There is something truly magical about a holiday to Africa. Each country offers a treasure trove of discovery and adventure, from exhilarating safari experiences to rich historical journeys, gourmet dining destinations to some of the world’s most remote and jaw-droppingly beautiful islands and beaches. What’s more, the combinations of holiday experiences within this vast continent are endless. Safari and beach, or beach and safari? Self-drive and island discovery. Vineyards, cities, beaches, wilderness, wildlife, culture, history, people… Africa has it all.

Destinations in Africa

Turquoise Travel Diaries: South African Sanctuary

by Lara Cowtan

Welcome to the Turquoise Travel Diaries, a collection of interviews, stories and excerpts from our fabulous team, as they travel around the world. Here at Turquoise we pride ourselves on unrivalled knowledge of the destinations in which we specialise, so that we can provide honest, expert advice to all our guests and fellow travellers. This week, our […]

Charley Boorman Interview: On His Safari Trip of a Lifetime in Kenya

by Grace Wright

This week at Turquoise HQ we were lucky enough to catch up with actor, action adventurer and motorcyclist enthusiast Charley Boorman. From Rhino tracking in East Africa to exploring the beautiful Kenya Coast, here he shares with us his incredible travel tales from his recent holiday to Kenya… 1. We know you have travelled the […]

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