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Victoria Falls to Serengeti National Park [Traveller Photographs]

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
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One of our happy campers, Robyn Preston, shared her 21 day Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) to the Serengeti National Park (Kenya) experience with us in photographs. This Falls to Serengeti overland trip offers so many stunning moments in Africa, we're so glad Robyn wanted to share them with you. Thank you Robyn!

Victoria Falls to Serengeti National Park in Photographs

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Above: Sunset on a game drive in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia.

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Above: Two fishermen on their way to check their nets one evening on the Luangwa River, Zambia. This river is one of the major tributaries of the Zambezi River and one of the four largest in Zambia.

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Above: A traditional dhou sails the waters in the harbour of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. This is the view from the ferry across to Zanzibar.

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Above: The eyes of the Yellow Billed Hornbill watch from a branch. These birds are found in southern and eastern parts of Africa and are often seen perched in the acacia trees.

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Above: A masai tribesman shows off his jumping skills. The masai dance, or adumu, is performed by the men of a village to show strength and stamina. This photo was taken during a tribe visit in Tanzania.

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Above: This gnarly buffalo in the Serengeti appears to be docile. In fact the buffalo is one of the most dangerous animals in Africa due to its unpredictable nature.

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Above: Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, is one of the most famous parks in Africa. This is a scene showing the wildlife harmonising together amidst the endemic acacia trees.

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Above: A baby elephant stays close to its mother for protection. Seen on a game drive in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.

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Above: One of the most elegant African animals you will see on any game drive is a giraffe. They are found in many parts of Africa. There are several different species which are distinguished by their specific patterns.

All of Robyn's photos were taken on the Falls to Serengeti overland trip. Check out our other trips and tours or talk to one of our consultants who would be glad to help you plan a trip to suit your budget.

 

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Tags: africa-budget-travel, africa-overland-tours, eastern-africa, serengeti-zambia, tanzania


Cape Town to Victoria Falls [Traveller Photographs]

Friday, December 14th, 2012
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The Best of South West Africa overland trip is a 20 day journey that starts in Cape Town and carries you up North into Botswana, and eventually ends at Zimbabwe's majestic Victoria Falls. Get a taste of this trip's beauty from the photo journey below. A huge thank you goes to our client Robyn Preston who has been kind enough to share her moments in Africa with us.

Cape Town to Victoria Falls in Photographs

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Above: Robyn's favourite optional activity on her overland tour was quad biking in the Namib Desert, Swakopmund, Namibia.

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Above: Robyn enjoys a stroll through the waves on the beach of Swakopmund, Namibia. There are also lots of nice restaurants on the waterfront with views out over the ocean.

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Above: The Himba tribe live in a village at Kamanjab, Namibia.

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Above: A herd of zebras cross a plain looking for pasture in Etosha National Park, Namibia.

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Above: The Red Hartebeest of Etosha National Park, Namibia. These animals are nomadic, moving around to find new pastures. When startled they can run at a maximum speed of 55 kph.

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Above: The waterhole at Halali Camp in Etosha National Park, Botswana, is one of the most endearing places to sit in the evening where you can be at peace with the wildlife in their domain. It's an unforgettable experience.

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Above: The natural granite arch found at Spitzkoppe, Namibia. A favourite camping spot for overland travel companies. It's a lovely walk up to the arch. It's absolutely stunning to just sit and take in the scenery.

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Above: A baby Chakma Baboon snuggles up to its mother.

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Above: Sunset cruise on Chobe River, Botwswana. A relaxing experience with a glass of wine while you admire the wildlife along the banks of the river.

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Above: Two cubs bond during the walk with lions  activity at Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. During the walk with lions it is possible to touch them which is so special.

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Above: Robyn on a walk with lions near Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

All of Robyn's photos were taken on the Best of South West Africa overland trip. Check out our other trips and tours or chat to one of our consultants if you need help to find an African adventure to suit your budget and needs.

