If the exploits of Kate Humble and Simon King in the BBC Africa 2013 series – most recently in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley – have whetted your appetite for a genuine adventure of your own, then the answer has to be Chameleon Worldwide’s independent 14-day Falls, Bush and Beach in Luxury holiday.
Zimbabwe has always been a hot favourite with the more adventurous, but Acacia Africa is putting the country at the forefront of its 2014 brochure due to rising demand. Featuring on all of the tour operator’s new overland expeditions, Zimbabwe is joined by Mozambique, Africa’s hidden jewel complimenting the off the beaten track nature of the safari specialist’s itineraries.
Nomad Tanzania, one of East Africa's original safari companies, has announced the latest addition to their Tanzanian portfolio, Kigelia Ruaha. Set in a secluded grove of Kigelia in Southern Tanzania on the banks of the Ifuguru Sand River, the camp is sited in the best wildlife area in Ruaha National Park.
Explore one of the world’s natural wonders, parks rich in game and the cultural attractions of Lusaka in a new itinerary celebrating 50 years of independence that shines a light on Zambia’s treasures.
Leading singles specialist, Friendship Travel, has announced savings of up to £350 on its Christmas holidays in Sharm El Sheik, which depart Gatwick on 22 December.
Expert Africa has learnt that any bookings made to Zambia after 1st January 2014 may suffer a significant price hike.
Healthy holiday company Satvada Retreats has created a five-night luxury New Year’s break to Morocco from 29 December – 3 January, for those who would rather relax, exercise and see in the New Year with like-minded people, than party till dawn and regret the consequences.
Fleewinter has launched a new seven-night itinerary called Moroccan Gastronomy Tour, providing a thorough introduction to the variety of the delicious cuisine to be found the length and breadth of Morocco, from simple (but delicious) Berber fair, through to the high end of ‘Gastro Morocco’ to be found in the fine-dining restaurants of Marrakech, Essaouira and other major towns and cities.
Having set themselves the target of building Africa’s greenest hotel, owners Mario and Annemarie Delicio are thrilled by the opening of Hotel Verde.
Official statistics show that tourists continue to flock to South Africa three years on from the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Rickshaw Travel is not a tour operator. It’s not even a holiday company. It’s a unique provider of travel adventures. Since 2008 and in 17 incredible destinations all across Asia, Latin America and Africa, Rickshaw has ensured its clients can enjoy and fully experience local culture and independent travel without stress or hassle . . . and now it has launched a brand new South Africa program.
Ancient Sands, a brand new luxury resort and residential project based in the Red Sea town of El Gouna, will begin welcoming guests to its first five-star apartment hotel in April 2014.
The largest on-the-ground volunteering operator in Africa, African Impact, has announced its latest volunteer project in Zanzibar to protect against the risk of endangering friendly bottlenose and humpback dolphins which have of late, become a major tourist attraction in Zanzibar.
The stylish Ambassador Hotel, in Bantry Bay in Cape Town, is pressing ahead with its service and facilities upgrade with the opening of Koi, a restaurant that is known for its exemplary Asian cuisine.
Tunisia enjoyed a bumper summer season, welcoming 287,541 Brits between January-August 2013, a boost of 29.4 per cent on the same period last year and up 22.5 per cent on 2010's record breaking tourism figures.
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