Tag Archives: journeys discovering Africa

Photo Blog: Southern Carmine Bee-eaters Return to Zambia

Next month, Zambia will once again see the arrival of thousands of winged beauties that annually paint the sky, bushes and riverbanks of the South Luangwa in dazzling pinks, greens and blues – these are the southern carmine bee-eaters. Every …

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What the Botswana Drought Means for Your Safari

The Botswana drought has caused particularly dry conditions over this year’s winter season, which have in turn, led to opportunities for some fantastic game-viewing whilst on safari. The dry winter season is widely considered to be the best period to …

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Honeymoon Idea: Dazzling Namib Desert Safari

Escape to Namibia for an adventurous and utterly romantic Namib desert safari that could just be the perfect destination for your honeymoon. The Namib Desert occupies the whole of western Namibia and is recognised across the globe as a particularly impressive …

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Best of Africa Safari

While every African safari destination is special in its own right, there are some firm favourites that are on the top of many travellers’ bucket-lists. A Best of Africa safari offers the unique opportunity to encounter the continent’s most celebrated …

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Photo Blog: Best Moments on Mountain Gorilla Trekking Safari

In celebration of the recent improved status of mountain gorillas from ‘Critically Endangered’ to ‘Endangered’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, we have gathered our photographs of some of the best moments spent on gorilla trekking safari in …

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Newbie’s Guide for a First Safari

If you’re feeling a little nervous about your first safari, we’ve got your back! Our newbie’s guide will help to answer some of the questions you already have, and maybe even those you hadn’t yet thought of. It is our …

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Good News Story: 3 Recent Wildlife Conservation Successes

Here is a welcome dose of good news in the form of three recent wildlife conservation successes in Africa. Despite the bombardment of bad news stories – conservation and otherwise – on our media channels, from the end of 2018 …

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Photo Blog: When & Where to Witness Africa’s Great Migration

Be in the know about which areas in East Africa to visit and at what times of the year so that you can book your ultimate Great Migration safari! Undoubtedly one of Africa’s most spectacular wildlife experiences, the Great Migration …

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Extreme Victoria Falls: Adventure Holiday in Zambia

Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River’s impressive crescendo, is the ultimate destination for an unforgettable adventure holiday in Zambia. It is for good reason that Victoria Falls has been titled ‘The Smoke That Thunders’. As the Zambezi River plunges into the …

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Africa’s Thirsty Animals: Water for Wildlife Conservation

Preserving the health and diversity of all wildlife species and their habitats is an important aspect of the safari industry, with water conservation being a key driver in ensuring its success. This month we celebrated World Water Day, an important …

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