The Victoria Falls are one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.One can view the falls face-on and enjoy the full force of the spray, noise and spectacular rainbows. Or you could take a flight over the falls, and if you’re more adventurous, opt for a micro-light flight. Sunset cruises are popular, when you could sip your favourite beverage while watching hippos cavort in the Zambezi under a spectacular sunset.
When visiting Antananarivo, take a trip to Tsingy de Bemaraha, where the limestone landscape forms wonderful hiking trails, or enjoy canoeing along the spectacular canyon of the Manambolo River, inhabited by rare and endangered species.
Make sure to visit the Table Mountain once you get to Cape Town. This park encompasses the entire majestic Table Mountain chain, as well as the legendary Cape of Good Hope. Recognised globally for its extraordinarily rich, diverse and unique fauna and flora, it is a truly remarkable asset both locally and internationally. Nowhere else in the world does an area of such spectacular beauty and such rich biodiversity exist almost entirely within a metropolitan area.
The spectacular 2 700 km coastline of Mozambique, washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, offers a treasure chest of beaches of indescribable beauty. Some of them are still far off the beaten track, offering the opportunity to lounge in complete seclusion with no one and nothing else in sight.
The Bazaruto Archipelago consists of 4 main islands situated 35 km off the mainland, accessible by boat or small aircraft. Small antelope roam the islands alongside fresh-water crocodiles and samango monkeys, while flamingo nest on the freshwater lakes. The islands are also home to over 240 species of birds. The entire archipelago forms part of the Bazaruto Marine Park, making this reserve one of the largest in the Indian Ocean. In addition to humpback whales, dolphins, manta rays and five...
The immense, ochre sand dunes at Sossusvlei are one of the most astonishing sights in the world. Blown into razor-sharp ridges by the sand-shifting winds, the impossibly dramatic red dunes are the highest in the world, towering some 300 m into the air. One of the best ways to appreciate the magnificence of this area is by light aircraft on a scenic flight from Walvis Bay or Swakopmund, or by catching a balloon ride over the dunes.