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Capturing African Wildlife with Herman Gerber from Safari TV

Capturing African Wildlife with Herman Gerber from Safari TV

An Interview with Herman Gerber, professional camera operator in the Sabi Sands. 1. Hi Herman! Please present yourself in a couple of words… I am a professional live wildlife photographer and 6th generation African. 2. You are currently working for Safari TV. Sounds really exciting! Is this some kind of ...

 

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May 26, 2010

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Safari Memories (Part 2): An Egyptian Camel Safari

Safari Memories (Part 2): An Egyptian Camel Safari

Guest Post by Scott Hughes. Looking for Part 1? Click HERE. The next day we hopped on a flight to Cairo. We had decided that in order to get the most out of our African adventures, we had to experience Africa’s other great wilderness – the Sahara desert. After a ...

 

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May 21, 2010

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Safari Memories (Part 1): A South African Game Drive around Makutsi Safari Springs

Safari Memories (Part 1): A South African Game Drive around Makutsi Safari Springs

Guest Post by Scott Hughes. Looking for Part 2? Click HERE! About 6 months ago my partner and I were thinking about where we should go on holiday, and having travelled quite a bit we made the decision to try somewhere completely new for both of us. So after much ...

 

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May 20, 2010

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Safari Greetings - Swahili Basics

Safari Greetings – Swahili Basics

While on safari, it is always nice to communicate with the locals in their own language. Here’s a list of terms and expressions you may want to learn before venturing to East Africa… The Basics Jambo/Hujambo – Hello. Habari/Habari gani – How are you? Habari yako – What’s your news? ...

 

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May 13, 2010

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Most Popular Africa Travel & Safari Forums

Most Popular Africa Travel & Safari Forums

My Top 5 Faves Safari Talk The African Safari Forum! Valuable information and highly interactive. Debates. Expert Interviews. Featured Videos. Relevant talk sections: Fundraising, Birding, Travel News, Photography Talk, Self Driving, Health Issues, Conservation News, Community News, African Wildlife, and much more… Safari Talk – Passionate about Africa Africa Travel ...

 

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May 6, 2010

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Common Animal Names in Local African Languages

Common Animal Names in Local African Languages

Ever wanted to find out how to say “zebra” in Swahili, or even “leopard” in Zulu? With the following table, you’ll be able to identify the most common animals of the African bush in some of the local languages of the old continent. Language translations include Afrikaans, Nama/Damara, Ndebele, Shona, ...

 

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April 29, 2010

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Top 5 Funniest African Wildlife Videos on YouTube

Top 5 Funniest African Wildlife Videos on YouTube

1. The “Domestic” Hippo! Hippos are known to kill more humans in Africa than any other wild mammals. Jessica however, is the complete opposite and has never shown any signs of aggression. She’s such a doll, don’t you think?! 2. When Baby Dumbo Gets a Fright! Hilarious elephant video: a must watch! ...

 

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April 23, 2010

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The Gambia: An "Undiscovered" Holiday Destination

The Gambia: An “Undiscovered” Holiday Destination

Guest Post by Matt Smith. The Gambia, a tiny country on the West Coast of Africa and around 6 hours from the UK, still remains something of an undiscovered destination; and when it does get mentioned it tends to be thought of as primarily a beach holiday destination. Whilst it ...

 

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April 21, 2010

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Rising Above the African Plains on a Balloon Safari

Rising Above the African Plains on a Balloon Safari

What is a Balloon Safari? A balloon safari is probably the most romantic way to discover Africa’s wildlife treasures! As its name entails, it is a safari experience whereby tourists have a unique perspective of the wildlife below; from a hot air balloon. What you will love… Rise above the ...

 

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April 15, 2010

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Golf Safaris in Africa: When Golfing Embraces Wildlife

Golf Safaris in Africa: When Golfing Embraces Wildlife

Aberdare Country Club – Nyeri, Kenya 9-hole golf course (Par 72). The club is nestled on the slopes of Mweiga Hill, only a two hour drive from the buzz of capital city Nairobi. 1300-acre wildlife sanctuary: share the fairways with friendly warthogs, giraffes, zebras, gazelles and peacocks. Superb views of Mt Kenya ...

 

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April 9, 2010

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