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Africa

As vast as it is diverse, encompassing desert, savannah, rainforest, mountain ranges, lowlands, stunning coastline and vast inland lakes, Africa is a continent rich in dramatic scenery and natural beauty. Visiting Africa, you can see the world’s most prolific concentration of wildlife in their natural habitat, experience the warmth of African tribal people and their diverse cultures and beliefs, travel through stunning landscapes and challenge yourself with some amazing adrenalin-fuelled adventures.

This is Namibia

  No matter how you try to describe the beauty of Namibia, no words can quite capture it. Whether you are speaking of the vast shifting sand sea of the ancient Namib Desert, attempting to express the splendor of the … Continue reading

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Thirteen is a lucky number for lion conservation in Africa

  It might be unlucky for some, but 13 is definitely a winning number for the lions of the Dambwa release pride in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in southern Zambia. Part of the African Lion and Environmental Research Trust’s (ALERT) … Continue reading

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East Africa Encompassed

  Whether you want to track the Big 5, mingle with the Masai,  learn about the diversity of African culture, travel through spectacular landscape or simply laze by the beach, East Africa is the place to be. For a game viewing adventure … Continue reading

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The social glue that holds a successful pride together

Since 1975, the African lion population has decreased by an estimated 80-90%, and numbers continue to fall.  The African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT) is working to conserve this iconic species before it is too late for the King … Continue reading

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Protecting new generations of the African Lion

Since 1975, the African lion population has decreased by an estimated 80-90%, and numbers continue to fall.  The African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT) is working to conserve this iconic species before it is too late for the King … Continue reading

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On The Go Tours adopts orphan African elephant

This holiday season we received a very special gift and are now the proud foster parents of Murera, an orphaned elephant who now lives happily at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. Here is the story of little Murera, from how … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – Wildlife spotting in Africa

Africa has some of the most beautiful and fascinating animals in the world. Nowhere else can you see such a diverse amount of wildlife in one place. From the famous ‘Big 5’ (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo) to the … Continue reading

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Protecting the future generations of the African lion

Since 1975, the African lion population has decreased by an estimated 80-90%, and numbers continue to fall.  The African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT) is working to conserve this iconic species before it is too late for the King … Continue reading

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Video of the Week – Amongst the mountain gorillas

For years the mountain gorilla has been hunted and exploited by humans, and with less than 900 thought to remain in the wild a close encounter with one of these majestic creatures is truly a once in a lifetime experience. … Continue reading

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Taking steps towards a future for the African lion

The African lion has long been on the losing side of an intensifying conflict with people, and if we do not take action now we could soon lose this majestic creature. The African Lion & Environment Research Trust has been … Continue reading

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