Julian Harrison featured in the Boston Globe article “For less crowded tours, try a safari in peaceful Botswana”

Our own Africa expert Julian Harrison is featured in the in an Winter Travel article in the Boston Globe about planning  a trip a safari to Botswana, one of his areas of expertise. Click the image or here to read the article.
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Safari Honeymoon in South Africa

Nothing says love like sharing an alluring adventure with your partner, so consider South Africa as the romantic backdrop for your unforgettably enchanting safari honeymoon excursion. Since planning a honeymoon safari can be quite the daunting task, you should take a tip from the...

Ecotourism and African Safaris

The topic of ecotourism has certainly generated much debate surrounding the exact definition. However, it is now widely accepted that most ecotourism strives to expose travelers to natural settings, particularly those regions with an established sense of sustainable land usage...
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How to Safely Execute a Multi-Generational Safari

While it might not seem like the most obvious choice in the “fun for all ages” category, African family vacations are actually something anyone can enjoy, regardless of age or gender. Organizing a safari for the whole family is not only feasible, but one of the most satisfying...

Special Medicinal Concerns to Take into Consideration Before Your African Safari

Being aware of special medical considerations is one of the most significant preliminary steps in planning your African safari. Due to the transient nature of vaccination requirements, it is strongly recommended that you visit the CDC’s traveler website to familiarize yourself...
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When to Travel: Safari High and Low Seasons in Southern and East Africa

Safari High and Low Seasons in Southern and East Africa If you’re wondering when to travel to South Africa and East Africa and what the safari high and low travel seasons are, know that winter is normally considered high season because of the game-viewing factor. Winter is...
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Baby Elephants and the African Bush

Seeing elephants in their natural African habitat is undeniably magical. This stunning species resides in sub-Saharan Africa and the rainforests of Central and West Africa. They are rather hard to miss considering their massive size – reaching 8.2 to 13 feet from shoulder...
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Wildlife Watching Do’s and Don’ts

African Wildlife Watching Do’s and Don’ts It is imperative that you observe general African wildlife safety and respect guidelines during your African Safari vacation. The following precautions will ensure a pleasant game viewing experience. Do not ever try to pose...
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Spa and Wellness Safari Experiences

One of the most rapidly growing trends in the luxury safari travel scene is the rise of spa and wellness vacations that balance physical activity with time to reflect, relax, and rebalance.  These types of African luxury safari safari experiences also integrate an element of...

Elephants, Hippos, and Rhinos – Oh My!

Facts you Probably Didn’t Know About These Fascinating Creatures One of the most captivating aspects of embarking on an African safari is the once in a lifetime opportunity to behold magnificent wildlife in a raw natural setting.  The Serengeti invites you to enjoy the visual...
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