So, you read about all these wonderful places in Africa and you want to go but you don’t know where to start? You are not an experienced camper and you don’t own a 4WD. Don’t despair; there are many beautiful places that you can reach in your 2 wheel drive sedan vehicle and there are plenty of campsites or lodges with excellent facilities. Continue reading How to start travelling Africa
I find that most overland travellers are rather negative about the vet fences found in Namibia and Botswana. Especially if their matured steak which they bought at their favourite butcher back in South Africa is confiscated or if they are told to cook it should they want to take it past a veterinary control point.
For most campsites with a reception, it is pretty obvious what the rules of the camp are. However, for bush camping and some of the remote community camps all over Africa, we as campers should agree to a code of conduct.
These camps are not always managed properly and if we do not take control of keeping these scenic places in a serene condition, they will deteriorate. Therefore we at Tracks4Africa suggest a few guidelines.
Also read: What you need to get through the border