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Ramblers holiday in Eswatini (Swaziland) 15th May '17

The first trip for Ramblers Holiday to Eswatini was a great success, judging by the happy walkers that I left in Simunye. They had all said that they had fallen in love with the small yet not insignificant Kingdom of Eswatini after spending eight days of discovering what the country has to offer, mostly on…read more…

Where to stay in Kruger? 30th November '16

I have to admit I was hesitant in trying out some of the lodges in Kruger.  Previous experiences of Kruger have had me stuck in a convoy of vehicles, on a tarred road, all trying to see a lion sitting in the shade beside the roadside. More akin to Longleat Adventure Park!  I have heard…read more…

Walking safaris in Eswatini – take a walk on the wild side 13th September '16

Eswatini is ideal for walking safaris as there are many reserves where you can walk amongst wildlife, either on self guided trails or with a guide. The reserves have few visitors which gives you a sense of adventure and allows you to truly connect with nature. Quite often these reserves have wildlife wandering around the…read more…

Big 5, little 5, ugly 5, shy 5 and impossible 5 12th January '16

The Big 5 The Big 5 in Africa refers to five large mammals which are the lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and cape buffalo.  So why not a hippo, or a giraffe, they are quite big aren’t they? The hippo certainly is. The reason for the Big 5 name is that these five animals were the…read more…

Safari and beach holiday 19th November '15

Safari and beach holidays are becoming increasingly popular, which is not particularly surprising. Combining the exhilaration and thrills of safari (early morning starts to be sure you get the best sightings) with the relaxation and sheer luxury of a remote beach lodge result in an ideal holiday combination. With this in mind I would recommend…read more…

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