Extend your Stay

It's easy to travel around Southern Africa by air, leaving you no excuse not to extend your Namibia adventure and discover the highlights of Southern Africa in the same trip. Explore Botswana - a safari-lover’s dream, discover the majestic Victoria Falls, explore the cosmopolitan city of Cape Town or the remote island of St Helena.

Botswana is best travelled around by small plane, hopping from lodge to lodge taking in stunning aerial views as you go. Highlights include Chobe National Park, home to the densest elephant population in the world, and the Okavango Delta. Track the elusive African wild dog in the Linyati Wetlands and cruise through the Okavango Delta noiselessly in a mokoro (dugout canoe).
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impala running through the delta

Victoria Falls
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Victoria Falls is one of Africa's greatest geographical features. At 1700 metres wide and over 100 metres in height, it is the largest single waterfall in the world. Visitors cannot fail to be inspired and amazed by the sheer size, power and beauty of this thundering curtain of water, which is roughly twice the height of Niagara Falls.
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south africa victoria falls aerial view

Cape Town
South Africa’s remarkably beautiful ‘Mother City’ has a lot to offer. Take a cable car to the top of Table Mountain for superb views. Visit Boulders Beach, home to a breeding colony of over 2000 endangered African penguins. Alternatively, leave the city and discover the beautiful Cape Winelands including charming Stellenbosch.
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south africa cape town harbour satb

St Helena
The remote South Atlantic island of St Helena offers great appeal to those looking to travel far off the beaten track. This ruggedly beautiful volcanic island is a British Overseas Territory, boasting a fascinating history, spectacular scenery and a wealth of marine wildlife. Currently, the only way to reach St Helena is by sea on the RMS St Helena from Cape Town. However, with St Helena's first airport due to open shortly, this remote island will become more accessible than ever before and travel times will be considerably reduced.
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st helena countryside viewpoint

My boat trip from Walvis Bay was one of the most surreal, unforgettable and special moments of my life. Before we had even climbed aboard we saw hundreds of pink flamingos fishing in the shallows, then immediately after setting sail, two cape fur seals launched themselves onto the stern of the boat. Then, a huge humpback appeared yards from our boat followed by some bottlenose dolphins. At this point, as we came to terms with the fact that the journey could not possibly provide any more surprises, we looked down and spotted a group of playful African penguins splashing in the surf below.
Gary Tombs
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