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Designing Luxury Tented Safaris and Privately Guided Cultural Journeys into the most exclusive and remote areas of Africa.
Designing Luxury Tented Safaris and Privately Guided Cultural Journeys into the most exclusive and remote areas of Africa.

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SPOTTED: A cheetah family hiding in amongst the acacia trees. Approach very slow and quietly. If they get spooked it will be almost impossible to keep up with them as they stealthily disappear, camouflaged in the grass. #cheetah   #wildlife   #africa  
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Dung beetles deal with an estimated 75% of all the dung on the Serengeti Plains. Don't forget these little guys and how important they are to the ecosystem! #serengetinationalpark   #africanature   #travel   #safariafrica   #womenstravel  
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A lioness gently carries her 3 week old cub into the shade. #tbt #throwbackthursday
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Why we mustn't forget about lions. First of our Big Game Series. Oh and if you'd like to sign up you can do some via wildlife-explorer.com. Easy.
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Playful lion cub gives mum a bit of a hard time. #safari   #wildlifeexplorer   #africa  
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Meerkats have a great sense of social responsibility. While the rest of the clan are feeding or playing, one meerkat (the sentry) will seek a high point, stand upright, scanning the sky and landscape for predators. Should they spot danger, the sentry will bark a warning to the others to take shelter. #botswana   #safari   #widlife  #explore 
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Hello one and all! We have decided to take on Google+...there's no such thing as too much social media right?! Sharing stories about African #wildlife #adventure #conservation #luxurytravel. Let's connect!
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