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Botswana Lifts Ban on Elephant Hunting

What Does this mean? After a five-year suspension of Elephant hunting by former president Ian Khama in 2014, the government of Botswana has lifted the ban on Elephant hunting. This statement was issued on May 22 by the Ministry of…

Exploring Cape Town

Visiting Cape Point and Boulders Beach - Cape Peninsula Tour The Cape of Good Hope is the most South Western point of Africa and is located in the Cape Point National Park. Cape Point is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean…

My African Experience Episode 1 – Cape Town to Pondoro Bespoke Safari

My African Experience with Africa Explore Safaris Step out of the city and into the majesty of the South African bushveld at the award winning Pondoro Safari Game Lodge. At Pondoro guests can expect an intimate and luxurious safari adventure…

Lion Mauls American Tourist

Lion Mauls American Tourist – Another very sad and avoidable Incident that reflects negatively on safe Tourism in Africa The highly publicized attack- Lion mauls American Tourist – during the past week at the Lion Park near Johannesburg in South…

The Value of Understanding animal behavior

Understanding Animal Behaviour is key when Safariing (This is why understanding animal behaviour is important…) We were staying in Skukuza in Kruger National Park and doing game drives towards the south when we stopped to serve our group breakfast at…

KAZA Univisa – Zambia and Zimbabwe

International Tourists Travel easy with KAZA Univisa The Kavango Zambezi known as the KAZA Univisa is a Joint travel Visa between Zambia and Zimbabwe. This Visa will be launched on 28 November 2014 to ensure that International tourists visit Victoria falls…

Cape Town International Kite Festival in Muizenberg

Cape Town International Kite Festival – a Spectacle in the Sky! This weekend was my first time attending the Cape Town International Kite Festival which is held every year in Muizenberg, Cape Town. It was a spectacular show and there…

BEACH ACTIVITIES WITH MY FAMILY

Conroy Clan does Family Beach Activities! The past weekend of the 25th October, the weather in Cape Town got to higher temperature of 29 degrees Celsius – perfect for family beach activities. My family and I went out to spend…

Treetop Canopy Walkway – Kirstenbosch Gardens

Serene Views in South Africa’s Kirstenbosch Gardens The Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden’s walkway was constructed and it stands at 12m high and 130m long. The treetop canopy boardwalk is a tribute to the Gardens 100th birthday. It has been nicknamed the “boomslang”…

Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve in KwaZulu Natal

Celebrating KwaZulu-Natal's Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve Taking a time to visit one of the most celebrated Game Parks in South Africa known as Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve is something to experience. The Game Park is situated in the KwaZulu Natal region and…

The Mighty Victoria Falls in Zambia & Zimbabwe

Soak up the Mystical Majesty of the Mighty Victoria Falls The amazing Victoria Falls, popularly known as the Mosi-oa-Tunya by the local people is truly a spectacular natural wonder of the World. The Victoria falls is 1 708 metres wide…

Summer, Wine & Food in Franschhoek

Submersing Ourselves in the Local Splendour of Franschhoek! This Summer there are many things to do in and around Cape Town. One of our favourite is spending time in the small town of Franschhoek, 75 kilometers from Cape town. It…

Spring Wildflowers in the Namaqualand

Bursting with WildFlower Beauty – Spring in Namaqualand! Spring is the time of the year to Experience the beauty of Wildflowers carpeting the hills of the Namaqualand and Cedarberg region. Namaqua National Park is situated in one of two arid biodiversity…

Extending our Area of Operation

Expanding our Area of Operation: Kenya & Madagascar Africa Explore Safaris specializes in tailor-made itineraries to unique and exciting destinations throughout Southern Africa. We are constantly exploring new destinations to extend our Unique Holiday Experiences. Our area of operation will…

Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia under threat by Australian mining company!

Mining Company Threatens Lower Zambezi National Park Wildlife On 17 January 2014 100% mining rights were granted to Zambezi Resources Ltd an Australian based Company to proceed with it’s Kangaluwi Copper Project in Lower Zambezi National Park (Zambia). This was approved…

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