Etosha National Park

7 Tips for Visiting Etosha Safari Park in Africa

Not every safari adventure involves staying with the tour pack. At Etosha, you can hire your own car, as the park is lined with hard-packed dirt roads, which makes going it alone easy. Unlike many safari parks, Etosha is uncrowded and far off the beaten track (even though it has excellent trails). You will have […]

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Volunteering on a Safari Holiday in Kenya

Kenya, in Africa, is a popular tourist destination that attracts thousands of visitors every year. One of the biggest attractions (and most well known) are the safari trails, full of beautiful wild animals. Those who love to see wildlife in their natural habitat find that Kenya gives them everything they’d dreamed of and more. If […]

Horseback Safari in Kenya

Africa on Horseback – An Alternative Safari

Think you’ve got to save up a few weeks’ holiday to make the most of an luxury African safari? Not the case! There are organized tours out there that will whisk you out for a long weekend and ensure you get to enjoy the best of what this kind of holiday has to offer in just three […]

View a Giraffe on Safari in South Africa

African Safaris: What You Should Know

South Africa has been a traveler’s destination for some years due to its abundance of wildlife. Indeed, this country is known for its many national parks and wildlife preserves (over 600 of them) that are home to hundreds of species of animals, which makes for some great sightseeing. And the best way to take in […]

Lions on African Safari

What to Consider When Planning Your First African Safari

It doesn’t matter if you’re a young jet-setter or a retired senior looking to see more of the world. Your first African safari experience promises to be one you’ll always remember. An African safari promises you the opportunity to see some of the greatest wildlife and country in the world. All you have to do […]

Elephants on the Luangwa River

Sarah’s Walking Safari in Zambia

South Luangwa National Park is known in safari circles for being the home of the walking safari in Zambia. Back in the 1960’s conversationalist Norman Carr pioneered these safaris and despite his death, his family and other operators continue his legacy from camps around the park.  Guests have the option of either partaking in game […]

Salmon Trout Carpaccio

Pure Luxury on a South Africa Safari

South Africa is an incredibly diverse country filled with beautiful landscapes and a fascinating culture. This makes it is a great first time safari destination and a popular choice for honeymooners and families. Often referred to as a ‘world in one country’, South Africa is the perfect choice for those accustomed to the fineries in […]

African Safari

Smooth Safari – Essential Advice for Your African Safari

So you’ve decided. This year is safari year. No more lazing on beaches, you’re going to tick off that one item on your bucket list that’s been tantalising you for the past year but you don’t know how to start, or where to go. Africa is one of the most popular destinations for safari holidays. […]

There’s More to Uganda Than Meets the Eye

As far as safari holidays go the places that instinctively come to mind might be the ranging savannahs of Kenya or perhaps South Africa’s Kruger National Park. It may therefore come as a surprise to know that one of the newest and increasingly popular safari destinations is the once troubled and relatively small nation of […]

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