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How to Spot a Leopard in South Africa

How to Spot a Leopard in South Africa By Lyn Lavery Expert Safari Planner When you are ready to begin planning your trip to Africa, the first safari you will take is often of the online, bewildering type: researching camps and parks with not a lot to go on. If you haven’t explored it already, www.bushtracks.com offers one-stop-shop planning tools to help design your dream safari. We’ve applied over 20 years of fielding traveler questions into filters that anticipate many of the desires that spark a safari adventure. Sometimes the trip-of-a-lifetime starts with a childhood dream you could never get out of your head:  like seeing a leopard in its habitat. So, if you are interested in a Cape Town visit for your family, but can’t imagine going all the way to Africa without seeing a leopard – and you want to make sure that your 12 year old twins have access to a swimming pool – by using our filters, you’ll find 19 safari camps that fit the bill.
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Posted in: trips to cape town south africa, South Africa

Cape Town Family Safari Escape in South Africa - Bushmans Kloof Resort

Bushman's Kloof Reserve & Wellness Retreat You can’t beat Cape Town for a perfect mix of stunning landscapes, culture, history and a world-class food and wine scene – but, what’s in it for your kids, really? There’s more than enough in Cape Town to fill two or three action packed days for your family. But adding a few days of outdoor discoveries (for them) and an opportunity to relax (for you) is a great way to round out your Cape Town family vacation.  Start Your Adventure with 3 Days in Cape Town Two or three days in Cape Town will allow you to ride the cable car up to the top of Table Mountain, take a ferry to historic Robben Island,  check out the memorabilia of District 6 Museum, and enjoy the Victoria and Albert Waterfront’s Two Oceans Aquarium and Springbok Experience Rugby Museum, just to name a few.
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Posted in: trips to cape town south africa, trips to southern africa, South Africa, Victoria Falls South Africa

Where to Go on a Walking Safari in Africa

Where to Go on a Walking Safari in Africa Have you ever dreamed of waking up in your safari tent, and seeing the snows of Kilimanjaro from your bed? Amboseli National Park is where you can do just that. The camps we use are set on large private reserves that lie adjacent to the national park and allow you to do non-park activities such as walking safaris, night drives, and visits to Maasai communities and group ranches. You can also take game drives inside the park for views of some of the biggest bull elephants you have ever seen, all framed by Kilimanjaro in the background.
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Posted in: African Safaris in the Serengeti, walking safaris, trips to cape town south africa, Trips to Africa, African Wildlife Conservation

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