We flew via Johannesburg from Heathrow on South African Airways, the aircraft was modern and clean. Cabin crew do make a difference – enough said.
Hazel has 20 years of travel experience focussing on Africa, an area she is hugely passionate about.
Having spent 9 years living in South Africa, she was fortunate enough to travel extensively in the region and has visited Botswana, Zambia, Kenya, Mozambique, Zanzibar and Seychelles amongst others.
Entries by Hazel
The ways that you can experience wildlife in Africa is extremely diverse but not all suit all safari goers.
One of Botswana’s most famous attractions can’t be visited all of the time. In fact, the Okavango Delta Floods can only be seen a few months of the year.
This week’s blog is a guide to the major national parks in Tanzania. Tanzania is a beautiful East African country that is known for its vast areas of wilderness and areas of natural beauty.
At times, Mozambique can feel like a forgotten destination. But that’s what makes it so special to the first time traveller.
Tanzania is the land of safaris and best known for its incredible Serengeti Wildebeest Migration, there really is no better place to see game in Africa.
Tanzania is perhaps one of the most iconic safari destinations in Africa. Home to the Great Migration, a spectacular volcanic crater and one of the largest game reserves in the world, it’s easy to see why Tanzania sits at the top of every traveller’s bucket list.
There is no experience quite like going on a safari in Africa and you get to see things that you would never cast your eyes on anywhere else in the world.
Africa is the world’s second largest continent and is home to some of the most beautiful countries in the world with some of the most beautiful landscape and wildlife which is why that it is a well-known safari destination.
One of the most exciting animals to see on safari is the beautiful African elephant.