When to Travel to East Africa to Behold the Wildlife Great Migration

Beholding the wildlife Great Migration is renowned as one of most visually stunning adventures you could ever add to your travel bucket list. Specifically, the Great Migration of hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, antelope, gazelle, and zebra begins in Tanzania’s Serengeti and steadily follows a path to the southwestern border of Kenya. Determining when to travel to East Africa to view the Great Migration hinges on a number of factors since different times of the year...
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The Majesty of Victoria Falls

David Livingstone captured the essence of the mesmerizing Victoria Falls when he remarked that, “scenes so lovely must be gazed upon by angels in their flight.” With a beauty so majestic that it conjures up heavenly imagery, it’s no surprise that Victoria Falls is one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. Furthermore, you should strongly consider visiting this enchanting UNESCO World Heritage Site if you’re traveling to South Africa. For a...
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elephant in Zimbabwe's unspoiled wilderness

Zimbabwe’s Unspoiled Wilderness

From awe-inspiring vistas to an impressive array of wildlife, Zimbabwe invites curious travelers to explore its unspoiled wilderness. Within Zimbabwe’s local reserves, you have the unique opportunity to see abundant endangered species that once inhibited a vast portion of Africa.  In fact, Zimbabwe boasts one of the continent’s longest and proudest conservation records in tandem with some of the most premier national parks. When planning a trip to Zimbabwe When planning...
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Into Africa: The History of the First Safaris

The landscape of the African bush has continued to enchant travelers for centuries. Danish author Isak Dinsen remarked in her memoir Out of Africa, “If I knew of a song of Africa, of the giraffe, and the African new moon lying on her back, of the ploughs in the fields, and the sweaty faces of the coffee-pickers, does Africa know a song of me?” This song of Africa dates back to the 13th century when Arab and Persian traders adventured across the continent. These traders...
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