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The thrill and multitude of wildlife

Views: 824 Visited: May 2014 Reviewed: Feb 10, 2015

Hwange is particularly renowned for its great elephant herds. Extended family groups of close to a hundred elephant can be found. An excellent chance to observe interaction between the generations and peers. This is the place to see Elephant, and hundreds of them!! Enormous herds flow to the different water holes created in the area. read more

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The best park in Gabon!

Views: 1376 Visited: Aug 2012 Reviewed: Feb 13, 2015

This is a very primal unique area in Africa where chimps and gorillas lope through the jungle shadows and is within earshot of the pounding surf. Without moving your feet on the seashore, you can watch whales and elephants. As a water baby, it filled me up with the love of the sea and the love of the bush at one time. read more

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"the smoke that thunders"

Views: 818 Visited: May 2014 Reviewed: Feb 13, 2015

This is the most famous of the mighty waters. At the height of the wet-season, five hundred and fifty million cubic meters of water roars over the edge of a cliff into the dramatic gorge, over one hundred meters below. What a sight to see!! This area is becoming known for adventure-sports. White-water rafting and bungie jumping are both available for those seeking an adrenaline rush. Or, you can simply take a relaxing canoe trip. There is an... read more

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One of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world!!

Views: 927 Visited: Sep 2012 Reviewed: Feb 14, 2015

This park has a wide variety of wildlife, birds and vegetation. One of the finest ways to experience this pristine wilderness first hand is by going on a walking safari. This has become known as THE wilderness experience of the South Luangwa! The day will be spent walking in the game rich area of the Luangwa riverine habitat, with ebony groves, many lagoons and of course the Luangwa River itself. This is something everyone should experience! ... read more

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The greatest diversity of wildlife of any national park in Africa!!

Views: 921 Visited: Sep 2012 Reviewed: Feb 14, 2015

Kafue National Park is the oldest and largest of Zambia's national parks and it still remains little-known and largely unexplored!! Kafue holds possibly the greatest diversity of wildlife of any national park in Africa, which makes this so exciting! Some animals you will see range from otters, water monitors, hippo, crocodiles, red lechwe and Cape buffalo. This is also an excellent fishing area for bream, pike and barbel and great for boatin... read more

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Loads of Zambezi River wildlife in a pristine state

Views: 778 Visited: Sep 2011 Reviewed: Mar 24, 2015

This park lies opposite the famous Mana Pools Reserve in Zimbabwe, so the whole area on both sides of the river is an enormous wildlife sanctuary. This park is still relatively undeveloped, but its beauty lies in its pristine wilderness state. The diversity of animals is not as wide as the other big parks, but the opportunities to get close to game wandering in and out of the Zambezi channels are wonderful.
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A veritable Garden of Eden

Views: 999 Visited: Aug 2012 Reviewed: Mar 27, 2015

Halfway between the national parks of Loango and Mayumba, Moukalaba-Doudou Park is in a forest and coastal environment. 4500 km2, it offers an extraordinary variety of landscapes: humid forests of mountains whose peaks reach 800 meters, among the dry savannah of the country, lakes, rivers and papyrus swamps ... a veritable Garden of Eden.

Moukalaba- Doudou is known by scientists to be one of the highest densities of Gabon primates. The fore... read more

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Captivating biodiversity where water yields life

Views: 685 Visited: Jul 2008 Reviewed: Mar 28, 2015

The Samburu is set in the semi-desert regions of northern Kenya and is where water yields life.
The Ewaso Nyiro river brings in great numbers of wildlife and some species not found elsewhere in Kenya. What makes this place so amazing is the captivating biodiversity and elephants of Samburu. This is one of the best places to find species endemic to northern Kenya: oryx, gerenuk, reticulated giraffe, Grevy's zebra and the palm nut vulture. Yo... read more

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The truth about Lope

Views: 715 Visited: Aug 2012 Reviewed: Apr 02, 2015

Lopé National Park has an unusual ecosystem showing ecological and biological evolution processes and its numerous petroglyphs showing human migrations and evolution through the ages. This is why it is a worldly heritage listed by UNESCO.
Some of the mammal species you will see include the forest elephant, western lowland gorilla, chimpanzee, mandrill, forest buffalo, sun-tailed guenon, leopard, black colobus, sitantunga and yellow-backed dui... read more

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