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9th March 2017

Does Your Life Need Adventure?

Proof that “Life Needs Adventure,” our new video release will challenge you to experience the continent outside of your comfort zone. Launching today on International Women’s Day (08 March), the…
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8th March 2017

Why Switch From Solo To Group Travel

Image by: Coralie Giraudet - ThePathSheTook Changing from independent travel to a group tour was a major change for Cora from @thepathshetook. Find out why overland travel is often the…
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24th February 2017

Be Part of The TREEvolution & Join Greenpop’s March ReForest Fest

Are you planning to be in Cape Town this March? Support our responsible travel partners and join Greenpop’s 7th annual ReForest Fest To be held in the beautiful Platbos Forest…
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22nd February 2017

Fighting Extinction: Matopos Rhino Experience

It felt like a scene you might watch on a wildlife documentary. We were stooped over, shuffling through grass and brush, our eyes darting between the powerful creature we were…
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Cape Buffalo lounge along the banks of the Chobe River in Chobe National Park.
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15th February 2017

Exploring Chobe National Park!

The water lapping the hull of our pontoon boat had the appearance of being peaceful. It’s silky ribbons almost tempting one to swim and escape the scorch of the Botswana…
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8th February 2017

Namibia’s Fish River Canyon!

The grand splendor of Namibia’s Fish River Canyon; among one of the world’s largest canyons. The crunch of the gravel road softened and with a pop and hiss the brakes…
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1st February 2017

Living Exploration: An African Overland Adventure

In the night sky over Botswana, Africa, a solitary light arcs across a backdrop of stars. Fingers point and mouths open at the unfolding spectacle. The light is the International…
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26th January 2017

The watery ways of the Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta covers a staggering 15,000 - 22 000 square kilometers and is one of the world’s largest inland deltas. The labyrinth of lagoons and waterways expands as the…
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