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Central Africa Family Loop Tour in Photos

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012
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The Central Africa Family Loop Tour starts in Johannesburg, takes you through Africa and back to Johannesburg in 22 days. On this adventure you get to experience some of Africa's most sought after attractions and destinations like Victoria Falls, the Okavango Delta and Kruger National Park. They say a picture paints a thousand words, so instead of writing a 10 000 word article about what you can experience on the Central Africa Family Loop Tour, Maik Duijvesteijn has given us the opportunity to show you in photographs.

Thanks go to our happy traveller, Maik, for sharing his photos with us. Maik, we're keeping your overland truck seat warm until you decide to return to Africa.

Ten Central Africa Family Loop Tour Photos

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Above: Sunset in Okavango Delta

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Above: Elephant feeding in Kruger National Park

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Above: Taking a makoro trip through Okavango Delta

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Above: Crocodile in Chob National Park

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Above: A natural African waterfall in Blyde River Canyon

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Above: Jawing Lion in Antelope Park

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Above: Gorgeous horizon in Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve

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Above: Lions bound to receive their meal in Antelope Park

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Above: Walk with Lions - Antelope Park

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Above: Maik enjoys the view at Victoria Falls

All of Maik’s photos were taken on a the Central Africa Family Loop Tour. Also check out our other trips and tours or talk to one of our consultants who would be glad to help you plan a tailored trip to suit your budget and your needs. Share your photos We love receiving traveller photos and videos that we can share on our website. Drop us an email and share your experiences with us, and with the world.

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Cape Town to Vic Falls Overlanding Africa Travel Diary Part 2

Monday, April 4th, 2011
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We continue with Tamzyn and her 21 day overland adventure from Cape Town to Victoria Falls...

Day 4: The Fish River Canyon

Exploring the Orange River banks with a monstrous hang over is not the greatest idea but at least we get to spend most of the morning recovering on the comfy deck chairs of the pool deck overhanging the brown waters of the river.

Desert Driving

After lunch we are back on the truck and driving past sheer cliff faces as the truck rumbles and tumbles along the rugged landscapes of rich ochre reds and sahara golds. The dry desert wind fills the truck and the dust adds it’s own special flavouring to our already dry mouths . Last nights action has a lot of the heads nodding on the truck even though these bumpy Namibian roads are trying their hardest to keep us awake.

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Canyons, Cars and Quiver Trees

The Canon Roadhouse, a quirky campsite decorated with windmills and classic cars/new potholders is our rest stop for tonight. We are in the middle of nowhere surrounded by desert and rock expanses stretching out for miles to the horizon. AWESOME doesn’t even begin to describe this place!! After a refreshing dip in the campsite pool we venture off to the grand Fish River Canyon for one of Southern Africa’s most scenic sundowners. The Fish River Canyon is the second largest Canyon in the world, the largest in Africa and one of Namibia’s top natural wonders. A 160 km long ravine cuts deep into the dry, stony plateau creating an enormous chasm which is 27 km wide and in places, up to 550m deep. The sunset fills the sky in a kaleidoscope of bright blue, pink and orange all melting into each other. You can’t believe your eyes out here. We are all standing in stunned silence as we watch the sun sink below and the canyon filled with shadows. If there is a more spiritual experience in the world I would be surprised. The desert around our camp is peacefully quiet tonight with our evening fireside chatter being the only source of noise on the desert floor. Fish-River-Canyon-Overland Africa Tour

A Midnight Swim in the Desert

My hopes for a cold shower to wash off the Namibian dust tan have been dashed by the hot water that is flowing out of the showers cold water pipes. The underground pipes are cooked by the daily desert heat and will stay warm all night. Instead, a few of us go for a midnight swim in the cool pool water before we turn in. We were supposed to be trucking to the Namib Naukluft National Park tomorrow but instead we are splitting the drive over two days and spending tomorrow evening at the Konkiep Lapa campsite. We fall asleep to a full moon peeking through our tent netting in the absolute stillness of the desert! I think I have found heaven and it’s on a Namibia Overlanding Tour.

