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Posted by ryanhetreed | 17 March 2020 | Safari
Kruger National Park or Eastern Cape Safari in South Africa?

Not sure where to go for your first South African Big 5 safari?  Knowing the differences between Eastern Cape landscapes to that of a safari in the Kruger is useful to determine which option will best suit your safari and travel requirements. Here is a brief introduction to each region as well as the major...

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Posted by ryanhetreed | 17 March 2020 | Activities
Honeymoon Safari’s: Top 10 Romantic Activities

Thinking about planning a romantic African safari honeymoon? Down in Africa, we’re masters at showcasing nature's magnificent romantic side - in pure luxury. We know that the thought of sleeping out in the African bush where there are bugs, dust, and wild animals may not seem like the most romantic way to spend your holiday...

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Posted by ryanhetreed | 17 March 2020 | Travel Tips
5 Things NOT to take on an African Safari

Packing for your Big 5 African safari is a fairly simple feat. You want to remember to take light-weight clothing in natural tones, a warm cardigan, and of course, the very important camera. Sunscreen is a must, your bathing suit, and comfortable walking shoes. There are however a few items we highly recommend you leave...

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Posted by ryanhetreed | 17 March 2020 | Food & Culture
Food on Safari: A Wild Adventure for Your Taste buds

On any luxury African safari, your safari hosts take your culinary experience just as seriously as your wildlife experience.  With top-class chefs running 5-star kitchens, you can be ensured that your taste buds will be experiencing a whole adventure of their own during your luxury safari holiday. Here’s what you can expect from luxury safari...

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Posted by ryanhetreed | 17 March 2020 | Wildlife
Big 5 African Safari – Rhino

Spotting a rhino on your Big 5 African safari is an awe-inspiring experience. Despite their prehistoric appearance, rhinos are reserved and shy animals. Over half the world's remaining rhino live on the plains of the Greater Kruger National Park across thousands of hectares in the main and adjacent unfenced private reserves.  Sadly, some of the...

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