expanding your African offerings to include Namibia
While the African properties offered by Luxury Link are generally all spectacular, they are heavily weighted in South Africa. Having recently returned from Namibia on a 12 nightadventure offered by Wilderness Safaris, I suggest you do everything possible to get them or any company offering Namibia on-board asap. This tiny, politically stable country, recently put on the map by the birth there of Angelina Jolie's and Brad Pitt's daughter, is a unique, pristinegem, not just in continental Africa, but anywhere in the world. New, small and intimate camps and lodges, all eco-friendly,have been built all over the country. Namibia is a country of contrasts. The Big Five can easily be seen on safari in the wilds and on private reserves in the northeast, while the vast rugged desert landscape of The Skeleton Coast promises the true meaning of 'getting away from it all'. Watching the sun come up on the world's largest red sand dunes in the southern region ofSossusvleiis a photographer's dream.And Namibia is home to the world's only desert elephant and the only place in the world where you have the chance to see lions and giraffe running on the beach. And for those traveling long distances to get to Namibia, it is right next door to Botswana and South Africa, for an easily combinable itinerary.
Re: expanding your African offerings to include Namibia
I'd definitely second this one -- I love South Africa, but a wider variety of offerings in Southern Africa (especially from Namibia and Zambia) would be great.
I'd also like to see a wider range of offerings in Botswana -- right now it's pretty much just Orient-Express, and there are a lot of other companies in Botswana with wonderful camps, notably Wilderness Safaris (http://www.wilderness-safaris.com). I've just come back from a trip to Botswana staying at several WS camps which was superb!