Zimbabwe travel guide

Zimbabwe travel guide

Generally speaking, tipping isn’t exactly normal in Zimbabwe, though hotel and restaurant staff will of course appreciate it. We advise you to use your discretion and aim for a 10% tip in restaurants, where there is no service charge. Gift giving has a bit…

Namibia travel tips and cuisine

Namibia travel tips and cuisine

Travel tips Leaving a tip of 5%-10%, when satisfied with the service in a restaurant is normal in Namibia – but by no means is it necessary. Many hotels and lodges will have a communal staff tip box – use this to leave one…

Kenya travel tidbits

Kenya travel tidbits

Leaving a tip of 5%-10% in a restaurant and a hotel – to a porter or pool attendant for example – is now quite normal in Kenya. Dress sense is quite conservative, particularly in business situations, where dark colours such as navy, grey and…

What to eat in Botswana

What to eat in Botswana

The cuisine of Botswana shares many characteristics with other Southern African cuisines, though much of what you’ll encounter here, particularly if you explore the markets of Botswana, is unique to the country. Natively grown beef is popular throughout and is the main ingredient in…

Tanzania Cuisine

Tanzania Cuisine

Tanzanian cuisine is a delicious mix of typical Eastern African dishes and unique additions from centuries of Colonial and International trade. Typical dishes such as maize porridge are common along with spicy foods and Asian flavours such as coconut milk and chapati. Pilau is…

Travel tips – Zambia

Travel tips – Zambia

Cuisine Zambia’s isolation and richly endowed natural resources has kept the country’s cuisine very traditional, unique and very tasty, though like elsewhere in Africa, some of the ingredients and foods may not sit well with western palettes. In particular caterpillars and mice, the latter…

South African Etiquette

South African Etiquette

South Africans are generally quite laid back when it comes to clothing and fashion – but do exercise caution specifically if you’d prefer not to invite unwanted attention to yourself from over zealous locals. Be sure to cover up if going to any kind…

South African Cuisine

South African Cuisine

The cuisine in South Africa is a delicious mixture of indigenous, Dutch, French, Indian and Malaysian foods. Cape Malay food is some of the most delicious food on the continent – combining Indian and Malaysian flavours such as cinnamon, saffron, turmeric and chilli, with…

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