserts; cosmopolitan cities to charming little dorps; and from beautiful beaches to wildlife-rich game reserves.
Zambia is a weed-covered jalopy of a country reclaimed by nature and exalted by an absence of western consumerism: time is measured in seasons; a hand-painted drum lid announces hair-cuts and coffins; and a rough-hewn plank nailed to a pole indicates your arrival at one of Africa's best safari reserves.
Lush tropical mountain forests, wildlife-rich savannah plains, gigantic rivers and fascinating ancient ruins... Zimbabwe is your all-in-one African safari holiday destination.
Any attempt at a definitive list of top attractions for an area the size of Australia is going to be subjective and fraught with controversy - Chizarira? Kaokoland? Chobe? Here we've listed the most popular attractions as requested by our discerning clients.
This was a "bucket list" trip for us. It could not have been better. HIGHLY recommend you ask for Bianca.