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Video: Only in Namibia

Video: Only in Namibia

Tania Curry March 4, 2014 1

Only in Namibia can you experience breath-taking landscapes, vibrant populations of lions, cheetahs, rhinos, and elephants, and a nation of people whose livelihoods and future are bound to wildlife’s freedom to roam. Discover the

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A Heart-warming Photo Essay: Kenyans Protecting their Wildlife

A Heart-warming Photo Essay: Kenyans Protecting their Wildlife

Emily Deemer February 10, 2014 0

The New York Times Lens recently featured a heart-warming photo essay highlighting how local communities in Kenya are working to protect their endangered wildlife. In the photo above, a ranger named Kamara is sleeping

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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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East Africa vs. Southern Africa: How to Choose for your Safari

East Africa vs. Southern Africa: How to Choose for your Safari

Emily Deemer January 25, 2014 0

Guest Post by Ted Martens, reprinted with permission from Oh, The Places We’ll Go. By the end of our time in Southern Africa, we thought we were African safari gurus. I mean, what first-time Africa travelers

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Ten Things You Didn’t Know about Mt. Kilimanjaro

Ten Things You Didn’t Know about Mt. Kilimanjaro

WWF January 23, 2014 1

This post was originally published on the WWF Travel Blog Rising majestically above the African plains, the 20,000-foot Mt. Kilimanjaro has beckoned to climbers since the first recorded summit in 1889. Here are 10 interesting

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Top Shot: Mountainous Dunes of Morocco

Top Shot: Mountainous Dunes of Morocco

WWF January 8, 2014 0

The Top Shot blog feature showcases WWF staff’s favorite photos from their travels around the world. This post features a stunning photograph taken in Morocco by Matt Erke who is a Program associate for WWF’s Eastern Himalayas

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