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Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

At a Glance: Where: The majestic Victoria Falls are on the Zambezi River between the countries of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Why: Victoria Falls is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s largest sheet of falling water. When: The river levels are at their maximum in April or May, when the entire length of Victoria […]

Seychelles - Top 5 things to see and do in April

At a Glance: Where: Seychelles is an island republic in the Indian Ocean, close to Africa’s East Coast. Why: The Seychelles, an archipelago of 115 granite and coral islands, is famed for its magnificent natural beauty.  Numerous beaches and nature reserves may be found here, as well as unusual wildlife such as Aldabra giant tortoises. […]

The Okavango Delta Flood Journey

At a Glance: Where:  The Okavango Delta is a unique wetland in northern Botswana. Why: This magnificent wetland is the epitome of tranquility and beauty. When: April is a fantastic month to visit the Okavango Delta, with mild to warm weather, minimal likelihood of rain, and the chance to witness the flood in action as […]

Skeleton Coast in March

Where: The Skeleton Coast is a windswept strip of desert located along the Atlantic shoreline of northwest Namibia. Why: Skeleton Coast National Park was established to safeguard the distinctive coastline shoreline as well as the northern wilderness area, which is home to Cape Fur seal colonies, endangered black rhinoceroses, desert-adapted elephants, and other animals. When: […]

'Sea' you on Mahé Island, Seychelles

Mahé is the largest island in the Seychelles archipelago, located off the coast of East Africa in the Indian Ocean. It’s famous for its sugary-soft, white-sand beaches, sparkling turquoise sea, and densely forested granite mountains. In this tropical paradise, you might not want to do much more than laze on the sand. However, swimming, snorkeling, […]

Make memories in the Masai Mara, Kenya

The Masai Mara National Reserve, located in Kenya’s far southwest in the Great Rift Valley, is the East African country’s showpiece: a massive wilderness with plentiful big game, beautiful vistas, and the site of one of the world’s most epic wildlife migrations. The Masai Mara is named in honor of the Maasai people, the ancestral […]

Did you know that South Africa featured #15 in NYtimes?

The New York Times has published its yearly list of the greatest places to visit throughout the world. This year’s list is titled “52 Places for a Changed World”, and includes places, entities, institutions, and collectives from all around the world that work to improve their local and global communities, do not contribute to over-tourism […]

Ngorongoro Crater in February

At a Glance: Where is Ngorongoro Crater?:  The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is located 110 miles west of Arusha City in northern Tanzania.  Why visit the Ngorongoro Crater?: Offering an incredible diversity of species and landscapes in a compact area the Ngorongoro is often referred to as a ‘garden of Eden’. The crater is a UNESCO […]

Volcanoes National Park in February

At a Glance: Where is Volcanoes National Park?:  Volcanoes National Park is located in the north of Rwanda, 81 miles from the capital, Kigali. Why visit Volcanoes National Park?: The best spot in the world to see the endangered mountain gorillas is in Volcanoes National Park. Dian Fossey began her decades-long habituation of these gentle […]

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