Tag: Flying Safari


Camp Highlight – Campi Ya Kanzi – Kenya

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Campi Ya Kanzi – Kenya

  What can I say about Campi Ya Kanzi that I haven’t already told to anyone within earshot?  It is one of the most incredible, authentic, spiritual, thought provoking, relaxing, exciting, remote, romantic, incredible places I have ever been on this earth.  I am so enamored with Campi Ya Kanzi, I’m moving there in September to become part of the team.  Campi Ya Kanzi has...

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Camp Highlight – Mnemba Island – Tanzania

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Mnemba Island – Tanzania

Mnemba Island is another new stop for me and again we will find ourselves in the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean.  Mnemba Island lodge is everything you would expect on the perfect postcard from the perfect tropical paradise.  White sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and scenery backdrops that you have to see to believe.  Mnemba Island has to be where all the best tropical...

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Camp Highlight – Mwagusi – Tanzania

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Mwagusi – Tanzania

Mwagusi camp is by far one of my favorite places.  I am not sure if it’s the location, the people, the camp or a combination thereof, but this place holds a special spot in my heart.  My room last year had a great hammock, which last year I laid in all day, reading a book, watching elephants and monkeys walk up the dry riverbed.  Mwagusi...

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Camp Highlight – Vamizi Island – Mozambique

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Vamizi Island – Mozambique

Vamizi Island is one of my most anticipated stops, I don’t know if I’m most looking forward to the destination or the journey.  Vamizi Island in Mozambique, is a very small island just 7 miles long by less than a mile wide.  The flight to this small island is going to be nothing short of stunning, the Indian Ocean is known for it’s stunning clarity...

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Camp Highlight – Mvuu Lodge – Malawi

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Mvuu Lodge – Malawi

Mvuu Lodge is a new stop for me.  The Mvuu Lodge sits just west of Liwonde National Park, in Southern Malawi.  Here we will have the very unique opportunity to view Rhinos.  Because of a quite low number of predators, Liwonde is one of the only National parks that allow game walks instead of only allowing game drives.  It’s always nice to have the opportunity to...

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Camp Highlight – Mana Pools – Zimbabwe

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Mana Pools – Zimbabwe

Flying from the Okavango to Mana Pools in Zimbabwe will be simply fascinating. Incredible wilderness and plentiful wildlife. We will fly over the Zambezi and Lake Kariba. You cannot imagine their infinite beauty. The mighty Zambezi River flows from Lake Kariba through the Lower Zambezi Valley, a huge rift in the earth’s crust. Over the millennia the Zambezi has rushed through this valley creating islands,...

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Camp Highlight – Jao Camp – Botswana

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Jao Camp – Botswana

Jao camp is sure to delight the group.  The camp is situated nicely in the middle of the Okavango Delta, which is home to lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, tsessebe, zebra, hippo and crocodile as well as the uncommon sitatunga and spotted-necked otter.  The Okavango Delta is one of Africa’s seven wonders and is created when the Okavango River reaches a tectonic trough in the central...

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Camp Highlight – Wolwedans – Namibia

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Wolwedans – Namibia

Wolwedans is another new camp for me, it sits on the top of an 800 foot plus tall sand dune, just South of Sossusvlei.   Wolwedans is located in the Namib Rand Nature Reserve which is 202,00 hectares and shares 100 km border with Namib-Naukluft National Park to the west.  Wolwedans promises to be a unique stop on our Africa Flying Safari Adventure, one that is sure to please even...

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Camp Highlight – Naankuse – Namibia

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Naankuse – Namibia

Naankuse represents the halfway point for some of the guests and all of the staff.  Naankuse is a very unique camp situated in the middle of Namibia near Windoek, the capital of Namibia.  Naankuse is an animal sanctuary, started in 2006, devoted to the preservation of African wildlife and the preservation and support of the San community and their culture.  Naankuse has many unique experiences...

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Camp Highlight – Serra Cafema – Namibia

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Serra Cafema – Namibia

Serra Cafema camp is by far one of the best camps of the entire trip.  Serra Cafema is a definite study in contrasts, on one side of camp is the driest desert I’ve ever been in and the other side of camp is the Kunene River, a bastion to many aquatic lifeforms both docile and quite vicious.  It was at this camp last year that I...

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Camp Highlight – Ongava Tented Camp – Namibia

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Apr 2015

Camp Highlight – Ongava Tented Camp – Namibia

Ongava tented camp is a new camp to me and I’m excited to see it.  Ongava tented camp is a small camp, 8 tents, on the Southern boundary of Etosha National Park.  Ongava is one of the largest private game reserves in Namibia.  Ongava tented camp provides a very unique experience in Africa, it provides the possibility to see both the black rhino and white...

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