In South Luangwa National Park It’s dusk, the hour between the butterfly and the moth.* With my personal guide and spotter, I am out in a private game vehicle, from KuKaya - the newest of The Bushcamp Company properties.
The Zambezi River in Zambia draws an abundance of game and birds, making for exceptionally good safari sightings and spectacular sunset reflections.
Robin Pope Safaris have specialized in walking safaris in big game areas since their inception in 1986.
Strolling from my Luxury Suite to the newly constructed underground photographic hide in Kings Camp - sited in Timbavati Private Nature Reserve that is famed for its rare white lions - I am greeted by birdsong from branches of ancient indigenous trees.
Lake Kariba, in Northern Zimbabwe, 140 miles long by 20 miles wide, is the largest man-made lake by volume, in the world.
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Birkenhead House in Hermanus is positioned on the top of a cliff. The neat building, with primrose-yellow walls and white wooden trim, is constructed on a slope from road level down to the cliff edge.
Beneath towering baobabs, on iron-oxide laden sand and a grassy plain, lies Lolkisale Camp.
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With almost luminous lime-green bark that is slightly flaking and with feathery foliage, fever trees are exceptionally attractive.
Flying low over the remote Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia - in a six seater Proflight Zambia Britten-Norman Islander 2A - the mighty river with its riparian vegetation is impressive.
An intimate camp, with six old-fashioned rondavels - the traditional African dwellings with conical thatched roofs - Nsefu Camp is steeped in charm.
On the outdoor dining deck at Mukwa River Lodge, we sit at the front table looking out over a traditional wooden mokoro - filled with indigenous flowering plants - past the jetty to the Zambezi River beyond.
After a five minute boat ride from the Zambezi National Park mainland of Zimbabwe, we approach Kandahar Private Island in the Zambezi River.
Epitomizing a bygone era in train travel, Rovos Rail provides a stylish experience on the 870-mile journey from Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, to Pretoria in South Africa.