Gliding through the maze of lagoons and waterways in the Okavango Delta in search of such rarities as the sitatunga antelope or Pel’s fishing owl is one of the most extraordinary game viewing experiences in Africa. The best time to travel is between March to November.
Braving the dangers of lurking crocodiles, hundreds of animals cross the Mara River at this time of year in search of fresh pastures offering spectacular game viewing in the Masai Mara.
The vast, shimmering salt pans of Etosha National Park witness the gathering of thousands of animals in their search for its life-giving waters. The mighty sand dunes of Sossusvlei and the haunting landscapes of the Skeleton Coast make ideal extensions.
This is dry season in this delightfully friendly little country. From tea plantations and upland plateaux to beautiful National Parks and the idyllic playground waters of Lake Malawi itself…this is a rarely visited gem.