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Exploring the Galapagos is like safari at sea. But unlike an elusive cheetah or lioness in the tall grasses of …

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We have refrained from all Crocodile Dundee references in all previous Australia blogs, but now we’ve earned it. The Top …

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Why come to Australia? If we had to choose one reason, we’d say The Outback. Sure, this country has gorgeous …

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In African travel, Kenya has just about everything—savannah, jungles, mountains, beaches, wildlife, tribal people, colonial charm, and enough …

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Spanning 300-square miles and three eco-systems, Kenya’s Aberdare National Park has so much to offer that we stayed …

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Seeing lions, leopard, rhino and is always a huge thrill but the Samburu region of Kenya is about …

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Most first time safari-goers head for the famous Maasai Mara or Serengeti but for those in the know, …

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The Maasai Mara is hands down one of the most spectacular places on earth. With over 1,600,000 wildebeest, …

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After watching the frenzy of wildebeest and zebra darting back and forth across the Mara river, crocs nipping …

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We entered Tanzania in quite possibly the most difficult, unorthodox, and (in Continue Reading

The Serengeti is perhaps the most famous park in Africa and the Ngorongoro Crater is its most coveted …

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When we originally sketched out the HoneyTrek’s route, Malawi wasn’t even on our radar. But when you travel …

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Majete National Park is one of the greatest conservation success stories and Mkulumadzi lodge is helping write its pages to …

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Sadly, the history of African safari has ugly roots in game hunting and exploitation of native land but …

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Something came over us when we arrived to Livingstone, Zambia. I don’t know if it was the roar …

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