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28 Oct

Explore Waterfalls In Kenya

We all have a soft spot for waterfalls. Just a simple sudden change of the Earth’s level along a river and we consider that spectacular. Not that I will stop loving to see that water-drop, a few rocks along the stream in my hometown already has me excited. That crashing sound, the wet breeze and...
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22 Oct

AFRICA OPEN FOR TRAVEL – Updates

KENYA  –  OPEN for international travel COVID-19 protocols and screening —–  All passengers on international flights must have a certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test on arrival. Test must have been done within 96 hours prior to departure from their home country. Arriving passengers will be screened for any COVID-19 symptoms. All passengers arriving...
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19 Oct

Namibia in a nutshell – Part 1  

Mention Namibia and one instantly think of the world’s oldest towering sand dunes, great contrasts, vast open spaces and breathtaking scenery. Namibia is a self-driver’s dream with excellent infrastructure and easy navigable roads and easy to read road signs. The Namib Naukluft National Park is home to the famous Sossusvlei with it’s large sand dunes...
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9 Oct

Namibia, a land of endless space…

Over the next few weeks we’ll be exploring Namibia, so keep an eye out for my follow up blogs… DID YOU KNOW?   Namibia is the second most sparsely populated country in the world and about half the size of Alaska, which makes it the perfect social distancing destination. There are various distinct areas to visit...
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12 Sep

Spotlight on Zambia

Zambia is still one of the world’s best-kept secrets and has recently opened up their borders for international travellers. Known as a top destination for adventure seekers and anyone who wants to experience an authentic and wild safari, Zambia is the ultimate authentic safari destination. Zambia is a large country, but not densely populated, making...
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11 Sep

My &Beyond Safari

Just before lockdown (I literally skidded home on Day 2 of hard lockdown) I was invited on a trip with andBeyond. So although it was the last safari I went on, it is by no means my last safari!  Now that we are able to travel locally, I am plotting a trip to a collection...
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22 Jul

What makes us tick as a travel team

Our thoughts on travel at the moment… What is the defining factor in an ‘unforgettable journey’? We’ve discovered that, when all’s said and done, it’s people who make the difference. Our guests leave their homes and travel to Africa, wanting especially to connect with people and get to know and understand different cultures. Here in Africa,...
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