Watch the great migration across open savannas, gawp as elephants salute the rising of the sun, prick your ears to the bellow of the silverback gorilla and observe the graceful leap of Madagascar’s lemurs.
Colour and scenery
The are the pinks, reds and oranges of the Namib Desert, stemmed by the silhouettes of dead acacia trees and the light refracting mists of Victoria Falls – better understood by their native name: Mosi-oa-Tuny: ‘Smoke that Thunders’.
Worlds old and new
African roots run deep – as deep as it goes for mankind; jam to entrancing tribal drums or haggle in the markets of the Maghreb for Moorish trinkets. Camp out in the bush under stars in a swish glamping lodge or swirl the sophisticated fruits of South African vineyards in the open air.