A private tented camp set up in the southern deserts of MoroccoRead more
Travelling through Morocco you are immediately struck by a wonderfully intact culture founded on centuries of history
The High Atlas Mountains offer one of the best wilderness experiences in all of Africa
Essaouira on the coast is a wonderful place to spend a few days exploring the narrow streets, hanging out in cafes or enjoying the fresh seafood.
If you're looking for an formative cultural experience for your family, think about heading off into the Mountains for a few days
Simple white safari tents lit by lanterns are carried on the backs of camels or mules into the desert and High Atlas on our light mobile safaris Read more
Getting into real desert is a profoundly exciting experience. And thoroughly at odds with anything most of us experience in our daily lives
An african safari gets you up close to wild game like nowhere else in the worldRead more
For at least a part of your safari try a traditional safari under canvas. An experience unlike any otherRead more
Get off the beaten path to areas visited by few other touristsRead more
Strike out on foot in the company of an armed and highly experienced safari guide on a real walking safariRead more
Castle ruins in the Royal Enclosure in Gondar
Mountain villagers en route to the market in Lalibela
Picturesque Northern Highlands below Abune Yosef Mountain
Good Friday morning prayers and chanting priests in rock hewn church in Lalibela
Grooming Gelada monkeys in the Simien Highlands
Inquisitive village school children in the northern highlands
Early morning poling fisherman on Lake Awassa in the Rift Valley
Zambia is one of the best countries in Africa to experience a proper multi-day walking safari
Zambia's parks offer not only a great diversity of wildlife, but also the opportunity to experience it quietly, away from the crowds
The Luangwa Valley, Lower Zambezi and Kafue National Parks all offer the chance to see most of the major mammal species on safari
Zambia's small bush camps embody the "tread lightly" approach. Intelligent simplicity at its best.
The real reason to go for a game drive...
Evening at Lake Itezhi Tezhi at the southern end of the magnificent Kafue National Park
A pair of African skimmers display their stunning colouring, grace and agility in the evening light
If you get the chance, spend at least one night sleeping out under the stars in a simple flycamp
South Africa embodies the outdoor lifestyle - a wonderful climate, huge diversity of landscapes and plenty of ways to keep children entertained
A cruise on the immense Lake Jozini is one of numerous activities possible from Ghost Mountain Inn, Zululand
There are numerous small inns and homestays that offer excellent accommodation and a pleasingly non-hotel experience. Food is always a highlight.
Early morning at Thonga Beach Lodge on the wilderness of the northern Kwa Zulu Natal coastline
There are some great opportunities to take a safari while in South Africa, including tracking wild game such as rhino on foot
Stand on the battlefield on Islandwana and you can't fail to be moved by the scale of the events that took place here during the Zulu Wars.
The Drakensberg are a stunning and extensive wilderness, easily accessible for short forays or day walks.
Guides like Simon Blackburn at Spioenkop will bring the conflicts of the Boer War and Zulu Wars to life in a way few will have experienced