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If you are considering an escape to Africa’s wild places, your dedicated travel designer can answer any questions you have about travel during and post COVID-19.

Meanwhile, here are answers to some of your frequently asked questions about the safety and practicalities of travelling as the pandemic evolves.
 
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Game drive family with giraffe, Cottar's 1920s Camp, Kenya.
 
As we adjust to life with COVID-19, rules about travel are rapidly changing. Country borders are opening up and international flights resuming. Travel must resume and across Africa many countries have put policies in place to safely reopen their borders and welcome us back. Others are not far behind.
 
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A Taste of Africa from Jamala Madikwe
 
While at home over the last six months, we’ve been reminiscing on trips past. One of the highlights of any great safari is fabulous food in spectacular locations. We’ve been inspired to recreate some of the recipes we have enjoyed on our travels from the comfort of home. Managing Director Laura chose three of her favourites from a safari in South Africa as the first of the recipes we’d like to share with you in our newest blog series: Taste of Africa.
 
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The Benefits of Booking Your Next Trip Now
 
Advice around travel evolves daily and waiting to plan your next trip may seem more sensible. Yet, as the world opens up, there are great reasons to start planning now.

Our partners have used the last few months to refresh their spaces, train staff and prepare to securely host you. They have also devised some great value offers!
 
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Africa is unique, and Africa Exclusive means just that. There is no ceiling to the degree of exclusivity, no constraint upon what is possible. Fly by private plane straight into Africa’s finest lodges, booked exclusively for you. Everything; the cuisine, the safaris, the entertainment devoted to making this your ultimate holiday, by any standards.
 
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Elephant herd in line at Zarafa Dhow Suites, Botswana.
 
When the herds are on the move, it is the greatest spectacle on Earth. Feel the energy and witness the drama.
 
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Mokoro with elephant at Abu Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana.
 
Game drives are a fabulous way to cover lots of territory, but nothing beats continuing under your own steam to get really close to the creatures you’ve come to see.
 
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Ranger with baby elephants at Reteti Elephant Orphanage in northern Kenya
 
It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all sectors of business globally, not least the travel industry. Across Africa the halt of travel 'pressed pause' on the funding of national parks, private concessions and conservation initiatives, and left thousands without income to support their families.

For 30 years, we have championed the role that high-end safaris play in helping Africa's wildlife and wild places. The first line of defence are the dedicated rangers who work tirelessly to protect them. Without funds from tourism in the form of park fees and levies, their livelihoods have been jeopardised.
 
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Himba tribe at Serra Cafema, Namibia.
 
The future of our planet — including its wildernesses — depends on the people who live there. Engaging with communities is an essential component of long term sustainability.
 
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Hammock at sunset, Azura Quilalea, Mozambique.
 
We asked our travel design team for their personal recommendations of Africa’s most remote, adventurous, and idyllic islands and beaches.
 
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Guests enjoying drinks and canapes at Mara Plains Camp, Narok, Kenya.
 
The food that you eat on holiday can be the highlight of a trip, the presentation of the dishes worthy of a hundred photos, and the tastes of the different ingredients a happy memory long after you have returned home. But, when you are heading out into the African wilderness, far from human civilisation, supermarkets and restaurants with Michelin-starred chefs, what can you expect?
 
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Celebrating the Giraffe
 
A safari is one of the most rewarding holidays for families. It is the chance to spend quality time together, to share unique experiences. The giraffe is one of Africa’s most spectacular mammals. Shy in nature, you may first glimpse just a head above the tree line – their stature makes it impossible to hide – as they watch you respectfully approach.

To celebrate World Giraffe Day, we have collated some fascinating giraffe facts along with the best places in Africa to see them up close.
 
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