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Africa travel tips and expert holiday Africa travel guide on African destinations including highlights, wildlife, safaris and hotels. Our favourite destinations are Kenya and South Africa.

glamping in Africa

Glamping in Africa

Africa has so much to offer luxury travellers who are keen on a safari experience. King-sized beds, claw-foot baths, duck-down duvets and polished teak floorboards are some of the fabulous luxuries you can enjoy in the African bush. When it comes to glamping in Africa (an abbreviation of glamorous camping),...
mountain kilimanjaro

Hiking Kilimanjaro

Seeing pictures of Mount Kilimanjaro might be enough to inspire you to go on a Kilimanjaro trekking adventure. If climbing Kilimanjaro is on your bucket list, your first question might be: how high is Africa's highest peak? Kilimanjaro is 5895m (19,341feet), which makes it the highest freestanding mountain in the...
uganda gorilla trekking

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

The most memorable travel experiences are often the ones that push you beyond your comfort zone. For me, my Uganda gorilla trekking experience in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is likely to become a staple dinner party tale for years to come. What a bucket list experience! Gorilla Trekking in Uganda https://youtu.be/hjjUtajt9co Is Uganda...
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Things to do in Mombasa

Kenya’s largest coastal city is shrouded in history and mystique. This coastal city has a rich history and an atmospheric Old Town with plenty of character. Here are 10 things to do in Mombasa. Things to do in Mombasa 1- Visit Mombasa's Old Town Soak in the ambience of Swahili life while...
what to do in nairobi

Things to do in Nairobi

Baby elephants, friendly giraffes and other wildlife are the focus of attention in Kenya's capital. Here are some things to do in Nairobi. While Nairobi is a modern African city, the colonial past that moulded Nairobi’s character still has a strong influence. You won't be bored as there are several...
Mention the word "safari" when visiting Kenya and most people think of driving around the Masai Mara with telephoto lenses in search of lions, cheetahs, elephants, giraffes and the elusive leopard or two. You might even picture hiking in the jungle on a Uganda gorilla safari. That's hardly surprising...

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