Imagine going on an expensive safari only to find you've landed in the rainy season. Not a good result, you might think. But in southern Africa it could be a smart idea.
Safari, for me, was by equal measures amazing and surreal. But there was nothing out of the ordinary safari story - until our last night. We went on a night drive in the hopes of seeing some of the night cats out hunting, but to no avail.
South Africa is now focusing on responsible and sustainable tourism, particularly for its safaris. It's the first destination in the world to offer "Fair Trade for Tourism".
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A snake-handler who was bitten by a king cobra at a West Midlands zoo is said to be in 'a comfortable and stable condition
A snake-handler at a zoo has been airlifted to hospital after being bitten by a king cobra. The member of staff at West Midland
Going away with your family needn't mean gluing yourselves to a beach for a week or returning to that same tried and tested villa for another year.
Meet Shimon Levi and his feline friends, Sky, Kyla, Lowu and Angie. As you can see from the video above, they like chilling
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