By NuriaMay 21, 2021in Blog, Travel Diary, Wildlife5 comments
You will always remember the first time you crossed paths with a Himba woman or a Himba Man. It’s such an image, that it will be crafted in your..
By DeonMay 15, 2021in Blog, Travel Diary, Wildlife3 comments
Este pequeño y desconocido país, Lesoto, no es el primero que se te viene a la mente cuando se piensas en unas idílicas vacaciones en África. Generalmente..
By DeonMay 14, 2021in Blog, Travel Diary, Wildlife3 comments
Lesotho, The Mountain Kingdom The lesser known country of Lesotho is not what comes to mind when thinking of the perfect African holiday or..
By NuriaMay 9, 2021in Blog, Travel Diary, Wildlife15 comments
Elefantes, los reyes de Africa (dedicado a mi amiga Rebeca) No hay otro animal a parte del león, que nos evoque tanto los atardeceres de la sabana africana, como el..
By NuriaMay 5, 2021in Blog, Travel Diary, Wildlife3 comments
Elephants, Queens and Kings of Africa (to my friend Rebeca) There is no other animal but the lion, that remind us so much of evocative sunsets in the African Savanna,..
By DeonApril 30, 2021in Blog, Travel Diary, Wildlife3 comments
TIBURONES (Blog en Español) Sudáfrica es famosa por su diversidad, una nación arcoíris de personas de todas partes, una enorme diversidad de aves y mamíferos, una gran variedad de..
By DeonApril 27, 2021in Blog, Travel Diary, Wildlife3 comments
SHARKS South Africa is famous for its diversity, a Rainbow Nation of people from all over, a massive diversity of birds and mammals, a huge variety of Habitats, Ecozones and..
By NuriaApril 21, 2021in Blog, Travel Diary, Wildlife3 comments
Did you know that 1/4 of the mammal’s global population can fly? When someone makes you this question you tend to think about elephants, dogs, monkeys, horses, and…none of..
By DeonApril 14, 2021in Blog, Travel Diary, Wildlife3 comments
THE RIVER Are you looking for the perfect river paradise destination? Look no further than the Orange River in South Africa, the country’s longest and largest River, and the..
By DeonApril 9, 2021in Blog3 comments
Kingdom of the Zulu Early, Zulu land and Eastern South Africa, was inhabited by the San-Bushmen who for thousands of years roamed nomadically in the region just like they did..