The Lowdown of the Serengeti Migration
Feb15

The Lowdown of the Serengeti Migration

The Serengeti migration is one of the world’s most spectacular mass movements of wildlife. The migration comprises thousands of wildebeest moving in a circular pattern on an annual basis. The wildebeest are accompanied by herds of zebra, Thompson’s gazelle, eland, impala and other smaller groups of plains game. Wide open plains are literally littered with wildebeest, and waiting in the wings during the breeding season, are...

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Namibia Self Drive Adventure! Client Feedback
Jan05

Namibia Self Drive Adventure! Client Feedback

We received such a wonderful report from Mary and Andrew from their Namibia self drive adventure! Here is their full report with some very helpful guidelines to self drive through Namibia! OUR NAMIBIA SELF-DRIVE TRIP We have just returned from our long anticipated holiday to Namibia.  We wanted to see as much of the country as possible and opted to self-drive.  Having used Sun Safaris in the past for trips to South Africa, we asked...

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Top 5 Most Exquisite Lodges in Namibia
Jul25

Top 5 Most Exquisite Lodges in Namibia

The gun-metal grey sky dotted with iridescent stars hover close over the endless deserts, dunes and wild coast of Namibia. Before night falls, the sunsets over a barren and frontier looking land engulf every part of your being. The wild Skeleton Coast, with its smashing waves and prehistoric coastline will beckon you to its ghost like shores. The endless parched Kalahari shoves it’s eerie presence into your existence. The...

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Botswana Safari at the Charming Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge
Jul03

Botswana Safari at the Charming Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge

Neatly perched high up on a hill in the Chobe National Park lies a luxurious eco-friendly lodge with panoramic views over sparse acacia scrub and messy mopane woodlands. Deep in the heart of the rugged Botswana wilderness dwells a wonder of wildlife. Roaming the landscapes below the lodge, huge herds and lone cats can be viewed from the balcony of your suite or the comfort of the sophisticated lounge area. The view of the horizon is...

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Kruger and Cape Town Safari exceeded expectations! Client Feedback
Jun28

Kruger and Cape Town Safari exceeded expectations! Client Feedback

Kruger and Cape Town Safari exceeded expectations! We had this lovely feedback from Chad who went on his first safari with returning guests Rich and Mark (Read their feedback) . Chad’s Kruger and Cape Town safari started with a visit to the Klaserie Private Game Reserve in the greater Kruger Park staying at two of our favourite camps nThambo Tree Camp and Africa on Foot. After his Kruger Safari Chad flew to the Mother City, Cape...

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A Game Census at The Ant Collection in the Waterberg
Aug04

A Game Census at The Ant Collection in the Waterberg

An annual game census takes place at Ant’s Nest and Ant’s Hill in the Waterberg. Visitors are welcome but will need to get on horseback to help with the count! Here is a wonderful report posted by Hillary Gaertner of The Ant Collection on the Africa Geographic Blog.  You can also read all about What a Game Census is!   Written by: Hillary Gaertner For those who are hooked on Africa, there comes a time when you want a...

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The Chobe Princess Safari Boat
Jul29

The Chobe Princess Safari Boat

Cruising on the Chobe River on board The Chobe Princess Safari Boat Chobe – The Unassuming African Paradise ‘An unassuming African paradise.’ That sentence describes Chobe in a nutshell. There is something magical about gliding down the serene, idyllic Chobe River onboard the Chobe Princess houseboat. Game viewing is always an exciting affair. But viewing wildlife onboard a boat is a strikingly different experience. Seeing the famous...

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