AFRIKA Travel Stories


Congo  x  Botswana  x   South Africa  x  Tanzania

In our first eMag, we travel to Congo – where we explore the oldest national park on the African continent: Virunga National Park. Journey with us as we track mountain gorillas and climb the active Mount Nyiragongo volcano! 

From there, we head to Tanzania, where our journalist meets the local Maasai people, and ventures through the famous Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater.

In Botswana, our intrepid explorer takes a flight in a Cessna 210 over the only delta in the world that does not enter a sea, but dries up in the Kalahari desert: the Okavango Delta!

In South Africa, we go on a luxury safari around the  Kruger National Park and spend some time in the Sabi Sands, where we stay in exclusive, five-star style…


Kenya x  Namibia x  Zimbabwe x  Malawi

Our journalist will take you on a self-drive through the most empty country in Africa, with the most incredible, diverse natural splendour…Namibia! 

In Zimbabwe, join us on a self-drive and flights from highlight to highlight, as we rediscover the magic of safari in this comeback country. 

From there, we show you why Kenya is the perfect bush and beach destination as we combine a trip to the Amboseli at the foot of Kilimanjaro with a witnessing of the Great Migration in the Maasai Mara, and – finally – a stay in a stunning coastal villa to complete the trip.

Last but certainly not least, in Malawi we explore the various national parks of this small country, and marvel at the shores of the clearest waters in Africa around Lake Malawi.



Madagascar x Zambia x Ethiopia x Rwanda

Explore the epic Ethiopia through stunning photos and stories taking you to the highest lodge in Africa, where you can see wildlife from the Ice Age!

Michele and Timo share their adventure from a month spent in magical Madagascar, where they meet the Maki, hike between baobabs, and enjoy the pristine beaches.

South Luangwa in Zambia is so spectacular, we give this park its own story – complete with leopards and luxury walking safaris.

Finally, journey with us to Rwanda, which is known for its famous Mountain Gorillas, but also has so much more to offer…