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People living anywhere in the world are now able to explore the East African savannah without leaving home. Kenya's Samburu National Reserve has just opened to online visitors using Street View in Google Maps. Through Google's partnership with Save the Elephants anyone can now take a safari through the reserve, meet the wildlife and learn about elephants.

Africa: Celebrate Nelson Mandela With Zicasso's Honorary South African Tour

By Stephanie D'Adamo

Re-live the history of one of the world's most inspirational leaders: Inspired by the upcoming release of the film, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Zicasso introduces a 5-star journey through South Africa that follows in the footsteps of one of Africa's finest sons: Nelson Mandela. The year 2014 will mark the 50th anniversary of Mandela's sentence to life imprisonment and the 20th anniversary of Mandela becoming the first black South African president. This handcrafted 8-day tour of South Africa will visit sites integral to South Africa's remarkable history in Cape Town and Johannesburg, learning from first-hand accounts of the events that shaped the birth of a new nation. Travelers will also enjoy excellent game viewing at a safari camp where Mandela hosted world leaders and dignitaries.

Africa: Mara Naboisho Becomes First Wildlife Conservancy "Early Adopter" of Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria for Destinations

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Kenyan destination recognized for good practices and desire for improvement


By Gaye Jacobs

Namibia is truly awe-inspiring and full of extraordinary experiences any time of year. Between January and March it's considered the "Green Season" with temperate climate, short periods of light rain showers and spectacular wildlife adventures. It's an excellent time to visit this land of soaring dunes, spectacular contrasting landscapes and pure, untouched natural beauty.

Africa: Birding in Kenya

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From the world's biggest bird, the Ostrich, to spectacular flamingos that congregate in their millions at the various Lakes of the Great Rift Valley and camouflage them in pink, Kenya holds some remarkable birding sights that you have to see them to believe. With eleven percent of the world's species – some 1089 different varieties, Kenya's birding is one of the best in the world.

Africa: One of a kind experience

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Located in the heart of the Laikipia region, Borana Ranch & Safari Lodge provides a truly one-of-a-kind chance to experience the real Africa.

Africa: New in Kenya

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Trackings from the Kenya Tourist Board

Africa: Where luxury meets wilderness

By Arnelle Kendall
South Africa's Bushmans Kloof Reserve and Wellness Retreat offers a unique travel experience

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