Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cape Town to Nairobi & Gorillas 56 Days Tour price: R 46,700

Gorilla Uganda
This epic fifty six day safari covers all the highlights of nine countries in east and southern Africa. Stare into the soft brown eyes of a gorilla, watch thousands of animals trample the plains of the Masai Mara and the Serengeti, bask on the palm-lined beaches of Zanzibar Island, and idle away sunny days on the banks of Lake Malawi. Further south are the thundering Victoria Falls, the vast wilderness of the Okavango Delta, the towering sand dunes of Namibia’s Namib Naukluft National Park, and dynamic Cape Town, easily one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
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Travelling with children

All children entering or exiting South Africa are required to travel with an unabridged birth certificate, containing particulars of both biological parents. This applies even when both parents are travelling, and to all nationalities. When only one parent or a

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While travelling

What are the guidelines for photography?

There are many wonderful scenic photographic opportunities and your crew will stop at the best sites for you. You are also welcome to request a stop if you spot something special.

When photographing people,

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Weather considerations

How will the weather be?

Weather varies widely between Southern and East Africa, and it’s worth researching the countries you intend to visit. Winter in Southern Africa is from June to August and it can be very chilly at night.

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What should I bring?

One soft duffle-type bag, weighing no more than 12kg, is the best luggage to have for overlanding. Hard case luggage takes up more than the space you have, and wheels will only get damaged.

Items to

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Insurance & documentation

Do I need travel insurance?

Yes! Travel insurance is compulsory on all of our tours and in order to book you will need to supply proof of your policy. Please ensure that air-evacuation is included, in case of a medical

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Health & safety

What are the health considerations?

You need to be in good health to join an overland tour. Should you have a specific medical condition, you will need to advise us of this before your trip begins.

Be sure to pack

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Meals & accommodation

What’s the deal with meals?

Hearty, balanced meals are provided three times per day unless otherwise specified. These are cooked on a fire or camp stove using mostly local ingredients, on a rotating roster basis. Vegetarians are catered for with

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Money & budgeting

What’s the best currency to bring?
The best exchange rate is usually given for US dollars cash, irrespective of local currency. Try to bring a mix of smaller and larger bills, and be aware that US$100 bills may not be

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