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Safari guests on a walking safari.
 
Now retired, Kathy Moyse and her husband were still working as a teacher and barrister in London when they had their first Africa Exclusive adventure with their young daughter. Since a seasoned safari-goer, Kathy takes us into the wilds of Africa as she looks back on African adventures with her family.
 
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Safari guests from Chem Chem on a game drive stop near elephants.
 
If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s to stop, slow down and see the beauty in nature.

Slowing down and staying longer is the new way of travelling and there are huge benefits to this approach. People, wildlife and the environment directly benefit from you staying a little longer; but in equal measures, so do you. Whether it’s going on that extra walking safari and learning about the delicate biodiversity of the region, spending the time to connect with local communities or just recharging as you sink into the armchair on your deck with the wildlife as your backdrop; there are many positive takeaways to slowing down your safari.
 
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Top places to visit in Africa this year
 
There’s plenty to look forward to in 2022; the world is at your fingertips once more and we can’t wait to show you what you’ve been missing. Whilst many of our beloved wild places have been in hibernation, there’s been exciting things happening under the surface.

Innovative new properties have been built, conservation projects have seen success and Africa’s vast and crowd-free wilderness has more appeal than ever.
 
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Update from our positive impact co-ordinator
 
Supporting wildlife, the environment and people has always been an integral part of our work and since taking on my new role last year I’ve been keen to take that a step further into all aspects of our business. As I look back, it’s clear that we’ve made great strides, but there is still much to do. Read our plans for 2022.
 
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What are the Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018?
 
When you book a package holiday with Africa Exclusive you are protected under the Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018, affording you some of the highest levels of consumer protection in the world.

To ensure that when you book your holiday with us you are well informed, we highlight some of the most important clauses in the regulations below:
 
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The role of travel insurance
 
With so many travel insurance policies on the market, we understand that it can be difficult to find the policy that offers the right level of protection for your trip.

While we do not go so far as to recommend particular insurance products to our clients, we are able to offer some advice on key elements of the policy that are relevant for the type of trips we arrange.
 
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Paul on Location: The Ultimate Luxury Kenya Safari
 
Paul, our Head of Safari Design, has recently returned from a luxury Kenya safari holiday; his first trip post-pandemic. He touched down in Nairobi and explored what’s new in the city, ventured into the wilds of much-missed Masai Mara and Borana Conservancy, before setting foot on the shimmering Indian Ocean coastline for the promise of barefoot luxury at its best.

Paul travelled in style and stayed in the very best lodges along the way, including Angama Mara, Lengishu and Alfafiji Villas.
 
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What does offsetting carbon emissions really mean?
 
There is no getting away from the fact that as a travel business we are playing our part in increasing the world’s carbon footprint.

Every one of our clients may go on a plane, a helicopter, a boat, or a safari jeep at some point during their trip - it is the nature of travel. But it is through this travel that we encounter the incredible places, wildlife and people currently most affected by climate change.

Our aim is to inspire you, through your travel, to protect and support these destinations; investing in effective conservation and community initiatives.

We’re doing our bit too, making your travel carbon negative by covering the cost of offsetting your carbon emissions.
 
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Top 10 African Wildlife Experiences
 
We have spent the last 18 months fuelling our wanderlust by reminiscing about some of our favourite travel experiences. So, with the UK Government’s announcement yesterday, what better way to celebrate than to share these unique moments with you.

As the world reopens, we celebrate by sharing our top 10 wildlife encounters with you. If you want to learn more, get in touch, our team are waiting to craft your next adventure.
 
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Walking safari guests crouching near buffalo herd at Ol Pejeta in Kenya
 
If you’ve never experienced a “real” safari you may think that it’s all about watching animals through the window of a minibus. If so, we invite you to think again! On an Africa Exclusive safari you will be set free to enjoy the wild places and wildlife in all kinds of exciting ways. Always in the company of outstandingly good guides.
 
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Safari guests mountain biking from Little Kulala in Namibia.
 
Africa is the great outdoors, a vast, varied and magnificent continent with endless plains and mountains which touch the sky, desert dunes and rolling hills, rivers as wide as seas, and countless intriguing islands, each one different from the next. A jeep safari is comfortable and convenient, but to explore less accessible parts and to truly appreciate the natural wonders and wildlife in all their glory, you need an active adventure. Prepare to explore and discover with all your senses: an Africa Exclusive safari is experiential travel at its finest.
 
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