Superior Wildlife sanctuaries such as Phinda and Londolozi. Cape Town and District 6 Museum, the wine country including Stellenbosch, Constantia and Franschoek, special dinners, museums, and the Cape of Good Hope. Climaxing with a soaring wilderness and wildlife experience in Namibia.
For most travellers, the country of Namibia, formerly South West Africa, and before that a German colony, remains a mystery. It possess a beauty all of its own from its massive shifting sand dunes, said to be the highest in the world – Sossusvlei is a must for photographers, to the Etosha National Park where the ‘Big Five’ may be found. Add to that some wonderful German architecture in South Swakopmund on the coast and in Windhoek, the capital, and one has all the ingredients for a wonderful adventure.
“Imagine – four years you could have spent travelling around Europe meeting people, or going to the Far East of Africa or India, meeting people, exchanging ideas, reading all you wanted to anyway, and instead I wasted it at Roosevelt.”