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October & November: Book now for...

We’re often asked by travellers what they should be booking by when to avoid disappointment. There’s nothing worse than having your heart set on doing a southern Africa safari with your kids for the Easter holidays and thinking you have oodles of time to arrange it all, only to find that all the best accommodation was booked up months previously. It’s no fun staring at the four walls of your living room when you could’ve have been watching endangered wild dogs take down an impala or a leopard snoozing peacefully in the branches of an acacia tree…

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Top 3 Funniest Wildlife Voice Over Clips on the Web

If you’re in the mood for a giggle, I’ve got just the thing for you. These three compilations do a stellar job of rounding up common scenes found in nature and dubbing voiceovers to give us a comical nudge. Enjoy…

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A Taste of the Hermanus Wine Route

It’s no secret that Hermanus is home to what is arguably the world’s best land- and boat-based whale watching. Every year, thousands flock to this picturesque town lying on Walker Bay (about 90 minutes’ drive from Cape Town) to be enthralled by the mating and calving antics of southern right whales as they arrive on their annual migration from the icy Southern Ocean to the balmy shores of South Africa's Garden Route.

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Where to go in Africa in October

October in Africa and the weather is in charge. In East Africa the short rains have begun and the landscape replies with a blanket of fresh green grass. South of the Zambezi, however, it has barely rained since May and animals mill around the remaining waterholes, eyes wide and ears flicking at every snap of a twig. 

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Boat, Kayak and Hike the Congo

After three thrilling days exploring Odzala National Park's lush rainforests – and having one of the most authentic wild encounters with a family of western lowland gorillas – we journeyed to Odzala’s open savannah plains, meandering rivers and towering swamp forests. Our home for the next two nights was Lango Camp.

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The Okavango From the Inside

It was my first week managing a camp on the southwestern edge of the Okavango Delta. I was understandably wary. Not only would I have to learn to negotiate unchaperoned night walks home, drive a Land Rover on roads that often struck uncanny likenesses to rivers, identify the chiming, screeching, bellowing creatures of the day and night - I would have to do it all with the air and ease of a seasoned pro.

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Congo Safari: Cultural Encounters

As Africa Safari Experts, we’ve had the privilege of meeting some of Africa’s most iconic people – the fiercely distinctive Maasai and Sambura in Kenya, the red-hued Himba of Namibia, and those consummate survivors, the San of the Kalahari.

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Best Laid Plans: Why an African Travel Agent is Best

In our modern era of online everything, it’s important to understand what travel agents actually do before you decide if they have a role to play in your travel plans. You don’t always need an agent, which means you need to know when to bring one into your vacation planning. And, if you use an agent, do you know how to pick a great one?

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Where to go in Africa in September

September in Africa see temperatures climbing steadily and many safari destinations across the continent rapidly approaching their annual best.

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Our Recent Travels: Exploring Botswana

As African Safari Experts , we spend every day doing what we love: helping our clients live out their dream African vacations in magical destinations. But it’s not all fun and games – to reach expert level we have to pass serious written examinations (just like college) and personally visit every destination we recommend. In fact, we’re can't advise our clients on a destination until we’ve passed the exams and actually been there. After mastering South Africa – which really is ‘a world in one country’ with every sort of attraction from whales and wine to the Big 5 and resorts like Sun City – we started working on our next destination, Botswana.

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