National Parks

South Luangwa National Park : A Photo Essay

By on December 28, 2017 in Africa, National Parks, ZAMBIA with 0 Comments
South Luangwa National Park : A Photo Essay

Crazy as it sounds, but after 2 months safari-ing in Africa, South Luangwa National Park in Zambia is still my favourite place! That’s beating Tanzania’s Serengeti and South Africa’s Kruger even! Related Posts 10 Things You Need to Know Before Overlanding Africa Africa Travel Insurance : Why I Chose World Nomads The Ultimate Safari Gear […]

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Chobe National Park, Botswana : A Photo Essay

By on December 7, 2017 in Africa, BOTSWANA, National Parks with 0 Comments
Chobe National Park, Botswana : A Photo Essay

Up in the north of Botswana lies one of Southern Africa’s most incredible national parks. Chobe River is the sort of magical wilderness that leaves you spellbound and speechless. For me, being my first safari experience in this part of the world for sometime, I was bowled over once again! Related Posts 10 Things You […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Karijini National Park

The Ultimate Guide to Karijini National Park

Well, where to start?! If we’re talking about the best national parks in Australia, then Karijini has to be the creme de la creme, the cream of the crop, the big daddy! When we visited there as part of our 4wd budget road trip around Australia, we were with a North American backpacker who described […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Kalbarri National Park

The Ultimate Guide to Kalbarri National Park

Set between the lovely cities of Carnarvon and Geraldton in Western Australia, the coastal town of Kalbarri is, without a doubt, best known for the stunning national park set right on its doorstep. Split into 2 main sections – 1 coastal and 1 inland – this is a diverse national park that really showcases the […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Litchfield National Park

The Ultimate Guide to Litchfield National Park

One of the jewels in Australia’s famous Top End, Litchfield National Park is an absolute must if you are spending any amount of time in the Northern Territory. Highly accessible and only a short drive from the capital Darwin, Litchfield National Park really is up there with Uluru, Kakadu and Nitmiluk, when it comes to […]

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Top 5 Places for an African Wildlife Safari on a Budget

Top 5 Places for an African Wildlife Safari on a Budget

It has to be one of the world’s greatest adventures. A once-in-a-lifetime trip. Epic, remote, totally unique and absolutely awe-inspiring, an African wildlife safari is bound to be the sort of travel journey you’re unlikely to forget. After all, it’s not every day you get to see some of the earth’s largest and most spectacular […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Purnululu National Park

The Ultimate Guide to Purnululu National Park

Containing one of the world’s most unique geological structures, the Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park is something of a hidden gem only those venturing up into Australia’s remote Kimberley region really hear about! The range’s signature banded rocks, which look like giant sandstone beehives, have been carved out over 20 million years by erosion […]

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The 22 Australian National Parks You Simply Must See

The 22 Australian National Parks You Simply Must See

If there’s one thing you can’t miss during your time in Australia, it’s the chance to experience some of the country’s incredible wilderness. From mountains to deserts, tropical islands to rainforests, the land Down Under has it all.  And wonderfully, much of it is super accessible care of Australia’s fabulous national parks network. We visited […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk National Park)

The Ultimate Guide to Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk National Park)

Located way up in Australia’s remote and wild Northern Territory, Katherine Gorge National Park encapsulates and protects 292,800 hectares of this country’s truly incredible landscape. The park is also known by its indigenous Jawoyn name – Nitmiluk –  which means Cicada Place. The National Park is actually comprised of 13 separate gorges and superb hiking, […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Boodjamulla National Park

The Ultimate Guide to Boodjamulla National Park

Located far away in a remote northern quarter of Queensland, Australia, Boodjamulla National Park is a hidden gem not many get the chance to visit. First up, it’s pretty much miles from anywhere and secondly you have to travel on a dirt road, albeit a good dirt road, to get there! This makes Boodjamulla National […]

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