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We love Africa. We’re passionate about tailor-made safaris because that makes all the difference to the memories you’ll treasure decades from today. We won’t show you the world; we’ll show you Africa, better than anybody else.
We love Africa. We’re passionate about tailor-made safaris because that makes all the difference to the memories you’ll treasure decades from today. We won’t show you the world; we’ll show you Africa, better than anybody else.

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If you’re coming all the way to Africa for a safari, it may be worth looking into a few blissful days’ break on one of our island paradises. Some choose to unwind on an island before hitting the dawn game drives, while others prefer relaxing after late nights in the boma.
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A veritable 'Garden of Eden', the Sabi Sands is undoubtedly one of the brightest jewels in the Kruger crown.

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If you’re planning to visit Africa in August, the most important decision you need to make up front is: East Africa or Southern Africa.
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Robben Island, lying off the coast of Cape Town, is part of a long list of islands known primarily for being prisons. But, unlike Rikers and Alcatraz, its history has seen it go from being a leper colony, to a thriving 19th century ‘town’ complete with a school and post office, to a notorious penitentiary, and now a must-see travel destination studded with historical buildings and home to a flock of adorable but highly endangered African penguins.
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Johannesburg is Africa's economic powerhouse known to locals as Joburg, Jozi and Egoli (the ‘city of gold’). The city is modern and enormous, sprawling in all directions as the heart beat of commerce demands more offices, houses and malls.
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Laikipia and Lewa may not have the same household name recognition as the Masai Mara or Amboseli but they are as rewarding for seasoned safari goers who are looking for something a little off the beaten track that doesn’t stint on wildlife or comfortable accommodation.

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Say the 'Wildebeest Migration' and most travellers picture hundreds of thousands of grunting gnu and elegant zebra, braving predators and charging into croc-infested rivers in an ancient cycle, often literally covering the vast plains as far as the eye can see...

http://www.go2africa.com/africa-travel-blog/30765/what-you-didnt-know-about-the-wildebeest-migration
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A Month-by-Month Guide to the Wildebeest Migration
It is rated as one of the world's most spectacular natural events - every year over a million wildebeest, zebra and antelope migrate clockwise around the Serengeti-Masai Mara ecosystem, taking in two different countries and making time for birthing, courting and mating on the way.

http://www.go2africa.com/africa-travel-blog/11704/how-the-wildebeest-migration-works
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East Africa is the destination where things become very interesting in June. Some of Africa’s most sought-after wildlife events put their best attractions on display. This is a great time to combine an East African game safari in Kenya or Tanzania with either gorilla trekking (Rwanda, Uganda or Congo) or an island getaway to Zanzibar, just off the coast of Tanzania.

More here on where to go in Africa in June:

https://goo.gl/ZE0WC4
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