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Fun-Filled and Family-Friendly South Africa

This itinerary is designed specially for families travelling with young children. It includes three destinations in different areas of South Africa that are malaria-free, so safe for all ages, and includes staying at accommodations that cater for families. Kids will have fun activities to keep them interested and engaged with the natural world around them, and there are opportunities for parents to make use of child minders should they need some parental support during their stay.

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    10 Days in Namibia with Repeat Guests, Gary & Gary

    Gary Franklin is a third time repeat client of Brett Horley Safaris, and Gary Lisney is a second time repeat client, so it’s fair to say we thoroughly enjoy working with these two to create the safaris they love enough to keep coming back for! The Garys and their wives, Tania Franklin and Susan Lisney, recently went on a 10-day Namibian adventure to celebrate their wedding anniversaries and we believe they had the most spectacular time. Here, we are sharing their safari itinerary and the images and videos they took while enjoying the trip! You can read their feedback here.

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    Molori Safari Lodge

    The word molori means “to dream” in Setswana and truly captures the essence of the Molori safari experience.  In 2007 the owners decided to open the property to the public, at which point the retreat received a complete makeover transforming it into the intimate, local-chic lodge it is today. The 5-bedroom lodge offers breathtaking views of an expansive valley and the Dwarsberg Mountains, as well as of an abundance of game.

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      Tuningi Safari Lodge

      The 5 star Tuningi Safari Lodge is set in a valley on the Western side of the Madikwe Game Reserve. The theme of the interiors is “Colonial African Chic” and the main lodge offers beautiful indoor and outdoor lounges, an elegant dining room and a magnificent rim flow pool that overlooks a waterhole. This is all inerlinked by a sweeping wooden deck that leads to a boma under an ancient fig tree.

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        Leopard with an Aardvark Kill at Walker’s River Camp

        With the words “leopard” and “aardvark” in the same sentence, you know it’s got to be good. In this case, it might have been guests first time seeing an aardvark, or perhaps their first time seeing a leopard, but no one could have betted on finding a leopard feeding on an aardvark kill in a tree! Bittersweet feelings dominated this scene, as we watched nature at work in the most amazing way. This has quickly risen to the top of the safari list at Walker’s River Camp in the Timbavati.

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        Nature Conservation Safari Experiences

        Brett Horley Safaris is synonymous with ecotourism and conservation, and offers guided, interactive group safari experiences that fully involve participants in nature. This is where we learn to identify animal tracks and scat; how to recognise bird calls; how to find your way in the bush; find constellations in the night sky; and make fires without matches! Through these excursions into the wild, you will learn that termites run the world, and that sleeping out under the stars can be the best sleep or the worst sleep you’ll ever have. It is definitely an awakening experience for the adventurous nature-lovers out there.

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        Ecotourism & Community Support Through Nourish

        A primary component of ecotourism is the involvement and upliftment of the local communities. Ensuring that the indigenous people in the area benefit from tourism in the country’s national parks and reserves is one of the most important factors in creating and sustaining a successful tourism industry. Moulding a mutually beneficial environment will aid in education, conservation, satisfaction and success of tourism as an industry, and the country as a whole.

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