Tag Archives: African

Engaging kids on a family safari to Africa

  • July 20, 2018
  •   Engaging kids is the key to a successful family safari to Africa. A safari ebbs and flows between searching and finding and it only takes one moment to change the course of a whole safari, and possibly even a young person’s life.   The moment where the searching ends and the viewing begins is […]

    Meerkat (Family Safari) Magic in the Kalahari

  • July 16, 2018
  •     When planning our 6 month family safari through Africa, one of our must-do, non negotiable, has-to-happen experiences was spending time with meerkats in the Kalahari. So what is it like to spend an afternoon with your family and a habituated meerkat family in the vast expanses of  the Kalahari Desert in Botswana. Read […]

    The ‘Purpose-Driven’ Safari to Africa

  • September 07, 2016
  • Is it worth being on safari in Africa for more than a week? People come to Africa for a variety of reasons. For some, safari might not be the main focus of their time and attention, although they might want to add on a few days at the end to get a taste for the experience. […]

    How long should a great African safari be?

  • November 25, 2015
  • For many people, an African safari is a once in a lifetime experience – particularly if you are travelling with your family. So how long do you need to be on safari for in order for it to be worthwhile? Can you go on safari for too long? Is it better to try and spend […]

    11 tips to get the most from your African safari

  • October 23, 2015
  • Ok so all the planning is done – you are heading to Africa for a safari adventure of a lifetime.  Maybe the Okavango, the Zambezi or the Serengeti? If you are heading to the right safari areas at the right time of year with the right people then most of the job is already done […]

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