Types of Safaris

Chobe Lodge

Lets look at the type of safaris or tour that will best suit your level of comfort. This is critical as the last thing you want is to arrive in some African city or town and to find that you have in fact been booked on something you never expected or wanted. Adventure Camping Safari: […]

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Planning a Safari

Namibia Fly-In Safari

Planning  a safari  to Southern Africa can be a daunting task if you have not done so before.  There are so many choices of tours and safaris that choosing the wrong one can end up being a terrible experience which all depends on your specific requirements. You might not enjoy the traditional camping adventure safari […]

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Three Rondavels – South Africa

Three Rondavels

The Three Rondavels, a spectacular feature, is a set of three gigantic rock peaks consisting of quartzite and shale which sit on the edge of the Blyde River Canyon, on the Panorama Route, like a rural village constructed by the Gods. The rounded mountain tops were also said to once be known as “The Chief and […]

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God’s Window – South Africa

Gods Window

While South Africa and the Drakensberg in particular are filled with natural beauty and splendor, it is one part of this area that really is more spellbinding than any other. An area so vast and made up of beauty so defined that it can only be closely compared to the beauty that God saw when […]

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Blyde River Canyon – South Africa

Blyde River Canyon

Imagine you are at the top of the third largest canyon in the world. As you follow the winding path, you have to stop and stare in wonder at the astonishing panoramic views below, as the sheer edges of the cliff drop down 800m into the river below. Lush scenery abounds, a vision of rich […]

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Bourke’s Luck Potholes – South Africa

Bourkes Luck Potholes

The meeting place of two rivers and the beginning of the Blyde River Canyon, Bourke’s Luck Potholes have left many gazing in sheer wonder at the spectacular patterns and rock formations left behind after centuries of water erosion. Bourke was the surname of a man who made claim to this area in the hopes that […]

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Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s largest game reserves and South Africa’s largest. Nearly 2 million hectares that spans 352 kilometers from north to south. The Kruger National Park being the flagship of South Africa’s travel destinations borders alongside Mozambique and guarantees every visitor the ultimate safari experience. The Kruger National Park forms […]

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