My Travel Recommendations

I'd love to inspire you with my travel recommendations. From remote lodges on the edge of Uganda's Bwindi Forest to romantic escapes in the Okavango Delta, here are my favourites.

 

  • Ongava Lodge

    Ongava Lodge

    Location: Namibia - Etosha, Namibia - Etosha
    WHY I RECOMMEND IT

    "Be wowed by the views from the elevated camp and enjoy unhurried game viewing from the waterhole hide"

  • Ongava Tented Camp

    Ongava Tented Camp

    Location: Namibia - Etosha, Namibia - Etosha
    WHY I RECOMMEND IT

    "A real gem with a true bush setting complete with watering hole just mere meters from the dining deck – spectacular to watch the antelope from such close proximity"

  • Jack's Camp

    Jack's Camp

    Location: Botswana - Kalahari
    WHY I RECOMMEND IT

    "The ultimate quintessential Kalahari experience; a must if you are looking for something different and unique. The guides are phenomenal and the natural beauty will have you in awe..."

  • Onguma Tree Top Camp

    Onguma Tree-Top Camp

    Location: Namibia - Etosha
    WHY I RECOMMEND IT

    "The open-fronted rooms mean being one with nature. Perfect for wilderness enthusiasts!"

  • Botswana's Khwai River & Linyanti Channel

    African Bush Camps: 3N Khwai / 3N Linyanti (MUB / MUB)

    Location: Botswana - Okavango Delta
    WHY I RECOMMEND IT

    "Enjoy an authentic african safari in some of the most untouched reserves in Botswana, you can look forward to incredible game viewing and hospitable staff looking after your every need."

Ramona Cilliers

Africa Safari Expert

What I love about Africa the most are the sights, sounds and smells of the African bush – they are addictive and it does not take long for the African Bug to get you!

Read what our Travellers have to say

I have completed the Feefo survey, unfortunately I could not sing your praises high enough. I do, however, believe that you have created a monster. We are booked early in 2017 to go to the Antarctic and, having dropped the UK leg off this African adventure, we are committed to travel there possibly their summer/autumn. But having spent three weeks in Africa we now realize how much more there is to see. Jane particularly has the bit between her teeth now. For someone scared of heights I was concerned about her on the little safari flights (I didn’t mention plane size till we were in Nairobi) but by the end she was up in a helicopter over Victoria Falls. We are particularly interested in Namibia, and would like to return to Chobe (I think three nights is needed here - two was a bit rushed, but we had been on the move a lot by then). Gorillas have now been put on the agenda as well.

So will need to save some more pennies and plan for late 2017 if possible. Please feel free to throw random ideas across we would love to have your expert input. We cannot thank you enough - you have enriched our lives more than we could have dreamed.

Nick Causebrook - January 2017 View more reviews