Posts Tagged ‘africa’

The Definitive Guide to Packing for Safari

If you haven’t perfected your packing skills into a fine art, this is your chance. If you’re fascinated by the concept of economy applied to weight and space, prepare to master bundling. Yes, you can stash everythin...


Photo Essay: The Back Streets of Mindelo, Cape Verde

One of an archipelago of 10 islands in the Atlantic Ocean, about 500km off the West African coast, São Vicente is home to the cultural capital of the islands, the town of Mindelo. I’ve been lucky enough to visit the is...



Diamond in the Rough: Sierra Leone

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 talled along a dusty road, our vehicle slowly took its last breath with a billow of smoke. As fumes crept out from under the car hood, I began to question my logic in vis...


Rising from the Ashes: Zambia

Originally published in WildJunket Magazine Spring 2013 s our tiny spotter plane passed over the flat grasslands of Zambia’s Liuwa Plain National Park, eight round-eared faces with wet twitching noses peered up at us from th...



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Cheetah Plains, Sabi Sand

Overall the lodge met our expectations and the staff and game drives were some of the best we had in South Africa.


8.7

Zambezi Queen, Chobe River

The comfort, the setting, the wildlife, all come together to form an unforgettable experience that we cannot recommend enough.



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Monarch Hotel, Johannesburg

All in all we think this is a great fit for a luxury traveler. Whether you are in Johannesburg for business or leisure, the Monarch Hotel will fill your luxury needs.


Infographic: Fun Facts About Mount Kilimanjaro

Every Wednesday, we feature a new infographic related to travel – ranging from fun facts to airline news. This week we learn more about Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. According to the infographic, Mount Kilimanjar...