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By March, the wet season in Southern Africa is coming to an end. March is what we call ‘shoulder season’ as it lies between Summer and the start of Autumn


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The word Serengeti is an approximation of a word used by the Maasai which means “endless plains” or “the place that land runs on forever”.


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Comprising of permanent swamps, seasonal swamps, occasional flooded areas and dry land the Okavango Delta is one of the largest and most intricate wetlands


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February is in the middle of Southern Africa’s (Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Namibia) wet season. Despite the huge storms and heavy afternoon downpours, the bonus of travelling at this time of year is the stunning, lush green…


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Please note that the Table Mountain Cableway will be closed for annual maintenance from 8 July to 18 August, 2019.


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