A Timeline for Planning Your African Safari

You should start planning your safari in the same way as you would for any type of trip. Research books and read travel guides about your particular regions of interest. Get inspired and remember that deciding which areas to visit and choosing which safari operator will be organizing your trip are the most important things you need to do. During your safari planning process, refer back to this handy checklist to make sure that you’ve covered all your bases. Six months to...
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African Great Migration Frequently Asked Questions

The Great Migration – Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Great Migration? The wildebeest migration between the Serengeti and Kenya’s Masai Mara reserve is one of the most mesmerizing natural spectacles on Earth. Nowhere else will you get the opportunity to behold so many wildebeest in one place. Where can I see the Great Migration? The Great Migration begins in the Serengeti Plain, which is situated along Tanzania’s northern border with Kenya. The awe-inspiring wildebeest migration moves across the plains to the...
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Photography Tips on Safari

Pro Tips for Photography Enthusiasts Going on Safari

Photography enthusiasts have a unique opportunity to exercise creative license with the diverse range of shots available while on an African safari. From wildlife action shots to picturesque landscapes and macro snaps of insects and plants, capturing the splendor of Africa as you see it through the camera lens is an extra special way to preserve these unforgettable moments in time. Procuring and traveling with all the camera equipment can be cumbersome, and you take into...
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Colors of the Desert of Namibia

See the Driest of all African places at Skeleton Coast National Park in Namibia

Namibia is one of Southern Africa’s most charming regions given it’s home to a myriad of natural wonders. Foremost of these natural wonders is the Namib Desert, one of the oldest and driest deserts worldwide. Here, you can experience rare desert species and unparalleled geological landscapes. Situated along Namibia’s western coast, this arid stretch of land is often referred to as the “Skeleton Coast” for its towering sand and granite walls that offer a backdrop for some...
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