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It’s not the Dark Continent anymore. It
is yours to explore from the Garden Route of South Africa to the
beaches of Morocco.
The variety of Africa is nearly endless.
It is a land of
contrasts. Vast plains and animals roaming free, thousands
of wildebeest on the Great Migration through Kenya and Tanzania,
herds of elephant marching to a waterhole, curious giraffes gazing
at a passing van. Springbok, zebra, water buffalo, the deceptively
sweet looking hippo or the homely yet incredibly cute warthog.
Masai warriors chanting and jumping, or simply walking along the
road to get from here to there. An unbelievable calm amidst the
most elemental aspects of nature, cheetahs running, a lioness roaring
at a kill.
It is also home to enchanting
lodges, created specifically to be environmentally sensitive and
culturally fulfilling. Savor a Sundowner on your verandah or walk
through the veldt with a guide. Photo, deluxe, and camping safaris
are now available to virtually every corner of the continent. You
will never look at the world the same way again.
There are many reputable
tour operators to this area of the world. Some of my favorites (in
alphabetical order) are: ITC Africa, Junction Africa, and Micato
Safaris. These companies have a long history of working as an integral
part of Africa itself. Let’s plan a trip together that will
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my trip to South Africa, I am longing to tell you of the amazing
variety this vibrant country holds. Seeing the "Big Five"
in Sabi Sands, sampling wineries, visiting the glorious Palace of
the Lost City in Sun City, experiencing a part of their history
in Cape Town and Robben Island. And my personal insights from
meeting the famous Sir Richard Branson.
is a endlessly fascinating and superbly interesting. After
spending not-nearly-enough time there, I welcome your inquires for
travel to this inviting country. Perhaps you will learn more
of the habor in Aswan that once connected the temples of Karnak
and Luxor and led to the Nile, that was announced by Dr. Zahi Hawass,
Secretary-general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities in Egypt
(whom I have met on his trips to the US). Perhaps you will
see the new tomb in the Valley of Kings, as I did. You never
know until you go.