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Comment by Kathy Moroney on November 14, 2009 at 10:37am
Hi Max. There are SO many great Africa destinations. It really just depends on what kind of trip you want to have, with what kind of accommodations and budget you have, along with your interests. South Africa is great for a combination of cities, restaurants, museums, history, culture, scenery, variety of activities, and safaris. There are some great introductory packages that include international air. Other safari destinations have more of a focus on seeing and learning about animals. They each have their own unique geography, tribes, animals/birds, density of animals, and density of tourists. By the way, if you've been to Morocco you've been to Africa!!!
Comment by Max Pesling on November 14, 2009 at 7:45am
Never been to Africa. Friends who have say that South Africa's a great place to start, for the beginner: great game parks, world-class cities like Capetown, etc. Any other suggestions for someone who's never been south of Morocco?
Comment by Johan Knols on November 5, 2009 at 1:03pm
For all the safari lovers in the world I have created a safari-website with useful tips and advice on different safari topics. I hope you enjoy the read!
Comment by Kathy Moroney on October 16, 2009 at 10:11pm
I'm embarking on a new adventure next week--deep into West Africa. The mystery of Mali and Burkina Faso--the beliefs in magic, the very old mud structures that still exist, the ancient civilizations and cultures, a place where mask-making and use is integral to their beliefs--much new to understand and be able to share with clients as another facet of wonderful Africa.
Comment by Kathy Moroney on October 5, 2009 at 2:07pm
Sample Namibia tour.pdfAre you looking to visit Namibia? Here is a great overview itinerary.
Comment by EnLinea Media on October 5, 2009 at 12:40pm
Africa is front and center on our site this week, with the Go-Lo Spotlight shining on the famous dunes of Sossusvlei in Namibia's Namib-Naukluft National Park. After this week, look for it in our Spotlight archive.
Comment by Kathy Moroney on September 23, 2009 at 5:04pm
There are also specials for Botswana.

Welcome to Kalahari Summer, Botswana’s definitive green season (1st December 2009 – 31st March 2010) promotion. Visit for 14 participating lodges and camps.
Celebrate the incredible value for money and the spontaneous celebration of nature that is summer in Botswana.
Comment by Kathy Moroney on September 23, 2009 at 5:04pm
Now is a great time to travel to Africa. Many airlines are having special airfares that have to be ticketed by September 24, but are good for travel through January 6, 2010. If you’ve been thinking about going to Africa—whether on a safari, a cultural trip, searching for your roots, or any purpose—this is the best airfare we’ve seen in a long time.

With the special airfares to Africa have you considered going to Zamibia?
We’re offering green Season specials this year! Valid 1st November 2009 to 5th January 2010. Including the Christmas Holidays!
• 5 nights Kafunta River Lodge, 1500 US$ pp sharing—300 US$ single supplement
• 7 nights Kafunta River Lodge, 1800 US$ pp sharing—420 US$ single supplement
• 10 nights Kafunta River Lodge, 2100 US$ pp sharing—600 US$ single supplement
Inclusive of accommodation, 2 game activities per day, all meals and snacks, tea and coffee, round trip airport transfers, Park entry fees and laundry service
Enjoy the change of the seasons when the dusty dry Luangwa Valley awakes to new life. The landscape changes to lush green and many animals have their young.



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