Chimanimani National Park

There are some pristine Wilderness places you will visit and imagine you are in another World, and Chimanimani National Park is one of such places. God must have been very happy when creating this wonderful African Protected Area found along the eastern border of Chimanimani district bordering Mozambique. Stretching for 171 square kilometers at the southern corner of the…

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Visit Huguenot Monument in South Africa

If you love exploring more about historical sites then this is one a few exceptional sites you need not to miss to visit while on safari in Africa. This monument was unveiled in 1948 and straddles within Franschhoek, Western Cape-South Africa. It is dedicated to cultural influences which Huguenots came with to Cape Colony after the immigration between the…

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Democratic Republic Of Congo

If there is a country that is as beautiful and rich in terms of biodiversity as Paradise, then it’s the Democratic Republic of Congo. Where in Africa will you still find large tracts of natural forests or numerous endemic species? It is only this Central African country. A trip to this destination makes you feel like you are in…

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Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve?

Plettenberg Bay is popularity called Plett and features among the most attractive resorts along the Garden route. Whereas it is a bit modern and consists of historical treasures, this intact site is remarkably one of the most magnificent tourist sites in South Africa. This tourist centre attracts most visitors during Christmas season and it has 3 beaches which are…

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Bwindi or Mgahinga? Where Best to Go on Gorilla Safari

Gorilla Population Rise In The Virunga Massif Basing on the most recent mountain gorilla census in the Virunga massif, the authorities of the Republic of Uganda, Republic of Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo released results showing a rise in the number of the gorillas to over 1004 apes in their national parks. We can all agree that…

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Sport Fishing Safaris in Uganda

Sport Fishing Within Uganda Did you know you can actually engage in sport fishing during your Uganda safari on top of enjoying wildlife and birding safaris? Yes, this is very possible with the numerous water bodies with different fish species. A third of Uganda’s landscape is occupied by water with different water bodies including Lakes Victoria, Kyoga, Albert, George,…

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Rungwa Game Reserve Tanzania

Rungwe Game Reserve is one of the remotest Wildlife Areas in Tanzania and was gazetted in 1951 to protect the extension of Ruaha National Park, which is undeniably the second largest Protected Areas within the country after Selous Game Reserve. This Game Reserve is found within Manyoni District in Singida region, on the northern side of Ruaha National Park…

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South Luangwa National Park

There is a saying that nothing is perfect and no destination will provide only positive experiences but that is not the case with South Luangwa National Park because it is one of the greatest Wildlife Sanctuaries in the World with the concentration of animals around specific spots being the most intense in the African Continent. Established into a Game…

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Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park

Straddled on the Botswana and South Africa border is the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park, an extensive Wildlife Reserve and Conservation Area within Southern Africa and is a combination of two phenomenal National Parks that include Gemsbok National Park of Botswana (covering three quarters of the Park) and Kalahari Gemsbok National Park of South Africa (a quarter of the entire…

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Chobe National Park

Welcome to Chobe National Park Botswana If your idea of a perfect and unforgettable safari is to encounter a wide range of wildlife species in large numbers, then Botswana’s Chobe National Park is where you have to be during your African safari. Whether you enjoy camping under the stars, self driving or flying into the Luxury Lodge, this National…

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