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This Safari is Making a Real Difference in Zimbabwe

The safari that has it all
In 2019 we launched our inaugural Water for Hwange Conservation Safari in Zimbabwe with the dual aim of making a positive difference in a country we love and having an amazing experience while doing so. It turned out to be our most popular safari of the year and sold out in only a matter of weeks. This one-of-a-kind safari has it all: meaningful co...
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Mobile Camping Safari in Botswana: 3 Reasons This Should Be Your Next Adventure In Africa

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A mobile camping safari in Botswana is a great fit for guests looking for a simple and affordable way to encounter the wildlife hotspots of Botswana. Our 12-day Wild Botswana Mobile Camping Safari travels through the wildlife heartland of Botswana – from Maun, through the Okavango Delta, the Linyanti and Chobe Reserves and finishing at Victoria Fal...
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The Okavango Delta of Botswana

Gliding through the waterways of the Okavango Delta in a mokoro dugout canoe.
The Okavango Delta is one of the natural wonders of the world and THE wildlife destination in Botswana! A safari in the Okavango Delta ranks among the top experiences for seasoned safari-goers.  The Delta region is formed seasonally when the rain-fed Okavango River flows out from the highlands of Angola and spills close to 3 cubic miles of wat...
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A Cape Town Culinary Safari: Nibbling away in the Mother City

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My day on a Cape Town Foodie Tour was a day well spent discovering some of the culinary gems of this amazing city. Part history lesson, part cross-cultural encounter, part gastronomic extravaganza, this privately guided excursion used the vibrant food scene of the city as a vehicle for exploring both the very popular and hidden gems that Cape Town ...
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Part 1: Father-Son Safari in Zimbabwe

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I remember years ago reading about how a proper Englishman who was sent to Africa to work at an isolated outpost during colonial times maintained his structured lifestyle. Having a set personal routine with specified times to get up, to eat breakfast and to begin his workday helped him maintain his composure when unexpected or difficult situations ...
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