Day 5: The Seeheim Hotel and Konkiep Lapa Rest Camp

My first shower in two days is a heavenly after a quick hike up the hill behind our campsite. Endless desert views stretching out in 360 degrees are the order of the day as we follow the Namibian railway tracks north across the vast gold landscape, dotted with quiver and acacia trees. Snacking at the Seeheim Hotel A welcomed stop in the midday Namibian heat, the German inspired Seeheim Hotel (the sole business in Seeheim) is our lunch stop. Zirkie Kloppers and his wife have lived in Seeheim for 12 years and say “there has never been a cool day”. It’s so hard to make ice here that frozen bottles of water set you back R20 a pop, which you will gladly pay to suck on something cool. A proud Afrikaans heritage oozes through the hotel and the black and white photographs covering the walls. Mrs Kloppers, originally from (South Africa's)  Eastern Cape (small world) trained as a taxidermist and has stuffed many of the trophies which loom over us as we order our cool drinks from the bar. After lunch Innocent, Trymore (cook) and Zanele's (driver) stories of overlanding client’s ridiculous questions and expectations, like knowing "what time it will rain exactly?" or "Where are the lions?" have us falling out of our chairs.

The Smell of Rain

The Namibian terrain and climate change quickly and dramatically around us as we venture off on the truck across Namibia. Different smells fill the air here but the smell of a Namibian thunderstorm is something to be appreciated. We are barely 20 minutes out of scorching Seeheim when we are hit by our first glorious downpour. overland africa truck

Going Swimming

Kim’s ball-to-the-wall attitude makes putting our tent up tricky but hilarious to watch. By the final peg we are both brown in mud resembling soldiers in fatigues. The mud is easily washed away with a quick dive into the warm Konkiep Lapa Rest Camp pool. We all huddle under the thatch Lapa where we spend the rest of the evening admiring the sheets of water coming down around us.

Stay Away from the Papsack

One of the girls is tipsy as a tart after sampling 2 glasses of South Africa’s infamous Overmeer box wine (‘papsack’) she was convinced to buy earlier today in the historical town of Bethanie, the first town colonised by the Germans in Namibia. A few of our travelling group enjoy a camping-style swim when they are forced to rescue their belongings from their flooded tents. Nothing can dampen our excitement to reach the Namib Naukluft National Park tomorrow though and see its enormous and vibrant coloured sea of towering sand dunes, Namibia’s iconic attraction. The magical sound of rain hitting the canvas tent carries us off to sleep before tomorrow’s early start. Some have had to abandon their tents as lost causes in the rain and have opted to upgrade to bungalows

Day 6: Namib Naukluft National Park

Catherine, Dan and I are up before the sun to hike up a deceivingly steep hill which proves how embarrassingly unfit I am. The climb is great fun even though my lungs are heaving like a chronic emphysema patient whilst my slow pace is holding up poor Catherine behind me.

Getting Stuck in the Mud

The Namibia’s awesome and fast-changing terrains whizz past the window. We pass through raining red desert expanses, savannah plains, mind-boggling green rocky outcrops and back to flat raining desert before the truck sinks deep into its first sludge pit. Overlanding Africa Truck Freeing it from of the thick brown sludge leaves us dirty but proud at having successfully rescued our mud covered truck with a little (read a lot) of help from the guides.

Dreamy Desert Visions

As we turn in towards Sossusvlei Lodge on the edge of the Namib Naukluft National Park we all do a double-take at what we see. Deadvlei-and-Sossusvlei Red oxidized dunes which foreground purple jagged mountains in the distance surrounded by golden savannah plains. This place looks as though someone has copy-pasted a Mars landscape into the middle of the Namib Desert. Trymore prepares Sadza (a maize meal pap) for us to taste along with chicken innards and gravy whilst we recuperate from the truck drive under the shade of a oddly-shaped acacia tree. A small group of us go for a 2 hour mountain hike up a steep rocky mountain face to see the beauty of the desert floor stretching out before us in one infinite expanse. Exhausted and happy, we spend the rest of the afternoon watching ground squirrels scurry around camp and listen to the tunes of the social weaver birds overhead. Namib Naukluft Park Camp Site The darkness of the desert lets us all disappear to bed early, dreaming of spending tomorrow surrounded by the beautiful sand towers and desert of Dune 45 and Sossuvlei. Stay tuned for the next installment!

