Pelican Point Lodge with seals in the foreground

Kayaking with seals in Namibia

On her first visit to Namibia, our Africa Product Executive Laura was in complete awe of the ...

Reading Japan: Top 6 books

Japan is rich in culture and teeming with intricate and fascinating traditions, which make for excellent reading. We have picked out our six favourite books about the country to prepare you for your trip. MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA by Arthur Golden A compelling tale exploring life as a geisha in mid-20th century Japan, Memoirs of more »

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Lakaz Chamarel: A Tropical Oasis in Mauritius

When you think of Mauritius, pristine beaches, clear blue ocean and luxury resorts come to mind. This is of course the main draw to Mauritius! There is an alternative side to Mauritius though which is equally as beautiful.  Georgia was lucky enough to experience this whilst staying at Lakaz Chamarel. Lakaz Chamarel is a boutique more »

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Our Guide to Indonesian Food

Indonesia is a startlingly diverse country and its cuisine is no different, we thought we’d put together a guide to our absolute favourites. Gado gado Gado gado literally means ‘mix mix’ in Indonesian and is the perfect name for this delicious salad. Made up of a mixture of different vegetables, boiled egg and potatoes with more »

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Reading Namibia: Top 6 books

The downtime hours on your trip are perfect for relaxing with a book. These are our top six books on Namibia to help you get to know the country better. IN BUSHVELD AND DESERT: A GAME RANGER’S LIFE by Christiaan Bakkes In Bushveld and Desert is an entertaining book of wilderness stories written by famous safari guide more »

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