Though every country has different styles, they all share a common philosophy – Art is the utmost form of self-expression. From the immensely talented painters and sculptors in Botswana to the traditional musicians in Zimbabwe, Africa is an ebb and flow of artistic expression.

Those who find interest in the multitude of cultures in Africa will be amazed by how the heritage of the people has infused with their music and visual art. The people of Zimbabwe play on the mbira and marimba, which were created in the country over a thousand years ago. Their music follows a very particular rhythm, and their dancing is passionate and spiritual.

In Swaziland, music and dance play an important role in a tradition known as Umhlanga or The Reed Dance. Every year, thousands of Swazi women from all over the country gather in the Royal Village where they perform a dance in front of prospective male partners. The females spend days gathering the best reeds they can find to wear during the dance. This is a huge part of Swazi culture and is a magnificent display of art entwined with tradition.

South Africa is a melting pot of various people, cultures and religions, all working together to create a prosperous future for their country. The country has eleven official languages. Each language has its own culture, and each culture a vibrant and unique form of art. Walking down a street in Cape Town central will have your senses overstimulated with colours, smells and sounds unknown anywhere else in the world. Expand your artistic opinion and gain raw insight into the personalities of the local people. Explore the soul of Africa.

This would be an exceptional artistic journey that you could hardly experience elsewhere. You will stay in some extremely elegant hotels that boost the best art collection in South Africa. Highlights includes one of the world’s finest collections of African art in Mateya Safari Lodge, art works in Ellerman House that span over two centuries, and Vladimir Tretchikoff’s iconic Chinese Girl in Delaire Graff Estate.

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The Battlefields in South Africa is a region once full of bitter warfare between a number of different forces. You will stay in a hotel developed by late historian David Rattray, enroll in a facinating tour that goes back in time to see the Battle of Isandlwana, the Battle of Rorke’s Drift. Not to miss great wildlife conservation tour that track down Black rhino and other beautiful ocean creatures.

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Destinations: South Africa
Africans have always revered great story tellers since this is the way their history has been passed through generations. This journey will share with you the story of David Livingston, allow you to interact with the Sango Family which is the original inhabitants of the Khwai area, and endemic San bushmen learning how they hunt for food including meat, vegetables and nuts; make medicines and even how they play games together.

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Destinations: Botswana, Victoria Falls
Namibia is a special country that brings us back to our roots. This country has a rich diversity of culture and tradition, with people whose ancestors were some of the earliest humans to walk the earth. This itinerary highlights some of the most exceptional places in Namibia.

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