September 23, 2015
“Never Would I Imagine Seeing So Many Animals In Such A Short Period Of Time.
She left Africa when she was 6, therefore Africa sounded so new to her.Her name is Maxwell and she went on a safari to Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania. However, some parks, like Serengeti and Kalahari, are at their best during the rainy months, when migrating herds trail over grasslands that are completely waterless in the dry season. We watched as a lioness hunted down a warthog just as a snack. We motored a boat past hippos and flamingos. She decided to start describing the game viewing as according to her it was the most exciting moment of her tour. Watching these small monkeys swing, play, flight, feed and ladder through the jungle in their natural habitat was thrilling. Many safari lodges also offer guided nature walks that provide interesting information about indigenous plant species found in Africa. Unfortunately, these days’ terrorism is something that can happen anywhere and to anyone, if I can put it better it is a worldwide concern as we sadly see time and again. We watched a pregnant cheetah finding a place to rest. Watching these primates interact with each other and recognize us as friendly visitors truly made me believe in evolution.
(PRWEB) September 15, 2015 Award-winning luxury safari outfitter Great Safaris just announced a special tour offer for the 2015 holiday season. Book a 10-day Christmas Safari to Tanzania with a November or December departure and the second traveler receives 50 percent off the land rate! Great Safaris Tanzania Adventure takes travelers to amazing game-rich areas, including four national parks and more Arusha, Lake Manyara, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire National Park. This wonderful adventure provides an affordable holiday without sacrificing quality. Tanzania with its uniqueness, beautiful scenery, and wonderful people made this the best trip we have ever taken. We had superb service, fine living quarters & the highest quality meals. When you add to this the joy of seeing all the animals of Africa in their natural state, shown to you by the most accommodating guides, the result is that you come home better than when you left. If we had seen only the Serengeti and the people of Africa, the trip would have been everything it was advertised to be. Go there! — Keith & Sara, California Safari-goers will ride in a 4×4 safari vehicle with photo roof (maximum seven people per vehicle), a guaranteed window seat and an English-speaking driver-guide.
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While on an African safari holiday, one should be updated about the weather conditions of the region. Unfortunately, these days’ terrorism is something that can happen anywhere and to anyone, if I can put it better it is a worldwide concern as we sadly see time and again. Watching these primates interact with each other and recognize us as friendly visitors truly made me believe in evolution. We watched as a giraffe casually walked the length of the local air strip and our group followed a lioness and her three cubs as they started their evening hunt. In Lake Nauru we spotted Rhinos! She decided to start describing the game viewing as according to her it was the most exciting moment of her tour. In Lake Naivasha we walked, yes walked, with zebras, gazelles and more. We also trekked to see the Monkeys, an experience that filled me with the joy of a child.
Cape Town Photo Tour Courtesy of Christopher Clark If you’ve had enough of the wildlife or your photographic interests are of the more urban variety, Cape Town has an almost unparalleled wealth of photographic subjects, whether you want to focus on the city’s architecture – characterized by an eclectic mixture of pretty colonial stalwarts and cutting edge modern design – or on its equally vibrant and generally photo-friendly people. Beyond the city itself, the sprawling and bustling townships of the Cape Flats show a very different but equally interesting side of Cape Town, and the contrast between the colourful but often ramshackle corrugated iron shacks and the natural beauty and symmetry of Table Mountain is particularly poignant. Cape Town Photo Tours have various options that help you to get beneath the surface of Cape Town’s rich cultural fabric and they provide versatile, user-friendly and discreet mirrorless Samsung cameras for you to play around with, whether you’re documenting the making of a traditional Cape Malay feast in the historic Muslim quarter of Bo-Kaap, or trying to capture pigeons taking a crap on a bronze colonialist’s head in the beautiful Company’s Garden. Soweto Photo Tour Courtesy of South African Tourism If you’re looking for pulsating township life and culture steeped in South Africa’s fascinating and complex history, then Soweto – sometimes referred to as “the heartbeat of the nation” – should be top of your list. The name alone may well call to mind vivid images of jazz clubs and music, protest and struggle, urban creativity, innovation and fashion. Soweto played a central role in the history of South Africa’s liberation movement. It was the sight of the feted and fatal 1976 Soweto student uprisings and also the former home of leading political lights such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the late Nelson Mandela, not to mention numerous celebrated musicians, writers and artists. Veteran photojournalist Ilan Ossendryver has spent decades documenting life in Soweto and other nearby townships, both during the fraught years towards the end of apartheid and through the 21 years of fledgling democracy that have followed apartheid’s demise. On his photographic Soweto tours , you can choose a particular photographic theme that you would like Ilan to help you focus on, and he’ll also give you some insights into his experiences photographing the township during apartheid. Springtime in Namaqualand Courtesy of Malcolm Manners For most of the year, the region of Namaqualand is best-described as bare and arid semi-desert, without much to offer visitors. But for a small window of six weeks or so at the beginning of spring, Namaqualand suddenly bursts into life as thousands upon thousands of brightly-colored wild flowers cover the plains, fields and hills like a vast and beautiful mosaic.
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