Seasoned globe-trotter or saving up for your first big trip several time zones away from home, the question of where to head for an eye-opening and refreshing adventure is something we all ponder. To welcome in this brand new year we've put together our round-up of trending destinations for the year ahead. Here's to a happy and healthy 2019, full of excitement and adventure!
Sculptural desert landscapes, ancient cities and the...
There is something very primal and exciting about setting off on safari. Seeing Mother Nature in its natural and comfortable environment, in its most pure and raw form; free from external influencing human factors. The animal kingdom – where every animal and everything for that matter knows its ranking and adapts to survive.
I have never been a big zoo person, I don’t get the same enjoyment factor most people seem to, and with air travel so...
The ground ran red as the rain mixed with the dust that had stained our feet only hours earlier forming a rich paste matching the Masai’s clothes. It was a bumpy ride to the Masai Mara, down dirt roads, littered with rocks and holes. Grazing lands rolled out, as far as the eye could see with herds of cattle and goats dotted across the horizon, tended to by the tall and graceful men, carrying their staffs.
The atmosphere in the van was electric. There was not much of a drive to go. Soon...
In the Africa wildlife calendar, there are few among us that have not heard about the Great Migration – a mythical, magical time when the herds are on the move and those travellers lucky enough to bear witness are treated to dramatic displays of thousands of grazing mammals on the move.
Less well-published are the other golden highlights of the Africa wildlife calendar. In practically every season, nature gifts us with a different scene. Unlike visiting monuments, castles or ruins, when...