Archive | November, 2012

8 years of Africa – Through our Eyes

It has been over 8 years now that Blue Lizard Adventures first discovered the wonders of Africa. There is something so overwhelming and utterly incredible about the continent. From the vivid landscape to the wondrous wildlife, from the incredible food to the diverse culture and people. We feel in love hard and fast as many […]

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Living with Monkeys

Many years ago when I first embarked on my African adventures I volunteered at a wildlife farm. I ended up working there and staying for sometime. I was responsible for a number of animals including a warthog, a duiker, jackal pups, a potbellied pig and 2 vervet monkeys. So may people unfortunately keep various species […]

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The African Elephant in 10 Pictures

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is the largest animal walking the Earth. Their herds wander through 37 countries in Africa. There are two subspecies of African elephants—the Savanna (or bush) elephant and the Forest elephant. Savanna eles are larger and have lighter skin pigment.  The presence of African elephants helps to maintain suitable habitats for […]

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Guest Blog: Self Discovery and Travel

From time to time, we all lose ourselves or lose sight of who we are as people. Whether it’s due to being hurt or let down, having our hearts broken or, more simply, things just not turning out the way we had hoped. Being lost can be scary, especially if we don’t know where to […]

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Blue Lizard Adventures Conservation: Rabies Relief for Wilddog with Wildlife Vets International

Blue Lizard Adventures is not only about travel, tours, adventures breaks and volunteer projects. We are about wildlife and environmental conservation. One of our primary focuses and key aspects underpinning who we are and what we do, is it to raise awareness and funds for wildlife and environmental conservation. All of our volunteer projects have […]

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