Sometimes the best routes are the ones less traveled. Safari company Natural Selection put this concept to the test recently when they decided to launch a guided cycling safari through Botswana’s most coveted wildlife area: the Okavango Delta
Kenya’s tourist arrivals surged 91 percent between January and August compared to a similar period last year, a senior government official said Friday.
It is no surprise Sigatoka River Safari has again successfully defended its title of being Oceania’s Leading Adventure Tour Operator. The River Safari has been the winner for six consecutive years since the introduction of this category by the World Travel Awards in 2017.
Kenya’s tourism industry is booming in business and 2021- 2026 is looking even better after recovery for a long time. Cruzeiro Safaris Kenya’s strength in packaging tours and committed service delivery is expected to increase in the future.
Most popular places to visit in Africa for safaris are East Africa precisely Kenya which offers vast plains and roaming packs of extraordinary beasts and experiences. One can browse from their website comprehensive listings of safaris to Masai Mara, Amboseli, Lake Nakuru and much more on https://www.cruzeiro-safaris.com/.
“Gifted by nature”, “the pearl of Africa”, “the source of Nile” are among the many taglines that have defined the evergreen primates and classic safari destination of Africa; Uganda. The diversity of experiences and the uniqueness of each of the ten national parks of Uganda make it hard to even come up with the best five national parks.
According to new research, more than 90 per cent of safari operators have lost at least 75 per cent of bookings they normally rely upon at this time of year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Shambala Private Game Reserve is built in traditional Zulu style with streams from the nearby river running through the camp. The remarkable setting of the camp reflects the guests stay of luxurious comfort and internal reflection. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole takes a break in paradise.
The old family favourite &Beyond Ngala Safari Lodge, which sits on a big five private game reserve that shares unfenced borders with the Kruger National Park in South Africa, has re-opened following a US$2 million rebuild and refurbishment. The brilliant transformation and elegant new look has kept Ngala’s genteel and romantic safari feel but enhanced the guest offering.
Yellow Zebra Safaris, a highly experienced luxury and adventure travel company specialising in ‘Safari Africa’, has appointed Grifco PR to handle its UK public relations. From January, Grifco is providing PR support to Yellow Zebra Safaris as it continues to grow its successful tailor-made safari holiday operations.
Delta Air Lines has said it will ban shipment of all lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros and buffalo trophies worldwide as freight. The news follows a similar announcement from American Airlines earlier. Both airlines acted to ban the shipment of big-game trophies on flights after the illegal killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.