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10% OFF the Eastern Trans Africa Expedition!

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011
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You know, at this time of year as we count our way down towards overland high season, no one is giving discounts on overland trips. Why should they? The trucks are filling up all by themselves! HOWEVER! In the interests of travelling at the best time of year to avoid the worst rain, cold (well, except Namibian desert nights maybe), and heat Africa can throw at you, we thought we would let you in on an overlanding 'best kept secret' - the Eastern Trans Africa Expedition.

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REAL overland travel at its best! If you want air conditioning, hot showers every night and a cook then this expedition is not for you. Expect to get "stuck in" on this trip that covers the major sights between Cape Town and Cairo both on and off the beaten track. A true ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME! And even better - get 10% off the trip price while you are at it!*

NOW GBP1,935 plus US$1,165 Local Payment!

*Discount does not apply to local payment where applicable.

For more info and a list of the 11 countries you will travel through, contact the team at OverlandingAfrica.com or post your queries below!

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When To Go Overlanding

Monday, November 8th, 2010
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Most overland trips cover long distances through many countries and also many different climates therefore there is no ‘best time to travel’. Any time is a good time! Africa has diverse landscapes and the weather changes drastically from country to country, region to region - even sometimes within the same city. Namibia - Rain 1

Southern Africa Southern Africa consists of a many diverse countries and each has their own weather patterns. Southern Africa has two clear rainy seasons – summer and winter. Rains in the winter mainly occur in the south western part of South Africa. Most other countries receive rain during the summer months (October to March).

East Africa From beaches to mountains to vast plains, the region has a huge range of terrains and climates. The climate of East Africa is typically equatorial with mid to high temperatures year round and little seasonal variation, especially close to the equator. Large variations in temperature are caused by altitude; it is cooler the higher you get. There are two short rainy seasons in East Africa; one around April, and the other in October/November.

North  Africa North Africa is mostly taken up by desert and semi arid climates. The Mediterranean also forms part of North Africa and the coastal regions receive hot, dry summers. Rainfall is minimal and usually comes in the form of short thunderstorms. Temperatures vary depending on the proximity to the coast.

West Africa West Africa sees a pretty varied climate across the year with 2 distinct wet seasons, high humidity and high temperatures. The humidity is of particular discomfort on the coast and when combined with high temperatures this can be very uncomfortable in some areas. The driest periods of the year fall between December and February, and then from July until September. Wetter periods are generally May/June and October.

Middle East Large parts of the Middle Eastern countries experience drought as water is a scare commodity. Most countries consist of mainly arid, desert areas although pockets of green, fertile valleys can be found along major rivers such as the Nile. Temperatures range from very hot in summer, to 15-25 degrees C in winter.

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Close Encounters of the Elephant Kind….

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010
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I had to share this with you... Sonia is on a massive overland trip from London to Cairo via Cape Town and her personal blog is not only interesting, but often hilarious! Here she gets up close and personal with some Elephants in Zambia. Awesome! (And a bit scary). http://sonya.ontheroad.to/show/so-elephants-like-stew-only-with-dumplings

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Serengeti Highway? What the H*LL are you thinking?

Friday, September 3rd, 2010
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It's the greatest threat in the Serengeti's history — the government of Tanzania has approved a major commercial highway across the Serengeti National Park, in the direct path of ancient wildlife migration routes.

Now, I have met a lot of people in my 30 plus years, heard a lot of stories that make your eyes roll, and (after 10 years on a truck) have heard all the stupid questions I could ever want to hear. But this takes 'stupid' to new heights. Join the fight to stop this highway,  sign the petition and have your say...

