Zambia & Zimbabwe, Chapter 2: Victoria Falls

Zambia & Zimbabwe, Chapter 2: Victoria Falls

Notes from my recent trip – organized and hosted by Wilderness Safaris. The Victoria Falls area really does have something for everyone to do offering…

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Zambia & Zimbabwe, Chapter 1: River Club

Zambia & Zimbabwe, Chapter 1: River Club

Notes from my recent trip – organized and hosted by Wilderness Safaris. The Victoria Falls area has it all, and during a recent visit I…

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A Tale of 3 Cities

A Tale of 3 Cities

As travel consultants, we weigh, prevent, and react to risks on our clients’ behalf every day. Some events—for example, the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull ash plume that…

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A Sip of South Africa

A Sip of South Africa

South Africa’s Cape Winelands region boasts some of the world’s most beautiful scenery, with rolling hills nestled between craggy mountain ranges. The tradition of hospitality…

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Safari: South Africa

Safari: South Africa

They say that smell is the sense with the strongest ties to memory. So perhaps the smells of the African savannah at dusk—cool and green,…

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Family safari with Singita

Family safari with Singita

Got a case of cabin fever? It happens to all of us this time of year– whether it’s the change of seasons, or just the…

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>Caught in the act!

>Caught in the act!

> Animal lovers everywhere will recognize the mischievous glint in the eyes of this lioness as she decides that this video camera, set up by…

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>On Safari – Making the little things count

>On Safari – Making the little things count

> by Jean Campbell When we were young, my grandfather and my older brother bridged the gap of generations, and found a common interest in…

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Up Up and Away – ballooning over the Serengeti

Up Up and Away – ballooning over the Serengeti

by Jean Campbell   The day of our balloon safari started very early from the wonderful &Beyond Under Canvas camp, and due to a last minute (weather/wind…

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Ol Donyo Wuas, Kenya – Great Plains Conservation

Ol Donyo Wuas, Kenya – Great Plains Conservation

By Jean Campbell Slicing through the warm wind, my horse galloped across the same plains claimed by Hemingway as well as others who walked there…

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