OverlandingAfrica

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    Driving back from Kruger we would like to stay one night some where on the panorama route. Any suggestions? Thanks

    Hi Neena De I'd recommend Perrys Bridge Hollow in Hazyview: http://www.perrysbridgehollow.co.za/ However if that doesn't tickle your fancy there is always Hannah Game Lodge in Ohrigstad or The Graskop Hotel in Graskop. Hannah Game Lodge: http://www.hannahlodge.co.za/The Graskop Hotel:http://www.graskophotel.co.za/ Let us know what you end up going with :-) over 7 years ago

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    Where can I see some Mpingo trees in Tanzania?

    Hi Steven There are Mpingo Trees in Moshi which is the base town for Mount Kilimanjaro - south of Arusha in Tanzania. There is actually a Mpingo tree conservation project looking out for the conservation of the species. Check out their website:http://www.mpingoconservation.org/tm98.html over 7 years ago

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    Durban (S.Africa) to Mbabane(Swaziland) by land?

    Hi Alberto Using a smaller bus company will probably get you there. For example siyeSwatini TransMagnific. I found their contact details here: http://www.africastay.com/siyeswatini-transmagnific.html Perhaps your best bet is to enquire on their website or give them a call regarding rates. BazBus also does a route from Durban to Mbabane, however this is the more touristy option and will probably cost, not working out to be the cheapest option. Hope it helps! over 7 years ago

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    Would love any feedback and/or comparisons between dragoman, kumuka and acacia Africa, good or bad. Traveling to Africa as a solo female.

    Hi Carolyne! All three, Dragoman, Kumuka and Acacia Africa are great companies. The only real difference is what is included and what is excluded in various trips - that is why the pricing is different. Often all companies drive the exact same routes and visit the same attractions. Dragoman has been around the longest and has just recently revamped all their trucks, their prices are very cheap and their trips are well run. Kumuka is awesome - it's slightly more expensive because there is no local payment (money paid for food supplies etc, given to overland crew when you depart), and they include a lot of additional activities. Kumuka also has the advantage of being a big company, offering trips all over the world - they definitely are a trusted brand. Acacia Africa caters to younger travellers, probably between the ages of 18 - 35, so the trips are full of energy and fun! over 7 years ago

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    What are the best ways to get from Livingstone ZM to Arusha TZ?

    The best way to get from Livingstone to Arusha is to fly. about 8 years ago

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    Where is burkina fasso

    Burkina Faso is a landlocked country in West Africa. It is surrounded by six countries: Mali to the north, Niger to the east, Benin to the southeast, Togo and Ghana to the south, and Côte d'Ivoire to the southwest. about 8 years ago

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    YF Innoculations for Zambia

    On 20 July The Tourism Safety Initiative said: "The South African Department of Health would like to make it very clear that proof of yellow fever vaccination is NOT a requirement for travel at RSA ports of entry or exit for passengers from Zambia." about 8 years ago

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    Can anybody tell me whether it is worth going to the Ngala Safari Lodge in South Africa?

    According to various reviews, the staff are extremely attentive, the game viewing is amazing (with sightings of the Big 5 in large quantities) and the food is excellent. Everyone seems to be raving about the destination. I would definitely give it an approving thumbs up! about 8 years ago