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9 Tips for planning your Gap Year Travels

Each year, thousands of people from all walks of life in the UK plan their gap year. This can be a very daunting task, however with the right planning, it can be the most exciting and rewarding experience you ever have. For many years now Blue Lizard Adventures has been assisting volunteers to realise and […]

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Namibia- something for everyone

Namibian Desert There is a big difference that lies between visiting a country and seeing a country, for many as long as the sun is out, the sea is warm and the cocktails are on offer, it’s an ideal holiday. Of course they are definitely not wrong but for others, who have a thirst for […]

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Getting the most from a trip to South Africa

     Basic Principles For Making the Most out of your Trip to South Africa Aerial view of Cape Town www.bluelizardadventures.com A vacation or trip to Africa opens so many different doors in terms of the activities and adventures that lie before your feet. When one thinks of Africa they see wilderness, wild life, exotic […]

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Reserve Management and Endangered Species Research Volunteer Project South Africa

Volunteer Trip Report from our Reserve Management and Endangered Species Research Volunteer Project South Africa with Blue Lizard Adventures: Rhino at sunset – South Africa http://www.bluelizardadventures.com/volunteer/south_africa/reserve-management-and-endangered-species-research.html I visited the volunteer project as part of a module for my final year of university study. The reserve is situated approximately 3 hours outside Johannesburg.  Upon arrival I […]

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The King of the Savannah …… The African Lion

The African Lion (Panthera leo) African lion at sunset The biggest cat out there, the African Lion enjoys it’s place at the top of the food chain relaxing and sleeping during the day to avoid the extreme heat of the Kalahari desert. The Kalahari extends 900,000 square kilometres spreading over much of Botswana, Namibia and […]

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