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From Algeria to Zimbabwe, pyramids to safaris, Africa has so much to offer the adventurous traveller. Welcome to the world’s second-largest continent. I don’t claim to have visited all the countries in Africa, nor half of them, but I have travelled through West Africa, the Southern portion of the continent, and parts of North Africa. When you go int…
05.06.2016 · Posted by Michel
The 10 Best Camps in the Kruger Park The Kruger National Park is a special place. No matter how many times you escape civilisation to spend a few days in the bush, the park will always lure you back. Retreating to the bushveld is something that every Lowvelder and every visitor to this region of Mpumalanga need to do at least once. To make your stay eve…
19.10.2015 · Posted by KrugerSafaris
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06.06.2016 · From Michel
Hi Mike, nice to be here. I'm Liz - Marketing Manager for one of the best safari companies in Africa - Kurt Safaris We would like to give away an all expensive safari away with our company. How can we get involved with this amazing forum? 
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