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  1. Panamwe Tours and Safari is a very well experienced safari and tours operator located in the Island of Zanzibar, in beautiful Tanzania. We offer variety of touring opportunities for tourist and take care of them throughout their experience in Zanzibar. Our staffs are well informed and are well spoken in English, Italian, Swahili and French. Our transport busses from either the airport or ferry port are well equipped with air condition and WiFi for you to relax and connect with friends and family. tour excursion price.pdf
  2. Asahambe Adventures is committed to making a true African adventure never to be forgotten. South Africa is the home of the Big 5, has over 900 species of birds and offers the perfect location for any type of holiday from awe inspiring landscapes to breathtaking sunsets. Asahambe Adventures conducts its tours in the most professional manner with ethical tourism practices and the utmost respect for the environment. We value all our customers and strive to create a lasting relationship to ensure our customers experience an African adventure of the highest standards. www.asahambeadventures.com
  3. Hello everyone at Safaritalk! We have just joined the conversation and would like to introduce our company, East Cape Tours. Here are a few details, but please see our website for more information. We are based in Port Elizabeth, a coastal city in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa, and at the beginning of the famous and very popular Garden Route. We specialize in game reserve holidays. Most importantly, we don’t just assume from others that a place of accommodation is sufficiently operated, we go there ourselves! We regularly visit all the places we recommend to our clients to ensure that they offer only the very best service, rooms, meals and hospitality in general. We also search for new places that would be ideal holiday destinations to ensure our clients have a great variety of holiday ideas from which to choose. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider us as your holiday expert: · We are passionate about the holiday needs of our clients · We personally visit our recommended places of accommodation · We have a personal connection with many guesthouse owners · We are just a step away should you require anything whilst on holiday · We have the local expertise and knowledge to ensure we recommend the very best attractions and places to stay Give us a try… http://www.eastcapetours.com
  4. Nairobi National park: The tour starts at 7:30 am. This unique sanctuary the only one of its kind in the world borders the capital City of Kenya, Nairobi. It is the most accessible of all Kenya’s Parks. Despite it’s proximity to the city center it boasts of having four of the big five (Rhino, Leopard, Lion and Buffalo). The park also supports 450 species of birds. The Tour returns to the city center by sundown. Carnivore restaurant: No Safari to Kenya would be complete without Dinner at the world-famous Carnivore restaurant, where you will dine on an endless supply of meat! Everyone who comes to Kenya must try the carnivore if they are true meat eaters. Sample of the complete meat eating experience from regular meat to crocodile (all farm raised), camel etc. The restaurant also offers vegetarian dishes Bomas of Kenya A ‘Bomas’ is a homestead and just a few minutes from the city center, numerous homesteads reflecting Kenya’s diverse cultures have been recreated for visitors both local and international to see the traditional village life. The main attraction is a visit to the display of the traditional dancing and folklore songs performed in the splendid arena. Next we visit The AFEW (African Fund for Endangered Wildlife) Giraffe Center is located in Langata, just outside Nairobi. The center@erick@tracksbergtrave has been ostensibly set up as a breeding center for the endangered Rothschild giraffe, but now operates conservation/education programs for Kenyan school children. There is good information on giraffes available here, and an elevated feeding platform where visitors meet the resident giraffes face to face. Hand feeding giraffes is an education in itself. You will see, close at hand, how they use their long, prehensile tongues to remove leaves from prickly acacia branches. The AFEW centre is also home to Giraffe Manor, a beautifully maintained colonial home, now an exclusive guesthouse. The centre's giraffe population wanders freely through the lush gardens, and pays an occasional visit to the house itself, often pushing their heads through the French Windows to inspect the breakfast table. Price Per person is: USD 242.00 Your Day Tour Price Includes; Price per person All park entry fees, service charge and taxes Tracks Berg Travel vehicles carry cold drinks and mineral water Pickup from your hotel in Karen and drop-off to your hotel Professional English speaking guides. All are experts in the African Wildlife, Culture, and Tour Guiding Game Drive in Nairobi National Park, Lunch at the famous Carnivore Restaurant & a visit to Bomas of Kenya and the Giraffe Center Your Day Tour Does not include; Personal expenses such as drinks Tips or gratuity, travelers insurance; laundry, communication charges, visas Transfers to/ from the airport (supplement airport transfer cost applies for tours starting from the airport) International airfares and airport taxes; meals, sightseeing not included in the package; optional activities What to bring. Money for personal use Tip for driver Insect repellent Set of warm and light clothes Digital camera, Your sense of humor and an adventurous spirit will be highly appreciated Email: info@tracksbergtravel.com
  5. Hey Guys If you looking for an awesome getaway with the family, and you are photographically inclined, then head on over to my website where you will see that I offer both private photographic safaris as well as safaris run in conjuction with Pangolin Photo Safaris who are based in Kasane on the Mighty Chobe River which is a prime wildlife photographic destination. Head on over to my website Or head on over to Pangolin Photo Safaris Website and lets see what we can organise for you Have a great day and enjoy your next trip into Africa.
