How to plan an African Safari

How to plan an African Safari

How to plan an African Safari  Planning your first or even second or third African safari can be an overwhelming process. Where do you even start? How much will it cost? How long do I need to be on safari? Which animals will I see? What else is there to do in Africa...

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Top 10 things to pack when camping in East Africa

Top 10 things to pack when camping in East Africa

What are the top 10 things to pack when camping in East Africa? When camping, especially in the bush in East Africa, you need to make sure you are prepared. This list of the top 10 things to pack when camping in East Africa to help you have confidence when camping in...

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Your Kenya Safari Questions Answered

Your Kenya Safari Questions Answered

Feeling overwhelmed? If you have been thinking about a safari but are a bit overwhelmed with all the information out there, then keep reading. This blog post focuses on answering your Kenya Safari questions to find out if it is the best place for you to go on safari....

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Everything you need to know for a self-drive safari

Everything you need to know for a self-drive safari

Everything you need to know for a self-drive safari in East Africa An overloading trip anywhere in Africa is not a small undertaking. There is a lot you need to prepare for from petrol stations potentially running out of petrol, being on the roads for over a day...

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10 photos to inspire you to visit Namibia

10 photos to inspire you to visit Namibia

I wanted to share with you a different place in Africa. This is just a short photographic trip through Namibia from our road trip. Namibia is a vast and varied country, from wide-open salt flats to sand dunes and desert to large rock Koppes. There is plenty to see and...

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Lions hunt a baby giraffe

Lions hunt a baby giraffe

Being able to watch a pride of lions hunting is not an everyday occurrence. Recently we received a call about a pride of lions hunting a baby giraffe. Luckily it wasn't too far from camp so we grabbed our cameras and jumped in the car. After a quick radio call to...

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How to travel like a local in East Africa

How to travel like a local in East Africa

When you travel in East Africa it can be difficult. Not everyone speaks your language, the roads are not as you expected, the travel times are much longer than expected. This post will take you through how to travel like a local in East Africa. Inside knowledge into...

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Climbing the Sacred Mountain, Mt Ololokwe

Climbing the Sacred Mountain, Mt Ololokwe

Climbing the sacred mountain, Mt Ololokwe was a highlight of our northern Kenya Road trip. I always love being able to get out of the car on our road trips and get out and do some exercise and this hike was no stroll in the park. Our alarm was set for 3:14 am as we...

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Reteti baby elephant sanctuary

Reteti baby elephant sanctuary

Reteti elephant sanctuary community united for Elephants does exactly what it says on the tin! Reteti elephant sanctuary community united for elephants (R.E.S.C.U.E) Reteti was started in 2016. Its purpose is to help the increasing number of elephants who are being...

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5 must-see places in Northern Kenya

5 must-see places in Northern Kenya

We have just come back from a short 10-day road trip around north Kenya. This blog post will briefly explain the route of the whole trip and a bit of information about the 5 must-see places in Northern Kenya. Future blog posts will go into detail about each place...

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Packing for a road trip

Packing for a road trip

So we have a trip coming up soon and we are in the process of packing. I thought this might be a good opportunity to go through what I pack and how we set up the car, what equipment we have for camping etc. Not because  I think I am an expert at packing, but actually...

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Malawi, is it worth a visit?

Malawi, is it worth a visit?

Malawi, is it worth the visit? Malawi, is it worth the visit? If the big five is what you're after, then maybe Malawi isn't the place for you. But if crystal clear water, unparalleled sunsets and private wildlife viewings are your priority then Malawi should be number...

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