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Namibia: A Birds Paradise

Namibia: A Birds Paradise

Take a couple of minutes to read about the lives of our beloved and quite beautifully functional winged co-habitants. The purpose of this blog post is simply to entice the bird lover, and to maybe remind others of the exciting opportunities that bird-watching in Namibia can offer!

Today,…

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The Great wonders of Namibia

The Great wonders of Namibia

Namibia, located in the south west of Africa, also previously known as South West Africa, gained its independence in March 1990. Namibia’s population is heading towards 3 million and has wide-open spaces, a rich diversity of culture, and plenty to see and do! Let’s look at the greatest wonders of…

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Botswana – Land vs Water based accommodation

Botswana – Land vs Water based accommodation

The republic of Botswana, previously known as Beachuanaland, before gaining their independence on the 30th of September 1966, is an extremely popular tourist destination, although slightly smaller than Texas their population is less than 2.5 million people. Most tourists flock to Botswana for their warm winters, hot summers and most…

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Africa Bizarre

Africa Bizarre

Africa can offer up a number of unexpected surprises, brimming with beautiful, raw encounters and unfathomable uniqueness; at times, however, the unexpected borders on the downright bizarre!

Here is a look at some of the more unusual animals you can find when exploring the Southern African sub-continent….

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Botswana’s thriving Deserts, Parks & Pans

Botswana’s thriving Deserts, Parks & Pans

The breathtaking beauty of Botswana is not limited to the famous Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park. For Africa connoisseurs there is also the vast Nxai Pan National Park and Makgadikgadi National Park where endless herds of Zebra kick up the dust during April/May, and watchful predators stalk unsuspecting grazers…

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Botswana’s Gunns Camp

Botswana’s Gunns Camp

The chiefs island area of the Okavango Delta is one of our favourites, the vast floodplain in front of the lodge stretches out towards Chiefs Island and every season offers visitors something exciting. I remember seeing a pack of wild dogs, silent except for the high pitched yips and chirps…

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