All of Africa with Great Safaris

TweetGreat Safaris Selection of Safaris most comprehensive in the industry Award-winning luxury safari outfitter Great Safaris offer access to all corners of the Continent of Africa. When planning a trip of a lifetime why not enjoy pure luxury? The lodges … Continue reading →

Real Africa Indian Ocean Beach Escapes

TweetUK based safari specialist Real Africa has launched new beach escapes to complement their tailormade safaris and bush and beach product and to highlight the quality and accessibility of beach retreats in Africa. Offering idyllic islands like Mauritius and the … Continue reading →

Country Walkers – New Safaris and Walking Vacations‏

TweetCountry Walkers, an award-winning active travel company. For 35 years, Country Walkers has provided active, experiential and stunning travel experiences on five continents. Based in Waterbury, Vermont, Country Walkers’ unique adventures and insider access bring the beating heart of a … Continue reading →

Best Lodges In Africa 2015 App

TweetThe independent Good Safari Guide launches its 2015 directory in app form for the first time on the 15th March 2015. “The Good Safari Guide is the definitive ‘Who’s Who’ of the safari industry; every year Fundu are featured confirms … Continue reading →

Goway Upgrades Its Africa Catalog with Major Additions

TweetGoway Travel’s AfricaExperts division significantly upgraded its Africa catalog with new programs for 2015. At the top of the list, Goway is offering a Signature Morocco program, one of its top-of-the-line Holiday of a Lifetime series, the first departure of … Continue reading →

What Do Safaris, Dutchmen and Italian Knights Have in Common?

TweetEncompass Africa, one of Australia’s most respected Safari specialists, is hosting a colourful event on Thursday 18 September to welcome experts on Africa, Stefano Cheli and Ton De Rooy to town. Stefano is an Italian living in Kenya who has … Continue reading →

Safari Companies Address Ebola Fears by Waiving Cancellation Fees

TweetEbola fears have hit the African safari industry hard. A September report showed that half of the 500 safari companies surveyed are coping with a staggering 20-70 percent decline in bookings. Several leading safari companies responded to these unfounded fears … Continue reading →

Overlanding’s Most Popular Gap Year Routes. New Trends, New Trips

TweetIt’s official: ‘Snap Gaps’ have overtaken the traditional, longer, transcontinental break of between 6 – 9 months with gap year travellers. During Dragoman’s 33 years in operation, the overland specialist has taken hundreds of travellers on gap year adventures, offering … Continue reading →