Tripping on the Serengeti

What to write for my first blog. Hmmmmmmm!!! As all my friends (and not so friends) tell me, I generally have a quite a bit to say, so it should not be a problem. Hope they are right. Having a passion for travelling in Africa, I really want…

Tripping on the Ngorongoro

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A violent volcanic eruption that blows the top of Mount Ngorongoro, one of the highest freestanding mountains in Africa. Is that dramatic enough?   A violent volcanic eruption that blows the top of Mount Ngorongoro, one of…

Understanding the Okavango Delta - Part 1

The Okavango is unique in that it forms a freshwater Delta, simply because it has several outlets. Even though their outflow comprises only three percent of the Okavango's inflow, this is enough to carry away most of the salts and keep the Delta's waters fresh...
Purple Crested Turaco

Bird Watching In Swaziland

Swaziland is home to 507 species of gorgeous birds. The reason for this richness of bird varieties in Swaziland is the climate, the diversity of vegetation as well as its wide altitudinal range, across a geological fault which runs from the…

Tarangire National Park

Commissioned as a national park in 1970, Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania after Katavi, Mikumi, Mkomazi, Ruaha, and Serengeti. It covers 2,850 sq km of grassland and floodplains, and a large proportion of…
Wild Dogs at Madikwe Game Reserve

Madikwe Game Reserve

Madikwe Game Reserve is situated on what used to be farmland against the border with Botswana about 90 km north of Zeerust in the North West Province of South Africa. Commissioned in August 1991, Madikwe Game Reserve is the fourth largest game…
Masoala National Park

Masoala National Park Madagascar

Masoala National Park is the largest and one of the most esteemed national parks of Madagascar. It is located in the northeast in the province of Diégo-Suarez, Antsiranana; and covers a total area of 250 000 ha. Established in 1997, Masoala…