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Botswana

A landlocked country in Southern Africa with the majority of the territory covered by the Kalahari Desert. Botswana is renowned for its swamps, pans, semi-arid bushlands and some of Africa's most popular National Parks / Game Reserves - home to an abundance of Africa's wildlife including the Big 5.

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Burundi

One of Africa's smallest countries within the African Great Lakes region 3° South of the equator and part of the Albertine Rift.

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Comoros

An archipelago nation of 3 volcanic tropical islands (Grande Comore, Mohéli and Anjouan) rich in history and culture, located in the Indian Ocean at the Northern end of the Mozambique Channel between Madagascar and Mozambique.

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Kenya

A true African holiday getaway located on the equator where Mount Kenya soars over 5km (Africa's 2nd highest mountain after Mount Kilimanjaro), where a diverse variety of wildlife roam expansive savannah grasslands and where stunning tropical beaches have earned world heritage status.

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Lesotho

The highest country in the world (with an average / majority elevation of 1800m), landlocked entirely by South Africa. Lesotho's alpine climate is dominated by a rugged landscape, where rivers intertwine, majestic waterfalls crash and snow-covered mountains surround spectacular dams. Lesotho shares its peaks with the well renowned world heritage site of the Drakensberg.

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Madagascar

The world's 4th largest Island offers nature & wildlife enthusiasts a diverse ecosystem to discover. More than 90% of Madagascar's unique wildlife cannot be found anywhere else on the globe! Explore tropical rainforests, grassy plains, spiny forest deserts, palm lined white sand beaches, tropical Islands and deciduous forests where baobab trees tower into the sunset.

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Malawi

A landlocked country surrounded by Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia. Malawi is characterized by the mountainous Great Rift Valley and Lake Malawi (one of Africa's Great Lakes and the 9th largest lake in the world).

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Mauritius

A non-active volcanic island located in the Indian Ocean 200km North East of Reunion. Mauritius is a very popular holiday destination characterised by stunning white beaches, calm, turquoise blue lagoons (protected from the world's 3rd largest coral reef), mountainous terrain offering spectacular panoramic views and a strong Hindu cultural influence.

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Mayotte

A small tropical island (only 374 km²) and a region of France located 90km South East of the Comoros island of Anjouan in the Northern end of the Mozambique Channel. The islands are surrounded by a massive coral reef ensuring protection from outside ocean currents making home to a diverse variety of coral, marine life, mangroves, and boasts one of the largest and deepest lagoons in the world.

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Mozambique

Beautiful clear waters, white sand and blue skies, make this destination the perfect place to spend your holiday. Visitors often travel to Mozambique to spend their time off, snorkeling, scuba diving and enjoying the hot sun and warm waters.

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Namibia

The driest country in Sub-Saharan Africa with over 300 days of clear sunny skies per annum! Namibia is considered to have one of the world's oldest deserts where the highest sand dunes in the world stretch along the coastline. Explore Namibia's exquisite arid beauty from the Kalahari Desert, the Great Escarpment, the Skeleton Coast, Quivertree Forests to the Caprivi Strip in the North - where Desert Elephants and other wildlife (including the Big 5) roam. Namibia truely offers travellers some of the best desert safaris in ...

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Reunion

A tropical volcanic island (with very similar geographical and climatical characteristics to that of Hawaii) located 200km South West of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean. Both Volcanoes of Piton de la Fournaise (active) and Piton des Neiges (extinct) soar to extraordinary heights of 2632m and 3071m respectively creating a dramatic topographical contrast. Explore stunning white sand beaches with massive lagoons (ideal for safe bathing and snorkelling), black sanded beaches consisting of basalt from lava flow, spectacular ...

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Rwanda

Africa's 4th smallest mainland country, high in altitude and only a couple of degrees South of the Equator. Rwanda is home to a third of the world's Mountain Gorilla population found in the Volcanoes National Park where dense rainforests and bamboo vegetation dominate the mountain slopes of 5 volcanoes. Step into one of Africa's jungles to interact with Mountain Gorillas, trek up volcanoes, tour lakes & caves and to immerse yourself with traditional Rwandan ceremonies, dances and festivals for an unforgettable ...

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Seychelles

A tropical archipelago of more than 100 (granitic, coral sand cays, coral and raised coral) islands located in the Indian Ocean ±1755km East of Mombasa (Kenya) of mainland Africa. Seychelles is one of the world's most popular island retreats with so much to do and see. Explore dozens of uninhabited islands, stunning white-sand beaches, dive into beautiful azure waters where more than a 1000 fish species inhabit and witness the rare Giant Tortoise weighing over 400kgs.

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St Helena

A volcanic tropical island rich in history, located in the South Atlantic Ocean, 1215 Nautical Miles WNW from Swakopmund, Namibia.

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Swaziland

Officially known as eSwatini - The Swazi landlocked country is the 2nd smallest country within mainland Africa bordered by South Africa and Mozambique. Embrace the traditional Swazi culture and captivate the beautiful landscapes from the expansive grasslands in the lowveld, the Lubombo Plateau on the Mozambican Border to rain forests and deep gorges in the Highveld region to the West.

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Tanzania

A beautiful country on the East Coast of Africa above Mozambique renowned for its stunning beaches on tropical islands such as Zanzibar, Mount Kilimanjaro (Africa's highest mountain), gorgeous lakes and some of the world's best wildlife reserves such as the Serengeti National Park.

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Uganda

A landlocked country with an equatorial climate within the Nile Basin and the African Great Lakes region, sharing the world's largest tropical lake of Lake Victoria with Tanzania and Kenya. Like Rwanda, Uganda is another huge global attraction for viewing the endangered Mountain Gorillas - particularly in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Rwenzori Mountains National Park (both have earned UNESCO World Heritage Site status). Uganda is also popular for safaris and game viewing (10 National Parks) with the Queen ...

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Zambia

A landlocked country in Southern Africa neighboured by 8 different countries. Located on Central Africa's plateau over a kilometer above sea level, Northern Zambia is where the birth of the mighty Zambezi River (4th largest at 2574m in length) began. The world renowned river flows South past the historical colonial town of Livingstone where the spectacular 1.6km wide Victoria Falls roars on (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and where a replica of the "Broken Hill skull" (dating back between 125,000 to 300,000 years ago ...

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Zimbabwe

Witness one of the worlds largest and most spectacular waterfalls - Victoria Falls (also known by the Tonga people as "The Smoke that Thunders") - one of Africa's most sought after tourist attractions. Explore valleys where wildlife and ancient granite inselbergs (formed millions of years ago) coexist. Take an African Safari through Hwange National Park (1 of 8 National Parks) and spot the Big 5, or step back in time and wonder around ancient city ruins such as the Great Zimbabwe ruin near Masvingo.

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