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Fish River Canyon

Learn About the Famous Fish River Canyon and its Attractions

Not just another hole in the ground. Located in Southern Namibia, is the world’s second-largest canyon, after the well-known Grand Canyon situated in Arizona, United States.Fish River Canyon is a popular terrain where thousands of hikers, bikers, and all-round travellers journey through daily. It’s the second most visited tourist attraction in Nambia, after the Namib Desert, which is the oldest desert found on the globe. Let’s explore why so many…

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Why an Exciting Namibian Safari is Just What You Need

Office life letting you feel a bit under the weather? The Namibian Explorer Overland Safari is exactly what you need to escape the office walls for a few days and clear your mind.Start in Windhoek, Namibia and travel south through the desert of Namibia and end in the beautiful city of Cape Town, South Africa. Namibia Namibia or Namibië (in the Afrikaans language) means “open plains” in the ancient Hottentot…

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Get to Know Breathtaking Mozambique and its Lifestyle

With pearly white beaches and azure waters, Mozambique offers some of the most marine rich coastlines in Southern Africa and is fast becoming a popular place for travellers to enjoy their tropical island getaway.With warm water from the Indian Ocean lapping in waves it’s no wonder tourists flock to this destination but the real show stoppers are the Bazaruto Archipelago and Quirimbas Archipelago islands lying just offshore.Enjoy the island life…

More About Malawi: The Warm Heart of Africa

More About Malawi: The Warm Heart of Africa

Even though Malawi is ranked among the world’s least developed country, it’s nicknamed “The Warm Heart of Africa” because of its welcoming people.The beautiful country stretches 840 km from the north to the south and contains spectacular highlands and beautiful lakes. Even though Lake Malawi takes up more than one-fifth of the country’s total area, it has a curving strip of land which follows along the East African Rift Valley.Since…

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All You Need to Know About the Lightning Fast Cheetah

Meet the fastest land animal in the world, the cheetah. The cheetah is part of the subfamily “Felinae” and can be found in East, Northern and Southern Africa.With its long legs, this magestic animal can reach a speed of 120 km/h within three seconds, which is faster than most sports cars. Their adapted claws help grip the ground when they run and their long tails help them stay balanced. Quick…

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All You Need to Know About the Maasai Mara National Reserve

Beautiful Kenya, an iconic safari destination visited by several travellers and home to the well-known Maasai Mara National Reserve. With a unique culture, diverse wildlife, and unforgettable landscapes, it’s no wonder hundreds of tourists flock to this reserve.The Maasai Mara National Reserve is located in the Great Rift Valley, which stretches from Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, and Mozambique. The reserve consists of four main types of terrain:Ngama Hills – Located on…

Hyena

All You Need to Know About the Infamous Hyena

Meet the animal who’s gotten a bad rap in the Lion King with their earie “laughs” .These distinctive animals look similar to dogs and despite their low diversity, play a vital role in the African ecosystem.Hyenas are part of the Hyaenidae family and are feliform carnivoran mammals.Get to know these mammals below. Quick Facts Average Lifespan 12 Years Size Up to 170 centimetres Weight Up to 64 kg Main Prey…

African lion

All You Need to Know About the African Lion

Meet the mighty king of the jungle, the African lion. These animals are the only big cats which live in groups called prides. Each pride contains up to three males, a dozen females and their cubs.Female cubs tend to stay within the pride as they grow older, but the males eventually leave and establish their own prides when they’re ready. Quick Facts Average Lifespan 10 to 14 Years Size Up…

The Serengeti Park

All You Need to Know About the Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti National Park, well known for The Wildebeest Migration during December through to April, where thousands of wildebeest, zebras and gazelle follow the sweet smell of the rains to find lush feeding grounds for its herds.During the migration, most of the female population of wildebeest will be pregnant and will most likely give birth to their offspring at the end of their long journeys. Quick Facts Established 1951 Meaning…

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All You Need to Know About the African Gazelle

African Gazelles are part of the antelope family and has various subspecies.These small, horned creatures with their graceful hops can be found in different parts of Africa. Often found in groups, these animals graze peacefully on the grassy lands of Africa.Gazelles are an endangered species due to hunting, loss of habitat, and farming. Quick Facts Average Lifespan 12 to 15 Years Size Up to 110 cm Weight Up to 25…