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Namibia – the land of wide open spaces

By |September 20th, 2017|Categories: Safari Travels|0 Comments

“The Land of Wide Open Spaces ” is what they call it, and a very apt name too. This is a land where you can look from horizon to horizon and see no sign of human interference, just pure exhilarating wilderness. This is a land of such stark contrasts that the soul aches with its beauty. This land is rugged, serene, stark, bountiful and above all wide open!

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While most people think of eastern and southern Africa as the "wildlife" zones of Africa, the reality is that large game was once found throughout sub-saharan Africa. Some of the worst effected areas are in West Africa and the Sahelian belt from Senegal to the Sudan, where wildlife habitat has been almost completely destroyed.

Zakouma National Park and their team provide arguably the most important conservation effort in Africa. They support the largest concentration of wildlife in the whole northern region of the continent, despite being in an area more known for civil war, poverty and religious clashes.

Zakouma National Park embodies the spirit of protecting Africa's incredible wildlife - please visit their page and support where possible - they truly are conservation heroes!
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We are all about safaris...but if you are in southern Africa it would be such a shame to not also visit the beautiful city of Cape Town, one of the world's most scenic cities.

While there, why not stay at the classic Winchester Mansions hotel, on the Sea Point promenade, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean - you won't be disappointed.

See more about the hotel - bit.ly/WinchesterCPT or see our Classic Highlights tour - bit.ly/ClassicHighlights
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Most people on safari in Kruger head to the south, but a lucky few head to the very far north. This area is much "wilder" and less visited, but for those that make the effort the rewards can be amazing.

This beautiful photo of a leopard was taken at RETURNAfrica Pafuri Collection right in the north of the park.

If you want to step off the beaten track and into the wilderness, start at www.safariinstyle.com
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