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Family safaris - top tips

Top tips for planning a family safari, with the African Bush as your playground. Africa is a great family safari destination.safari destination.

Diving off a Vamizi Island dhow in the northern Quirimbas
Celebrate in Africa

Africa's top 5 places for celebrations. Whether it's a Graduation or Honeymoon, a big birthday, retirement or a family friendly safari destination

Best places to see lions in the wild
See lions in the wild

Where are the best places to see lions in the wild? The lion is king and although sadly endangered today, it still remains a firm favourite.

Climate in Zambia_Liuwa Plain National Park, Zambia_Courtesy African Parks
Climate in Zambia

Climate in Zambia The climate in Zambia is classified as ‘tropical wet and dry’ or ‘humid subtropical’ Land locked Zambia is a vast tropical plateau in southern Africa. The plateau

Poems inspired by Africa

Poems inspired by Africa Poetic musings courtesy of a friend of Africa, Herb Windolf Phil Berry leading a walking safari from Kuyenda in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia Bush Walking

Chewore, the rescued Rhino….a happy tale!

Chewore, the rescued Rhino….a happy tale! Chewore takes to upsetting the table at Maronga Camp, Matusadona “Chewore” was rescued as a calf from an area called Tunsa Springs in the

Bungee jumping
Victoria Falls bungee

Victoria Falls bungee Test the edge of fear – try the 110m bungee jump off the Victoria Fall bridge. This collection of BigAir shots from Victoria Falls bungee (courtesy Trish

World’s coolest helicopter rides

World’s coolest helicopter rides A chopper flight over Victoria Falls with Safari Par Excellence has been named one of the World’s Coolest Helicopter Rides by Travel & Leisure Magazine! Travel

Mana Pools saga latest

Mana Pools saga latest We’ve been keeping a beady eye on developments along the Lower Zambezi Valley for some time now. In April 2009 Protea Hotels announced plans to build

Nyaminyami – the Kariba Legend

Nyaminyami – the Kariba Legend A Nyaminyami carving overlooking Kariba dam wall, Zimbabwe (courtesy David Cross) The BaTonga People lived in the Zambezi Valley for centuries in peaceful seclusion and

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