What is food without travel, or travel without food? The two experiences go hand in hand and the food of Africa can really make your safari holiday a memorable one.
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
Do you have a bucket list? If not, it’s probably time to start one as the world is full of beautiful places and interesting things to try.
A mobile safari experience is one of the most popular ways of exploring the wildlife of Africa and usually includes traditional tented camping with daily 4×4 morning and night drives.
I first went to Africa in 1998 and encountered its magic with a trip to KwaZulu Natal and the Kruger National Park on a 10 night trip.
Located in central Africa, The Republic of Congo is not a destination that is typically on the itineraries of travelers.
The week’s blog is about seven things to do in the Seychelles other than lie on the beach.
Many think that Africa is a country – it is not it’s a continent and a continent so vast that the United States of America, China, India and Western Europe could fit inside it and still leave some room for a few more countries!
This week’s blog is on the seven lesser known animals that you could get the chance to see on safari.
Namibia is located in southern Africa and is known for its natural attractions. The highlights include Etosha National Park, Fish River Canyon Park, the Namib desert, and the Kalahari Desert.
Known as, ‘the warm heart of Africa,” this country in the southern region of the continent is a top destination. It’s known for its stunning lake and its friendly people. And, its wildlife sightings are unique compared to the rest of Africa.