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Landlocked Swaziland is dreaming of becoming a maritime power

Durban, Port of Richards Bay, Mombasa, Dar Es Salaam, Lagos… Africa is not short on monolithic seaports. These huge harbours act as vital access points for global trade and have [...]

It’s time to go to Mozambique

There’s no denying Mozambique has a chequered past – 15 years of civil war followed by low level infighting between the country’s opposing parties. But, with last year’s peace agreement [...]

River Cruise
Africa’s most adventurous river cruises

If you’re looking for a once in a lifetime adventure, then an African river cruise is the holiday for you. Not only does this diverse and expansive landscape offer stunning [...]

Azura – the perfect island paradise

There are very few tropical island retreats which actually live up to the fantasy of being the “perfect” beach getaway – you know the idea: soft white sand meets perfectly [...]

Ibo – a living museum

The Bard had it right when he asked “what’s in a name?” Nothing? Perhaps. Everything? Maybe. And although roses do indeed smell as sweet if we do not know what [...]

Mozambican island magic

There’s something to be said for tropical islands. Every one I’ve ever visited has claimed to be a “paradise” and has the obligatory palm trees lining an impossibly perfect-looking beach. [...]

Lugenda – Mozambique’s lost wilderness

There is a wild place in the far north of Mozambique which has been “calling” to me for years. Filled with the promise of a wilderness experience par none and [...]

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