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Huge Discounts on Africa Overland Trips - Even Get One Free!

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
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Buy one of the following Africa Overland trips in September, depart in either September or October, and GET ANOTHER SEAT FREE! Buy one of these trips in September, depart in either November or December and get 20% off the tour price! Buy one of these trips in September and depart anytime before the 1st June 2011 and get 12.5% off the tour price! hwange.sunsetelephantcrop

Doesn't get much better than that!

Kenya, Uganda and Gorilla Trek - 18 days from Nairobi

KT Adventure - 13 days from Nairobi

East Africa Southbound - 22 days from Dar Es Salaam

Southern Safari - 31 days from Nairobi

Namib Desert Safari - 11 days from Windhoek

Southern Africa Adventure - 19 days from Livingstone/Victoria Falls

Vic Falls and Kruger Highlights - 6 days from Livingstone/Victoria Falls

Nairobi to Livingstone - 24 days from Nairobi

Namib Desert Explorer - 11 days from Cape Town

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Discover Africa With These Fantastic Budget African Safaris

Thursday, August 12th, 2010
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Africa Budget Safaris

If you have been considering Africa budget safaris, and have been dreaming of discovering some of the most beautiful and wild destinations across the continent, then why not consider one of these ‘off the beaten track’ destinations for an affordable safari experience that is sure to be the adventure of a lifetime.

While many visitors flock to safari in some of the more well-known regions of Africa, many miss out on the  attractions and highlights of some of the less obvious destinations that still offer a full safaris experience complete with wildlife, culture, views and more, at affordable rates to ensure that you don’t break the bank. Some of the most rewarding destinations for budget African safaris include the following:

Madagascar The island of Madagascar lies off the coast of Africa, and is most famous for its extremely rare and exotic wildlife and lush rain forests, not to mention its tropical beaches and fascinating culture. This is one of the best Africa budget safaris for those who love to explore uncharted islands and discover a wealth of incredible and awe-inspiring plants, birds and creatures – including a huge number of lemurs, which can be found throughout the island. Friendly locals, local delicacies including chocolate (which is one of the country’s chief exports in the form of cocoa beans) and seafood, and some of the most spectacular reserves imaginable are just some of the things to look forward to on a safari in Madagascar.

Tanzania Situated in between Malawi and Kenya, Tanzania is a vast country that spans across rich game regions, including the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater (which is a lush crater teeming with wildlife), Serengeti National Park and other reserves, to the beautiful beaches and marine reserves, and finally, Zanzibar Island – one of the world’s most beautiful tropical islands. This is one of the ultimate budget African safaris for an all-round experience of beach and bush, making it an excellent overland option.

Uganda Despite its troubled political history, Uganda remains one of the most beautiful destinations in Africa. Endless expanses of lush tropical vegetation and forests can be found across the mountainous regions of this country, which is where you can find one of the world’s most endangered animals – the Mountain Gorilla. At high risk from poachers, especially in war zones, these gorillas are protected in many areas, and travellers on safari in Uganda have the rare chance to view these giants up close and learn more about the species and other wildlife in Uganda’s rain forests.

Egypt You may not instantly think of Egypt when it comes to Africa budget safaris, but this country is so much more than pyramids and desert. Safaris in Egypt offer a rich and diverse blend of culture, history, landscapes and cuisine – resulting in a safari experience that is quite out of this world. Situated in Northern Africa, Egypt has a strong Arabic influence, offering an ancient civilisation that is sure to allure even the most jaded of travellers as you explore the Pyramids, markets and other attractions of this fascinating destination.

Morocco For a taste of Middle Eastern romance, it doesn’t get more enticing than Morocco and its famous capital city Casablanca, immortalised in the classic film of the same name. Also situated in North Africa, Morocco has a strong Arabic-French culture, with beautiful mountainous regions and savannas, stretches of desert and incredible architecture, cobbled streets and many other highlights to explore on these memorable budget African safaris in Morocco.

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