Month: November 2014

Camp Review: Mala Mala Game Reserve, SA

Mala Mala Game Reserve MalaMala is a large privately owned game reserve neighbouring the Sabi Sands Game Reserve and shares a common border with the famed Kruger National Park. Internationally renowned and award-winning MalaMala Game Reserve in South Africa is a sprawling 13,300 hectares and […]

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Layovers in Johannesburg SA

Intercontinental Johannesburg This hotel is only a five minute walk from the OR Tambo Airport. It has a total of 138 rooms and two suites. Guests have access to meeting rooms, free wifi, a gym, a spa an indoor heated pool as well as an award-winning […]

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Camp Reviews: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

The small town of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe is less than two kilometers south of the Zambezi River and the border of Zambia. Until Zimbabwe’s political problems surfaced, it was the place to see the waterfalls. The town was buzzing and vibrant. While the past few years […]

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Camp Reviews: Chobe National Park, Botswana

Chobe National Park Located in northern Botswana, the Chobe National Park attracts thousands of visitors annually because it has one of the largest game concentrations in the country. This wildlife sanctuary actually boasts the largest elephant population in Africa both in number and size. It is the […]

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Camp Reviews: Selinda Concession, Botswana

The Selinda Reserve is located right in the center of the famous Selinda Spillway (which flows across the concession, linking the far reaches of the Okavango Delta in the South with the Linyanti systems in the East).  It flows into the Zibadianja lagoon, then through the Savute channel […]

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Camp Reviews: Livingstone, Zambia

Livingstone Town, named after the famous Victorian missionary explorer, Dr. David Livingstone, was established in 1905. It was a major European settlement, and its location close to the Zambezi River, crossing over to Southern Rhodesia, made it the capital of Northern Rhodesia in 1911. As […]

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Camp Reviews: Linyanti Reserve, Botswana

Linyanti Concession The Linyanti ecosystem and the Chobe ecosystem are interconnected, and provide a pathway for large numbers of wildlife between the Okavango and Chobe. It is renowned for the number of elephants which pass through the area in the winter months and world’s second […]

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