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Kwandwe Private Game Reserve Offers New Wilderness Walking & Fly Camping

Wilderness Walking

May to September in South Africa’s Eastern Cape are cool and crisp with very little rainfall, making for beautiful weather to set out on foot and explore the ridges and valleys of the wilderness. There is no greater way to connect with nature and with this in mind Kwandwe Private Game Reserve is introducing Winter Wilderness Walking and fly camping…

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Timbuktu Launches ‘Do It Yourself’ Safari Planning

Timbuktu safaris

Timbuktu, a travel planning startup based in Cape Town, South Africa, is officially launching in the US today, an interactive experience where travelers can fully customize their once-in-a-lifetime safari trips. Users have access to a selection of curated routes across Africa, allowing them to choose from multiple themes that fit their travel preferences, whether for a honeymoon, wine tasting excursion, a relaxing…

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Natural Habitat Adventures Adds Remote Botswana Adventure

Elephant in the Botswana landscape

The world’s leader in sustainable nature travel, Natural Habitat Adventures introduces its NEW Botswana Explorer, a 10-day wildlife viewing experience through Botswana plus a premier park in neighboring Zimbabwe. The classic safari is an exploration reminiscent of an earlier era when the African wilderness was uncrowded and synonymous with pure adventure. In Botswana’s exclusive private reserves and Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, discover…

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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Take Your Family to the Serengeti

Kijana Kids Club

Summer is an ideal time to take a dream safari vacation with the whole family. June through October is the dry season in Tanzania, and Four Seasons Safari Lodge welcomes children aged two and older. Deep within the Serengeti National Park, families see animals like lions and giraffes up close, interact with locals, learn about wildlife and evolution firsthand, participate…

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Book a Wild Studio Yoga Retreat and Celebrate National Yoga Day on June 21

Serengeti yoga

In honor of the upcoming National Yoga Day on June 21, Frontiers International Travel and Great Plains Conservation are offering two new Wild Studio Yoga retreats being offered in one of the most spiritual locations on the African continent. These four-night retreats will take place on the edge of the Chyulu Hills in southern Kenya, where guests will enjoy sunrise and sunset…

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Explore Botswana and Zambia as Never Before with New Walking Safari

Botswana elephant sunset

It’s been said of Africa, “To commune with wildlife, do as it does and follow the water.” With Country Walkers’ new 2019 tour into Zambia and Botswana, adventurers do just that, exploring the sweeping veld close to the earth, walking in riverine worlds and pristine bush in search of creatures great and small. During the 11-day Botswana & Zambia Safari:…

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The Ultimate Uganda Safari from Wilderness Travel

Murchison falls

In the newest addition to its renowned safaris that delve deep into a country’s conservation efforts, Wilderness Travel is taking travelers on a 12-day excursion to what is often called the most beautiful country in Africa, Uganda. The Ultimate Uganda Safari, available for just one departure in September 2019, traverses this spectacular, yet less-visited country and includes many bucket-list adventures,…

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Mapula Lodge, Botswana re-opens following a re-design

Mapula Lodge

Following a transformational re-design by the team behind famed ‘Jack’s Camp’ and under new ownership by Natural Selection, Mapula Lodge is ready to open for the season. Sitting in a 220,000 acre matrix of floodplains, woodlands and channels in a private reserve just outside the Okavango Delta, this nine-room lodge is just north of two of the regions’ most prolific…

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