An Africa safari experience is truly life changing. From the game drives and safari walks to the amazing natural landscapes and luxury camps, everything about a safari holiday is unique and exciting.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Tom contributed a whooping 93 entries.
Entries by Tom
The landlocked African country of Botswana is a land of untamed wilderness. Home to uniquely beautiful landscapes and dramatic natural contrasts, the real draw of this country is its wildlife.
Here are 13 ideas of things to activities to your Malawi bucket list.
Africa is a continent of the greats. Great giants that walk the earth, great creatures that roam the waters, and great mountains, lakes and rivers that write the symphony of the landscape and the unique ecosystem that draws in millions of safari visitors every year.
This week’s blog is on five of Africa’s most intimate camps. Whilst you are on safari, of course you are there to see some of the amazing wildlife that you can’t see anywhere else in the world but you are also there for the holiday of a lifetime so where you stay is very important.
For many people, going on a safari holiday comes pretty high up on their bucket list – and it’s not hard to see why. The opportunity to see some of the world’s most majestic and awe inspiring animals in their natural habitat has enormous appeal.
The Kalahari Desert stretches 360,000 square miles across Botswana, Namibia and South Africa and although it’s named a ‘desert’, the reality is not strictly the case.
Tanzania is known for its wildlife and national parks, around every corner is a new opportunity for fun experiences.
Leopards are second only to lions in the Big Cat hierarchy but unlike lions, they live a largely solitary life and hunt alone.
The Republic of Congo is made up of remote landscapes and jungle with many interesting things to see and do.