Adventures in Africa
African Safari Myths
For animal lovers and work-weary urbanites like us, an African safari is a dream trip.Some travelers, no matter how much they yearn for an African safari, resist the trip because of myths, bits of misinformation that make them think that a safari is a bad idea. We want to debunk those myths.
Discover Chefchaouen, Morocco
Chefchaouen, one of Morocco’s jewels, gains fame for three things: its scenic setting in the Rif Mountains, its picturesque sky blue entranceways and its laissez-faire attitude toward selling and smoking marijuana.
Explore Etosha National Park, Namibia’s Jewel
Etosha National Park takes us by surprise. Springbok prance across the plains, lions linger in tall grass meadows, giraffe munch acacia trees and elephants stretch their trunks into the silvery coolness of waterholes. Namibia’s jewel, Etosha reigns as one of Africa’s largest game parks.
Exploring Namibia’s Sand Dunes
Come to Namibia’s Namib-Naukluft Park, one of Africa’s largest conservation areas, to experience its sand dunes, among the world’s highest. Watch the sunrise create dramatic shadows on the dunes, hike the slopes and find out about the lizards, chameleons and other creatures that live in dunes.
How to Choose a Family Safari
There is something joyous about watching animals roam free in their natural habitat. Visiting Africa is a dream trip, one that you and your kids will remember forever. To choose a family friendly company and departure, consider the following tips.
How to Choose an African Safari
Africa is a dream vacation that you will remember forever. Booking an African safari, however, can be confusing. Where to go, when to go, as well as what type of tour, lodge and company to choose are key concerns. Pick the destination first and then the tour operator or accommodations.
Pet Lion Cubs and Giraffe, Johannesburg Adventures
A lion cub tugs at my sweater while another grabs my daughter’s pant leg. A giraffe swings his crane-like neck toward us, unfurls his foot-long, purple tongue to grab the food pellets from our hands. Before our safari, we´re enjoying close encounters with the animals at Johannesburg´s Lion Park.
Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater
Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater rates as one of Africa’s highlights because of its concentration of diverse wildlife. Among the 25,000 animals that roam the crater floor are lions, zebras, wildebeest, buffalos and endangered black rhinos. Near the rim is another legend: & Beyond’s Crater Lodge.
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