Travel reviews by Mr F & family from Belgium
Total number of trips
Lodges stayed in
My Jan 2019 trip
Rwanda and 1 other country between 31 Jan 2019 and 13 Feb 2019
We loved the rolling hills, the beautiful birds, the ever smiling people and of course the gorillas (but Rwanda is much more than the gorillas, let's be clear)
The trip was perfectly prepared by EA again, thanks to Lyndsey.
Sula, our Primate safari guide deserves a special mention!"
Arranged By Lyndsey Marris
Kigali Marriott Hotel
"High standard international chain hotel"
"This reopened lodge is top quality!"
Kigali Tour and Genocide Memorial Visit
"City & Genocide Memorial Tour review"
1 Feb 2019 • All-day excursion
Chimpanzee Trekking in Nyungwe Forest
"Chimpanzee Trekking in Nyungwe Forest review"
2 Feb 2019 • All-day excursion
"Cormoran Lodge review"
Colobus Trekking in Nyungwe
"Colobus Trekking in Nyungwe review"
3 Feb 2019 • All-day excursion
"Beautiful designed luxury retreat"
Golden Monkey Trekking
"Golden Monkey Trekking review"
5 Feb 2019 • Morning excursion
Gorilla Trekking Safari
6 Feb 2019 • Morning excursion
"Sayari Camp review"
Great game viewing in southern tanzania
Tanzania between 5 Oct 2015 and 15 Oct 2015
As usual the EA level of information was of a very high standard. Thanks to James Denny for the little extras that made us feel special."
Mwagusi Safari Camp
"A perfect safari camp"
"Beho Beho review"
"Ras Kutani review"
My Jul 2013 trip
Namibia between 17 Jul 2013 and 4 Aug 2013
We travelled as a family with two kids (12 and 13 year old).
Self driving was easy enough, although some roads can be bad (Sesriem to Swakopmund f.e) . Take an extra spare tyre! One should never underestimate the distances. With kids you need several stops of more than one night, otherwise driving will be to much for them.
Although July is a busy month, it never felt crowdy. During the day and on the road you're almost always alone!
Accomodations and food are more than excellent, at least you get much more value for money then in Europe.
Namibia is a very varied country with stunning landscape. Getting close to the animals is very impressive and an experience we (and certainly the kids) will always remember.
And finally, the support and advice of Expert Africa (Sabina Hekandjo) is more then perfect. I wished everyone would answer mails that quick and informative!"
Arranged By Sabina Hekandjo
"Good place to start your trip"
Kalahari Anib Lodge
"Good first stop"
Hoodia Desert Lodge
"Marvellous stay in a stunning location"
"Classic hotel with excellent service"
"Attractive lodge in Damaraland"
Etendeka Mountain Camp
"The real bush camp experience"
"Have the right expectations!"
Mushara Bush Camp
"Relaxed camp just outside of Etosha"
Okonjima Plains Camp