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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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See the Last Remaining Bengal Tigers with Natural Habitat Adventures

Bengal tiger

The world’s leader in sustainable nature travel, Natural Habitat Adventures introduces a NEW 7-day tiger-intensive expedition, India Tiger Quest, offering the rare opportunity to see Bengal tigers in their natural habitat along with other remarkable wildlife of India. Visit one of India’s premier places to see some of the world’s last remaining wild Bengal tigers: Ranthambore National Park. Led by India’s…

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Robin Pope Safaris Celebrates Milestone in Malawi, Africa’s Newest Go-To Destination

Robin Pope safaris

Malawi’s has long remained one of Africa’s best-kept secrets, but it’s quickly rising to the top of every travel expert’s to-do list, and the tiny, landlocked country welcomed more visitors in 2017 than ever before. Still, the uptick in tourism to the oft overlooked country hasn’t tamed its wildness; Malawi remains remote and untouched, with wildlife-rich parks and crystal-clear waters. Between…

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Unique Opportunity to Walk with the Wildebeest Migration, June 2018

aardvark safaris wildebeest migration

This June Aardvark Safaris is offering guests the opportunity to walk with the annual wildebeest migration as it crosses Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. The eight-day walking safari starts in the central Serengeti and follows the path of the migrating herds into the northern Serengeti, walking between 15 – 20 kilometers per day. Hiking routes are away from tracks and vehicles,…

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What’s New in Namibia

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2018 is set to be an exciting year with new openings and new experiences. Hoanib Valley Camp, Namibia – opening May 2018 A joint venture between the Sesfontein community and the Giraffe Conservation Foundation, Hoanib Valley Camp is located deep in north-western Namibia. In a country packed with vast and spectacularly beautiful landscapes this Kaokoland region, with towering mountains, sand…

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8 Unknown Wildlife Parks to Visit Before You Die

Bokeo Nature Preserve Laos

Wildlife viewing specialist Wild Planet Adventures recommends eight of the world’s most extraordinary yet little-known wildlife parks for nature lovers’ bucket lists. “These parks are in some instances as endangered as the animals and flora/fauna they harbor,” said Josh Cohen, company director. His company, founded in 1991, supports wild and remote places where travelers can fulfill lifetime dreams of seeing…

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