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Filmed on April 25, 2012. We saw lions, tigers, bears, leopards, ostrich, porcupine, zebra, gemsbok, giraffe, monkeys, antelope, lemurs, hyenas, camels, snakes and other animals. This is a nice place to spend the day with the family.
The Highlands camp is nestled in Tanzania's Ngorongoro jungle, comprising eight spacious domes. Designed to mimic traditional Masai forts, they boast wood-burning stoves for the cold winter evenings. Each dome costs a sizable £700 a night, with the chance to see wildlife including lions and leopards. The open-plan accommodation offers large bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms equipped with hot running water - not always a given in the heart of the jungle. According to the South Africa-based company that crafted them, the 'geodesic domes' are designed so that the structure can bear immense loads with no internal supports. While traditional homes rely on spreading the overall weight across several supports, these domes disperse weight across the entirety of the structure. They also boas...
The Coolest Campground in Africa I'm on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/brendanvanson Africa has a lot of cool camping opportunities. Whether out in the wild on safari, or along the Zambezi River, there are just never ending places to set up a tent with epic views. But, my favourite camp in Africa, and definitely the coolest camp in Africa is Ngepi Camp in Namibia. This campsite is right along a river and hippos and crocodiles will sometimes come right up to the tents at night. It can be crazy. But, also what makes this the coolest camp in Africa, believe it or not, are the toilets. They are king's thrones, and old English bathtubs that look out over the river as you do your business. It's pretty amazing
The main camp is very popular and therefore always a bit busy. From the picnic site and the rondawels you can watch the animals coming from the hills to the waterhole. Magnificent !
Effortlessly fun family camping We discovered a happy medium between rugged camping and "glamping" at Black Eagle Tented Camp in Kleinrivier Wilderness, just North of Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. There is no onerous campsite rigging and derigging – the four safari tents are permanent, perched on wooden platforms overlooking a stream, with real beds, sprung mattresses and carpeted floors. There is no electricity, no staff to cook and clean up, and no neighbours – making it the perfect “real” camping trip for those who don’t own a bevy of fancy camping equipment or have the energy to put up tents. Check out the full blog post at http://wp.me/p5T1WG-8n Read our full family travel blog at http://www.chasingtherainbow.net
English/Nat "Is this the great achievement of Nelson Mandela's new South Africa? Now whites can live in townships too." - the headline in one of South Africa's national magazines this week. Lindelani squatter camp in the Eastern KwaZulu-Natal province has been racked by political violence in the past between supporters of the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) and the African National Congress (ANC). But it is in this very unlikely place that a white Afrikaans woman and her family have decided to make their home. The green hills and valleys of Kwa-Zulu/Natal have often been the battlegrounds between supporters of Nelson Mandela's ANC and Chief Buthelezi's IFP. Lindelani squatter camp was born out of the ongoing political violence in the surrounding townships. Nina Both...