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The Real Africa: 72 Years In The Making



72 years in the making…we introduces you to our Africa – brand new trips that Trafalgar has crafted with first-hand knowledge and a connection to the local heritage that you won’t find with anyone else.

For us, it’s being able to share our love of Africa – our iKhaya or ‘home’, where the Tollman family story all began. The photos are our own and from a dear family friend, wildlife photographer, author and local expert, Mike Myers who has helped us carefully curate our trips. The highlights and tips are ours, sprinkled with family memories and loaded with passion and destination expertise. From the taste of refreshing sundowners with the hippos on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River to embracing endless freedom in the Masai Mara, the Serengeti and the Kalahari Desert. 


It’s the damp scent of acacia trees in the early morning sun, your eyes peeled for the sight of a leopard or lion. Imagine, staying at the exclusive 5-star Oyster Box hotel on night six of the Best of South Africa itinerary. This 15-day tour winds its way from Johannesburg to Kruger National Park, to Hluhluwe-Imfolozi National Park, to Durban and the Southern Drakensberg Mountains and then on to Port Elizabeth and Tsitsikamma National Park and Oudtshoorn before finishing up in beautiful Cape Town. These are the stories of Africa – our stories of Africa. Join us as we live The Good Life in this magnificent continent and the place we know best.


Footage courtesy of:
 The Tollman Family
 South African Tourism 
 Xugana Island Lodge, Desert & Delta Safaris, Botswana

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