Adventure

  • Kadealo, African Natural Wonders

25 African natural wonders for your bucket list

By |2020-06-24T22:08:16+00:00June 23rd, 2020|

Courtesy of ER Bauer/Flickr African Natural Wonder: Sossusvlei, Namibia With its iconic red sand dunes, that are constantly moulded into different shapes and patterns by the wind, Sossuvlei is one of the most photogenic wonders of Africa. The sand dunes are in fact some of the largest in the world, and the salt and clay pan at the end of the Tsauchab River is where Soussusvlei gets its name from: In Nama and Afrikaans it means “dead-end” and “marsh”. The iconic red dunes of Soussusvlei are formed through a geological process that has been taking place for millions of years. The [...]

  • Kadealo, African Waterfalls, Rivers and Lakes

Magnificent African waterfalls, rivers and lakes

By |2020-06-24T20:54:07+00:00June 23rd, 2020|

Courtesy of Max R - ooyooy/Flickr African River: Niger River The Niger is the third largest river in Africa, only behind the Nile and the Congo rivers, at 4,180km. Its source lies in the Guinea Highlands in southern Guinea. It runs through Mali, Niger, down the border with Benin before flowing through Nigeria and out into the Atlantic ocean via an eneormous delta, which is known as the Niger Delta, or sometimes the Oil Rivers. The Niger is uniquely shaped for such a large river, almost like a crescent or boomerang shape. This is because the Niger used to be two [...]

  • Kadealo, Travel tips, African Safari, What to expect on a Safari Experience

Useful travel tips for an African safari

By |2020-07-04T13:43:39+00:00June 19th, 2020|

Africa is as beautiful and majestic as it is wild and diverse, and it has the ability to evoke emotions from within that we never thought possible. Africa almost literally has it all: From the grasslands of the Savannas and the desert landscapes of the Sahara to the tropical white sandy beaches of Africa’s tropical islands, each sight will most certainly leave a lasting impression upon you. The main issue that people seem to have with Africa, is that they believe the media and fall into the trap of categorizing Africa as one entity. Africa is comprised of more than 40 countries, each one [...]

  • Kadealo, African Safari Camp

Top 10 luxury safari camps in Africa

By |2020-06-23T13:02:36+00:00June 13th, 2020|

They say that travel broadens the mind and opens up an endless world of possibilities and new horizons, and if you’re thinking of spreading your metaphorical wings and seeing the world, how about thinking outside of the box and trying something a little different? Sure, when most people head abroad on holidays and vacations, they tend to be drawn to sunny holiday resorts by the sea. Whilst there is absolutely nothing wrong with that, if you’re thinking that you may be looking to try something new and unique, why not consider visiting Africa instead? Africa is one of the most underrated parts of the [...]

  • Kadealo, African Tour Operators

Top 10 African tour operators for your next trip

By |2020-06-23T21:52:45+00:00June 12th, 2020|

Travelling to any African nation usually demands a high level of meticulous planning to ensure the best time is had by all who venture there. The lack of infrastructure in some places suited to independent travellers can cause a fair amount of hassle, but the following list of luxury African tour operators throughout the continent take all the guesswork out of planning that epic adventure to Africa.  Courtesy of abercrombiekent.com African Tour Operator: Abercrombie & Kent This African tour operator has to top this list of operators on the continent. Consistently named both Africa and the World's best luxury [...]

  • Kadealo, African Documentary

Must see wildlife documentaries to watch before your trip

By |2020-06-24T13:23:43+00:00June 12th, 2020|

Here is a selection of the finest wildlife documentaries available to prepare you for your trip to Africa, educating you on the behaviour of the myriad species on this vast continent, but also the conservation and human issues that affect the continent. Courtesy of bbc.co.uk Wildlife Documentaries: BBC Planet Earth, BBC Africa BBC Natural World: Zambezi BBC has been known as the cream of the crop for their wildlife documentaries for decades now and they just keep getting better and better. Researchers and cameramen will often camp out for weeks or months at a time to get that perfect 10 [...]

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