Travelling responsibly on your African safari is about considering the impact of your actions and making conscious choices that benefit the environment and local communities.
These fiction books offer a valuable window into the complexities of Africa's history, culture, and social and political issues. By reading these books before visiting Africa, you will gain a deeper understanding of the many different countries, people, and cultures that make up this diverse and vibrant continent.
The Christmas season is a time of joy and cheer, but it can also bring with it the winter blues. If you're tired of the cold and grey weather, then a safari in Africa is the perfect escape.
What better way to disconnect from modern life than by embarking on a safari adventure in Africa? The idea of leaving technology and the stresses of daily life behind can seem daunting, but taking a safari in Africa offers the perfect opportunity to unplug and unwind.
If you're planning a safari in Africa, be sure to consider the type of vehicle you'll be using this option when choosing your vehicle for game drives.
There seem to be collective nouns for every animal you could hope to encounter, and most of them appear to have been dreamed up around the campfire after three too many G&Ts. No matter, learn a few of these and you'll be able to impress fellow passengers on your game drive.
Hiring a 4WD vehicle and heading into the bush is perhaps the most exciting and adventurous way to experience the beauty of Africa - and it is not as daunting as it may sound
It's no exaggeration to say that the Serengeti National Park is the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world. With an area of 14,763 square kilometres, it has the greatest concentration of plains game in Africa and is home to one of the most incredible spectacles on earth - the great migration of wildebeest and zebra.
On this road trip I started and finished in Cape Town but ventured into the lesser-known areas including the Karoo and the Cederberg Mountains