7 Reasons to visit Mozambique now

Eye See Africa highlights some of the best reasons to discover the warmth and wonder of exotic and untamed Mozambique, ideal for the free-spirited adventurer.   Unspoiled Beaches and Tropical Islands With over 2500km of unspoiled beaches, Mozambique is the ideal beach destination. The stunning Mozambique beaches are secluded and the untouched silver sands stretch…

Eye On Africa. South Luangwa National Park – Zambia

Experts have dubbed South Luangwa to be one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world, and not without reason. The concentration of animals around the Luangwa River, and its oxbow lagoons, is among the most intense in Africa. The Luangwa River is the most intact major river system in Africa and is the life-blood…

10 things you did not know about Namibia

Namibia, also referred to as “The Gem Of Africa”, remains a largely untapped, dazzlingly beautiful hub of adventure. A true sense of oneness with nature can be found in Namibia. With her majestic dunes, vast, unspoiled wilderness, rich game, and one of the lowest population densities in the world, Namibia has earned her place as a…

Eye See Namibia through the lens of Daniela Cordova

Visit select wine farms with our in house Sommelier The South African Winelands are a destination in their own right and no visit to the Western Cape would be complete without a slow-paced exploration of a few select estates. Traditionally Stellenbosch and Franschhoek have held court with their historic vineyards and stately Cape Dutch homesteads,…

Focus On The Kruger National Park

Africa conjures up images of lion, elephant and rhino, rightly so as this is their natural home with no trip to South Africa complete without a safari. As the oldest established wildlife park, dating back to 1898, The Kruger National Park is the place for this. Where nearly 2 million hectares of unrivalled diversity of…

Voluntourism in the spotlight with new criteria

Fair Trade Tourism has unveiled new criteria for tourism businesses with volunteer offerings, which are effective from June 1. The new criteria pertain to conservation volunteer projects and orphanage programmes. The new Fair Trade Tourism criteria do not allow for any physical interaction by tourists or volunteers with a range of captive animals, including all…

Ten of Africa’s Most Romantic Honeymoon Retreats

There’s something magical about the big skies, African bushveld, rich traditions and seductive nature of Africa that adds romance to any given day, making it especially idyllic as the destination for a honeymoon. Whether you choose to safari on the game rich African plains or enjoy a few days relaxing at a coastal resort, you…