Stanley & Livingstone Reveals New Suites

“It’s beauty that captures your attention – personality that captures your heart” – Oscar Wilde A great family destination that welcomes you to make yourselves at home, this beautifully reinvented boutique hotel aims to be a pause on your Southern African itinerary. The existing family-run accommodation is merely 10 minutes away from the majestic Victoria Falls,…
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Top 5 Reviews of 2018

“To travel is to live!” Hans Christen Anderson A big thank you to all our travellers who’ve reviewed us this year! We do everything in our power to make your dreams come true and there’s nothing better than when they do… Here are our top five reviews from 2018: Iconic Africa produced and delivered the…
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Getting to know the Kalahari

Travelling to the Kalahari is like traversing into a parallel universe. It’s a surreal location – not far from major city centres – that makes you experience a supernatural feeling as everything around you looms larger than life making you feel so small in comparison. The Kalahari is an eternal destination where time stands still…
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Dulini River Lodge Reborn

The splendour of Dulini Game Reserve lies in the exclusivity of its luxurious lodges. Hugged by a leafy canopy of Ebony and Leadwood trees, and gracing the banks of the seasonal Mabrak and Sand River, Dulini River Lodge re-opened its doors in early May 2018 after the long awaited completion of its major upgrade and…
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Property of the Month – The Silo Hotel

The newly opened Zeitz MOCAA gallery facilitates and represents local talent and emerging African, South African and African-heritage artists. The museum collects, preserves, researches and exhibits art pieces from the 54 states in Africa and artists who live elsewhere with African heritage such as African-American, Afro-Brazilian, and many others. The institution has nine floors, seven that…
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Getting to know Rwanda

Many travellers don’t know much about land-locked Rwanda – the fourth smallest country in Africa – and popular perception of what this luscious country is all about usually starts with gorillas and ends with Paul Kagame. This is understandable as Rwanda is one of only two countries that safeguards the last of the enigmatic gorillas…
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