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May 30, 2010

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May 29, 2010

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Malaria?… Yellow Fever?… What are they?

You’ve probably heard about malaria and yellow fever in Africa, but for many people, that is as far as their knowledge about these diseases goes.  Since both of these diseases are prevalent in Africa, we thought we’d give you a little more information. Malaria is caused by a parasite that is transmitted from one human to another by the bite…
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May 28, 2010

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The Brand New Zambezi Queen

I must admit, life doesn’t get much better than relaxing and being pampered aboard a 5-star cruise boat… unless of course you are in the midst of Africa’s most beautiful ecosystem cruising the Chobe River.  Bordered by Botswana and Namibia, the Chobe is home to the largest concentration of elephants on earth and a huge diversity of other wildlife from…
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May 28, 2010

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Wonderful Wildlife Photos from Tanzania & Zambia

In 2009, we sent Terry & Nancy McGrew from Wisconsin on a fantastic journey to Tanzania and Zambia.  In their words… “What else can we say, it was a fabulous trip!” The McGrew’s are great photographers and after traveling to the Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Selous Game Reserve, and the Lower and Upper Zambezi they had…
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May 26, 2010

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The Selous Project – Lukula Selous

My husband Richard and I went to Lukula in the remote Selous in Tanzania and found the Africa we haven’t seen in many years… WILD  WILD WILD! I loved this camp as it fully retains the wild spirit of Africa. Though remote, it has a good level of comfort and great ‘Swahili/Safari Style” with a strong dash of colonial character…
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May 23, 2010

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Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda

Mountain gorillas are massive, shy, majestic and so human-like it is almost beyond belief.  Since the 1970s when the now famous primatologist Dian Fossey brought the horrible plight of gorillas into the mainstream, these amazing animals have held a special place in the imagination of many.  With only about 700 mountain gorillas remaining, seeing these creatures in person is truly…
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May 22, 2010

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Rains Return to Kenya

The rains have finally returned to parched Kenya bringing welcome relief for this country that has suffered more than a year of devastating drought.  Tens of thousands of animals, including livestock, elephant, hippo and antelope have perished and millions of people forced to rely on food aid as the rains failed and suns dried up what little water was left…
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May 21, 2010

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Holiday Travel in Africa – 2010 is filling fast!

Want to go to Africa for the holidays?  Go somewhere warmer?  This is a great time to visit but be aware lodges are filling up for 2010. Email us if you’d like more information –  info@exploreinc.com – we’d love to help you plan your holiday! THE GREAT MIGRATION Have you always wanted to see Africa’s Great Migration, one of the…
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May 20, 2010

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What’s Happening Now?… Sardine Run in South Africa

With more than a billion people in 61 territories and countries covering 11.7 million square miles, there is always something happening somewhere in Africa!  Although the Great Migration of Wildebeest may be the most well known occurrence, there are thousands of events and festivals throughout the continent to keep you entertained on a trip any time of year.  WHAT’S HAPPENING…
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