Client Feedback : Natasha Arranges the Perfect Safari
Jul23

Client Feedback : Natasha Arranges the Perfect Safari

Natasha arranged a once in a lifetime safari for her guests who stayed in two sought after safari destinations – the Kruger and Botswana. Their choice of accommodation included Camp Xakanaxa, Peermont Metcourt Suites (an overnight stay in transit), Umkumbe Safari Lodge and Savute Safari Lodge.       Sun Safaris was recommended by relatives who used their services five years ago. Could not have been a better...

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Client Feedback : Spotting Lionesses in Timbavati and Klaserie
Jul23

Client Feedback : Spotting Lionesses in Timbavati and Klaserie

Natasha’s clients were so impressed with their Kruger safari that they’re looking to explore further safari options in Botswana. Their recent safari holiday included a trip to Umlani Bush Camp in the the Timbavati Game Reserve and nThambo Tree Camp in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve. Here is their feedback :  Dear Natasha Just home from our safaris in South Africa – Timbavati and Klaserie. Just had such an...

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Client Feedback : Cape Town, Winelands and Leopards in Sabi Sand
Jul23

Client Feedback : Cape Town, Winelands and Leopards in Sabi Sand

Liselle’s clients enjoyed the best of South Africa, with a focus on three of the major scenic areas in country. They spent time in the Cape Winelands, the trendy capital of Cape Town, and a big five safari in the prestige Sabi Sand Reserve in the Kruger. Their accommodation of choice was the Franschhoek Country House, Cape Cadogan and Umkumbe Safari Lodge.  Here is there feedback :  Hi Liselle, I would like to thank you for...

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Client Feedback : Luxury Tanzania Migration Safari
Jul19

Client Feedback : Luxury Tanzania Migration Safari

Michelle’s clients enjoyed a truly African safari, exploring the area where the annual Serengeti migration takes place. Their safari was one of unexpected luxury and they explored Kitela Lodge, Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp, Lake Manyar Serena Safari Lodge, Maramboi Tented Camp. Kitela Lodge is a small, exclusive lodge situated on top of a valley overlooking a coffee plantation and is located on the Eastern wall of the...

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Now is the Time to See African Wild Dogs in Kruger
Jul06

Now is the Time to See African Wild Dogs in Kruger

The African wild dog is an endangered species of dog that enjoys a nomadic lifestyle. These mottled dogs are critically endangered and are fondly known as the “painted wolf” due its crosshatch and pain-like splatters of colour on its fur. Considered a rare sighting and “one for the books”, there really is nothing more rewarding than observing these gregarious creatures flitting about in their packs and engaging...

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Critically Endangered Pangolin Spotted in Sabi Sand
Jul05

Critically Endangered Pangolin Spotted in Sabi Sand

The pangolin (scaly anteater) is one of the most critically endangered species in the world. This prehistoric looking creature is immensely shy and is rarely seen. They have a scaly, protective armour that shields them from danger, and when under threat they tend to curl up in a defensive ball position. They’re active at night and this is when they feed, so even when spotted there’s only a slim chance of seeing a pangolin...

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Indian Ocean Scuba Diving in Mozambique and Zanzibar
Jul05

Indian Ocean Scuba Diving in Mozambique and Zanzibar

Africa’s eastern coastline is chiselled by the ebb and flow of the warm Indian Ocean, which shapes the coastal terrain into variations of rocky cliff faces and soft sand. It is where whales come to calve, turtles come to lay their eggs, and where coral reefs stretch beneath the surface, populating the sea floor with living colour. From award-winning photography, to age-old children’s animations, “unda da sea” is depicted as a world of...

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