Zimbabwe is by far one of our favourite countries to visit. Amazing wildlife, highly qualified guides, a world famous waterfall, unique experiences and some of the friendliest lodges in the world. Zimbabwe is a must do destination!
With successful wildlife conservation efforts paying dividends, now is a great time to visit Malawi. With lush green mountains, tea-plantations and of course the beautiful lake - the warm heart of Africa is one of our firm favourites.
The landscapes in Namibia are so unique, and you truly feel you are out in the isolated wild. Beautiful sand dunes, the largest canyon in Africa, salt pans and unbelievable night skies all combine to create a once in a lifetime trip.
Uganda has lush green countryside where you can trek with the endangered mountain gorillas, hike Murchison Falls, cruise the Kazinga Channel, walk with rhinos and/or chimpanzees and spot the elusive shoebill.
Not only boasting one of the best cities in the world (Cape Town) this fantastic country also has world leading game parks, the big 7 safari, stunning wine regions, rugged coastlines, unique cultural tours and an incredible history.
Ethiopia is renowned for the magnificent rock hewn churches at Lalibela. However, there is plenty more to see, including the awe inspiring Simien mountains, 80+ different tribes, the Blue Nile, Danakil Depression and of course unique wildlife.
The Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater offer some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities in the world. A Tanzania safari and Zanzibar beach stay remains a firm favourite for many. Although don't forget the quieter Ruaha and Tarangire.
The infamous Maasai Mara continues to offer great safari and cultural experiences. With other unique areas like Laikepia, Samburu, Amboseli, Tsavo, Lake Nakuru and Diani Beach, a trip to Kenya provides a great multi-centre safari trip.
Botswana in unashamedly high-end and high price. Silent safaris by makroro in the delta, and isolated lodges offer great experiences. We also love the great value mobile tented safaris, where you truly feel part of nature.
Madagascar has hugely diverse and unique landscapes. Rainforests, mangroves, rocky outcrops, beaches, mountains and baobab valleys. Then of course there are the 60+ lemur species, mongoose, frogs, geckos and much more!
Rwanda memorably doubled their gorilla permit prices overnight a couple of years ago, making them another high-end and high-cost African destination. Rwanda has had a spectacular revival over the last 20 years and is a fascinating destination.
Zambia is a true safari giant. South Luangwa offers great leopard spotting opportunities, North Luangwa and Kafue remain traditionally wild safari experiences, Lower Zambezi allows safari by canoe, and then there is Victoria Falls!
Ghana is rich in cultures as well as having an incredible and interesting history. There are beautiful national parks to explore at Mole and Kakum, and the art, craft and materials found in Ghana are unique, vibrant and colourful.
We completely recommend visiting both of these countries together, or even combining with Ghana. You will get to explore fishing villages, great beaches, stilted villages and of course learn all about the captivating voodoo religion.
Stunning beaches and lush green landscapes await on the two islands of Sao Tome and Principe. Located on the equator you get great year round weather. The perfect relaxing add-on to a Ghana tour, or a great short getaway choice.
Swim in the pink waters of Lac Rose, walk across an island made entirely of shells, visit the biggest statue in Africa and the emotional gate of no return on Goree Island, or relax on the beach at Saly! There is even safari at Fathala!
This fascinating country has a surprising number of points of interest, including the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Grand-Bassam. Natural beauty also awaits at Tai and Comoe National Parks and the Mount Nimba Nature Reserve.
The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean. Home to numerous stunning beaches, colourful coral reefs and beautiful nature reserves. The Seychelles really are the Islands of dreams...and tranquility.
Mauritius is a beautiful island in the Indian Ocean known for its beaches, lagoons and reefs. There is plenty to explore here including the black river gorges, seven sands coloured earth and multiple nature parks.
A great add-on destination for those visiting South Africa's famous Kruger National Park on safari! The Bazaruto Archipelago offers white sand beaches and beautiful coral reefs. A perfect place to chill out!
One of the least visited countries in East Africa, but incredibly friendly. With more pyramids than Egypt there is plenty of history and architecture to explore, as well as unspoiled natural beauty in the Nubian Desert.
The Sani Pass offers the opportunity to visit the highest pub in Africa! A stunning route that isn't for the faint hearted, with a reliable 4x4 required. Lesotho also offers the truly unique opportunity for skiing in Africa.
eSwatini may be a small landlocked country, but it has plenty to offer. Some of the best rhino walks on the continent, Big 5 safaris, adventure activities, amazing cultural dances and magnificent mountain scenery.