Living With The Himba

Living With The Himba

In May 2012, we arranged for Uyaphi.Com client Ken Vine from Devon in England to stay with the traditional Himba people in two remote villages in the middle of Kaokoland, Namibia. He lived, slept, ate, conversed and photographed these Himba villagers. He produced a...

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Best tourist attractions Zambia

Best tourist attractions Zambia

People tend to forget about Zambia when organising their safari. They think in terms of their more famous regional neighbours: Botswana, South Africa and Kenya with their iconic destinations of the Okavango Delta, the Kruger and the Masai Mara. Even the Victoria Falls...

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Cottars 1920s Camp Review

Cottars 1920s Camp Review

Sometimes you just have to succumb to the pleasure of being lost. Not so lost that you are in danger of losing your life or of starving but lost enough to lose track of time and retrace your steps in an environment far from your own. We were told afterwards that 95%...

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Surfing in Cape Town with Peter Wright

Surfing in Cape Town with Peter Wright

In this video interview, I speak with Peter Wright, owner of the Corner Surf Shop in Muizenberg, the oldest in Cape Town and possibly the whole of Africa. As a pioneer of the modern surfing industry, Peter reminisces and discusses the changes in his lifetime. Surfing...

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Celebrating David Livingstone In Tanzania

Celebrating David Livingstone In Tanzania

Some of the most iconic moments in the legend and real history of David Livingstone’s explorations emanate from Tanzania. The reporter and explorer HM Stanley famously met Livingstone at Ujiji on Lake Tanganyika with the reputed words of “Dr Livingstone I presume.”...

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Celebrating David Livingstone In Malawi

Celebrating David Livingstone In Malawi

There are not many countries which have been more affected by David Livingstone than Malawi. This peaceful land is one of the most devout Christian countries in the whole of Africa where nearly every Malawian goes to bed with a bible by his side. This being Africa,...

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Celebrating David Livingstone In Zambia

Celebrating David Livingstone In Zambia

David Livingstone was born in Blantyre, Scotland 200 years ago. He remains the most celebrated of all Victorian explorers, equally known for his humanity and humanitarian work as for his feats of exceptional exploration. All the countries that he explored and...

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Lodges In The Masai Mara

Lodges In The Masai Mara

The vast Masai Mara National Reserve spans approximately 1,510 square kilometres. Named for the Maasai tribe, the south-western Kenya location has the world famous Serengeti Park forming the southern border. The terrain consists of clumps of trees, shrubbery and open...

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Amboseli Lodges

Amboseli Lodges

The Amboseli National Park encompasses over 39,000 hectares of the Kenyan plains and spans to the Tanzanian border. One of the highlights of the area includes the view of the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, which stands in the southeast. The geographical features of the...

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Victoria Falls Relaxed Activities

Victoria Falls Relaxed Activities

The Victoria  Falls area has gained a reputation over the past two decades as one of the adventure centres of the world.  From bungee jumping to white water rafting, there will be some activity for the adrenalin junkie.  However, this is not what the Vic Falls was...

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