Safari

Guide: Tanzania or South Africa?

It can be hard to choose where to go when you are planning a trip to Africa. We have visited both Tanzania and South Africa...

Film: Safari in Kruger and City break in Cape Town

With its diverse nature, wildlife and colorful culture South Africa is known to embody the entire world in one country. And it did feel as...

Article: South Africa – Safari and City break in a league of its own

In Africa's southernmost tip lies the continent's most diverse country. Here you can get close to the wildlife, experience magnificent scenery, indulge in sublime gastronomy...

Travel Blog: Discovering the wildlife of Africa in a safari jeep

If you go on safari in South Africa, you will drive in an open vehicle, also referred to as ‘the buffet’ by the local...

Travel blog: Safari after sunset encounter

When darkness falls and the stars poke little holes in the sky, you will experience the African bush in a completely different way. This...

Travel Blog: On a bushwalk following the animal footprints

Life in the bush is bloody serious, and on a walk near the Kruger National Park in South Africa, we got right up close...

Travel Blog: Safari in Kruger National Park

We have yet again gone on safari in Africa – this time its South Africa, where we are staying next to the largest and...

Article: Up close with the wildest wildlife in the world

Safari in Africa is the kind of journey that is almost intuitively high on the list of dream trips. With the world's highest concentration of...

Film: Safari in Tanzania and a beach holiday on Zanzibar

Join us on our trip to Tanzania and Zanzibar in this little movie. From a safari on the endless plains of Serengeti - where...

Travel Blog: The Big Five – the superstars of the Savannah

When we traveled to Tanzania we brought a small but still quite big thing with us: Hope! Because we hoped we would see The Big Five. A...

Travel Blog: The Maasai people

We are on our way through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which is part of the native country of the Maasai. The noble tribal people are...

Travel Blog: On the edge of the volcanic crater of Ngorongoro

It is impossible to select ‘the greatest experience’ on a safari in Tanzania. But one thing is for sure: Ngorongoro is something special! I will visit...

Travel Blog: Elephant roadblock

The experience of giant elephants slowly moving, flapping and grazing through the green African shrubbery is absolutely enchanting. As long as we do not get...

Travel Blog: Tarangire National Park – no binoculars required

With its 2,850 km² Tarangire National Park is huge but it is surprisingly easy to spot the wildlife. So there is no reason to bring...

Travel Blog: The jealous Baobab tree

The characteristic shape and ability to become thousands of years old has made the Baobab Tree one of Africa's most legendary trees. And although the...