Africa

Africa travel guide, including current news, inspirational articles, useful tips, independent reviews and beautiful photos.

Huntingdon House, Malawi

Hotel Review: Huntingdon House, Malawi

Huntingdon House offers colonial luxury in the heart of Malawi’s Shiree Highlands.
Lake Malawi

Lake Malawi: Africa’s Best Kept Secret

Malawi is landlocked, but as Lake Malawi has sandy beaches, uninhabited islands and numerous opportunities for swimming, snorkelling and water sports, who needs an oceanic coastline?
Naama Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

Flights between Britain and Sharm el Sheikh banned

The UK government has banned all flights between the United Kingdom and Sharm el-Sheikh airport.
Sights & Sounds of Africa Safaris

Customized safaris and holidays to Africa

Our tailor made packages include Mountain Gorilla and Chimpanzee trekking, Wildlife and adventure tours, Cultural tours, Educational trips and City Tours.

Be the first to go to Tulia Zanzibar

It's taken years to design and build, but after a lot of heartache, Tulia Zanzibar is a brand new beach side boutique resort overlooking the Indian Ocean.
The Saxon Hotel spa and terrace pool

Hotel Review: The Saxon, Johannesburg, South Africa

The Saxon is a five star luxury hotel set in the safe and leafy Johannesburg suburb of Sandhurst.
Dakhla: a beautiful desertscape

Dakhla – where the desert meets the sea

Lauren Razavi travels to Western Sahara’s newest tourist destination and falls in love with sand dunes, oysters and kitesurfing.
Wildebeest migration

Serengeti wildebeest migration has started three months early

Hundred of thousands of wildebeest have started flooding the central areas of the Serengeti three months early thanks to unusually dry conditions.
South Africa: Zulu Camp Shambala: elephants

Two faces of South Africa: Johannesburg and game reserves

From Zulu Camp at Shambala, which offers a great combination of high life and wild life to the rebirth of Johannesburg from dirty and dangerous to a popular tourist destination.
Rwandan landscape

Rwanda: shaking off the past and embracing tourism

With its all year subtropical climate and some the finest nature reserves in Africa, Rwanda, devastated by genocide in 1994, is once again open for business.

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