Destinations

Kafue National Park, Zambia

Kafue National Park, Zambia

Covering more than 22,500 sq km (8687 sq mi), this is the largest park in Zambia and one of the biggest in the world. With terrain ranging from the lush riverine forest of the Kafue River to the vast grassland of the Busanga Plains, the park rewards wildlife...
South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

For scenery, variety of animals, accessibility and choice of accommodation, South Luangwa is the best park in Zambia and one of the most majestic in Africa. Amongst the varied terrain of dense woodland, oxbow pools and open grassy plains lurk beasts of all shapes and...
Lake Kariba

Lake Kariba

Covering 282km² of the Zambezi Valley, Lake Kariba is an artificial inland lake. It attracts massive quantities of game, both big and small, which include huge Nile crocodiles and elephants. Not-to-be-missed sunsets and the bleached skeletal trunks and bare branches...
Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Located on the edge of the Kalahari sands, Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s biggest national park, covering 14000 square km – the same size as Wales in the United Kingdom. It lies in western Zimbabwe on the border with Botswana and is famous for its huge herds of up...
Great Zimbabwe National Monument

Great Zimbabwe National Monument

Old stone ruins and winding corridors are the fascinating remains of the Great Zimbabwe National Monument, the greatest medieval city in sub-Saharan Africa. It provides evidence that prehistoric Africa reached a level of civilisation not suspected by early scholars....
Pemba, Mozambique

Pemba, Mozambique

The coastal town of Pemba lies at the mouth of an enormous bay. Its lively atmosphere and interesting buildings (especially in Baixa, the old town) draws its visitors, who mostly come for the beaches and coral reefs. Because this little town is so popular with...
Damaraland, Namibia

Damaraland, Namibia

One of the most scenic regions in Namibia, Damaraland, has a dramatic landscape of red-hued mountains, enormous granite koppies (hills) and wide, open, sandy plains. It lies south of Etosha National Park and north of Swakopmund. It’s home to a few black rhinos and the...
Caprivi Strip, Namibia

Caprivi Strip, Namibia

At the top of Namibia, between Angola and Botswana, you’ll find an oddly-shaped panhandle, called the Caprivi Strip. It’s covered by permanent water and starts at the Kavango River in the east. It then follows the Zambezi River all the way to the border intersection...
Windhoek, Namibia

Windhoek, Namibia

Thanks to a brilliant stroke of German planning, the capital city, Windhoek, is located in the middle of the country. With a population of around 200 000, it’s a really tiny capital by global standards, making it just the right size to explore by foot. It’s extremely...
Namib-Naukluft Park, Namibia

Namib-Naukluft Park, Namibia

Home to some truly bizarre forms of life, much of the 80 – 250km-wide Namib Desert is situated within the Namib-Naukluft Park. This is one of the largest national parks in Africa. In fact, Namib means ‘vast’ in the Nama language. It’s most famous for its...
Skeleton Coast, Namibia

Skeleton Coast, Namibia

The coastline between where the Kunene and Ugab rivers open into the Atlantic, is known as the Skeleton Coast. The name is often used for the entire desert coastline, even as far south as Lüderitz. The coastal parks consist of nearly two million hectares of dunes and...

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