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Chimanimani Highlands, Zimbabwe

Chimanimani Highlands, Zimbabwe

Part of the Chimanimani District was known as ‘Melsetter’ from 1896-1892. The District itself, however, is a fantastic region covered in lush mountains located in the Manicaland Province in Eastern Zimbabwe. The area is characterised by massive precipices, formed from...
Why do you need Travel Insurance?

Why do you need Travel Insurance?

Travel insurance is definitely seen as one of those expenses that you just don’t want to have to do, but should anything go wrong (as it does) it is absolutely vital.  Have a read below as to why you should have travel insurance. 1. Travel Insurance protects your...
Sipi Falls, Uganda

Sipi Falls, Uganda

Sipi Falls is a showstopper, and arguably the most beautiful waterfall in all of Uganda. These days it’s much more accessible than it used to be via one of the best roads in the country. Lying about 55km north of Mbale, in the foothills of Mt Elgon and not far from...
Imagine Tanzania

Imagine Tanzania

You will suddenly feel very small when you step out into the vast, open plains of Tanzania. On these plains roam the largest wild animal populations in the world. This video gives a great insight into what can be experienced. A Dream of Africa from Marek Kedzierski....
Oudtshoorn, South Africa

Oudtshoorn, South Africa

Oudtshoorn is a small town located in the Western Province of South Africa, and is the biggest town inside of the Little Karoo area. Holding the biggest number of ostriches on earth, Oudtshoorn is the ostrich capital of the world. It contains numerous specialised...
The Wild Coast, South Africa

The Wild Coast, South Africa

The Wild Coast is a portion of the shore of one of South Africa’s provinces, the Eastern Cape. The section extends from East London in the south to the KwaZulu-Natal border in the north. It is the traditional home of the Xhosa folk, and the birthplace of numerous...
The Drakensberg, South Africa

The Drakensberg, South Africa

The Drakensberg, or ‘uKhahlamba’ in Zulu (meaning ‘Barrier of Spears’), is the tallest mountain range in the whole of southern Africa, reaching heights of around 3,500 metres. Its geological history gives it a characteristic charm amongst the world’s mountain ranges....

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