Botswana is one of Africa’s least densely populated countries, dominated by the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta.
Africa is the world’s second largest continent, filled with the possibility for big adventures under endless skies.
In demand locations for a home from home include Cape Town, South Africa’s magnificent city by the sea where so-called “swallows” choose to holiday far from the harsh winters in the northern hemisphere and the exotic Indian Ocean islands of Mauritius, the Seychelles and the Maldives.
All of these are popular holiday hotspots with international travellers where good flight access and an established infrastructure of hotels and activities also provide a strong potential rental market.
From snow-capped Mount Kenya to the fertile plains of the Great Rift Valley, Kenya’s natural beauty includes true wilderness and wonderfully protected wildlife.
The Indian Ocean island of Mauritius is small enough to feel intimate but large enough to provide activities for all ages.
Extensive natural resources and an undiscovered coastline have helped Mozambique start the long process of recovery from internal conflict that ended in 1992.
A big country with a tiny population of 2 million, Namibia lies between the Namib and Kalahari deserts and includes some of the world’s largest sand dunes.
Africa’s most populous country, its largest oil producer and certainly its largest economy, Nigeria is understandably nicknamed the Giant of Africa.
With beautiful white-sand beaches, marine parks filled with tropical fish and the bluest seas, the laid-back Seychelles tick all the boxes of a perfect dreamy getaway.