Archive for ‘Best Kept Safari Secrets’

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Alan Murphy - 08 Sep 2015

Waterberg Plateau Park in the north of Namibia is a unique park set on a plateau that rises out of desert sands. It’s more like a sanctuary for threatened and rare species of animals.

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Alan Murphy - 03 Sep 2015

The Caprivi Strip in far flung northern Namibia is a wildlife corridor that connects countries and provides some of the country’s best wildlife viewing…

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Mary Fitzpatrick - 01 Sep 2015

‘Safari’ doesn’t have to mean driving around in an open-topped or open-sided vehicle. Walking or boating lets you connect with the bush in a completely different way…

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Mary Fitzpatrick - 27 Aug 2015

Katavi National Park has some of Africa’s largest wildlife concentrations and some of its most remote wilderness. It is a difficult but amazing destination well off standard East Africa safari…

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Mike Unwin - 26 Jul 2015

De Hoop is a small, uncrowded nature reserve in South Africa’s Western Cape, where – with no pressure to tick off the Big Five – you have the freedom to discover other unusual wildlife, such as whales and caracals.

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Mike Unwin - 23 Mar 2015

Malolotja is Swaziland’s premier nature reserve but, like Swaziland itself, is often overlooked. Visitors will find few other people and can enjoy fabulous scenery, hiking as impressive as the Drakensberg and a wide variety of rare and unusual wildlife.

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Mike Unwin - 22 Mar 2015

A microlight flight offers a thrilling aerial perspective on the wildlife of Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, revealing both its wildlife and its unique geography.

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Anthony Ham - 05 Feb 2015

Khutse Game Reserve is the Kalahari’s most compact public reserve. Here you can also tap into the detailed local knowledge of scientists studying lion and leopard.

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James Bainbridge - 29 Jan 2015

A dose of history and culture in the veld, with a golden rhino, wildlife galore and views across three African countries.

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Kim Wildman - 27 Jan 2015

If you’re in to mountain trekking, spectacular landscapes and up close wildlife encounters, then Ethiopia’s Simien National Park is a must.

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