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Where to go in Africa in July

Gathered around a cheerful fire, July’s safari travellers discuss the sightings of the day. The winter night sky is so full of stars it lends a luminous glow to the scene and the distant baying of hyenas promises a busy game drive in the morning.

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July & August: Book now for...

Timing is everything. If you want the best seats in the house, you need to book your place well in advance. When it comes to once-in-a-lifetime journeys to Africa’s vast playground, you definitely want front-row seats to all the legendary spectacles. 

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Beginner's Safari Guide to Tanzania

A great travel guide (like this one!) doesn’t replace the advice and assistance of an Africa safari expert but it does equip you to be an active and informed decision-maker in planning your safari. In this guide, we’ve focused on the tips and insights that will help you make the most of your time and money.

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What You Didn't Know about the Great Migration

Say the 'Great Migration' and most travellers picture hundreds of thousands of grunting wildebeest and elegant zebra, braving predators and charging into croc-infested rivers in an ancient cycle, often literally covering the vast plains as far as the eye can see...

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Rainy Days in Cape Town

Being from Cape Town we like to think that we live in the land of eternal sunshine – most Capetonians do. This isn’t too far from the truth as Cape Town's winters are peppered with occasional moments of glorious sunshine. And we're not talking about a feeble, washed-out winter sun but rich, golden days with warm colours, pleasant temperatures and no wind that makes for perfect hiking weather!

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48 Hours at Babylonstoren

There is so much to see and do at Babylonstoren – a deluxe working farm hotel in the Franschhoek Winelands – that’s best to arrive with some sort of plan. This is how we’d spend 48 hours at this very unique accommodation.

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Top 10 Restaurants in Africa & the Indian Ocean Islands

Each year, Africa's top chefs wait with baited breath to see how our continent will perform at the World's 50 Best Restaurants Awards. We're proud to report that Luke Dale-Robert's The Test Kitchen currently ranks 28th on this prestigious list, while Peter Templehoff's Greenhouse and Michael Broughton's Terroir both grace the Diners Club World’s 50 Best Restaurants Global Selection.

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A Bottle of the Best: On Tour in the Legendary Constantia Winelands

It may seem strange that South Africa's oldest and most venerable wine-producing valley is paradoxically also the one with the lowest profile. While the Cape's rolling Winelands, which are made up of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl, vie for attention - and thus get a lot of the acclaim - Constantia treads a quieter path, secure in the knowledge that two of its estates date back to 1685, making them the oldest in the country. For nearly 330 years, Groot (Great) and Klein (Small) Constantia have been harnessing the unique terroir and cool, crisp climate that lies between the Atlantic Ocean and Table Mountain range to create magnificent wines, including one of the most hailed of all time: the legendary Vin de Constance.

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Where to Go in Africa in June

Halfway through the year, Africa’s mostly dry winter months arrive along with safari season.

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A Taste of the Hermanus Wine Route

It’s no secret that Hermanus is home to what is arguably the world’s best land- and boat-based whale watching. Every year, thousands flock to this picturesque town lying on Walker Bay (about 90 minutes’ drive from Cape Town) to be enthralled by the mating and calving antics of southern right whales as they arrive on their annual migration from the icy Southern Ocean to the balmy shores of South Africa's Garden Route.

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