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Baby Zebra: "Merry Christmas Everyone"

Baby Zebra: “Merry Christmas Everyone”

Heya all! :) It's that time of the year yet again, and today I won't be doing the talking. Instead, read what our little friend has to say...

 

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Author: Michael Theys

December 23, 2011

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Lake Malawi Splendour: Kande Beach

Lake Malawi Splendour: Kande Beach

Lake Malawi is a paradise for swimmers, divers and  water sports enthusiasts. Kande Beach, in particular, is a local favorite for campers and overlanders. You’ll be enthralled by the warm atmosphere and vibrant night life this wonderful resort has to offer. Here’s a sneak peak of my recent stay there. ...

 

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Author: Michael Theys

December 22, 2011

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Surfing Down the White Nile on a Memorable Rafting Experience

Surfing Down the White Nile on a Memorable Rafting Experience

If you followed some of my Africa overland trip adventures, you probably remember Day 4 when I surfed down the Nile river waves near Jinja (Uganda). Now that I rethink about it, we were extremely lucky as we were one of the last groups to experience the top section of ...

 

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Author: Michael Theys

December 15, 2011

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Kalahari Dreaming at Tswalu

Kalahari Dreaming at Tswalu

The Korannaberg are pretty impressive, as mountains go. And flying over them on the approach to a much anticipated exploration of the southern-most reaches of the Kalahari is quite simply breathtaking. As much as the landing on the tarred strip at Tswalu Kalahari reserve is welcome. The 90-minute flight from ...

 

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Author: Sharon van Wyk

December 12, 2011

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A Touch of Mpumalanga Magic

A Touch of Mpumalanga Magic

It’s 6am and I’m sitting in a small queue of assorted cars and bakkies at the Phabeni gate of the Kruger National Park waiting for South Africa’s flagship national park to open for business. In the back of my bakkie are two excited children, in the passenger seat an excited ...

 

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Author: Sharon van Wyk

November 24, 2011

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By Some She is Known Only As "Baboon Woman"

By Some She is Known Only As “Baboon Woman”

Probably Africa’s primates favorite wildlife conservationist for baboons and vervet monkeys. Karin Karin, also known across South Africa as “Baboon Woman” is a quiet, soft spoken, slightly built woman. Yet once she speaks about her beloved primates she stands twice as tall as her passion, knowledge and amazing understanding of ...

 

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Author: Wildlife Margrit

November 23, 2011

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Tanzania Safari Highlights

Tanzania Safari Highlights

A Tanzania safari offers an opportunity to experience an authentic and exclusive East African safari. The country conjures up images of endless plains dotted with flat topped acacia trees and thousands of wildebeest and zebra – silhouetted by stunning mountain ranges like Kilimanjaro and clear blue skies. Tanzania also offers ...

 

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Author: Rebecca Sparrow

November 21, 2011

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How to Make Sugarcane Juice - Zanzibar Special

How to Make Sugarcane Juice – Zanzibar Special

Zanzibar is not only known for its pristine beaches and renowned spice tour, it also has a few delicacies worth trying out. Ever heard of the famous “Zanzibar pizza” for instance (dough filled with meat, vegetables, eggs or sweet ingredients)? It’s yummy delicious! Today’s post isn’t about “pizza” though, but ...

 

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Author: Michael Theys

November 17, 2011

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A South African Safari Secret Revealed

A South African Safari Secret Revealed

Tucked away behind a veil of dramatically beautiful mountains a mere two hours by road from South Africa’s bustling commercial capital of Johannesburg lies one of the Rainbow Nation’s best-kept safari secrets and one of my personal favourite game reserves – the Pilanesberg. Spawned by an ancient volcano which still ...

 

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Author: Sharon van Wyk

November 16, 2011

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Do's and Don'ts in a National Park

Do’s and Don’ts in a National Park

Do’s - Bring comfortable clothing and gear up for your outing in the bush. Don’t forget your insect repellent, a good torch, sunblock and a hat, a pair of binoculars, and your latest camera model! - Pay your entrance fee and keep your permit with you at all times. - ...

 

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Author: Michael Theys

November 10, 2011

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