Scottish missionary and explorer David Livingstone is believed to have been the first European to view Victoria Falls in 1855. The indigenous name for the falls is Mosi-oa-Tunya—"the smoke that thunders". While it is not the widest or the highest falls in the world, it is certainly one of the most spectacular and is a highlight for many travellers. Its a natural starting point for an African safari.
Botswana is a southern African landlocked nation, bordered by Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa and Namibia, and is one of Southern Africa’s most popular destinations. Despite being quite a large country, Botswana remains one of the world’s smallest communities with just over two million people calling themselves citizens. Blessed with some of the most dramatic landscapes on earth, Botswana is a country unlike any other. From deserts to savanna, wetlands to salt pans, and with some of the greatest wildlife migrations on earth, Botswana is a remarkable place to visit. The Okavango Delta is the world’s largest inland deltas. Lush and green, it attracts animals in their thousands – most notably elephant, giraffe, springbok, zebra and lion. May to October is the dry season, and the best time to visit. With reduced rainfall, wildlife flock to waterholes, making it easy to spot the more elusive big game, like lions and leopards. On top of this, the hospitality of its people, and quality of its lodges and guides, cannot be overstated.
Namibia is Southern Africa's most westerly nation and is home to some of the world’s most beautiful desert plains and sand dunes. Known for its striking, vast open spaces, few countries in Africa can match Namibia’s extraordinary beauty. From rolling red sand dunes to a harsh, captivating coastline, and dotted with national parks and game reserves, this nation has a truly unique landscape. From May to October the climate is moderate and comfortable for travel.
Cape Town's most distinctive feature is its stunning setting: it lies on a dramatic coastline of pristine white beaches and icy waters, overlooked by the iconic flat-topped Table Mountain. It is arguably South Africa’s most picturesque city and while the world knows about the regions wine lands, it has become internationally recognised for the food culture also.
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