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Where to go in Africa in October

October in Africa and the weather is in charge. In East Africa the short rains have begun and the landscape replies with a blanket of fresh green grass. South of the Zambezi, however, it has barely rained since May and animals mill around the remaining waterholes, eyes wide and ears flicking at every snap of a twig. 

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History, Culture & Cuisine: Our Top Guided Walking Tours

Africa’s allure lies in its wide, open spaces and game-packed reserves. Many travel to this wild continent to get as far as possible from cities and buildings, people and noise. They come to seek out herds of elephant roaming free under a vast, blue sky; to feel their hearts beat faster as they watch a lion stalk its prey and to let life’s everyday niggles slot back into perspective in ink-black nights lit by the stars of the Milky Way.

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Inspired by Madiba: Finding Mandela in Cape Town

The world was transfixed when Nelson Mandela was finally released to freedom in 1990 after 27 years in jail for his role in the struggle to overcome apartheid. Twenty-three years later, in 2013, the eyes and cameras of the world were once again on South Africa as this former president, Nobel Peace Prize winner, statesman and father figure to millions was laid to rest. None of us will ever again have the opportunity of interacting with this great-yet-humble man but we can visit some of the places that shaped his life and that are indelibly connected with his story.

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Top Tips On Booking Your African Safari

Planning your safari is very exciting – there are so many bucket list experiences to choose from and natural wonders to see, every kind of accommodation you can imagine and as many different settings, from mountains to beaches, rainforests to deserts.

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Street Art in Johannesburg

As one of the youngest major cities in the world – it was founded in 1886 – and with almost half the population under the age of 30, it’s no surprise that Johannesburg is home to some of South Africa’s most exciting and innovative street art.

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Know Your Tour Type: Tailored or Scheduled?

If you’re planning an Africa safari vacation and doing research online, you’ll come across various types of tours – private, tailored, set departures and scheduled. The difference between these tour types isn’t always obvious and is made trickier by industry jargon. The reason you need to know the difference between tour types is to make sure you book a tour style that is right for you.

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Where to go in Africa in September

September in Africa see temperatures climbing steadily and many safari destinations across the continent rapidly approaching their annual best.

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Best Laid Plans: Why an African Travel Agent is Best

Today's travellers are savvy - especially when they're investing a substantial amount of money in an intenational vacation. The Internet makes it possible to research, plan and book almost every aspect of your journey, from airline tickets to hotel reservations and car hire. There was a time when it seemed that the role of a travel agent - essentially a personal advisor who helps you plan and book your holiday -  was becoming obsolete. So how is it possible that Go2Africa, an online travel agent, has grown from strength to strength at precisely the same time as so many travel agents were put out of business?

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Going Private: Getting the Best out of Botswana

Botswana was part of my life for five glorious years and I have yet to see wildlife anywhere else that can match it. It's a place where buffalo gather in their hundreds and elephant herds are measured in their thousands. 

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kwaZulu-Natal: Bush, Berg and Battlefields

Cape Town may be South Africa’s vacation capital and the Kruger National Park may be the country’s flagship safari destination but seasoned international travellers who yearn to get off the well-trodden travel path are quietly finding a new destination: kwaZulu-Natal.

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