Ethos African Snippets

This month, it's all about the kids.

There is something for children of all ages in Africa.  Whether they are learning to identify bugs in the Timbavati, taking a surf lesson on the Eastern Cape or celebrating a special occasion with friends and family in the heart of the bush, the experience is undoubtedly going to be an inspiring one.  Read on to find out more.


Machaba offers an authentic safari camp style in deliberately small camps in Botswana and Zimbabwe.

With several camps available for exclusive use Machaba is an ideal place for family safaris welcoming children of all ages.

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The Hambleden Suite at Little Garonga is a two-bedroom private villa suitable for families looking for an extra-special and secluded stay.

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Kambaku Safari Lodge welcomes children of all ages and the team really goes out of their way to make children feel extra special.  This starts with a warm welcome and age-appropriate interactive backpack to work through whilst staying at the lodge.

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Cape St Francis Resort offers the perfect, laid back typical South African beach extension.  Whether you are looking for relaxation of endless activities, Cape St Francis Resort has it all.

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MalaMala Main Camp is ideal for family safaris. With flexible family accommodation and a comprehensive Junior Ranger Programme children will leave inspired and awed by the African bush.

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Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area. You may not have heard of the name however you may have heard of it's many national parks such as Chobe, Moremi, Hwange and Kafue as well natural wonders such as the Okavango Delta and Victoria Falls.

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Get ahead for 2024 and 2025 with a stay at Garonga Safari Camp, Litle Garonga Safari Lodge and MCH Private Tented Camp. Newly released rates now available.


Little Garonga

MCH Private Tented Camp


Expedition Africa Adventure Race is a gruelling and exhilarating endurance event that challenges teams of four to navigate through rugged yet beautiful African terrain in the Eastern Cape of Africa.  The event takes place over 10 stages using a variety of outdoor disciplines including trekking, mountain biking, kayaking and hiking. 109 teams from 30 counyries have to navigate 800km through unpredictable weather conditions, wild animals and extreme physical demands.  The race will culminate at Cape St Francis Resort at the end of October.

In September, the St Francis Links hosted the South African PGA Championship.  Cape St Francis has been a hive of activity so far this spring!

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Having a word with Dad - taken at MalaMala