Possibly the most breathtaking cultural experience in in contemporary Mozambique
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A new and exclusive dinner venue and experience - Sunset Dinners @ The Victoria Falls:
A few meters upstream from the mighty Victoria Falls, on the bank of the Zambezi River, lies an exclusive dinner site, within the National Heritage Site, which houses The Victoria Falls. This exclusive site is flanked the Zambezi River, the Victoria Falls, and natural African bush - making it an ideal setting for a magical evening dinner.
To even further enhance the overall experience, dinners…
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Clients will now be able to enjoy a new activity –“rhino tracking experience” in Liwonde National Park for guests at Mvuu Camp and Lodge.
This exciting new conservation-based activity includes a briefing on the plight of the black rhino, a three hour walk into rhino territory (where guests will be able to participate in practical monitoring) and it ends with a bush breakfast or dinner.
This activity will allow guests the opportunity to see black rhino in the wild on foot, learn…Continue
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South Africa’s tourism industry has announced that they built on the momentum achieved during a record-breaking 2010, by growing a further 3.3% and attracting 8,339,354 international tourists in 2011.
The official 2011 tourism statistics were released by South Africa’s Minister of Tourism, Marthinus van Schalkwyk, who said that despite tough global economic conditions South Africa’s tourist arrivals had surpassed the 8,073, 552 mark it reached when recording 15.1% growth in 2010, on…Continue
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Travellers must supply a yellow fever certificate issued at least 10 days before arrival in South Africa if you have travelled from a country with yellow fever. This includes when entry is solely to transit through a South African airport. If you do not have a valid certificate, you will be denied entry to South Africa. .
As of 1 October 2011, a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from travellers over 1 year of age arriving from the…Continue
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As of 1 April 2012, Air Namibia have introduced additional flights on their Windhoek/Maun/Windhoek schedule.
SW792 departs Windhoek at 08:15 on SUN, MON, WED, FRI – arriving Maun at 10:30.
SW791 departs Windhoek at 13:45 on TUES, THUR, SAT – arriving Maun at 17:45.
SW792 departs Maun at 11:05 on SUN, MON, WED, FRI – arriving Windhoek at 13:10.
SW791 departs Maun at 18:25 on TUES, THUR, SAT – arriving Windhoek at…
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SAAAirlink has confirmed that it will commence operating daily scheduled commercial flights between Johannesburg (ORTIA) and Maun, Botswana from Friday 15 June, 2012.
“Airlink is very pleased to have recently been awarded designation on this route by the South African Department of Transport and we can confirm that this has been acknowledged and accepted by the Botswana authorities. The route services a premier international African safari market and will work in synergy with a number…Continue
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Delaire Graff Lodges & Spa has matured beautifully into arguably the most sought after property in the winelands. Every aspect of the property aims to show off the best…Continue
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ITINERARY AT A GLANCE
01 Nairobi, Kenya Giraffe Manor Hotel
02 Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge
03 Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge
04 Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda Depart
Day 01 –Nairobi; Giraffe Manor
On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi you will be met airside as you descend the aircraft steps by the dmAFRICA…
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From the Big Five to the leviathans of the deep, Phinda Private Game Reserveis ideally situated to offer wildlife viewing on both land and water. Now, in addition to morning and afternoon game drives and a plethora of other adventures, guests to the reserve can also enjoy two to five-hour, boat-based whale viewing expeditions at nearby Sodwana Bay in South Africa.
Available from June to October, these marine adventures set off in the warm Indian Ocean waters in…
Added by Daniel Brown on February 23, 2012 at 17:33 — No Comments
Nyungwe Forest Lodge won the ‘World’s Best’ award for:
“Best International New Small Hotel - Construction and Design” at the International Hotels Awards event
held on 18th Jan. 2012 at The Savoy Hotel in London,beating other regional and continental…Continue
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Experience, Learn, Connect, Bond.
Increasingly, families are seeking meaningful travel excursions that incorporate the whole family. People want to interact with local cultures and celebrate the distinctiveness of a destination. No longer is the travel experience just about seeing a new place. What is important, is to learn a new skill or gain a new understanding about how the world works or how people live in their regions.
An African safari with Singita…Continue
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Serengeti House, the latest addition to…Continue
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Tswalu ceremony options:
And the list goes…Continue
Added by Daniel Brown on January 19, 2012 at 17:53 — No Comments
The year 2012 is the Year of the Olympics, where the main events are taking place in the UK.
However, a more imaginative and creative Olympic event has recently taken place in Kenya’s Maasai Mara involving the team that found you the Purple Elephant.
Arranged and sponsored equally by dmAFRICA, Alex Walker’s Serian Luxury Mobile Tented Camp, ITEM Travel Management of Istanbul, the Istanbul YPO (Young President's Organisation) and the tribal elders of the local Maasai village, a…Continue
Added by Daniel Brown on January 19, 2012 at 13:30 — No Comments
We would like to thank you for your continued support of dmAFRICA which has helped us to expand our operations into more than forty countries on the African continent.
Moreover , the progress of the team which brought you the first sighting of the Purple Elephant has now moved beyond Africa.
Yes, we now offer you and your clients destination management and programme creativity in China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Bhutan, Vietnam,Nepal, Malaysia, Japan and elsewhere in the Far East.…Continue
Added by Daniel Brown on January 18, 2012 at 19:00 — No Comments
Cottar's 1920s Safari Camp is opening of this exclusive Mara homestead called 'Cottar's Private House' in Kenya. The homestead is set amidst a backdrop of the Olderekesi Hills, bordering the infamous Maasai Mara National Reserve and has…
Added by Daniel Brown on December 14, 2011 at 1:07 — No Comments
dmAFRICA is pleased to be able to offer discerning clients this chic floating retreat.
Molori has brought its signature unparalleled international design and extraordinary personalised service, style and comfort to the high seas. Featuring the carefully cultivated…Continue
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More than 800 bird species are found in Ethiopia, of which 16 are endemic. A further 14 species are shared with Eritrea, which was part of Ethiopia until 1991. Ethiopia’s diverse habitats, highlands, lowlands, forests, lakes, wetlands and riverine systems provide sites for wintering or passage birds.
Important Bird Areas of Ethiopia, published by the Ethiopian Wildlife and Natural History Society, provides a list of 69 sites, spread throughout the country, with much work in…
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