Posts Tagged with ‘wildlife’

Masaai Style: Discovering Kenya’s Wildlife

July 17th, 2017

Sitting very quietly in the landrover, the lionesses primed their cubs on how to hunt; the target was a couple of young warthogs that were lazily grazing nearby. Almost with military precision, the cubs rose, crouched and then darted off in search of their prey. Unfortunately for them, due to their over-exuberance and lack of

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Costa Rica – A Wildlife Wonderland

July 11th, 2016

It has never been easier to travel to Costa Rica! Now that British Airways fly direct, twice a week, us Brits can finally get to experience some of the remarkable fauna and flora that this small Central American country is so famous for. But in order to see it all, you may have to plan

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8 Things to do in Cape Town this summer

December 7th, 2015

The first thing that comes to mind when you think of Cape Town is likely Table Mountain, followed by postcard-worthy images of the Atlantic Ocean with Robben Island waiting patiently out in the bay for the next ferry-load of tourists. But there is so much more to this cosmopolitan city than simply its natural beauty and classic

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7 Responsible Wildlife Experiences You Can’t Miss in South Africa – Besides a Safari

October 21st, 2015

South Africa’s wildlife experiences don’t start and end with safaris. There’s so much to do in this diverse country than simply hopping into a safari vehicle. It’s time to ditch the car, don your walking shoes, and get closer to nature than you ever thought possible. And because we know that animal experiences are a

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The ultimate safari guide to Kruger National Park

August 7th, 2015

The haunting cry of the fish eagle, a rare leopard sighting, and the mock charge of an elephant fiercely guarding her young will stay with you for years to come. South Africa is one of the best safari destinations in the world. Not only does it have abundant wildlife and some of the world’s top safari guides, but

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