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The Reason Safaris Cost So Much Might Surprise You

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Residents homeless as lake bursts banks

More than 6,000 residents were displaced on Friday after Lake Baringo burst its banks on Friday. Five schools Sintaan, Lorobil, Leswa, Ng’ambo primary and Ng’ambo secondary were flooded owing to heavy rain. Resident Benson Sauroki said their houses were flooded, but no one was injured. The Kenya Red Cross Society …

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We want to book a self-drive safari in Africa over Christmas

Q My wife and I will be 60 this year and would like a self-drive four-wheel drive safari in Africa over Christmas. Are we too old? Our budget is £5,000, including flights from Manchester.Luis Labaton, via email A You’re certainly not too old. If you just want a four-wheel drive …

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5 tips to plan the perfect honeymoon, according to experts

VISIT CNBC.COMHome Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials PRIMETIME The Wedding Economy The Wedding Economy 37 Mins AgoCNBC.com Planning a honeymoon can be exhausting for both the bride and groom, and these once-in-a-lifetime trips aren’t getting any cheaper. To help newlyw save money, reduce stress and plan better, honeymoon experts share …

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Celebs who love Africa

Africa has become a tourist’s haven, drawing in millions of travellers annually. Many A-list celebrities have come and gone- taking in the sights of landmarks, tucking into fine cuisine and enjoying the wildlife on offer.  Here are what some celebrities had to say about Africa during their visit: Sir Richard …

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Sustainable travel in Africa

Loisaba Tented Camp: perched on a 6,000ft escarpment New resorts in Africa are catering for travellers concerned about conservation, says Alice Gråhns. “As we breakfast on the sweetest mango and ranger’s omelette, overlooking fever trees glowing golden under the morning sun, it’s apparent the breeze around the Ubombo mountain range …

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Sandton resident wins Wonderbra’s brand icon competition

  A 26-year-old Sandton resident, Phumza Tiya, has been chosen as Wonderbra South Africa’s brand icon. Tiya, who is a part-time model and digital marketing freelancer, won a modelling contract and prizes worth R150 000 including lingerie, Lipault handbags and luggage, Gerald Wells and Dermalogica’s Splush haircare and skincare, a …

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#ItsUp2Us – Want to clean up the Klein Windhoek river, drive out the …

Not to be outdone by any other business in tourism, the Gondwana Collection started their contribution to the national Clean Up campaign on Thursday with a sweep of the Klein Windhoek river. “We are thankful to our President and extremely happy to be part of this Clean Up campaign. Our …

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Elephant poaching partner of former Dallas Safari Club official facing federal criminal charges

​ May 24, 2018 Media Contact: Shayna McClelland: 301-258-1534; smcclelland@humanesociety.org A South African national, who facilitated an American trophy hunter’s illegal elephant hunt and schemed with him to sell the animal’s tusks, was yesterday indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice for violating the Endangered Species Act and the Lacey Act, which …

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#ItsUp2Us – Want to clean up the Klein Windhoek river, drive out the illegal squatters

Not to be outdone by any other business in tourism, the Gondwana Collection started their contribution to the national Clean Up campaign on Thursday with a sweep of the Klein Windhoek river. “We are thankful to our President and extremely happy to be part of this Clean Up campaign. Our …

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