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26 April 2019 The Living Museum of the Ju/’Hoansi-San is the first Living Museum of Namibia. It is a cultural highlight in Namibia as well as a good example for a sustainable development. The presentation of traditional San-culture The Living Museum of the Ju/’Hoansi-San gives visitors an interesting insight into the life of the friendly...
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4 April 2019 We can’t better the world by ourselves but we can do business in the most sustainable way. At least we try. African Travels is a Social Enterprise. Social enterprises are businesses that trade to tackle social problems, improve communities, people’s life chances, or the environment. They make their money from selling goods and services...
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22 March 2019 The world is slowly taking proactive steps toward a cleaner and greener future, and Zanzibar and Kenya seem to be making the most noise on the African continent at the moment. In 2006, the semi-autonomous ‘spice island’ opted to ban the use, import and distribution of plastic bags, and it has now...
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16 April 2018 Zimbabwe is an incredibly beautiful country famous for magnificent wildlife, breath-taking scenery, an abundance of adventure activities and warm hospitality. Zimbabwe has revised their visa status to welcome more Guests into their country. Visa requirements are divided into three categories: Group A Countries do not require visas;Group B Countries can acquire visas...
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29 March 2018 A surprise halfway between nothing and nowhere. The elephant route, read a clients latest review!  Wouter just having returned from his first Windhoek to Vic Falls Elephant Route WVac15 had some extra time to do a little exploring and had this to share. Exactly halfway between Windhoek and Sossusvlei, a drive of...
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20 March 2018 Grace having just completed a Namibia Botswana Southern Circle accommodaeted had some amazing sightings. The tour spends 3 nights at a lodge just outside of Etosha National Park in Namibia, this means that we get to spend 2 full days in this incredible place. Etosha is like no other park, it has...
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14 February 2018 ‘When I (Dirk) was still a guide I had the privilege of doing the Trade Route LM22. Heading into Northern Zambia and Malawi was a first and all I can say is Wow! What an experience!! William completed one of these awesome tours and had the following to write.. This is I...
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16 October 2017 Kenya is once again on the global arena after the popular Maasai Mara National Reserve was voted Africa’s leading national park at the World Travel Awards 2017. The Mara overcame fierce competition from Kruger National Park in South Africa, Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, Central Kalahari Game Reserve in Botswana, Kidepo Valley...
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25 September 2017 Please note that Kenya as of now has banned all use of disposable plastic bags, so we recommend to make sure you do not have any plastic bags in your luggage or with you when you enter Kenya to avoid any inconvenience or issues. Read more >>
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13 September 2017 Please take note of the following important information about the KAZA UNIVISA for Zimbabwe and Zambia. For all clients travelling to Zimbabwe or Zambia please advise that there are currently no KAZA UNIVISA stickers in ZIMBABWE nore ZAMBIA. ALL entry points have run out of KAZA UNIVISA stickers. Until this matter has...
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