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Shark cage diving in South Africa

In South Africa, the shark cage diving, especially with the White Shark is an upcoming new adventure, which is an aquatic equivalent of spotting the Mountain Gorilla in the natural habitat. This sport is not only adventurous, but is seriously thrilling and a genuinely distinct opportunity to get one-to-one with this great fish! In this article, you come to know more about the shark cage diving in South Africa. Continue reading “Shark cage diving in South Africa” »

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Tales from the Wilderness – Kruger National Park

In the wilderness of South Africa deep in the verdant expanse of Greenland lies a land of paradise – The Kruger National Park. Here you would find the best kind of flora and fauna and the stupendous surroundings would certainly give you the time of your life. There are two ways you can reach this place. One is by air where you can access this place from the Hoedspruit Airport, Kruger Mpumalanga International airport or the Phalaborwa airport. Otherwise just take a car and drive down to this place. Continue reading “Tales from the Wilderness – Kruger National Park” »

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Bungee Jumping at Victoria Falls

Bungee jumping is a thrilling sport that gives taste of leaping from the highest point but without the nasty bump at the end. The bump is rather replaced by a stomach-deserting adrenaline rush at the end of an elastic bungee cord while it is preceded by an exciting freefall. Continue reading “Bungee Jumping at Victoria Falls” »

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Climbing Kilimanjaro

The first ray of the morning sun is touching upon the highest point of Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro. The retreating glaciers and the African plains are also glimmering in the approaching light. And what’s best to enjoy the nature’s spectacle than to engage in a 8-day long strenuous trek up Kilimanjaro’s summit along the Western Breach route. Continue reading “Climbing Kilimanjaro” »

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Biodiversity of Okavango River Delta

Okavango River flows through Kalahari Desert in Africa before splitting into a maze of channels, lagoons and islands at some point en route, just like any other river delta. Later, the river, though in a much smaller size, travels another 300 miles across Kalahari and enters Lake Xau. Moremi Game Reserve national park is located to the east of the delta. The delta region is home to several ethnic groups like Hambukushu, Dceriku, Wayeyi and Bugakhwe. Continue reading “Biodiversity of Okavango River Delta” »

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The Wildest Safari, Ever!

Have you ever been on a wild safari ? OK let me rephrase that !! Have you ever been on a wild safari in a ‘luxury’ hot air balloon ? Well here is your chance. Continue reading “The Wildest Safari, Ever!” »

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Trekking in the Himalayas

How about trekking in chilly conditions with all possible equipment to keep yourself warm and still enjoy nature’s magic? If that serves the purpose of your travel and you have an adventure-seeker’s blood in you, then there’s no thinking twice, but to walk the Himalayan paths. Continue reading “Trekking in the Himalayas” »

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Experience the magnificence of Victoria Falls

Almost all of us are familiar with the spectacular Victoria Falls, while are located in southern Africa. It is located on the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia. The major source of this stunning falls is the Zambezi River. When the height and width of these waterfalls are calculated together, it is said to be the world’s largest sheet of falling water. Dr. David Livingstone, Scottish explorer has given the waterfall its name.

You can easily reach Victoria Falls from Livingstone, Zambia and Zimbabwe. If you are using Zambia as the starting point of your journey we would recommend you explore the complete natural wonder and cross the border and see what is offered by the falls in Zimbabwe. You would definitely love the different perspective. Continue reading “Experience the magnificence of Victoria Falls” »