What the press say

The Siren Shores of Mozambique

Conde Nast Traveller, Horatio Clare
Tales of mariners and mermaids fill the salty air on the coast of northern Mozambique. This is the beach at the end of the world and, like Lamu 20 years ago, it's attracting clever travellers desperate to keep it a secret.

Lessons in Survival

Scotland on Sunday, Angela McKean
The conservation message is loud and clear as you come face to face with some of Kenya's iconic wildlife.

Just São stories: a honeymoon in São Tomé and Príncipe

The Guardian, Daniel Metcalfe
The Seychelles aren't the only idyllic African island. São Tomé and Príncipe makes a more adventurous honeymoon destination.

School's out

The Times, Jane Knight
Ideas for adventurous families

Ten best safari holidays

The Guardian, Pascale Wyse
An 'affordable' safari

Hot Stuff

Scotland on Sunday, Sophie Brown
Oman, at the foot of the Saudi peninsula, has retained its ancient traditions to spectacular effect, giving this desert sultanate a thrilling mix of culture and adventure...

Spotting the King of the Swingers

The Mail, Ben Lyttleton
Ben Lyttleton travels to Tanzania's Mahale Mountains...

Hot, Hot, Hot

Conde Nast Traveller, Peter Browne
Peter Browne travelled to the remote Quirimbas Islands off the coast of northern Mozambique, hailed as the hottest new destination for sustainable tourism.

Top 10 Exclusive Safaris

The Independent, Mark Rowe
Embracing the wild doesn't need to be done in a row of 4x4s. Get off the beaten track for a more rewarding experience.

In Africa

Bthere Magazine
Companies such as Farside Africa now offer tourists the opportunity to give something back to the country they're visiting.

12 Best Active Hoildays in Africa

The Independent, Rhiannon Batten
Rafting, diving, trekking, riding. Active holidays are a great way to see Africa.

Save Africa: be a tourist

The Guardian, Rob Penn
Put that blunderbuss away. Today's safaris are about saving the animals, plants and even the local communities.

A wild way to relax

The Independent, Aoife O'Riordain
After a long day's giraffe-spotting, there's no better way to unwind than with a 'spafari'.

Escape: Small, but perfectly informed

The Sunday Times
Travelling with a big holiday company can be a soulless, impersonal affair, occasionally fraught with the kind of bureaucratic difficulties. The small companies who do it right...

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