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Featured Namibia Safari Camp: Desert Rhino Camp

A rhinoceros sighting is always a magical experience on safari. And, of the two African rhinoceros species, the critically endangered black rhino is more difficult to find, with the number of animals remaining estimated at 5,040 to 5,458 (source: Save the Rhino Trust, 2015). However, your odds increase significantly when you visit Desert Rhino Camp […]

A New Camp for your Okavango Delta Safari

It’s not every day that a new camp opens in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, so we’re very excited to share the news about this one. Qorokwe Camp is not only beautifully and thoughtfully constructed, but gives guests a uniquely private wildlife-viewing experience in one of the world’s most famously abundant and diverse ecosystems. Deriving its name […]

Beating the Safari Crowds: a Kafue Zambia Safari

In the first of three blogs on beating the safari crowds in Southern Africa, Cape Town-based guest blogger David Bristow reveals some lesser-known destinations that you’ll want to add to your safari bucket list. He begins with Kafue National Park in south-central Zambia. Q: What do Yosemite Valley and the Okavango Delta have in common? A: […]

Beating The Safari Crowds: Zambia's Luangwa Valley

In the second installment by David Bristow on alternatives to the Okavango Delta, we visit Zambia’s Luangwa Valley. Don’t you just love the names – Kafue, Luangwa, Zambezi; they spell out a litany of adventure and anticipation of the primordial wilderness. The Luangwa River is, like the Kafue, a major tributary of the Zambezi, both […]

New Okavango Delta Safari Camp: Splash Camp

If you’ve enjoyed stays at Kwara or Little Kwara camps in the Okavango Delta, you’ll be excited to learn about some of the changes taking place in the private Kwara Reserve in summer 2018. Kwara and Little Kwara will be closing, but brand-new Splash Camp gives guests access to the same private reserve with plentiful wildlife, […]

African Family Safari Trip Planning Over the Holidays

African Safari Trip Planning During Thanksgiving Dinner, – Nov. 8, 2013, Bushtracks Expeditions, Healdsburg, CA When carving out the best family vacation to Africa, there are a myriad of things to consider. With the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday quickly approaching on Thursday, November 28, many travel companies like us are bracing for the peak travel seasons. […]

Best African Safari Camps & Resorts by Conde Nast

Best African Safari Camps and Resorts – Conde Nast Top 25 List, Bushtracks African Expeditions, Healdsburg, CA – Nov. 11, 2013 Here is Condé Nast Traveler readers rate the top 25 resorts and safari camps in South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Kenya, and Rwanda: Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve, South Africa 98.9 Singita Sabi Sand, South […]

What is the Arusha Coffee Lodge?

THE ARUSHA COFFEE LODGE An Aromatic and Sensory Experience for a Perfect Luxury Safari in Tanzania Lying on the gentling rolling foothills that cascade down from the ever-present Mount Meru is the bustling and vibrant town of Arusha. It is here on the outskirts of this town, hidden amongst one of Tanzania’s largest coffee plantations, […]

Top African Safaris - Chiawa Camp & Old Mondoro in Zambia Africa

Chiawa Camp and Old Mondoro are situated on the banks of the Zambezi River in the south-eastern part of Zambia, Africa, opposite Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park, the Lower Zambezi National Park occupies 4092 sq. kms, with 120 kms of river frontage. Its distinguishing features are the rugged escarpment to the north, the river itself, […]

April 14, 2020
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