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Travelogue from South Africa: Thank you for a wonderful holiday!
Below, you can read a letter which Anne, our tour coordinator in Africa, received from Henning, who was in South Africa in November 2018. Dear Anne On behalf of my wife Susanne and I, as well as our four acquaintances who joined us on safari last week, I would like to thank you for the [...]
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Travelogue from Kenya: Chui means leopard
Our colleague Winnie tells us about her experiences in Kenya in October 2018. I just manage to hear the magic word over the radio before my guide and driver shouts “hold on tight”. Chui. We hurtle along Masai Mara’s potholed and bumpy roads. I hold on for dear life, and at a particularly big hole, [...]
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Travelogue from South Africa: Cape Town, Kruger National Park & Mauritius
In September 2018, our colleague Dennis travelled to South Africa and Mauritius. Read about his experiences here: A city break in Cape Town followed by a safari in Kruger National Park and a beach holiday in Mauritius is truly the perfect combination of sightseeing, wildlife and relaxation. My girlfriend Maria and I were lucky enough [...]
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Travelogue from Kilimanjaro: wow, how worthwhile that was
In June 2018, Jude climbed Kilimanjaro via the Lemosho route. Read about what she experienced on the tour below. The start A day before departure, in the Springlands hotel, we were approached by an Englishman who had just completed the climb and wished us every success, tongue-in-cheek. He said encouragingly that it had been a [...]
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Travelogue from Namibia: Magnificent nature experiences
In 2017, our colleague Linda was in Namibia. Read her accounts of the tour below. Namibia offers a varied selection of magnificent and adventurous outdoor experiences. The Namib Desert with its red, golden sand dunes up to 400 metres high at Sossusvlei is not only one of the oldest deserts in the world, but one [...]
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