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gorilla in Rwanda
Volcanoes National Park is located in the Northwestern region of Rwanda. It borders Mgahinga National Park and Virunga National Park in Uganda and Rwanda respectively. Aside from being the home to 5 Volcanic mountains namely; Muhabura, Karisimbi Sabyinyo, Bisoke and, Gahinga Volcanoes National Park is well-known for sheltering the endangered mountain gorillas. One of the...
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ngorongoro crater, tanzania
In an effort to encourage tourists to spend more nights within Tanzania & Rwanda, the respective travel associations in each of the countries (The Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) and Rwanda Tours and Travel Association (RTTA)) have agreed to jointly market the countries. Source: ATTA This is a fantastic move as the two countries...
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game drive, serengeti
The Serengeti is arguably one of the most famous and most important national parks in the African Safari experience. Here wildlife activities such as the wildebeest migration possess a certain fanfare to them much similar to major world sporting events. It is, therefore, no surprise that this area is an invaluable gem to the East...
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south africa
Is It Safe to Travel to South Africa? Rich with culture and wildlife, South Africa is a favorite spot to travel, but some tourists wonder is South Africa safe? Some people may believe that because of the poverty that exists in Africa, South Africa is a dangerous place for travel, but it is not as...
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Multigenerational vacation to south africa
Multigenerational Travel: South Africa Some years ago, traveling around the globe with kids, grandkids, siblings, and designated family members wasn’t so popular but things are changing. Nowadays, more families are realising the benefits of traveling together as one big happy bunch. In fact, multigenerational traveling, regardless of its hassles remains a go-to option for families...
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Gonarezhou park, Zimbabwe
The new year is just around the corner, and most people are already searching for great destinations to quench their thirst for adventure in 2019. If you’re still undecided on where to travel next year, why not try somewhere different. The following is a list of our top four off the beaten path Africa travel...
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elpehants on safari
Q&A with Photographer David Marks David has been a professional photographer for the last 35 years, from freelance photojournalism in the 80’s, commercial automotive in the 90’s, to fine art for the last 20 years. He is a master of his craft and we are very excited to welcome him on a Ntaba African Safari...
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Ethiopian Festivals: Meskel & Timkat Ethiopia has a rich religious culture. There are religious festivals that draw thousands of Ethiopians to cities to commemorate ancient beliefs. Two of those festivals stand out for any Christian. They are Meskel and Timkat. These two festivals mark key events that involve Jesus Christ who is believed to be...
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massai, group and Des
Our terrific South Africa tour guide, Des, has written a number of poems about select Ntaba trips he has led. He has kindly shared them with us for your pleasure. Here is the first one. Enjoy. 😊   JRO Airport, Arusha is where it all began, For Carol & her touring clan. Modi & Issa...
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Botswana lions
Botswana is in the southern region of the African continent and about the same size as France. It is bordered by Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Namibia. Being the third least densely populated country in Africa, Botswana is a haven for nature and safari enthusiast. In this article, we will share with you 11 Reasons...
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