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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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Botswana’s Okavango Delta named 1,000th UNESCO World Heritage Site

Botswana’s Okavango Delta named 1,000th UNESCO World Heritage Site

Emily Deemer August 4, 2014 0

Northern Botswana’s Okavango Delta was recently inscribed as the 1,000th UNESCO World Heritage Site, among the ranks of 26 other extraordinary places including India’s Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Area, the Phillipines’ Mount Hamiguitan

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Video of the Week: Namibian Nights & Safari Sleepouts

Video of the Week: Namibian Nights & Safari Sleepouts

Emily Deemer August 1, 2014 0

There’s much more to an African safari than the iconic wildlife that draws most people there.  Namibia is no exception. Often, there is just as much wonderment in things like Namibia’s enchanting quivetrees, mysterious

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Slideshow: The Beauty of Botswana’s Green Season

Slideshow: The Beauty of Botswana’s Green Season

Emily Deemer April 13, 2014 0

Last month’s post “Botswana’s Green Season vs. Dry Season: When to Go?” was so popular, we wanted to show you what the “green season” looks like with some spectacular Botswana photos. Last year, Nat

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Borana Rhino Relocation – Extending Conservation in Kenya

Borana Rhino Relocation – Extending Conservation in Kenya

Emily Deemer September 18, 2013 0

Just over two weeks ago, 21 black rhino from Kenya’s Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Lake Nakuru National Park were relocated to nearby Borana Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya‘s northern Laikipia district. Borana is now proud to call

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