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[Infographic]: What to pack for a photographic safari

What kind of plug adaptors do I need for Africa? What kind of lenses are best for shooting wildlife? It’s time for your African photo safari and you’ve got questions! These handy infographics should help you with your camera bag checklist, and below you’ll find our top tips on preparing for a photographic safari, including a list of recommended camera gear. 

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Africa's Top 12 Romantic Treehouse & Forest Suites

A treehouse makes for the ultimate safari lodge - there’s nothing quite like a giant fig tree spiralling through your suite to make you feel totally immersed in the wonder and romance of Africa. And the best part: many of these camps are semi-permanent, meaning that everything can be totally removed to leave the landscape exactly as it was before. Aesthetically, the results of this eco-friendly approach can be simply astounding – here’s our top 12 selection of the most luxurious treehouse lodges, forest suites and sleep-outs in Africa.

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[Infographic]: What to Pack for an African Safari

African safaris are jam-packed with outdoor adventure, so you’ll need to be dressed appropriately. As you experience the captivating sights and sounds of Africa, you won’t want to worry about being uncomfortable or picking out an outfit each morning.

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Top 5 African Bucket List Experiences for Solo Travellers

I’ve travelled across most of Africa – from South Africa’s Cape Winelands to Namibia’s Skeleton Coast, throughout Botswana and Zimbabwe, to the archipelagos off Mozambique, from sultry Lagos in Nigeria to East Africa’s triumphant trio: Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya. I’ve spent two decades in a love affair with this continent, mostly as a solo traveller.

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Africa's Best Family Destinations: Safari on South Africa's West Coast

Cape Town is an starting point for a South Africa family holiday: from the city’s many local attractions it’s a comfortable drive up the West Coast to one of the most child-friendly reserves in Africa - Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve, a South African Natural Heritage Site set in the beautiful foothills of the Cederberg. Home to San rock art sites and plenty of flora and mountain wildlife (including the very rare and elusive Cape leopard), Bushmans Kloof offers a range of activities that make the most of the great outdoors.

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The Ultimate African Water Sports Bucket list

If you and your family are waterbabies, then Africa’s magnificent lakes and sultry Indian Ocean should be on your all-time bucket list. Offering exciting destinations that are somewhat off the beaten track, the sheer diversity of both the topography and creatures of these underwater worlds has to be experienced to be believed.

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[Infographic]: What to pack for an urban safari in Africa

If you’re travelling to Africa for a safari, chances are you’ll be stopping over in a city for a night or two. When it comes to beautiful Cape Town and its gorgeous Winelands, we wouldn’t blame you for wanting to stay for at least a week!

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History, Culture & Cuisine: Our Top Guided Walking Tours

A highlight of any trip to Africa is certain to be the people you meet. This land is made up of a rich diversity of warm-hearted people with fascinating stories to share; stories about their countries’ pasts and hopeful futures, their everyday lives, traditions and beliefs.

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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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Is it Safe to Travel to Kenya?

If you’re asking: 'Is it safe to travel to Kenya?' we’re glad to report that it is.

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