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Join us for the ride on the adventure of a lifetime as we explore the hidden gems of Africa, camera in hand and curiosity in our hearts. Our Female Travel & Review blog is captivating from the Okavango in Botswana, where nature thrives in all its glory, to the mesmerizing Makgadigadi Salt Pan that will leave you in awe. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of the San people, also known as the Bushmen, and discover their remarkable traditions.
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To explore the Okavango Delta we had o travel five hours up the main canals and were weaving our way through the grassy wetlands to our first island camp.
Sleeping in the Makgadikgadi Salt Pan
is one of the most unique places I have ever slept. I was not prepared for the beauty of this desolate landscape and the feelings it would evoke.
The Bushmen, who have traditionally resided in the vast expanses of the Kalahari Desert spanning Southern Africa, including regions of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, and Angola, boast a cultural heritage that is both profound and diverse.
Campsites we love
Discover the best campsites that we absolutely love. From scenic views to amazing amenities, we’ve got you covered for your next outdoor adventure. Find your perfect camping spot and start making unforgettable memories in the African wild.
Bonamanzi Game Reserve offers a peaceful bush experience with the Big 4 (no lions). Stay in a luxury campsite and enjoy game drives to see elephants, rhinos, buffalo and more. Relax by the pool with wildlife nearby.
The Sable Hide Sleepover is situated approximately 10km from Phalaborwa Gate in Kruger National Park.
Tsendze, A unique and scenic campsite in northern Kruger. A rustic camping experience with modern amenities like outdoor showers and wash bays. The campsite attracts abundant wildlife, making it a birder’s paradise with sightings of birds like hornbills, barbets, and franklins.
Northern Kruger | South africa
The star highlight is the magical waterhole visible from some campsites, attracting plentiful game like elephants and wild dogs. Birders will also delight in sightings from the wooden hide. Campers looking for a comfortable stay in a game-rich area of Kruger will greatly enjoy their time at Punda Maria.
Bush and River Camp – Limpopo Province.
This Hidden Gem is 6km away from the Pafuri gate, the most Northern gate of Kruger National Park. There are several campsites to choose from all with their own charm, from river views to camping under the arms of a magestic baobab tree.
North KwaZulu Natal
This unique camp borders the legendary Hluhluwe UMfolozi Park and is just just 3 km from Nyalazi Gate, a main entrance to Hluhluwe UMfolozi Park. The campsites are community-driven and a have beautiful view across Hluhluwe National Park.
Not for the faint-hearted! This beautiful Walking Safari wilderness in Imfolozi is not for the...
As we embarked on our Leopard Trail hiking adventure, we looked up and couldn’t believe where we were going, a beautiful and daunting vertical climb that seemed to reach the sky.
Adventure Kayaking on the Orange River, the longest river within the borders of Lesotho and it extends into South Africa, Namibia and Botswana to the North. Clean clear water and beautiful unspoilt river banks to camp on.