The Overland route from Nairobi to Cape Town is considered one of the world's greatest journeys. Passing through eight countries, this epic path traverses the lower half of the African continent, exploring extraordinary wildlife and remarkable cultures
Relive The Lion King in the Serengeti. The annual animal migrations that take place across these never-ending plains have been officially declared a Wonder of the World.
The tropical island of Zanzibar is home to some of the best beaches in all of Africa. On nearby Pemba, the traditional art of voodoo is still practiced by some townsfolk.
This beautiful freshwater lake (also known as Lake Nyasa) stretches the length of Malawi. Catch the Illala Ferry north from Monkey Bay up to Chilumba for the full experience.
Lake Malawi, Malawi
The world’s largest waterfall needs no introduction. It is simply magnificent.
Victora Falls, Zambia/Zimbabwe
Built over 900 years ago, the relics of this ancient city are the biggest stone ruins in all of sub-Saharan Africa.
Ruins of Great Zimbabwe
This massive swamp, located in north-west Botswana is a real-life Garden of Eden, abundant in indigenous flora, fauna and wildlife.
Okavango Delta, Botswana
One of the largest game reserves in the world, Etosha is home to the mighty beasts of the African Savannah, including elephants, zebras and lions.
Etosha National Park, Namibia
Proudly known as the ‘Mother City’ of South Africa, Cape Town is a cultural melting pot. The area is overlooked by Table Mountain, making it one of the most panoramic cities in the world.