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Pelican Point Lodge with seals in the foreground

Kayaking with seals in Namibia

On her first visit to Namibia, our Africa Product Executive Laura was in complete awe of the incredible scenery and ever-changing landscapes. Here, she tells us about the highlight of her trip. From the rust red dunes of Sossusvlei and the eerie trees of Dead Vlei to the haunting beauty of the Skeleton Coast and incredible game more »

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Reading Namibia: Top 6 books

The downtime hours on your trip are perfect for relaxing with a book. These are our top six books on Namibia to help you get to know the country better. IN BUSHVELD AND DESERT: A GAME RANGER’S LIFE by Christiaan Bakkes In Bushveld and Desert is an entertaining book of wilderness stories written by famous safari guide 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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Flamingos

Animals in love

Rather than filling your head with an endless list of exotic places where you could enjoy a candlelit dinner for two, this Valentine’s Day we’ve decided to look to the animal kingdom for signs of true love in the wild. We’ve picked out a few of the romantic rituals and cute courtships carried out by more »

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Zebra and foal at Camelthorn Lodge

Why you should travel to Africa in low season

When planning a holiday, people always talk about ‘the best time to go’ – one can become quite obsessed with being in a place when the weather is at its all time best. Here at Imagine, we believe there is a lot to be said for travelling to Africa in low season. Escape the crowds, benefit from more »

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Hidden Namibia

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