Tanzania, Serengeti National Park: the highest concentrations of predators in Africa

During my trip through Tanzania, i also spent 3 days in the wonderful Serengeti National Park ,the world’s largest protected grassland and savannah ecosystem . Serengeti is the oldest and most popular national park, also a World Heritage site and recently […]

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Namibia, Etosha Park: tips for a top game viewing destination 

Etosha National Park is located in northern Namibia, about a 5 hour’s drive from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. This famous game park is dominated by the arid Etosha Pan, a lake that dried up millions years ago. Proclaimed in 1907, Etosha […]

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Namibia Itinerary

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Starting from  Cape Town, crossing the beautiful Namibia, famous for the contrasts of its landscape,  paradise of nature inhabited by elephants, rhinos, giraffes, buffaloes, lions and leopards. The Namib desert, unique in its desolation, with its tall dunes and the […]

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South Africa itinerary

South Africa offers breathtaking and different landscapes, desert, savannah, canyon, lagoons, mountains, coasts bathed by two oceans and everywhere a flora and an extraordinary wildlife. 1° day :  Johannesburg – Sabie 2° day: Sabie – Pilgrim’s rest – Blyde River […]

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South Africa, visiting Kruger National Park

Kruger National park is one of  the greatest wild life riserve in the world and  it preserves  a sensational diversity of animal, bird and plant life. The park is about 380 km long, 60 km wide and approximately 20.000 km  […]

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Laos, Luang Prabang: what to see in this magical place

Mekong sunset, Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang Luang Prabang, a UNESCO world heritage site, is with no doubt one of the most charming city we’ve ever seen during our trips around South East Asia . It’s located in the northern part of Laos, lies along […]

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Mozambique, Ilha de Mocambique: old capital and portuguese colony

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Mozambique, Ilha de Mocambique We touch down in Nampula and by taxi we reach the bus station. It’s a crowded place, dusty and full of local means of transport called ”chapa”. We ask the people indication how to get to […]

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