7 Affordable Places to Go on an African Safari

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African safaris can be rather expensive. Isabel Eva Bohrer shares 7 places you can see wildlife – without breaking the bank.

Chasing Elephants and Decoding Dung: On Safari in Kruger National Park

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Visitors to South Africa’s Kruger National Park are not allowed to leave their vehicle… except on bush walks led by armed guides and animal trackers. Brian Spencer on what it’s like exploring Kruger by foot.

Mauritius: An Exquisite Land in Paradise

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Mauritius. This paradise in the Indian Ocean is just teasing visitors with their sandy beaches, turqois water, cities and towns waiting to be explored. Sylvia Seschel shows us the highlights.

I want to visit again!

8 Excellent Experiences in South Africa

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The Soccer World Cup might be the main reason for making a trip to the wonderfully diverse country of South Africa, but that’s not all the nation has to offer. From cultural villages and historical sites to fantastic game reserves and parks, South Africa is definitely worth exploring. Ian Dickinson has complied a list of the top eight things to do in this vibrant country.

The Baz Bus: How to Get Around South Africa

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Heading to the World Cup in South Africa and unsure of the best transport options? Discover the Baz Bus, a hop-on, hop-off mini van that drops you off on the doorstep of your desired hostel. Here’s what you need to know, plus recommended stops between World Cup host cities.

Eight Great South Africa Festivals to Attend Before, During, and After the World Cup

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South Africa may be hosting the biggest sporting event of the year, but the country is also putting on several arts, music, culture and food festivals in June and July. Ian Dickinson has complied a list of the nation’s top eight winter festivals happening before, during and after the Soccer World Cup 2010.

World Cup 2010 Roundup: Trivia, Teams, & Travel Tips

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The World Cup is the biggest sporting event on earth, so even if you won’t be in South Africa for the tournament this year you can enjoy some of these great articles from BootsnAll’s very own World Cup Blog. And if you are going to South Africa, there are travel tips here, too.

Cheap Safari Tips: DIY at South Africa’s Kruger National Park

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If you’ve assumed safaris are only for the rich, think again. Katie Hammel pulled it off herself on a low budget, so she shares her expert tips for how to do it yourself.