If you are planning next year’s holiday and have chosen the beautiful African nation of Namibia as your destination, you are in for a real treat. This unspoilt natural country has much to offer the tourist, with the wildlife in abundance, plus the people have a colourful culture and are very friendly and hospitable. Here... Continue Reading →
So after an amazing few months spent driving through southern Africa visiting nature reserves, national parks and doing our very own self-drive safaris, I thought it was only right that I re-watch The Lion King (for the hundredth time). I couldn't help notice how similar it was (song and dance numbers notwithstanding) to our real-life... Continue Reading →
After such an amazing day in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park I had high hopes for Etosha, and it did not disappoint. Every single day we saw giraffe and zebra, wildebeest and hartebeest, rhinos, elephants, and lions. We even saw two leopards! If you only have time for one safari in Southern Africa, here's why you should choose Etosha.
The Namib-Skeleton National Park covers the entire coast of Namibia, stretching 1579km from Ugab River in the south to the border of Angola in the north, aptly named for the countless shipwrecks hidden along it's seemingly endless coast. You'll also find relentless sand dunes, cute little German towns and one of the world's largest Cape Fur seal colonies.
Sossusvlei is one of the top natural atractions in Namibia, and for good reason. Here you will find towering red and white sand dunes, the winding Sesriem Canyon and the famous Deadvlei.