Loango National Park

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Jun 212011
 
Loango National Park

Gabon Nature lovers consider Gabon an exotic and rare tropical treasure. Yet tourism here still remains almost totally undeveloped. Dense forests rich in wildlife cover 70% of Gabon’s landmass, its vast picturesque coastline is predominantly wild and unspoiled, and its inland and coastal waters teem with myriad species of fish, reptiles and marine mammals. Loango National Park is a [Curious? Find out more…]

Sangha River

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Jun 152011
 
Sangha River

Central African Republic – Congo (Brazzaville) – 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. The Sangha River Tri-national Protected area (STN) includes Dzanga Sangha Special Reserve in Central African Republic, Nouabale Ndoki National Park in the Republic of Congo (Brazzaville) and [Curious? Find out more…]

Wildman Wilderness Lodge

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Jun 132011
 
Wildman Wilderness Lodge

Australia – Northern Territory An agile wallaby is one of the cutest marsupials you’re likely to see. These little bounders with wide-open eyes and a curious gaze are gathering around my verandah as I try to sleep. The frogs are croaking and the dingoes are baying. This is Wildman Wilderness Lodge, a collection of luxury [Curious? Find out more…]

Oct 102010
 
Bangweulu Wetlands

Zambia – Northern Province ‘Where the Water Meets the Sky’, and true to its name, Bangweulu’s endless floodplains of grey-blue waters disappearing into the horizon, blending completely with the color of the sky, make it impossible to tell just where the horizon is. Likened to Botswana’s great Okavango Delta, the Bangweulu Wetlands are situated in the Northern Province of Zambia. [Curious? Find out more…]

Ruvuma River & Niassa National Reserve

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Mar 072010
 
Ruvuma River & Niassa National Reserve

Mozambique – Niassa and Cabo Delgado Provinces Ruvuma River Formerly also known as the Rovuma River, this is a river in East Africa, forming during the greater part of its course the border between Tanzania and Mozambique (in Mozambique known as Rio Rovuma). It is 800 kilometres (497 mi) long, with a drainage basin 155,500 square kilometres (60,000 sq mi) in size. Its mean annual discharge [Curious? Find out more…]

Kariega River

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Mar 022010
 
Kariega River

South Africa – Eastern Cape Kenton-on-Sea is a quaint seaside village situated between the Kariega and Bushman’s Rivers, along the Sunshine Coast – Eastern Cape, South Africa. These rivers are navigable for 16 and 30 kilometers respectively. Upriver, one can view a host of indigenous bird life from the colourful sunbird to the soaring fish [Curious? Find out more…]

Tarangire River & National Park

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Oct 032009
 
Tarangire River & National Park

Tanzania The Tarangire National Park was established in 1970 and excels in beauty and scenery. The park’s main feature is the Tarangire River winding like an enormous snake through the landscape, the source of life for the many animals that gather on the river banks in the dry season. Another mayor characteristic is the giant [Curious? Find out more…]

Gombe Stream National Park

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Oct 032009
 
Gombe Stream National Park

Tanzania The dwarf amongst Tanzania’s national parks, Gombe Stream National Park is only 52 km² in size. Situated on the eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika, the park was established in 1968 and is a mix of beautiful lush hilly rain forests, deep ravines and occasional grass lands. It is the home of the Kasekela Chimpanzee [Curious? Find out more…]

Kowie River

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Aug 192009
 
Kowie River

South Africa (Eastern Cape) The scenic Kowie River (known locally as the “Ecawa”) is navigable for some 28 km and flows from wild indigenous forest through farmland, past riverside homes, under two bridges in Port Alfred’s town center and out to sea. In its tidal waters people enjoy boating, cruising, waterskiing, fishing and swimming, while [Curious? Find out more…]

Gorongosa National Park

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Jul 172009
 
Gorongosa National Park

Mozambique Gorongosa National Park is at the southern end of the Great African Rift Valley in the heart of central Mozambique. The 3,770 square kilometer park includes the valley floor and parts of surrounding plateaus. Rivers originating on nearby 1863-meter Mount Gorongosa water the plain. Ecology Gorongosa National Park protects a vast ecosystem defined, shaped, [Curious? Find out more…]

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