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Love is in the Air

Tracey Campbell - February 11, 2015

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, it got us thinking about the romance that Africa can offer you. Here is our shortlist: Proposing on the top of Table Mountain – One of the most iconic destinations in Africa, if you want your proposal to be memorable then going down on one knee here will not fail […] Read More


Aanari – A Calm Hideaway

Tracey Campbell - December 17, 2014

Aanari Hotel sits in the heart of Flic en Flac, a holidaymaker hotspot in Mauritius. Hugging the West Coast of the island, the beach is bright, white and wide, with plenty of space to stretch out in the tropical sunshine and watch the local kids playing football on the sand. The whole town breathes a […] Read More


Sofitel So – The Lap of Lushury

Tracey Campbell - December 11, 2014

Hidden amongst the untamed beaches of Bel Ombre in Southern Mauritius, Sofitel So has to be one of the most lushurious places on the planet. And that’s what it’s all about – lushury – a term coined by Sofitel themselves. Sophisticated luxury in a wild and natural setting – the very best of both worlds. […] Read More


Glowing Praise for Inyati

Tracey Campbell - December 5, 2014

It’s Friday today so the team are generally in the ‘Feel Good Friday’ mood, but I received an email first thing that just really started the day off in the best possible way. It was from a client who had just been staying at Inyati Private Game Reserve, in the Sabi Sand, and who had […] Read More


Mozambique in the News

Tracey Campbell - December 4, 2014

Today in the UK’s Metro paper there was a full page in the Travel Section extolling the virtues of Mozambique. The team at Travel Butlers will be one of the first to admit that we LOVE Mozambique! Every week, we are preparing for someone an itinerary combining a safari in South Africa with a beach […] Read More


Saruni Ocean – Kenya’s Latest Offering

Tracey Campbell - December 1, 2014

Kenya has certainly had a rough ride this year, but one company thankfully has the foresight and investment to believe that tourism will recover. The new Saruni Ocean is due to open this month, and is the latest edition to the Saruni safari family, offering a complete solution for couples and families looking for a […] Read More


A Private Slice of Tropical Paradise

Tracey Campbell - October 27, 2014

We were asked whether we wanted to include one night on Denis Island, as part of our recent educational trip to the Seychelles in August. I think it took me less of a second to say yes please! Who would not say yes to the idea of spending one night on your very own private […] Read More


Kenya’s Beach Traders – Good or Bad?

Tracey Campbell - August 19, 2013

There is a current rumour that Kenya are once again looking at banning beach traders from their beaches. True, sometimes these people can be annoying, and in some cases, a bit intimidating. You are out for a quiet (and possibly romantic) beach walk, and you do not want to be hassled by someone trying to […] Read More


10 night Kenya Safari/Beach holiday for GBP1,000 per person – yes, it can be done!!

Tracey Campbell - February 15, 2013

The daily news is still saying we are in a recession, there is the ‘hangover’ from having spent too much last summer when the Olympics and Paralympics took the UK by storm (I know I had no intention of going to the Games, but I was hooked after watching the Opening Ceremony, and spent the […] Read More


Ngala Tented Camp Reopens

Tracey Campbell - August 14, 2012

&Beyond have just announced the reopening of Ngala Tented Camp, an intimate and tranquil safari getaway that celebrates the romance of African nights under canvas. Situated in a private reserve of the same name, which shares unfenced borders with South Africa’s famed Kruger National Park, game drives from the camp explore an untouched Big Five wildlife […] Read More