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What could be more exciting than game viewing from a low-level flight along the African bush? You won’t believe the breathtaking aerial views during air safaris! It will be like looking at a postcard, only it’s actually real! Flying safaris will take you to unique, wild areas that are impossible to reach by land. Apart from the amazing landscapes unfolding in front of you, flying will also save you a lot of time. With flying safaris, you will have the chance to visit more than one amazing place, without spending too much time cramped in a car.
Ah, South Africa. Home to the legendary Big Five, fascinating tribes, vast open plains and… me. So, if you’re planning a trip to the motherland and are fretting over all the negative stories on the news and tedious travel guides written by once-off visitors, then you’re finally in the right place. Pour yourself a cup of tea, grab a comfy chair and sit back, because I’m about to give you the inside scoop on Cape Town. The good, the bad, and the beautiful!
The Big Five, consisting of the African lion, African leopard, African elephant, Cape buffalo and the endangered rhino, are the celebrities of the African bush. Of the Big Five, the African Leopard is the most elusive and hardest to spot as it’s a master of camouflage and stealth.
Have you ever come back from a great holiday only to look back at your photographs to see that your nature images are lacking a certain ‘something’, and you’re unable to see all the detail in that amazing safari scene that you saw with your eyes. Well, worry no more because we’ve put together a guide to help you get the most out of your nature shots.
Thinking about traveling to Africa? Well, I am sure there are plenty of things you’re excited to see, from the jaw-dropping landscapes to the diverse cultures and, of course, the ever-popular Big Five. These are the pillars of African travel and with good reason! But, there is so much more out there just waiting to be discovered.