by Matthew Sterne on April 28, 2015
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Joseph and Deanna Hsiao from Massachusetts recently visited Southern Africa where they celebrated Joseph’s birthday. They started their trip in Cape Town at Cape Royale and from there went on to Idube Safari Lodge in the Sabi Sand and then Victoria Falls Safari Lodge in Victoria Falls. “Africa has been on our radar for a long time. When it came time to plan our journey we were quickly overwhelmed with choices and operators. Rhino Africa certainly made that process much easier” Joseph said. The trip was expertly planned and organised by Samantha, one of our senior consultants.

We enjoyed every part of the trip from Cape Town to Sabi Sand to Victoria Falls. Each destination gave us different perspectives and experiences. Southern Africa is truly an amazing place and I hope to visit again sooner rather than later.”

On the trip Joseph took some incredibly engaging and striking photographs of the wildlife as well as their activities. It is his video of their holiday, however, that is especially captivating. Joseph captured their entire journey in rich detail in this short and inspiring video. You can watch the video and see the photos below;

Cape Town

One of Cape Town's spectacular viewsAn array of masksWhat's not to love about Southern Africa's sun? Cape Town has plenty of striking views

Sabi Sand

A lioness and her cubs Cubs relaxing together Wildebeest Thirsty band of baboons drinking from the swimming pool Sights like these can be expected in Southern Africa Leopard resting in a tree Two rhino The brilliance of stars can be seen clearly here A dung beetle Captured

Victoria Falls

The magical moment as the sun glows behind cloudsThe Victoria FallsEncountering a lion

Chobe National Park

Striking the same pose Elephant and her calfTwo elephants playfully jostle each otherHerd of elephants near water

If you want to experience all of the beauty the Hsiao’s saw in Africa, why not try a trip from the Cape to Kruger National Park, or add Victoria Falls and the Okavango Delta to your itinerary. If there are other parts of Africa that you want to explore let us know!