Now more than ever before, many of us are longing to return to nature, to take a deep breath and come back to a more grounded place. Isolation, social distancing, quarantine, and travel bans have left a lot of us with a collective sense of disconnection and unease. One thing is for certain; we have

In our lifetime, most of us fly at least 3-4 times a year making flying the most common means of transportation than ever before. While I appreciate Greta Thunberg’s views on flying, I personally know it’s impossible to get from one point to another without flights unless we have excessive wealth to spend on different

We were delighted upon receiving the Zimbabwe Tourism Board’s invitation to attend the Sanganai/ Hlunganagi Travel Expo held in Bulawayo and explore the Country. Our group was a mix of Tour operators and Journalists. We all met at London Gatwick Airport and checked in for our RwandAir flight to Harare’s Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport

From my time working at TGI Fridays as a budding Sauté chef, we were always taught of the “Swan Theory”; regardless of how challenging or stressful the situation, you must always remain calm on the outside and internalise your stress, like a swan gliding over the water, all you see is grace, but below the water

October is known as the “Suicide month” for travel to Botswana due to the extreme heat. However, if you are a die-hard wildlife enthusiast like me, you will not let this deter you. Despite the heat, October is the best month for wildlife viewing as the arid terrain forces the game to head towards the

As my flight approached Durban, the scenery unfolding before me was a great introduction to South Africa’s most vibrant location. I was told that the soul of Durban was the Golden Mile, the ocean waterfront area, and that’s where I headed right after checking into my hotel. I grabbed Durban’s signature food, the bunny chow,

The battle of a Botswana vs Tanzania safari is different because they are fantastic destinations to visit in Africa! But it is time to choose which of these incredible continents you want to start your adventure too. As you know when doing your research, Africa is a huge place. Many people mistakenly think of it

If you’re planning on heading on an African safari, it’s best not to delay. Research has suggested the world could lose two-thirds of its wildlife by 2020, unless urgent action is taken. The misuse of resources means that many beautiful animals, including African elephants in Tanzania, could be part of a vanished world. The Living

When packing for a beach holiday we all have those staple items: a bottle of sun cream, fashionable swim wear, travel money… But as you may have learnt, when researching those injections for yellow fever, preparing for an African safari is somewhat different. You are off on the adventure of a lifetime, after all. Would

The UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson recently accidently called Africa, the second largest continent in the world, ‘that country’. He was actually meant to say ‘continent’, but the faux pas was quickly picked up. This reflects the confusion many people in the UK have over Africa. Africa is absolutely huge, only surpassed by Asia in