South Africa is a very popular self-drive destination for tourists. Most people take a tour along the east coast, visiting a combination of places including Kruger Park and the Garden Route.
There are few activities more exhilarating than a walking safari in a park that's full of lions, elephants, and other big game.
Nyungwe shouldn’t be a secret and it won’t be for long. It’s only that it’s new – in tourism terms. In other ways, this fabulous national park, tucked in amongst the tea plantations in the south-eastern corner of Rwanda, bordering Burundi, is incredibly ancient...
The remote northern savannah of the famous Kruger National Park is South Africa's best-kept game viewing secret. Few would consider the Kruger National Park to be a well kept secret.
Not too many people think about chimpanzees when planning a Tanzanian safari, but as anyone who has visited a habituated group knows, it's an experience on par with most big game encounters.
The beautiful sitatunga antelope and a plethora of rare and colourful birds inhabit the steaming swamps and lush jungles of Saiwa and Kakamega.
Lake Mutirikwi in southern Zimbabwe was originally built as an irrigation dam in 1960. Its level fluctuates wildly with rainfall and the amount of water pulled off by local farmers.
Leave Tanzania’s famous north for another time, and head south for the scenery, wildlife and lack of crowds.
Lost in the emptiness of the Serengeti Plains in Tanzania stands a living monument to the vegetable kingdom.
Home to one of the world’s birding hotspots and it’s virtually unknown outside East Africa.