Destinations

The Panorama Route, South Africa

The Panorama Route, South Africa

The Panorama Route stretches along the remarkable Blyde River Canyon in Mpumalanga, and is perhaps one of the most picturesque and sought-after travel destinations in the whole of South Africa. The spectacular Panorama Route is most well-known for its cultural...
Lake Kariba, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Lake Kariba, Zambia and Zimbabwe

In terms of volume, Lake Kariba is the largest artificial lake and reservoir. It is situated approximately 1,300 kilometres upstream from the Indian Ocean, along the border that runs between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Water filled Lake Kariba between the years of 1958 and...
Bazaruto Island, Mozambique

Bazaruto Island, Mozambique

Bazaruto, or in Portuguese Ilha do Bazaruto from Ushurutswa meaning ‘island of the mist’, is a sandy island situated around 80 kilometres southeast of the mouth of the Save River in Mozambique. It is the biggest island in the entire Bazaruto Archipelago, as well as in...
The Karoo, South Africa

The Karoo, South Africa

Also known as ‘the Place of Thirst’, the Karoo is an infinitely magical region, covered by enormous sheep and game farms, where vast plains drift away towards distant rocky outcrops and multi-layered mountains that pierce the velvet skies. ‘Karoo’ is a Khoisan word of...
Iringa, Tanzania

Iringa, Tanzania

Iringa got its name from the Hehe word ‘lilinga’ meaning ‘fort’. Iringa is the administrative capital of the Iringa Region and has various established industries, including manufacturing and food processing. Majority of its electricity is supplied by the close by...
Gweta, Botswana

Gweta, Botswana

Gweta is a relatively small village located in Botswana, around 205 kilometres away from Maun, and approximately 100 kilometres from Nata. It is generally known to be the gateway to the Makgadikgadi Pans. Gweta got its name from the sound of croaking bullfrogs that...
Ghanzi, Botswana

Ghanzi, Botswana

Located in the western section of the Republic of Botswana in southern Africa is the town of Ghanzi. When the 2011 population census was conducted, there were approximately 12,167 people residing in the town, with a further 861 close by. It is the administrative hub...
Cederberg, South Africa

Cederberg, South Africa

Situated close by to Clanwilliam, about 300 kilometres north of Cape Town, South Africa, lies the Cederberg mountains.  The range of mountains got its name from the endangered Clanwilliam Cedar – a tree endemic to the region. The mountains are renowned for their...

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