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12 Helpful tips about walking safaris

Recognising the growing desire from travellers to connect with nature and to be more active, more and more lodges are offering guided walking options, ranging from a short few hours to longer expeditions. Sue Watt visited South Luangwa National Park in Zambia, and sent us these tips.

Safaris for all. Image credit Fotogrin, Shutterstock. Travel Africa magazine

Safaris for all

There’s no reason why you shouldn’t feel you can’t enjoy a wildlife-watching holiday in Africa – no matter your circumstances. Companies are increasingly geared up to cater for all niche requirements.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Image credit Sherry Rix, Travel Africa magazine

Choosing a safari company: questions to ask

Whether you’re a first-time Africa traveller or an avowed safari addict, if you choose to book your next trip through a specialist company, consider these questions to ask. First published in Issue 95 of Travel Africa magazine.

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On Safari with Kids: 10 tips before you book

1. Wait We started going on safari when our kids were toddlers and it was exhausting and stressful. The tension came from keeping our hectic children still and quiet during game drives, meals and midday siesta periods. Exhausting because the safari day up-ends little kids normal routines (early wake-ups, different meal times, late dinners) and our …

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