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Madagascar after dark

It is no secret that Madagascar is home to some of the world’s most weird and wonderful flora and fauna. That being said, Madagascar is not all baobabs and lemurs, discovered safari specialist, Anton, on a recent trip to the world’s oldest island. Home to a nocturnal world that only comes to life after dark, Madagascar is more »

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Madagascar in pictures

On a recent visit to Madagascar, our Marketing Executive Suzie enjoyed a whirlwind week coming close to exotic wild species, experiencing local life and soaking up the stunning scenery. Here, she talks us through five of her favourite pictures from her trip.  1. The piercing call of the indri lemur Madagascar’s lemurs are inevitably the more »

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Madagascar: A photo story

Home to baobabs, lemurs and endless sandy beaches, Madagascar is a much loved destination for beach aficionados and wildlife lovers alike. However, for Africa expert, Jo, it was meeting the local Malagasy people that really made her trip so special. Her photos give us a glimpse of island life on Madagascar… Madagascar; for some, a word that conjures up thoughts more »

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Earth Day

April 22nd is Earth Day, which aims to focus attention around the world on celebrating the amazing planet we live on and raising awareness about the importance of conserving our natural environment. Africa’s travel and safari industry has an important role to play in funding the continent’s conservation efforts, but it’s also crucial that the properties more »

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Imagine Africa’s Top 4 Diving Destinations

Africa is renowned the world over for its diving sites. Here we present you with our Top 4 choices… 1. Quirimbas Archipelago, Mozambique Consisting of over fifty coral islands, the Quirimbas Archipelago in northern Mozambique has recently been granted protection status in the form of the Quirimbas National Park. The 7,500 km sq. park has more »

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