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Blog posts for tag: Safari

From Kitesurfing To Swimming With Sharks - What Adventures Could You Get Up To In 2017?

2 Dec 2016
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For some, two weeks spent lying on a beach or poolside, doing very little other than topping up a tan, working through a pile of paperback books and sipping cocktails, is the perfect holiday. Others with a thirst for adventure want something different from their holiday. Fortunately, adventure isn't hard to find…

Exploring Israel's Dead Sea and Desert

8 May 2016
Categories: Middle East, Safaris     Tags: , , , , , ,
Sarah Riches visits the Holy Land to float in the Dead Sea and cross the desert by camel – just like desert nomads did thousands of years ago. While on foot on the rocky earth, we come within feet of an ibex, a mountain goat with enormous horns, and a family of hyrax, mammals the size of a rabbit with the appearance of a guinea pig...

Important Preparations for Travelling to Africa

1 Apr 2016
Categories: North Africa, Safaris     Tags: , , ,
Planning an extended stay in Africa is exciting, but it also can be stressful to prepare for everything. There are a few key items that need to be taken care of before you leave to set your trip on the right track. Here are some helpful tips for preparing for an African stay...

South Africa Safaris are the most exclusive in Africa

20 Feb 2014
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Today our luxury travel blog heads over to South Africa, as the country is having a renaissance at the moment, mainly due to the fact that the exchange rate means that their most luxurious properties are about half the price of the equivalent in other parts of Africa…

The Life Cycle of the Tiger – some interesting facts about the big cat

29 Nov 2013
Categories: Asia     Tags: , ,

Today’s luxury travel blog takes a look at the role the tiger plays in our ecosystem. The tiger has to be one of the most magnificent creatures to ever stumble upon. Right from the time of birth, they have a never ending poise that makes them the most loved and feared felines...

Take your family to South Africa this Easter with The Luxury Safari Company

30 Sep 2013
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Today’s luxury travel blog heads over to Africa for our third installment from The Luxury Safari Company. A luxury African safari holiday is an unforgettable trip no matter when or where you go, but who you go with is also an important decision and we believe that family trips to Africa to explore the wildlife, scenery and safaris are one of the most amazing gifts you’ll ever give your children…

Luxury Tanzania Travel Tips from The Luxury Safari Company

29 Jul 2013
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Today’s luxury travel blog from The Luxury Safari Company heads to beautiful Tanzania. When you think of travelling to East Africa, most people looking for luxury and unforgettable experiences will be drawn to Kenya; the areas’ most famous Empire and popular luxury Africa safari destination...

Teenage Safari

2 Jul 2013
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Our luxury travel blog takes a trip to Africa today and a teenager’s keyhole view to this beautiful continent.

When I was a teenager, I went on a sports tour to southern Africa which we were told, after all our toil in the field, would culminate with the whole squad going on safari...

Plan your perfect Luxury Safari Holiday with The Luxury Safari Company

20 Jun 2013
Categories: Luxury Travel, Safaris     Tags: ,

When you’re planning your next luxury holiday - whether it be with your partner, as a solo traveler or with your family - has a safari lodge ever caught your eye? At Africa Rose Travel, bespoke guided safari tours are what we know inside out, and helping you to plan your African adventure is our top priority...

Kuyenda Bush Camp in Zambia

2 Apr 2012
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We landed at Mfuwe Airport, Zambia, where we were greeted by our tour guide and a smack of heat to welcome us. A fairly easy 40 minute drive later and we arrived at Mfuwe Lodge where Amy, the manager, gave us a quick tour...