The mighty Victoria Falls is one of Africa’s most awe-inspiring sights, and the region around them on both the Zimbabwe and Zambia sides is also a fabulous playground for thrill seekers and nature lovers alike.
Straddling the Uganda-Kenya border, 120 kilometres northeast of Lake Victoria, Mount Elgon is the eighth highest mountain in Africa and has the largest surface area of any extinct volcano in the world.
Jinja is a prominent town on Uganda’s share of Lake Victoria and is the source of the River Nile, and the scenic waters around Bujagali just upstream, are East Africa’s playground for adventure activities.
Surrounded by the giant sand dunes of the Namib Desert, and on the west side by the icy waters of the Atlantic, Swakopmund is Namibia’s top destination for adventure activities.
One of the most extraordinary manmade remains in Africa, Great Zimbabwe is a mystical city built of granite stones and was thought to be built by the ancestors of modern Zimbabweans. Zimbabwe, after which the country was named, means ‘houses of stone’ in the...
Experience an overwhelming sense of solitude from the viewpoints at the top, or splash around in the bubbling hot springs at the bottom, of the gaping chasm that is Namibia’s splendid Fish River Canyon.