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The day started with the return drive out of Masai Mara Park. The only thing that made it tolerable was thinking back to what a marvelous piece of earth we had just visited. I want to return to Kenya, but I will not return to the Mara until they fix the road. If you are reading this blog with an eye towards your first trip to Kenya, definitely go to the Mara, but bring a pillow to sit on in your vehicle.
On the way out we went past a Land Rover sporting a logo for the Michigan State…Continue
The Kruger National Park ~ Does not need any introduction as the region enjoys an iconic status around the world, offering some of the best wildlife experiences in Africa. The buzz of heading out on an early morning, as the sun is rising or night time game drive is a pure adrenalin rush!
This is the real Africa, the one you dreamt of, with endless savannah, dense undergrowth, golden sunsets and an abundance of wild animals.
Arguably the emblem of South African…Continue
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Costa Rica is such as small country in size, but very big and rich in nature, fact that has been proved and experienced by nature lovers from over the world, over and over again. The large range of species of both flora and fauna, gives the real essence and charm to this beautiful country. If we take a look at a specific group, it is very easy to realize how diverse and wide Costa Rica´s biodiversity is.…
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We took off after a wonderful breakfast at the Lion Hill lodge. The objective was to get to Masai Mara National Park and the Sopa Lodge by 1:30 for lunch and the afternoon game drive.
By the way, if you ever go on safari in Kenya or Tanzania, I can recommend the Sopa chain without hesitation, and no, they are not paying me to say this.…Continue
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We left Amboseli at 7:30 for an 8 hour drive to Nakuru Lake National Park. The park is located ½ of a degree south of the equator, so I can definitely claim to be in equatorial Africa. The park and lake are in the Rift Valley. This valley is over 9000 kilometers long and extends from Mozambique to Israel. It is a valley of legendary big white hunter tales. If you want to know a lot more go to …Continue
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There is so much that has already been written about southern Africa. Today I want to write about an exciting adventure that is different and yet very close to my soul. It is important for our reader to note that we specialize in bespoke holidays in and around southern Africa. We have…Continue
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After years of operating one of the most environmentally friendly hotels in Jamaica we this year will be starting another project in the hope that we can reach out to as many small properties as possible and assist them in converting their operations. We…Continue
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This is a small soda lake on the floor of the Great Rift Valley laying in between the other well known lakes like Naivasha and Nakuru. The Lake was designated as a ramsar site in 2005 and is also an important bird area with the lake boa sting of around 450 species of birds. Its famed to be the only breeding ground for the white pelicans in the East African region.
The landscape around the lake shows evidence of past volcanic activity including some hotsprings on the southern…Continue
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Forests in India treasures abundance of wildlife breed that additionally abode civic parks in India. Wildlife tourism offers accomplished befalling to appointment abundant array of animals in India including tiger, Indian peacock, cobra snake, Asiatic lion, bobcat etc and endless cardinal of aerial species.
Nestled in the ranges…Continue
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I have traveled throughout the length and breadth of India. It is such a amazing country that you will find differences in cultures, peoples, topography, climate, living standards, historical interests etc. after every few hundred miles of travel.
India is one of the oldest civilizations with its history going as far back as c5000 B.C. It has seen huge ups and downs in its entire history with centuries of foreign rule.
It has been one of the most tolerant and absorbing…
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If you are longing on to experience the real safari experiences in wildlife safari, Tanzania is your destination. You will never such a spectacular sight on the planet. Where else will you find zebras and wildebeests roaming freely around you? You will also enjoy watching daring cheetahs springing from cover to welcome you on this beautiful land. In addition, the roaring of lions can be heard loud on your visit to the Serengeti or Ngorongoro…
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A destination that has something for every traveler, Thailand offers an incredible stay and fascinating opportunities to enjoy world-class shopping, island hopping or explore the country’s national parks with the activities that has something different for every visitor that plans a visit to Thailand. Indulge yourself in the massive geographic and cultural diversity of Thailand by opting for Thailand tours. Explore…Continue
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