If you yearn for an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday hassles, and the chance to sample a totally different way of life, an African adventure holiday could be just what you need. The chance to sample the real Africa up close and personal, sleeping and rising with the sun, is an experience … Continued
Category: African safari
Taking part in an African safari is all about great photos of superb landscapes, savannas, glorious coastlines and lovely lakes. Then of course, there’s all the wildlife you encounter along the way. The last thing you need to think about are things like wearing the wrong footwear or uncomfortable clothes and the fact you lost … Continued
Kenya is the one safari destination that many people dream of visiting so they get to see the superb savannas, gorgeous rainforests and splendid mountains. Vast herds of wildebeest, zebras and other wildlife abound in the many parks and game reserves and for the last few decades, wonderful camp-sites of every kind have sprung up … Continued
If you’re hoping to go on safari in Africa during a migration season and have set your heart on being in Tanzania‘s beautiful and vast Serengeti region, the good news is the season lasts a good nine months. One of the best places to start your adventure is in Arusha which means you could get … Continued
Home to the most legendary nature reserves and safari parks in the world, the continent of Africa is an amazing place to visit. The choice of destinations is brilliant whether you choose to go on safari to Namibia, South Africa, Kenya or Tanzania to name but four countries where you can travel on an overland … Continued
If your idea of a dream holiday is taking to the planes and spotting wildlife, an African safari is definitely the trip for you. However, these holidays can often be expensive. Organised tours, camping and accommodation, game park fees and tour guides can all add up on top of your flights to and from the … Continued
African dust storms in our air | e! Science News. You might find it hard to believe that dust clouds from the African Sahara can travel thousands of miles across the Atlantic Ocean, but it does every year and in large quantities
Durban – South Africans will still be required to get visas before visiting the UK for now, but progress is being made in negotiations between the two governments to lift the visa requirement, says the British Foreign Secretary, William Hague. via Progress in visa negotiations with UK – Travel News | IOL Travel | IOL.co.za.
Zambia wins UNWTO award | Times of Zambia. ZAMBIA has been declared winner of the African nomination of the 2013 United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Vettor Giusti tourism poster competition.
Reuniting African families one at a time – The Park Record. Bridges to America helps to reunite African families that have been “separated by war, political unrest, famine, and other hardships,” and to conduct service missions in Africa.