Posts Categorized: Africa

Tanzania with Igor

Being the largest country in East Africa, Tanzania offers a wide variety of things to do for a variety of travellers. While world-famous Mount Kilimanjaro (Africa's highest peak and the world's highest free-standing mountain) is one of the country's main attractions, Tanzania offers so much more. With its stunning landscapes and spectacular diversity of its wildlife, safari in Tanzania is a truly unique and unforgettable experience. There is a multitude of companies providing a wide variety of safari options for every taste and budget all year round. And for those looking for an exotic beach vacation, will find it on a spice island of Zanzibar and on Tanzania’s coast.

There are a number of tips I have in regards to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, but for the country in general, here are a few useful tips: Read More...

Kenya with Christine

The Eco Safari is one of the new and most popular safari excursions to choose from, and I was able to visit three Eco camps. The Eco Camps are all located in park conservancies, which are areas right outside the actual parks. The conservancies are full of almost every animal you will see within the parks themselves, but staying in a conservancy, does have a very positive side Read More...

Morroco with Lisbet

Morocco has always been a bridge between Africa with its traditions and Europe with its civilization and culture and therefore has a very interesting history. The scenery is just as varied with mountain ranges, rich plains in the middle with a lot of agriculture, a vast desert in the south with beautiful green palm filled oases Read More...

Africa with Gisela

The camp overlooks the oxbow-shaped Kings Pool Lagoon and the Linyanti River to the north. It is one of the most luxurious camps in Botswana, and we stayed in very comfortable tents overlooking the hippo filled lagoon in front of the camp. Game viewing is incredible with a good population of impala, kudu, zebra, giraffe, waterbuck, buffalo and very large elephant gatherings. Read More...

Africa with Deirdre

Pack lightly if you will be doing fly-in safaris to camps on light aircraft, as you can usually only have a soft sided bag weighing a maximum of 25 lbs. Definitely travel with a good set of binoculars for each person in your party, and a decent camera with a good zoom lens. Travel with lots of small bills, either in US Dollars or Euros, so that you can tip easily along the way without having to convert too much money at once. Read More...