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Top 5 reasons to use Africa Freak Top

Top 5 reasons to use Africa Freak Top

If you aren’t familiar with Africa Freak Top yet, you may be interested in my previous entry on how to keep up with what is happening in Africa. For those of you who might be wondering how to use Africa Freak Top, here’s 5 key reasons to get you started: 1. Enhanced Online Reading Experience […]

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Africa Freak Blog New Look - October 2014

Change is in the air

Jambo rafiki! As you may have noticed, change is in the air and the Africa Freak Blog is undergoing a little “facelift”! Hopefully the new homepage will provide a better navigation experience, especially if you are one of those mobile “freaks” as the blog design is now fully responsive (mobile-friendly). What do you think of […]

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SaveInongwe Campaign Acacia Africa Truck

Help us #SaveInongwe

Recently we celebrated World Rhino Day. An annual event held on 22 September, the date brings people together from across the globe in a bid to save these loveable members of the Big Five. Sadly, the facts speak for themselves: over 1,000 of South Africa’s rhinos killed by poachers in 2013. This year the story […]

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Mum and elephant calf by Les Churchman

How to reconnect with the African Elephant

Guest Post by Les Churchman It’s taken me a long time to understand elephants even a little! Like most people of my generation I grew up occasionally seeing them performing in a circus, zoo or wildlife park. I didn’t enjoy these sad spectacles so later in life I watched every documentary I could to learn […]

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Photography safari at Ant's Nest, South Africa

Capturing South Africa on a saddle

Guest Post by Ruth S. Daly Having bought an expensive DSLR Canon camera I was lucky enough to attend a photography course at Ant’s Nest in South Africa, one of the special weeks sometimes offered at the luxury bush home. To combine a riding safari with a photography course was all my dreams come true […]

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Watch African wildlife LIVE…from your sofa

Guess who came down for a drink this morning at Djuma Waterhole? Yeah, that’s right: a thirsty elephant! And it even went for a little swim… Spraying some “natural sunscreen” with its trunk… And saying “hi” to its virtual friends! Luckily for me, the whole family joined in for a “splash party” later on in […]

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The seven styles of safari sleeping

When organising your safari holiday you’ll have to decide what kind of accommodation you require. Different trips will offer different facilities, here we give you a run down on the seven most common styles: 1. Private Safari Villa You’re living the dream in safari terms. You will enjoy numerous rooms and communal areas for your […]

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Enjoy your stay… at the airport

No one wants to stay at an airport longer than necessary, especially if you’ve got an exciting holiday to look forward to! From beach getaways to river cruises, there’s no doubt that airports are essential transport hubs no matter where you’re travelling this year. Furthermore, with Africa experiencing an influx of tourists looking to take […]

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Walk with rangers to protect Africa’s wildlife

Join Raabia Hawa, Ijema Funan and Moses Sinkoi on their walk to save Africa’s wildlife! This iconic 15-day trek will take you through the wilds of Tanzania and Kenya, and support a critical cause: fighting the poaching crisis. The trek includes 8 days through increasingly wild country and savannah in Tanzania in frequent view of […]

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