In every experience with different cultures and nature, one receives far more than one seeks.
FaberCollins Travel Services wurde im Oktober 1993 kurz vor der Amtseinführung des Präsidenten Nelson Mandela (1994) von Anette Faber und Bettina Collins gegründet. In den fast 30 Jahren haben wir den persönlichen Service und die auf langjährige Erfahrung aufbauende Zusammenarbeit mit unseren Kunden immer bewahrt. Wir haben in Südafrika, Deutschland und Kenia gelebt und viele süd- und ostafrikanische Länder selbst befahren. Dadurch entwickelte sich nicht nur eine grundlegende Kenntnis der Örtlichkeiten, sondern auch ein Gefühl für die Umgebungen, Landsleute und Natur.
FaberCollins Travel Services was founded in October 1993 by Anette Faber and Bettina Collins, shortly before the inauguration of President Nelson Mandela (1994). In nearly 30 years we have maintained our personal service and the excellent cooperation with our clients, based on years of experience. We have lived in South Africa, Germany and Kenya and driven through many southern and eastern African countries. Because of this we have not only developed a basic knowledge of the locations, but also the feel and understanding for the environment, local people and nature.
A land of incredible diversity – an English speaking country (first language) with western type amenities, this is a world in one country i.e. beaches, mountains, bush, forests, wild life and much more. This “Rainbow Nation” will have a destination to suit your every need and will have you coming back for more!
Although the country is not as established as some of its African neighbours, Namibia is a gem for those in search of the wilderness. Namibia is a large and sparsely populated country on Africa's southern west coast which has enjoyed more than a decade of stability since achieving Independence on 21 March 1990.
Botswana is an independent African state (which compares in size to both Texas or France) and is situated approximately 1 hours flying time North from South Africa’s Johannesburg International Airport and approximately 3 - 4 hours drive by car. Botswana is also easily accessible from Windhoek in Namibia and from the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
Mozambique is one of Africa's up-and-coming hot spots with stunning beaches, excellent diving and magical offshore islands. Go snorkelling around the Bazaruto Archipelago, sail on a dhow through mangrove channels or laze under the palms in the Quirimbas Archipelago.
Zimbabwe today, is without doubt, Africa’s “Jewel” with so many breathtaking attractions, from the mighty Zambezi River to the majestic Victoria Falls, to the vast expanse of man made Lake Kariba. Zimbabwe is a must see destination!
One of the attractions to this beautiful country is its rich deposits and occurrence of diamonds and indicator minerals which highlights the considerable exploration potential. The most favourable terrains are the stable cratonic Bangweulu Block and possibly the Kabompo area of western Zambia where alluvial diamonds are particularly abundant.
Tanzania is in East Africa on the Indian Ocean. To the North are Uganda and Kenya, to the West, Burundi, Rwanda, and Congo and to the South, Mozambique, Zambia and Malawi. Its area spans three times that of New Mexico.
There are over 70 distinct ethnic groups in Kenya, ranging in size from about seven million Kikuyu to about 500 El Molo who live on the shore of Lake Turkana. Kenya's ethnic groups can be divided into three broad linguistic groups, namely Bantu, Nilotic and Cushite.