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Safari
Namibia
As you will know, Lesli went on an epic adventure to Namibia last October with National Geographic Journeys and G Adventures. Namibia is a country in Southwest Africa which is known for having amazing wildlife including a large Cheetah population. Lesli’s itinerary was varied and full of exciting experiences so we asked her some questions!...
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Packing for a safari can be a challenge because of the weight restrictions that small charter aircraft place on your bags. The weight quickly adds up if you bring a tripod and telephoto lens. So choose all items carefully (most lodges and hotels have laundry facilities). This is not the terrain for a wheeled suitcase;...
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Most people, especially safari first-timers, don’t go on specialized safaris. Choice of country isn’t necessarily the most important factor: time of year, quality of guiding, and your control of the vehicle are just as important. Many safari areas have different conditions depending on the season — for example, wet seasons have more vegetation and background...
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Packing for a safari can be a challenge because of the weight restrictions that small charter aircraft place on your bags. The weight quickly adds up if you bring a tripod and telephoto lens. So choose all items carefully (most lodges and hotels have laundry facilities). This is not the terrain for a wheeled suitcase; instead,...
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You need to have a reason to be a wildlife photographer, a passion that drives you to get better and better. You don’t have to be a pro to take great wildlife photos. In fact, there are many great photographers out there who are not pros. With that outlook you will always have many wonderful...
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Choosing top travel destinations in Africa is not an easy job known for the size and assortment of the continent. However, below are some destinations to add to your bucket list. In Kenya, Masai Mara is the place to be. From July to October is the dry season and the wildlife sight is unmatched. You...
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One of the most important things to keep in mind when booking a trip to the Serengeti is that you need to deal with someone knowledgeable. Our Adventure Specialist Lesli Heron has been selling trips to the Serengeti for over 20 years and possesses a vast knowledge due to the amount of clients she has...
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Often when people think of “adventure travel” the wild animals of other continents are called to mind – the mountain gorillas of central Africa, the orangutans of Southern Asia, the big five game of Southern Africa, and penguins in the southern hemisphere. Wildlife is one of the most appealing aspects of world travel. The mountain...
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by Lesli Heron 1. Best for first-timers: Kenya Why? A long-established safari scene, superb wildlife and plenty of options for all budgets. How? For the best introduction, book a safari that combines the Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru with somewhere more off-the beaten track like Samburu or the Aberdares. When? Avoid the rainy season by...
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by Wendy Fougner For years I have wanted to travel to Africa and witness mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. This past December on a trip through Southern Africa, Bruce and I embarked on two gorilla trekking tours, one in Uganda, the other in Rwanda. Being just inches away from mountain gorillas was a truly...
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