Get the latest information on natural disasters, political instability, civil unrest and how it may affect your travel plans to Zimbabwe.
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The Devil's Pool at Victoria Falls is considered to be one of the most exciting but dangerous experiences. Are you covered by travel insurance? Here's what you need to know before you go.
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We're still working on our own traveller-specific safety tips for Namibia. In the meantime here's some great information from the "US State Department's Overseas Security Advisory Council" (OSAC), which is part of the Bureau of Diplomatic Security.
We're still working on our own traveller-specific safety tips for Swaziland. In the meantime here's some great information from the US State Department's Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), which is part of the Bureau of Diplomatic Security.
Lesotho came into being as a mountainous sanctuary against the political turmoil and violence that has hit other areas of the continent.
Unspoiled landscapes, rugged mountain trails and rural retreats are the major drawcards for travellers to Lesotho. Unfortunately, getting to these isolated spots means braving some challenging roads and dodgy drivers.
If you're taking a holiday in Lesotho you'll almost certainly be spending most of your time in the mountains.
Zimbabwe like a lot of African countries follows a certain set of rules. Love or hate them, these must be followed or you will find yourself in a tough situation.
Zimbabwe was once an African powerhouse. A nation at the forefront of regional politics. But in recent decades, its become a country in political turmoil, split by Robert Mugabe and not the ideal spot for easy-going tourists.