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Coronavirus and Travelling to Africa

As the world carries on fighting this tiny virus with a big punch, we all sit in anticipation about when life will return back to normal. For us, the most important question is; what is happening in Africa? Is it possible to travel to Africa and go on safari? Is it safe to do so? I can tell you that,…

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Cape Town Safari

The Best Cape Town Safari Guide

Cape Town is a city that proves you can have it all. Whether you want endless sandy beaches, world-leading vineyards, Africa's best restaurants or unique nature, Cape Town's got it. South Africa's oldest city is awesome! Of course, having a dramatic setting and the Atlantic Ocean lovingly hugging the coast helps. You can't walk far without coming across markets selling…

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Young Male Lion Chilling On A Road Sign In Kruger Park

Kruger National Park Tours and Travel Guide

Many who visit Kruger National Park describe it as a "sublime wildlife experience". The seventh biggest game reserve in Africa, it ranks with the best in Africa and is the flagship of South Africa's national parks. Its atmosphere is so unique that it allows those who enter its vastness to immerse themselves in the unpredictability and endless wilderness that is…

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Why Are Animals Scared of Humans in the Wild

Quite often we begin one of our Kruger safari tours in the national park itself and then move to the privacy inside Klaserie Game Reserve. What is very noticeable between the two reserves is how the animals react to the vehicle and us. Kruger National Park, the animals are very relaxed and will walk up to the vehicle, sometimes even…

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Mating Lions On A Kruger Safari

Lion Population in the Greater Kruger Park

Over the past few years we have enjoyed many great sightings of lion in Greater Kruger. One thing I have noticed is that these lions are breeding at an alarming rate and the severe drought we experienced during 2015/2016 contributed to their numbers increasing as food was abundant as was water at the man-made watering holes... After some research I…

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Kruger Park Entry Gate

The Best Roads To See Kruger National Park Animals

Kruger National Park is a pretty massive game reserve... Imagine trying to find animals in a 4-million acre wilderness. On top of that, these animals move around and prefer different habitats too. Here is a free guide to the best roads to find these animals in Kruger. Let me know how you go, I would love to know what you…

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Lion Cub In Klaserie Game Reserve

How Lions Strengthen Their Bonds

A lion pride is an amazing thing... Females and youngsters move around the wilds of the bush and can not only survive, but they keep up a close bond through all the trials and tribulations Licking, nuzzling and cuddling each other are some of the ways lions keep the bonds within the pride strong. In fact, if lions meet other…

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Close-up Photo Of A Mosquito

A Comprehensive Kruger National Park Malaria Guide

We get asked very often about malaria and whether it is a good idea to take medication while on a Kruger safari. We decided to put together a comprehensive write up on Malaria to assist you guys. Enjoy it and post any comments that you have. I will do my best to answer you guys. In this post we will…

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Leopard

Leopard ‘The Prince’

We see these guys very often on all our Botswana luxury safaris and tracking them is very much part of the fun! Behaviour: Move around during the day in game reserves, their nocturnal habits form near human habitation. Escape from the heat in tree’s and rocks. It is impossible to keep leopards from moving freely through game fences. Leopards are…

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Swift Cheetah Facts

We count ourselves really lucky when we see these guys as there are only around 7,000 cheetahs left in Africa! Fortunately, on our safaris to the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, you may encounter one as this reserve has some of the world's best cheetah viewing opportunities. Behaviour: Normally solitary, the cubs stay with their mother until they are about a…

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