Archive for the ‘Safaris’ Category

 

 
Five Botswana Safari Moments I'll Never Forget [Photo Blog]

Five Botswana Safari Moments I’ll Never Forget [Photo Blog]

So there I was, on an overland adventure of a lifetime heading through Africa’s safari central – Botswana. I have never experienced such an abundance of natural beauty before. Every moment was simply a nature-lover’s bliss… 1. The Okavango Delta Venturing off into the Okavango Delta on nothing but a mokoro ...

 

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Author: dalene

January 2, 2014

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Top 10 South African Restaurants

Top 10 South African Restaurants

One of the defining features of South Africa is its cuisine. From perfectly cooked meats to fresh grilled vegetables, South Africa’s best known dishes are steeped in cultural and historical roots. Today restaurants all over the country are innovating South Africa’s cuisine, and we’ve grouped together a list of the ...

 

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Author: Amy

November 23, 2013

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South Africa on a Budget

South Africa on a Budget

South Africa is becoming an increasingly popular holiday destination, and as such the country’s tourism industry is booming, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to explore its depths on a budget. In fact, there are many ways you can keep costs down without compromising on seeing and experiencing ...

 

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Author: Amy

October 21, 2013

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An Exhilarating White Water Rafting Experience Along the Zambezi

An Exhilarating White Water Rafting Experience Along the Zambezi

When in Africa it’s never too early to be pumped full of adrenaline. On one particular morning in Zimbabwe’s town of Victoria Falls (during my overland trip through Africa), this is exactly the stance I chose to take. My method of extracting all that adrenaline? Well, tackling the mighty Zambezi ...

 

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Author: dalene

October 18, 2013

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Top South Africa Luxury Lodges

Top South Africa Luxury Lodges

Every year people flock to South Africa for an unforgettable safari experience, in the hopes that they’ll spot some of the world’s rarest and most incredible wildlife. However, if you are plagued with visions of sleeping rough in the bushveld then banish them now, for South Africa is home to ...

 

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Author: Amy

September 17, 2013

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My First Safari Game Drive

My First Safari Game Drive

I remember my first safari game drive. I was on my first overland trip in Africa at the time and we were a few days into the adventure. It was the day I got my first true taste of Africa. I’d arrived in Namibia and we were heading to Etosha ...

 

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Author: dalene

August 19, 2013

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Wildebeest Eco Camp - A Piece of Paradise

Wildebeest Eco Camp – A Piece of Paradise

As some of you might know, I recently landed in Nairobi and I’m currently staying at the Wildebeest Eco Camp, conveniently located in the beautiful Langata area. For those of you who’re thinking of choosing this venue for their next holidays to Kenya, here’s an overview of what the Wildebeest ...

 

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Author: Michael Theys

July 31, 2013

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Hidden Wonders of Cape Town

Hidden Wonders of Cape Town

As one of South Africa’s capital cities, Cape Town is a hugely popular destination for locals and travellers alike, and is the most popular tourist destination in the whole of Africa. This coastal town is renowned for its stunning views of Table Mountain and the enticing V&A Waterfront, which boasts ...

 

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Author: Amy

July 17, 2013

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6 Must-Hit Spots in Marrakech

6 Must-Hit Spots in Marrakech

Looking at the city of Marrakech, it truly is a sight to behold. Inside of the city, it is a bustling maze of streets and bazaars filled with open air markets that sell goods from carpets to pottery. Here are just a few of the things you can get up ...

 

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Author: Guest Posts

July 3, 2013

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Your Semester Abroad in Africa - Things to Bear in Mind

Your Semester Abroad in Africa – Things to Bear in Mind

Since the foundation of institutions of higher learning, universities and colleges have offered students the option of exploring the world not only through their studies, but through their very eyes. Studying abroad is now very common among students. With more scholarships and grants available for low income students, a lot ...

 

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Author: Guest Posts

June 25, 2013

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