Archive | safari

Africa- Money Saving Ideas

Africa- Cost Saving and Activity Ideas Elephants spotted on Safari A trip to Africa can be an expensive one, but there are two sides to the coin as, with sound knowledge, costs can be reduced a lot. The day to day costs such as accommodation and transport can be very cheap. The more expensive side […]

Continue Reading

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 […]

Continue Reading

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 […]

Continue Reading

Essential Packing list for a Volunteer project or Safari

Try to keep things to the minimum and stick to the essentials! GENERAL Travel Documents & Money – Passport – Vaccinations Card – Insurance details – Emergency Contact details – Spending Money – Credit card – Money belt Day pack or small bag Sleeping bag/Sleeping bag liner (depending on season) Good torch (head-torch if camping), […]

Continue Reading

Second Chance – Equestrian Rehabilitation Centre

The Equestrian Rehabilitation Centre in South Africa offers a second chance for horses and indeed a few other animals. Small horse loving family business started in 1998 the Dickerson family are well known for their love and passion for horses. Georgie originally from the UK, worked with horses from a young age earned her BHSI […]

Continue Reading

The Rhino of South Africa – In Pictures

The white rhino (Ceratotherium simum) are one of the largest land mammals following Elephants that are still present on the planet today. They were once found through North America and Europe as well as Asia and Africa and have existed for over 50 million years. Now only five species of rhino exist, three  of which […]

Continue Reading