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Our Guide to South Africa

Southern Africa

Winding rivers, dramatic valleys, and the legendary Victoria Falls define southern Africa, as well as fabulous food and wine in the Cape, and exciting cities. Add an abundance of wildlife and the beautiful Kalahari Desert and you’re spoiled for choice here.

The Zambezi and Luangwa rivers of Southern Africa contribute spectacular geographical landmarks to the region, as they etch great valleys through this part of the continent. The legendary Victoria Falls are absolutely jaw-dropping in size, whilst the Cape boasts wonderful wine and food, varied landscapes and cosmopolitan cities. Meanwhile the inland Okavango Delta defies nature and provides marsh to support fantastic bird and wildlife, and the Kalahari Desert is comprised of stunning wide-open spaces.

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Luxury Southern Africa: Victoria Falls, Sabi Sands and Mozambique beach

Victoria Falls, Sabi Sands and Bazaruto Archipelago

Experience some of the very best Southern Africa has to offer, from the thundering Victoria Falls, a big five safari in the Sabi Sands and relaxing on an idyllic beach in Mozambique's Bazaruto Archipelago. Ideal for a special celebration or honeymoon.

Best for: Adventure, Couples, Off the beaten track, Wildlife

Wild Namibia & the Falls

Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Skeleton Coast, Damaraland, Etosha, Okonjima, Victoria Falls

Namibia is a true adventure playground and the perfect destination for an active teenage family adventure. Teens will love the activities, from quad biking, sand-boarding, kayaking with a seal colony, tracking rhinos and rafting at the Victoria Falls.

Best for: Adventure, Teenagers, Family, Road trip

Our Guide to South Africa

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