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As Ernest Hemingway put it, “I never knew of a morning in Africa when I woke up that I was not happy.” This is the perfect description of my recent trip to Africa. It has renewed my interest, passion, and love for this amazing continent. Africa is such a diverse destination with so much to offer people from all walks of life. Whether it’s to explore, relax, or simply connect with nature in its purest form, there is something for everyone. Being part of Goway’s AfricaExperts team is a pleasure. We are all dedicated towards one goal… to plan a trip for all our valued clients that leaves memories to last a lifetime.

My favourite places

  • Okavango Delta

    Africa & Middle East

    This UNESCO world heritage site is one of the rarest wilderness destinations in the world. Rightly named by the locals as "the hand of god", the Okavango Delta boasts a diverse ecosystem of plants and animal life. Cruising in a makoro, navigating through the narrow channels of Papyrus and reed in the Delta is a life changing experience.

  • Sossusvlei, Namibia

    Africa & Middle East

    Sossusvlei is a spectacular attraction. The dunes are very large and include some of the highest in the world. They are best seen in the early morning.

  • Masai Mara, Kenya

    Africa & Middle East

    The Masai Mara is one of the most unspoilt places to experience ‘the real Africa’, see the Big 5, and experience the culture of the Masai people which has changed little in over a century.

Did you know?

  • The best time to visit the Devil's Pool in Livingstone is during the hot dry season between September and November. During this time of the year, the water level of the falls is at its lowest.
  • Bushtops Camp in Masai Mara Kenya offers one of the best night game drive experiences. Their specially modified safari vehicles are equipped with a heat-seeking night-vision camera, whose infra-red images are relayed to screens on the seats.
  • January to March is not the best time to visit Madagascar; these are the wettest months on the island with February being the peak time for Cyclones.