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“From a vehicle you see Africa. On foot you feel, hear and smell Africa” (moved)

Today’s African Safari Fact of the Day – Did You Know… the play of lion cubs often imitates the behavior that they will use as adults, including stalking, killing and fighting? Play is an important way for cubs to learn these adult skills as well as to form strong social bonds with their companions. The […]

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Leopard Feeds on Impala in Crocodile’s Mouth (Moved)

Leopards are not usually the pushy types – leaving that sort of things to the more brutish lions – but this young male spotted in Zambia recently seems to have a little more nerve than most. Filmed by lucky safari goers at Mfuwe Lodge in the South Luangwa, this leopard begins feeding on an impala […]

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African Safari Consultants Present: The Kruger National Park [video]

One of the largest and most well-known Game Reserves in the world, the Kruger National Park in South Africa is the Great Dame of safari destinations. Extending some 7500 square miles and bordering Zimbabwe and Mozambique, the Park is home to one of the biggest concentrations of animal, plant and bird life on the planet. […]

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Cheetah v Gazelle (moved)

Though the electric speeds of the cheetah are well-known, witnessing an adult cheetah in full flight is still one of the rarest and most exhilarating sights in Africa. Reaching speeds of up to 60mph, cheetahs are the fastest animals on land but can only maintain such speed for short distances. Their efficiency in the hunt is therefore […]

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Highlights of Southern Namibia (moved)

The sleeping giant of Southern Africa, Namibia is beginning to enjoy a resurgence in tourism thanks in part to it’s diversity, relative inexpensiveness and good infrastructure. From the colonial charm of Swakopmund, to the vast expanse of the Namib, to the abundance of game in Etosha, Namibia offers something for everyone. These are the top […]

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How to Dress on Safari (moved)

For the safari you definitely need a warm jacket, scarf and knitted hat. The wind factor on the morning drive must be taken in to account. You will be given blankets as well by the lodge, but dress warmly in layers so you can take clothes off as it gets warmer. A jacket with some […]

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