South Africa Cape Town and Western Cape Province Cape Town’s most inspiring feature is its stunning setting – lying on a dramatic coastline of pristine white beaches and icy waters, overlooked by the iconic Table Mountain. The surrounding areas also contribute to the popularity of the province, as it offers some of the best land-based whale watching spots, exquisite wine-lands with outstanding wines and even better cuisine and even treetop lodges in an age-old indigenous forest, only to name a few. Kruger and Greater Kruger National Parks The world-renowned Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s largest game reserves and offers an immaculate wildlife experience. It is home to a high density of wildlife which includes the Big 5. Gorgeous tented camps and safari lodges offer the ideal bush sanctuaries throughout the park. The Greater Kruger National Park, bordering the Kruger, includes smaller reserves, offering a more up-close-and-personal safari experience. Other Game Reserves South Africa offers many other spectacular Game Reserves throughout its nine provinces, including the Pilanesberg National Park, with the famed Sun City, a luxury resort and casino, on its border, Madikwe Game Reserve, a hidden-gem in a Malaria free zone offering a variety of luxury lodges, the scenic Drakensberg mountain range and its mountain retreats providing the perfect place to rest and restore your spirit, and many more. Lions freely roam vast game reserves such as Kruger National Park, vineyards stretch across the Cape Winelands, and mountains cascade into the sea along miles of beaches - these are just some of the many reasons to visit South Africa. Mozambique Bazaruto & Benguerra Mozambique’s extensive coastline offers gorgeous golden sandy beaches, warm seas, unspoiled marine reserves, and remote island resorts. With lodges sheltered within canopies of indigenous forest, opening up to panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, Benguerra and Bazaruto Islands provide the idyllic luxury getaways. You can also discover some of the world’s best scuba diving destinations as you go in search of dugong’s, turtles and whales.
Namibia Windhoek Windhoek is the capital of Namibia and also home to the largest airport in Namibia, meaning a few days stopover is usually befitting to any Namibia experience. Some spectacular accommodations surround Windhoek such as the extraordinary Gocheganas luxury lodge, which offers a unique combination of wildlife, nature and wellness experiences, situated 18 miles (29 km) out of Windhoek on a hilltop overlooking a spectacular landscape. Swakopmund With its seaside promenade, sidewalk cafés, fine German colonial buildings, trendy bistros, friendly and immaculate hotels, Swakopmund is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on one side, and the vast Namib Desert on the other. Part destination in its own right and part launch pad for an exploration of the Skeleton Coast and desert, this tiny resort town has a undeniable appeal which usually results in people ending up staying longer than they intended to. Sossusvlei Sossusvlei is possibly Namibia’s most spectacular and best-known attraction. Characterized by the large red dunes that surround it, Sossusvlei is a large, white, salt and clay pan and is a great destination all year round. The dunes in this area are some of the highest in the world, reaching almost 1,310 feet (400 meters), and provide photographic enthusiasts with wonderful images in the beautiful morning and evening light. Etosha National Park In northwestern Namibia, the beautiful Etosha National Park is sure to mesmerize you with the phenomenal wildlife viewing it offers. The park’s main characteristic is a salt pan so large it can be seen from space, yet there is abundant wildlife that congregates around the waterholes, giving you almost guaranteed game sightings. At the same time Etosha National Park is one of the most accessible game reserves in Namibia and Southern Africa. Namibia is a country famed for its expansive, sun-drenched landscapes, fascinating geology and unique cultures. It boasts with untamed wilderness, a pleasant climate, the oldest desert in the world and a beautiful coastline.