  6. Hello, I m new in this forum. I my pleasure to meet all wildlife lover and photographer in this forum. I would also like to share my wildlife experience with you all. I hope you will enjoy my pictures which I had taken on my 31 days overland trip in inida. I started my travelling from jabalpur and then went to pench national park , kanha national park, bandhavgarh national park, panna national park, khajuraho, ranthamnore national park, Keoladeo bird sanctuary, corbett national park, rishikesh , rajaji national park and ended up in dehradun. It was really long journey and I had enjoyed lotss. In central India I could see Tigers and other wildlife like deer,jackal,wilddog,wildboar,birds. But in northern part of India like in Jim corbett national park and Rajaji national park we had trageted Asiatic elephant, because they found in that region only. It was a time when they had spreaded all over India but because of poaching and ivory problem they had migrated to northen part of india and some had gone till nepal aswell. Small poulation of Asiatic elephants live in souther part of india aswell Which also migrate according to the food supply and weather condition. Corbett and rajaji is very good for birding aswell. Below I have attached my pictures. Indian ghost tree from Pench national park Teak forest of pench national park. Barasingha or swamp deer from kanha national park sal forest of kanha national park Tamed Asiatic elephant from kanha. Collared scoops owl safari picture of panna national park.. everyone looking for tiger Muggar crocodile from panna national park - ken river ken river of panna national park T12 or T2 I m bit confused in name because guide said t12 but other said t2.. but it is confirmed that this tigress got shifted from bandhavgarh tiger reserve to panna 2 years back. Same tigress from panna, you can see radio collar on her neck. She is under obervation of forest dept. but still roams free inside the jungle. marking her territory by scratching and scat. It was evening time so she was getting ready for some hunt aswell. India roller from Panna not very clear picture but it is painted stork from keoladeo bird sanctuary Darter or snake bird. Can you imagine why we call him snake bird?? Jungle babbler or 7 sisiter. did you know that they mostly live in group of seven or more and chatter lots like 7 group of ladies:P very niosy bird, Thats why we call them 7 sister. Hanuman langur from corbett national park. I have seen one difference that they are more greyer than central indian langur.. Do you know whats the reason behind it?? game drive in Jim corbett national park It was our overland vehicle Camping at ghatghar. 40 kms towards north from corbett national park and 25 kms closer to nainital hills station. View from our camp site. Blue Whistling-Thrush Blue Whistling-Thrush Terrain of rajaji national park Changable hawk eagle - juvenile from rajaji Sambar deer from rajaji Asiatic elephant male - subadult from rajaji national park Asiatic elephant - Herd of female - rajaji Asiatic elephant - Herd of female - rajaji Guess the big mark.. ?? Changable hawk eagle - juvenile from rajaji Thrush from mussorie pictures taken at dhanaulti which is 20kms northwards from mussoorie pictures taken at dhanaulti which is 20kms northwards from mussoorie
  7. For anyone interested in Namibia, I've started a blog on our company website. http://frantic-naturalist.com/blog/ I'll be posting interesting tours we might run, lots about wildlife and nature in Namibia, and whatever else seems relevant. I'm fairly certain it is one of the most frequently updated blogs in Namibia on this range of topics. Perhaps the best way to get an overview of what I'm posting is to look at the categories page http://frantic-naturalist.com/blog/categories/ I've created RSS feeds if you want to subscribe, and it would be very easy to create a feed to just one specific category if you don't want to follow everything.
  8. Frantic Naturalist Tours and Safaris is a new small tour company in Namibia. I run Frantic Naturalist with a small team in Windhoek. We're new, but I've built the company on the back of years of experience in the industry. I want this to be a chatty intro to who we are and where we are hoping to take it. We offer tailor made safaris, self-drive tours, and we're developing a few of our own tours. We are offering some walking type trips. But our big focus is on providing opportunities to do special interest tours with specialists. As someone who has been fortunate to spend a great deal of time in the wilds of Africa, I always felt that my most enjoyable, engaging times were those where I was lucky enough to be out and about with a true specialist. My big goal with Frantic Naturalist is to build a company that facilitates that. Namibia has never been a 'big five' kind of place (though you can certainly do that kind of trip here too), but lends itself to special interests nicely. We have partnered with others to offer photographic safaris, and though those don't get booked by us directly, if you're ever interested in a trip like that, let me know. Photographing in Namibia is really fun. Additionally, we are working on a specialist geology tour in April with Nicole Grunert (author of "Namibia - fascination of Geology: a travel handbook"). We'll have the trip up on our website in January. If there is enough interest, we may run one in November again. I am considering offering some real simple birding tours. I have guided birding tours in the past, but I'm no specialist. But I have found that many guests love the gentle introduction. If there is some interest I may run a small birding tour in February to meet up with the big bird count at Walvis Bay. There may also be some reptile trips in 2014. I'm keen to get some input as to which trips people would like to do with specialists. I could organize some of the desert experts in Namibia to run a trip for us. I've worked with astronomers a lot, and have a nice idea for an astronomy focused trip. For more check out our website at http://frantic-naturalist.com

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