Africa Travel News

Why you need to see the Ngorogoro Crater on your tour of Tanzania

June 1, 2016

There are many places to enjoy an African Safari, and even within the country of Tanzania there are dozens of opportunities to get up close and personal with some of the world's most iconic animals. The Ngorogoro Conservation Area, however, is perhaps the most unique place in the world to enjoy wildlife.Millions of years ago, a massive volcano collapsed on itself, forming the crater that creates Ngorogoro. Dubbed "The Gift of Life" by the native Massai, this area is home to an impr Read More »

Top 5 Romantic Honeymoon Destinations

April 28, 2016

Your honeymoon is the vacation of a lifetime. Think about it: You just got hitched to the absolute love of your life, you had an amazing party to celebrate it and now you get to slip away and celebrate some much needed alone time. Deciding where to go can be a big decision - almost as big as tying the knot - but you can do it! Pick anything from African safaris to just lounging by the beach with your new spouse.Of course, every couples' idea of romance is a little different, so here' Read More »

The untamed beauty of the Namib Desert

March 24, 2016

Namibia is one of the world's great success stories when it comes to protecting our natural heritage and habitat for wildlife. The Mother Nature Network reported that nearly 40 percent of the country - which is almost twice the size of California - is under conservation management. After decades of war, Namibia was able to establish itself as an independent nation, and since then has become the envy of environmentalists and outdoor enthusiasts the world over.The beautiful sandy coastline of Read More »

Getting more from Mauritius

March 3, 2016

About 1,200 miles off the coast of the African continent is Mauritius, one of the Indian Ocean's hidden gems. Its storied history and vibrant attractions have been the delight of travelers the world over.Black River Gorges National Park Nestled in the southwest hills of the country, this 67.54 square kilometer beauty is the Mauritius' largest endemic protected forest and is home to most of its remaining rainforest. Travelers interested in flora are highly encouraged, as it represen Read More »

4 birds to look out for during your trip to South Africa

February 17, 2016

When people envision an African safari, their imagination likely conjures massive elephants crisscrossing herds of zebra and wildebeest, or takes them to a pride of lions lounging in the morning sun. Indeed, the continent is home to remarkable wildlife, big and small, including reptiles, amphibians and birds.According to World Institute for Conservation & Environment, South Africa alone is home to over 800 unique species of birds, from dazzling song birds to raptors and other predators. Some Read More »

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