Some travellers have a rough idea of where they want to go to Africa, but the reality is that most people don’t! (Or they find out that the place on their wishlist is not ideal for this time of year. But it’s only time that they can get away…) There are so many options, plus an even greater abundance of ‘opinions’ out there.
So to here is the next installment in our ‘Where to go in Africa‘ series. Here we’re talking about safaris for the months of February, March and April. We hope this inspires you!
This article in our ‘Where to go in Africa’ series is courtesy of Cedarberg Africa, a travel and safari company specializing in African tailor-made itineraries. We have special rates with all the hotels and game lodges, so you don’t pay any more than booking direct, and often less.
As you may be aware, Cape Town, and the Cape Winelands, had one of the worst droughts in recent history last summer (Nov 2017 to March 2018). Though we are in a much better position this year, we still need to be careful. So even though there is no chance of ‘Day Zero’anymore, there are… Read more »
Some might assume that most lodges have ‘come to the party’ and aligned themselves with environmentally friendly practices by now. Indeed a large number of them are making strides in altering their daily operations and are minimising their impact on the environment. But there are a few lodges who have come up with some innovative… Read more »
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