Madagascar (Sava Region)
One of the world’s most unique fishing and outdoors adventure destinations, the Ankavanana River is situated in the Sava region at the northeastern part of Madagascar. Each of the area’s major towns – Sambava, Antalaha, Vohemar, and Andapa – claims the title World Capital of Vanilla, a spice of which the region is [Curious? Find out more...]
Madagascar (Sava Region)
India (Assam State)
The Kaziranga National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site, covers about 430 sq km, bordered by the Brahmaputra River in the north and the Karbi Anglong hills to the south. The largest number of one-horned rhinoceros in the world roam its swamps, grasslands with tall thickets of elephant grass and areas of mixed [Curious? Find out more...]
South Africa (Mpumalanga)
The Loskop Dam Nature Reserve comprises 23Â 000Â ha of pristine Mpumalanga bushveld. The Loskop Dam in the reserve is 27Â km long and boasts a 2 350 ha water surface.
The dam is a popular destination for fishermen, and hosts the annual Light Tackle Boat fishing competition. The abundance of water in the reserve makes it [Curious? Find out more...]
Central African Republic – Congo (Brazzaville) -Â Cameroon
The Sangha Tri-National zone was created on the initative of COMIFAC, a conference of the ministers of forests from the countries in the Congo basin. TheÂ Sangha River Tri-national Protected area (STN) includesÂ Dzanga Sangha Special Reserve inÂ Central African Republic, Nouabale Ndoki National Park in theÂ Republic of Congo (Brazzaville) and theÂ Lobeke [Curious? Find out more...]
Australia – Northern Territory
Carmor Plains Wildlife Reserve, operated byÂ Australia Wide Safaris, comprises 100 000 acres of pristine outback. Only 210 km east of Darwin, a little over 2 hours driving or 30 minutes flight, the reserve is adjacent to Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage Site.
Scenic flood plains are entirely submerged during the summer rain [Curious? Find out more...]
South Africa (KwaZulu-Natal)
Lake Phobane (previously known as Goedertrouw Dam) is reached via theÂ Nkwalini Valley betweenÂ Eshowe andÂ Melmoth,Â a region which was once the heart of King Shaka’s Kingdom.
The dam is set in the Umhlatuze Valley with the Mabelebele Mountains offering a spectacular backdrop. It was completed on the uMhlatuze River in 1980 to provide an assured water [Curious? Find out more...]
South Africa (Eastern Cape)
The scenic Kowie River (known locally as the â€śEcawaâ€ť) is navigable for some 28 km and flows from wild indigenous forest through farmland, past riverside homes, under two bridges in Port Alfred’s [Curious? Find out more...]
Botswana – Zimbabwe – South Africa (Limpopo) – Mozambique
The Limpopo is the second largest river in Africa that drains to the east, after the Zambezi River. Around 1 750 kilometers long, it starts at the confluence of the Marico and Crocodile rivers in South Africa and flows in a great arc, first zig-zagging northeast and [Curious? Find out more...]
South Africa (Mpumalanga, Limpopo) – Mozambique
There are at least threeÂ Olifants Rivers in South Africa – in the Western Cape, the Southern Cape and the one originating in Mpumalanga. That’s the one we’re really interested in: it flows north through Witbank Dam and Loskop Dam and is forced east by the Transvaal Drakensberg. Cutting through at [Curious? Find out more...]
The Great Ruaha River is a river in south-central Tanzania that flows through the Usangu wetlands and the Ruaha National Park east into the Rufiji River.
Great Ruaha is about 475 km (300 mi.) long, 38 species of fish have been identified in the Great Ruaha River. The river’s headwaters are in the Kipengere Mountains. From [Curious? Find out more...]