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One of Africa’s greatest National Parks

Views: 94 Visited: Jan 2019 Reviewed: Mar 30, 2019

One of Nature Travel Namibia’s guides who loves exploring the Etosha National Park writes the following review about this spectacular Namibian National Park:

"In my opinion, Etosha is one of Africa’s greatest National Parks. It covers more than 20,000 km2, is one of the world's great wildlife-viewing venues. The Etosha Pan, meaning “ The Great White Place”, is believed to be formed over 100 million years ago and it is 130km’s long and up t... read more

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Life within the Namib Desert

Views: 196 Visited: Mar 2019 Reviewed: Apr 12, 2019

The Namib Desert in my opinion is one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes. This desert is home to towering red dunes, craggy mountains, huge skies, iconic vistas and a surprising array of hardy wildlife.

The Namib-Naukluft National Park is huge, sprawling over 50,000 square kilometres. Luckily, parts of it are surprisingly accessible. There are a number of accommodation options close to Sesriem and one can also camp just within the pa... read more

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High diversity of wildlife and exceptional birding sightings

Views: 281 Visited: Mar 2019 Reviewed: Apr 29, 2019

Mudumu National Park is a small, scenic Park with a high diversity of wildlife and some exceptional birding located close to the village of Kongola in the Caprivi region of northeastern Namibia.

Mudumu is home to some big wildlife such as buffalo, big elephant herds, sable antelope, roan, hippos and many other antelopes. Visitors are very likely to also spot lechwe and sitatunga.

The park is excellent for the traveller wanting to explor... read more

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South Africa's World Famous Park

Views: 242 Visited: Apr 2019 Reviewed: May 09, 2019

One of the greatest and largest national parks in Africa. The world famous Kruger National Park is home to the famous Big 5 - lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino. The park also holds a big concentration of cheetah and wild dog in this magnificent reserve. It’s not uncommon to see these animals while spending a few days in the park.

As a visitor to the park who lives very close to the Kruger it’s my opinion that it holds the greatest... read more

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Spectacular Fish River Canyon

Views: 116 Visited: May 2019 Reviewed: May 21, 2019

It is one of the most impressive natural beauties in southern Namibia.

Yes, we are talking about the spectacular Fish River Canyon, situated along the lower reaches of the Fish River. With a depth of up to 550 metres/1800 feet, the Fish River canyon is the largest canyon in Africa and the second largest in the world. The enormous ravine meanders along a distance of 100 miles/160 kilometres and is up to 17 miles/27 kilometres wide in some p... read more

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Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

Views: 280 Visited: May 2019 Reviewed: Jun 03, 2019

This park is located in the far north of South Africa on the borders of Namibia and Botswana. One can cross into these countries through the Kgalagadi and also camp on the Botswana side. Kgalagadi is a park that attracts the true wildlife and birding enthusiasts with its vast open spaces and red sand dunes. These features make the park is a photographer’s dream.

The quiet park with a very good road network makes for a great safari experien... read more

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Birthplace of rhino conservation in South Africa

Views: 327 Visited: May 2019 Reviewed: Jun 13, 2019

One of South Africa’s most beautiful and scenic reserves and the birthplace of rhino conservation in South Africa. The park plays host to one of the largest concentrations of white and black rhino in South Africa. The park has a large diversity of wildlife and carnivores are present with lion being the most common.

In my previous visits to this beautiful reserve in northern Kwazulu-Natal on the northeast coast of South Africa we have had ... read more

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Scenic park with a high amount of diversity

Views: 117 Visited: Jun 2019 Reviewed: Jul 16, 2019

This beautiful and scenic park located not too far from Port Elizabeth on the Garden Route of South Africa is a park well worth a visit. Located out of a Malaria zone also makes this park attractive.
As the name suggests the park has a high concentration of Elephants and one really gets to enjoy amazing sightings of these gentle giants of Africa. During our recent visit we had a good sighting of Lions near the main camp. Other highlights inc... read more

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Pan handle of the Okavango Delta

Views: 90 Visited: Jul 2019 Reviewed: Sep 12, 2019

This area in northern Botswana knows as the Pan Handle of the Okavango delta is breathtaking and has a huge concentration of wildlife and of course birdlife. The Shakawe area is a birdwatchers’ paradise with huge amounts of birds being present, special birds in the area include Pel's Fishing Owl, Brown Firefinch, Swamp Boubou, Slaty Egret, Lesser Jacana, Wattled Crane, White-backed Night Heron, Chirping and Luapula Cisticola, Greater Swamp-Wa... read more

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Famous mountain gorillas of Uganda

Views: 84 Visited: Jan 2019 Reviewed: Oct 17, 2019

This UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, is home to the famous mountain gorillas of Uganda. Trekking and finding these amazing and critically endangered great apes is an experience of a lifetime and should be on everyone’s bucket list. The experience was one of most thrilling, and rewarding activities I have ever done. No one can fully describe the feeling and wonderful moment of first setting your eyes on a wild mou... read more

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