Whether you choose to stay in tented comfort or luxurious lodge, South Africa offers the perfect destination for showing the family some animal magic. Few countries in Africa can provide such a divers...Read More »
Experience driving through the backroads of North Morocco is nothing less than a total immersion in the exotic—all kasbahs, teeming markets and heady scents. It is a prime opportunity to be truly inde...Read More »
The first thing we noticed about the Ngorongoro Crater is the cold. Crater Lodge is perched on the top of the rim at a height of 2,200 metres (7,200 feet) and several layers of clothing are required a...Read More »
When I step off a plane I can always tell if I am on a tropical Island. It’s the smell: the aroma of salt mixed with seaweed and sand suspended in the heavy humid air. It is a wonderfully intoxicating...Read More »
The Masai Mara, meaning Spotted Plains, is the northern extension of the Serengeti, meaning Endless Plains. Essentially, the Mara is in Kenya and the Serengeti is in Tanzania though why it has two dif...Read More »
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa and one of the continent’s most magnificent sights. From cultivated farmlands on the lower levels, brimming with maize and millet, the mountain rises through lush rainforest, the boughs of trees clothed in abundant epiphytic lichen, orchids and moss, through alpine meadows dotted with clumps of yellow and purple flowers, through a barren lunar landscape of dust, dust and rock to the peak of Uhuru.