In the heart of a remote mopane and acacia wilderness dominated by alluring views of Mt. Kilimanjaro is a place the Maasai call Insinya. This is a remote part of Maasai tribal land where herds of elephant, buffalo, wildebeest and zebra still migrate peacefully with little intrusion on their space. It is the Africa of long ago - wild, remote and captivating.
The Okavango is a unique ecosystem of papyrus-lined waterways, knee-deep floodplains, water-lily lagoons, shady forest glades and rich savannah grasslands. All this fecundity lies in the middle of the largest continuous stretch of sand in the world - the Kalahari Desert Basin. Seen from space as an emerald swirl surrounded by a parched landscape, the Okavango Delta is an incredible source of life in a country that is 80% arid.
Lake Malawi is one of the Great Rift Valley lakes and lies in a depression which plunges well below sea level - to a depth of at 2,300ft ( ) in the north. It is the third largest lake in Africa and has impressive proportions with approximate dimensions of 365 miles (584km) north to south and 52 miles (83km) wide.