We are currently working on this huge edition which covers the whole of Southern Africa! Join our Magazine to receive the very best in International exposure. Showcasing unique experiences like Barkhan Dune Retreat in Namibia, a Guest Farm built within the “petrified dunes” of the Namib Desert! Read all about this special geological visit!
The Waterfront Guesthouse in Maun, Botswana is a brand new establishment, affordable yet classy. Upside to this adventure: there are paraplegic friendly rooms! The relaxing atmosphere will have you departing well rested and relaxed. Wake up to the call of the Fish Eagle.
Keep a look out for some updates on what we plan for the Magazine – a trip to Zanzibar, all the interesting scenes along the route from Stonetown to Nungi Beach; we also plan to have an adventure to Mozambique’s white beaches and adventurous waters! Furthermore we will also follow the adventures of Gaven Sinclair, Professional Adventurer,
Gaven is currently in preparations for he’s third charity challenge which is to swim 300kms in Mozambique’s ocean. In his last feat on the 1st of December Gaven swam 5kms from Ila De Mozambique island to Coral Lodge. Gaven is currently busy with his second island swim end of January, 2019 from Eden Bay Eco Lodge to Bazaruto island. To raise awareness and ocean conservation regarding the marine reserve. Read more on the Gaven Sinclair Adventure Page on Facebook.
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