Coming back to Zimbabwe?

Posted on May 24, 2017 by - Interesting Reads

Considering a safari in Zimbabwe? Again…

For years our clients came to Zimbabwe to enjoy some of the best wildlife experiences the world could offer. But the past decade or more have seen very difficult times for this beautiful country – both politically and economically…

Recently we’ve seen a resurgence of confidence and reinvestment in Zimbabwe. Our clients already know that at certain times of the year (hint: just before the summer rains so September to December), it is much better to view the Victoria Falls from the Zimbabwe side. But now we are seeing a growing interest in visiting the rest of Zimbabwe.

So we thought it’s time to ask the questions that we all have:  What’s it like now; How’s the game-viewing, Will we be safe?….

We asked some of the top safari experts about the current conditions for tourism in Zimbabwe. Their answers were both heartening and realistic. But overall they demonstrate the overwhelming love that they have for Zimbabwe.

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Where to go in Africa in November, December and January

Posted on May 4, 2017 by - African Travel Tips, Interesting Reads

Studying a map of Africa and trying to plan a trip can be a daunting task. The options of where to go in Africa seem to be endless, don’t they? But if you are travelling between November and January, there are certain areas of the continent that are better to visit than others.

Here are our recommendations for where to go in Africa during November, December and January…

 

 

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. 

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Knysna vs Plettenberg Bay – the lowdown

Posted on March 29, 2017 by - African Travel Tips, Interesting Reads

Many visitors to the Garden Route like to stay at two different places along the way. It is however, rather unlikely to stay at both Knysna and Plett, as these two towns are a mere 30kms apart. So how do you choose between them?

Much of the decision is down to personal choice as each has a different appeal. In this article we give you the ins and outs of Knysna vs Plettenberg Bay …

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