Whether you are a wide eyed first-timer or a regular visitor, Africa will blow you away.

Upon which the continent’s epic narrative is composed, the canvas reason enough to see, and is itself astonishing. In the tropical rain forests of waterless tracts of the Sahara and Central Africa to the never-ending rippling dunes, in the touch savannah of the green and east to jagged mountains -tinged highlands all over the continent, Africa has few peers as it pertains to natural beauty.
You awaken at the center of the nighttime and you are lying in your tent. It is not light. Someplace outside a sound can be heard by you. A rustling perhaps, or the breakage of tree branches. You simply do not understand where, or what. But you know, it is available.


Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia & Zimbabwe encounter rains between March and November. Seychelles has the Northwest Monsoon two primary seasons and the Southeast Monsoon divided by two comparatively brief Inter Monsoon intervals. The climatic states of South Africa typically range in the southwestern corner subtropical in the northeast, and to temperate in the central plateau. The climate in Lesotho is a combination of temperate and subtropical. May to August are cooler through the nighttime in June and July with chilly temperatures. When it comes to interests and landscapes, the areas are very distinct. East Africa boasts the Ngorongoro Crater, the Serengeti Plains/Maasai Mara ecosystem as well as Mount Kilimanjaro.


The wildlife species within the two places are basically the same; just some birds as well as a few mammals and reptiles are different between the regions and most of the predators and plains game could be found in both regions. East Africa offers herds of wildebeests and zebras in the countless thousands. The yearly migration involving the Maasai Mara in the north and the Serengeti in the south in Tanzania is a scene now, unequaled anywhere on world. Nevertheless, Zimbabwe and Botswana are home to 80% of Southern Africa’s 300,000 elephants are an herds and enormous common sight along their northern boundaries Zimbabwe loves natural beauty and abundant wildlife. From their enormous boulders as well as the Matopo Hills, to the primeval Great Zimbabwe ruins going back to the great roots in Africa, to a variety of wildlife reserves and national parks offering excellent game viewing.

Hwange Nation Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe as well as grassy plains and the saltpans support a sizable concentration of creatures. Mana Pools is famous for the canoe trails and Lake Kariba know because of its wealth of wildlife including crocodiles, hippo, buffalo, rhino, elephant and lion.

Places in Africa

Find More  


Find More  

Uganda, Africa, and a different outlook!

UGANDA – Uganda unfurls in banana fronds, green hills, and tawny grasslands from the capital city of Kampala. Into the Rwenzori Mountains, the savannah rolls right up in the west, the greatest mountain range in Africa, which separates Uganda from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Maybe it is the compact jungle blanketing the purple light as the sun sets, the …

Continue reading  

Cape Town in the colder season

With everything from Friday Jazz Evenings to whisky tastings sessions to warm you up during the chillier months, the V&A Waterfront has sure enough thought out some clever ways to keep the cabin fever at bay as winter rolls in across Cape Town. After a beautiful afternoon exploring the frozen coastline, our tour guide, Jesse, dropped us off at the …

Continue reading  

My South African Introduction:

Although a little local budget airline did fly called Mango. As well as burst into laughter – the inflight magazine. It is called Juice. Get it? Mango Juice. Wahahaha! or instead, by its name.. It turned out to be an airline that is fairly efficient. I do not recall the touchdown. Which means no lump or anything scary like that. …

Continue reading