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Botswana and Zimbabwe with African Bush Camps

Botswana and Zimbabwe with African Bush Camps

Blown away by this amazing Continent. Was fortunate to have participated in an incredible Famil hosted by African Bush Camps. What joy flying from camp to camp with Mack Air and Safari Logistics seeing Botswana and Zimbabwe from high above. From the moment you wake up with a hot cuppa and home-made biscuit watching the…

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The Rovos Rail Experience

The Rovos Rail Experience

The world is blessed with many luxury rail journeys. Whether it is in Australia crossing the country from coast to coast on board “Indian Pacific” or through the harsh Australian desert on board “The Ghan”, through the Canadian Rockies onboard “The Rocky Mountaineer” or traversing the European cities onboard “The Orient Express”, there are so…

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Ngorongoro Crater Game Drive

Ngorongoro Crater Game Drive

The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most fascinating conservation areas in Africa. Located in Tanzania, East Africa, it was created approx. two to three million years ago after a large volcanic explosion and collapsed on itself, creating the world’s largest unfilled caldera. The Crater is 610 metres deep and covers a distance of 260…

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Gorilla Trekking with Jules

Gorilla Trekking with Jules

The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, in south-west Uganda, covers a distance of 32,000 hectares or 331 sq. km, on the Eastern Edge of the Albertine Rift Valley. It is home to Mountain Gorilla Endangered Species, spread over four regions. There are 18 family groups as of June 2018. The Park also boasts over 160 tree…

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Chimpanzee Trek with Jules

Chimpanzee Trek with Jules

  The Gorilla and Chimpanzee trekking is in the far west of Uganda, close to the Congo border. Options do exist on how to get there, including an air-transfer towards the Bwindi National Park region, or to travel by road. The road transfer does allow seeing the country at its best, traversing the ever changing…

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Visiting Uganda

Visiting Uganda

East Africa is home to quite a few countries that are renowned for some of the world’s most amazing animal experiences. Kenya and Tanzania is home to the Annual Wildebeest Migration, Lake Nakuru and Lake Elementaita for their Pink Flamingo populations and Amboseli National Park for having one of the largest Elephant populations in the…

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