Your Guide to the Great Migration

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Whenever mention is made of the annual migration of huge numbers of animals, principally wildebeest and zebra, it always seems to focus on the movement from Tanzania into Kenya across the Mara River.

Why is Africa so Special?..

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I first went to Africa in 1998 and encountered its magic with a trip to KwaZulu Natal and the Kruger National Park on a 10 night trip.
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When and Where to Go on Safari in Africa

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Africa is such a vast and diverse continent, and no two destinations are the same. And with diversity comes variety; so no matter where you go next on your African safari, your experience will be completely unique to the last.

The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your African Safari

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The intimate wildlife encounters of an African safari are truly once in a lifetime. A rare opportunity to discover some of our planet’s most beautiful creatures, and an experience that opens both the mind and heart of any traveller, an African safari is the ultimate holiday experience for adventurers.

The Ultimate Guide to Visiting the Serengeti

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Tanzania’s oldest national park is also its most popular. The vast and incredible Serengeti, located in Northern Tanzania, has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is often said to be home to “the seventh wonder of the world”.

The Ultimate Guide to Visiting the Ngorongoro Crater

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One of Africa’s premier attractions, the Ngorongoro Crater is a world-renowned wonder and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The 5 Best Places to See Lions in Africa

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Man’s encroachment into the wilderness continues to increase the pressure on African lions which are now on the cusp of being added to the ‘at risk’ register.

Where to go on Safari in February

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One of the best ways to avoid the dreaded winter blues is to have something amazing to look forward to, and nothing is quite as exciting as the prospect of seeing some of the worlds’ most incredible animals in their natural habitats.

Fun Facts About the Big Five – Infographic

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These fun facts about the Big Five – Cape Buffalo, Elephant, Leopard, Lion and Rhinoceros (Black & White – are an excellent way to spark your children’s interest in some of the animals they’re likely to see on an African safari.

The Definitive List Of Resources For Planning An African Safari

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Unlike a beach holiday on the Spanish coast or a Greek island all-inclusive, an African safari requires a little bit more preparation from the traveller.