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A Guide’s Journey Through South Africa

A Guide’s Journey Through South Africa

Maddi Higgins November 5, 2014 1

“I love their eyes,” said Gavin Lautenbach, Natural Habitat Adventures guide. “To capture a photograph of any cat in the wild, it’s about their eyes. I love their power and their strength. I love

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Zambia or Zimbabwe: Which to Choose?

Zambia or Zimbabwe: Which to Choose?

WWF September 3, 2014 1

Neighbors Zambia and Zimbabwe both offer a remote, true wilderness experience found in few African destinations.  Zimbabwe’s tourism industry nearly disappeared completely due to the political turmoil of the early 2000s. Now Zimbabwe has

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Ten Wild Facts about the “Big Five”

Ten Wild Facts about the “Big Five”

Elissa Poma April 12, 2014 0

The term “Big Five” originally referred to the difficulty in hunting the lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and African buffalo. These five large African mammal species were known to be dangerous and it was considered

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Botswana’s Green Season vs. Dry Season: When to Go?

Botswana’s Green Season vs. Dry Season: When to Go?

WWF March 31, 2014 3

By Marsea Nelson, Guest Blogger Botswana’s dry season—occurring June through September—is traditionally the most popular time to visit the southern Africa nation. Animals are plentiful and easily seen, and the weather is usually pleasant.

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Ten Interesting Facts about Lions

Ten Interesting Facts about Lions

WWF February 1, 2014 0

The lion has forever been a symbol of strength, power and ferocity.  During an African safari, seeing the majestic species up-close is sure to be a spine-tingling experience. African lions are the most social

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