Travel the breadth of southern Africa, from Nelson Mandela’s long road to freedom in South Africa to a unique river safari along the Chobe River aboard the exclusively chartered five-star Zambezi Queen.

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Southern African Adventure

South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Zimbabwe Featuring a Chobe River Safari Aboard Zambezi Queen

17 days from $10,995

Travel the breadth of southern Africa, from Nelson Mandela’s long road to freedom in South Africa to a unique river safari along the Chobe River aboard the exclusively chartered five-star Zambezi Queen.

or Call 855-330-1542

Experts

Feb 11 - 27, 2020 Departure
Robert  Schrire

Robert Schrire

Robert Schrire is currently the Director of the Institute for the Study of Public Policy and an emeritus professor at the University of Cape Town. He studied economics and management in Cape Town before going into exile in the United States where he continued his studies in economics and politics at the American University in Washington DC, Columbia University and the University of California where he obtained his doctorate. Robert has been a professor or visiting professor at many universities including the SUNY, Johns Hopkins SAIS, Princeton, Western Australia,and Sciences Po in Paris. Robert has done research and published widely in the fields of ethnic conflict and economic policy. His works include 'Adapt or Die' published by the University of California Press and 'Critical Choices" published by Oxford University Press. His work has been internationally recognised and he was asked by UNESCO to direct their research project on international relations. Described by the editor of the New York Times as one of South Africa's leading political analysts, he was the original host of the television program 'Talking Politics' and his views have been widely published in  the New York Times, the Washington  Post, the Wall Street Journal, Time and the Economist. Robert is currently based in Cape Town but travels widely lecturing and consulting to multinational corporations and governments.

Feb 25 - Mar 12, 2020 Departure
Robyn Keene-Young

Robyn Keene-Young

Zimbabwean-born Robyn Keene-Young is an Emmy-nominated film producer and a widely-published travel and nature writer. For more than 25 years, she’s explored southern and east Africa, producing magazine features, books, and television documentaries. Her films appear regularly on PBS, National Geographic and BBC. Her work allows her to spend her waking hours in the close company of some of the earth’s wildest and most fascinating creatures.

Robyn attended the University of the Witwatersrand during South Africa’s turbulent transition to democracy, where she graduated with Bachelor of Arts and Law degrees. She worked as a human rights attorney among farmworkers in the Cape winelands, before leaving the profession to live in a tent and document the African wild with her photographer husband. When she’s not filming in remote wilderness, Robyn lives on a farm near South Africa’s Kruger National Park. To read a story written by Robyn for Smithsonian magazine click here.