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Zimbabwe: Safari Sector Projects 15 Percent Growth

The safari sector is projected to register business growth of between 10% and 15% on the back of steady performance in the first half of 2019, an official has said. Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe chairperson Emmanuel Fundira told businessdigest on Wednesday that the performance of the sector has improved …

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11 Animal Excursions in Uganda

While Uganda is one of the most famous places in the world to spot gorillas, there are many other fascinating creatures that call this country home. Uganda is an absolute paradise for nature and wildlife lovers, best known for its gorilla treks in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. However, the country …

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‘Westworld’ actor Jonathan Tucker’s artful connection | My Favorite Room

The living room of actor Jonathan Tucker’s 1927 Hancock Park home echoes Africa, India and old New England, marrying the unique past he and his wife, Tara Tucker, share through art and a surprise family connection. Tucker’s father, art historian and professor Paul Hayes Tucker, was college roommates with gallery …

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How to Go Mountain Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

Travelers who want to promote responsible tourism shouldn’t balk at pricey permit costs, as it, directly and indirectly, protects the animals. A portion of the permit cost goes to the park rangers, veterinarians, and trackers who ensure the animals’ health and safety. Another portion goes to help nearby communities, where …

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Flamingoes, grasslands, treks, hot air balloons & safaris: Check out five astounding experiences of Kenya

Old World cities, azure water bodies and endless national parks dot the landscape of the east African country – Kenya. With its verdant landscape, mist-wreathed hills, lowlands and highlands, safari experiences and more, Kenya has become a promising holiday destination for adventure seekers and wildlife lovers. Take a trip to …

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Brit trophy hunters pay thousands to shoot defenceless giraffes on sick safaris despite extinction fears

BRITISH trophy hunters are paying thousands to shoot defenceless giraffes on sick safaris despite growing fears of extinction. In Glastonbury, an ex gamekeeper’s company flogs holidays where hunters pay to kill threatened species including monkeys, elephants, giraffes and zebras. Charlie Reynolds, right, killed a young giraffe on a trip organised …

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Nodven Safaris is a Perfect Platform for having an Excellent Group Travel Experience in Africa

Nodven Safaris, the Africa based travel company is getting popular for offering a secure, friendly, adventurous, and funny group travel experience in Africa. With its excellent planning, the team of Nodven Safaris makes sure to give the best travel experience. The Tanzanian and Belgium owned safari company arranges safaris, beaches …

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Kyle Watson Chats About South Africa, HARD Summer, and “Safe”!

Photo Credit: Andre LabruneAfter a stunning performance at HARD Summer earlier this month, Kyle Watson stopped by to chat about Box of Cats, where we should go in South Africa, and new music! Hailing from South Africa, Kyle Watson has been making a serious name for himself in the house …

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British hunters prey on giraffes at risk of extinction

British hunters are paying safari companies for trips to Africa to shoot giraffes despite concerns that the species is facing a “silent extinction”. The giraffe population has fallen by 40 per cent in the past 30 years, largely because of hunting and habitat loss. Africa has more than four times …

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Tourists’ two minutes of terror as furious white rhino charges after them

TOURISTS on a safari tour were left terrified after a rhino started chasing after them. A video of the incident showed the furious animal charging after them for almost two minutes while the driver sped away. Tourists were left terrified after being chased by a white rhino Rian Boshoff filmed …

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