Photographer Phil Reeds was driven to visit Namibia when he saw haunting pictures of an abandoned town given over to the desert sands. On his trip with Audley, he chased glimpses of his own Big Five — the country’s singular landscapes and phenomena.
Intimate and authentic aboriginal cultural experiences, some of the country’s best snorkeling, national parks without the crowds, and the gleaming city of Perth: welcome to Australia’s wild west. Specialist Lee talks you though road tripping Western Australia.
Our South Africa specialists share six of the best experiences in the country that help your money go further, from a self-drive safari in the Eastern Cape to walking tours of Cape Town’s Bo-Kaap district or historic Stellenbosch with local guides.
Should you opt for the freedom and flexibility of a self-drive safari, or share the experience with a guide who can help interpret the bush and its wildlife? Our safari specialists discuss both options to help you decide.
In France, everyone picnics. Pick up a bottle of rosé, a baguette and some cheese and then find a shady corner where you can discover the pleasure of good, simple food enjoyed outside as your partake of this essential French tradition.
A vacation to South Africa often involves Big Five game drives, dining in top-quality restaurants and enjoying a spot of wine tasting. But there are also many experiences that get you up and moving. Here our specialists share some that they’ve tried and tested.
Australia’s lesser-visited southwest is ripe for exploration. Sophie from the Australia team recommends experiences to try in the region, from wine-tasting to intimate cultural encounters with the local Wadandi people.