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The impact of lockdowns, quarantines, curfews, and stay-at-home restrictions was felt most acutely by those of us who enjoy traveling. We yearn to return to Africa’s vast open spaces and fall under her spell once more.
Long-stay travel appears to be something out of a fairy tale. People have taken to traveling indefinitely as a way of life. But what is it like to travel for an extended period?
The thought of packing for an African safari might just be intimidating—you hear about all kinds of restrictions, such as the fact that small charter planes only accept luggage under 40 pounds and that it must be soft-shelled (no frames or rigid structures).
Travelling during a global pandemic can quickly become a very overwhelming experience, especially if you are unsure of what safety procedures, protocols or emergency plans are in place at the destination you are travelling to.
Are you a travel junkie, passionate about wildlife and adventure, and on the hunt for your next unforgettable African safari? Or perhaps you’ve never been to Africa and would love to get to see it in all its splendour?
On the 25th of November 2020, we first launched World Safari Day as an annual occasion that celebrates Africa’s wildlife and its people. World Safari Day shines the spotlight on the importance of conserving Africa’s natural resources and authentic wilderness areas. Safaris are a great opportunity to create awareness in