BOTSWANA

Botswana is one of the top African safari destinations that still deliver fantastic adventure safaris. Its diverse and unspoilt landscapes provide natural habitats for varied wildlife. Botswana lies in South Africa and its landscapes consist of vast bare flat plains.

The Okavango delta is perhaps the most remarkable feature on the Kalahari sands. It empties its waters into the sands creating the largest inland river delta in the world. It is the prime destination for game viewing offering intimate contact with nature. Its clear waters and islands are home to an astounding variety of birds, plants and small animal species.

The Chobe National Park is a beautiful grassland reserve that has gained international recognition for its abundant elephant population. Southeast of Chobe are the huge Makgadikgadi salt pans, home to large herds of blue wildebeest, antelopes and flamingoes.

The Kalahari Desert dominates most of the country; it is therefore sparsely populated and is one of the richest wildlife regions in Africa.

EGYPT

Egypt is a popular for its ancient civilization and some of the world’s most iconic landmarks, which even made it to the ancient list of World Wonders. The great monuments along the River Nile include the massive Giza Pyramids, The Great sphinx and the ancient temples of Luxor dating back thousands of years.

Egypt

Egypt is not a just a destination for historic vultures but also offers opportunities for other adventures such as snorkeling and diving along the Red Sea, trekking across the eastern desert and hiking to the heights of Mount Sinai. It is also a popular spot for luxury holidays with many beautiful resorts in stunning surroundings where you can forget about your worries.

The Temple of Karnak is yet another impressive ancient religious site north of Luxor that represents the effort of several generations of Egyptian builders.
The Red Sea off the coast of Egypt offers some of the most beautiful seascapes on the planet. The waters of the Red Sea offer clear visibility of wide expanses of coral formations on the reefs; it is home to vibrant sea creatures.

A trip to this historical gem of Africa is incomplete without a relaxed cruise down the river Nile in a traditional Felucca.

THE GARDEN ROUTE

The Garden Route is one of the most picturesque stretches of coastlines in the world. No visit to the Western Cape is complete without at least a few days exploring the gorgeous coastline. The naming is from its lush greenery and the dense Tsitsikamma Forest. The coastal route traverses through the towns of Mossel Bay, George, Wilderness, Sedgefield, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay and Natures Valley. Each of the towns offers unique attractions and charms.

The Garden Route is ideal for a self-drive tour along the N2 highway from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth through the farming region of Overberg.

Alternatively, the route 62 offers another incredible drive through Breeder River, Valley towns of Robertson and Ashton on to Oudtshoorn before connecting with N2 at George.

Romantic, relaxing, family fun or active, the Garden Route has it all. Activities such as hiking, swimming and walking are plentiful, spectacular views and feasting on oysters are some of the offings of the route.