Travel reviews by Peter & Helenka from UK
Total number of trips
Lodges stayed in
Malawi is a must
Malawi and 1 other country between 10 Jul 2018 and 27 Jul 2018
Otherwise, an amazing experience, and we saw far more wildlife than we were led to expect from the literature.
The country felt safe and friendly and the lack of hordes of visitors made you feel you were experiencing the real Africa."
Arranged By Claire Scott
"Wonderful start to holiday"
"Great staff but needs organising"
"A gem "
"Lovely isolated spot"
Tongole Wilderness Lodge
"A must visit place."
My Oct 2017 trip
Namibia between 20 Oct 2017 and 1 Nov 2017
We were not disappointed all the arrangements went well. The camps and lodges were well chosen and exceeded our expectations
Combined with the fact that Namibia is just such a safe clean welcoming country this was a holiday of a lifetime
Suggestions to help us improve our trips or our service:
O just keep on doing what you are doing so well"
Arranged By Sabina Hekandjo
"Galton House review"
Okonjima Plains Camp
"Okonjima Plains Camp review"
Mushara Bush Camp
"Mushara Bush Camp review"
Anderssons Camp, Namibia (this camp has since closed)
"Anderssons Camp review"
Lodge not featured by Expert Africa
"Doro Nawas review"
Hoodia Desert Lodge
"Hoodia Desert Lodge review"
Fish River Lodge
"Fish River Lodge review"
They wanted us to let our travellers know that they appreciate their helpful suggestion about having drinking water available in all of the rooms. We understand that they plan to implement this plan as soon as possible.
However, they explained that unfortunately their power supply does not allow for kettles in the rooms. The management did say that hot water flasks are available in the restaurant area on request, to take back to the rooms – so guests can make use of the small tea / coffee station in their rooms.