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Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On November 26, 2014
Iconic Table Mountain looms large over the city of Cape Town and is the classic welcome committee for visitors to Cape Town, South Africa. Cape Town is one of the top tourist destinations in South Africa and Table Mountain one of the star attractions.  In spite of the accolades, Table Mountain can be accessed easily […]
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Mauritius

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On November 25, 2014
When mentioning an African holiday, most people will probably think of a safari tour, a visit to an ancient Egyptian monument or perhaps a trip to Cape Town or Marrakesh. However, Africa also has some amazing islands lying off its coasts. If you are searching for that honeymoon destination with palm trees and sandy beaches, […]
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Zimbabwe

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On November 25, 2014
Africa is a massive continent and choosing a destination or a single country can be completely overwhelming.  In fact many US citizens still think of the whole of Africa as one country.  Richard has always delighted in seeking and sourcing unique experiences in Africa. Zimbabwe offers the best of Africa in one country- unparalleled for adventure, […]
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South Africa’s West Coast Spring Flowers

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On November 25, 2014
The African continent is massive (the USA, China, India, Europe and Japan – all fit into the continent of Africa!) and there are 54 nations.   South Africa is one of Richard’s favorite countries in Africa and is approximately twice the size of Texas. In fact South Africa’s marketing slogan was “A World in One Country” […]
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Uganda

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On October 31, 2014
Africa is a massive continent and choosing a destination or a single country can be completely overwhelming.  In fact many US citizens still think of the whole of Africa as one country.  Richard has always delighted in seeking and sourcing unique experiences in Africa. Uganda is one of those countries that is rich in natural […]
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Marine 5 – Dolphin

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On August 1, 2014
When visiting Africa, the Big Five are on top of everyone’s bucket list. Seeing the Big 5 on safari is often the Number One reason to visit the African Continent- safari. Richard has always maintained that Africa has more surprises and more wildlife than most people can possibly
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Marine 5 – African Penguin

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On August 1, 2014
When visiting Africa, the Big Five are on top of everyone’s bucket list. Seeing the Big 5 on safari is often the Number One reason to visit the African Continent- safari.   Richard has always maintained that Africa has more surprises and more wildlife than most people can possibly imagine. Seeking the lesser known but no […]
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Marine 5 – Cape Fur Seal

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On August 1, 2014
When visiting Africa, the Big Five are on top of everyone’s bucket list. Seeing the Big 5 on safari is often the Number One reason to visit the African Continent- safari.   Richard has always maintained that Africa has more surprises and more wildlife than most people can possibly imagine. Seeking the lesser known but no […]
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Marine 5 – Southern Right Whale

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On July 25, 2014
When visiting Africa, the Big Five are on top of everyone’s bucket list. Seeing the Big 5 on safari is often the Number One reason to visit the African Continent- safari. Richard has always maintained that Africa has more surprises and more wildlife than most people can possibly imagine. Seeking the lesser known but no […]
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The Big 5: Rhino

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On June 19, 2014
When you start researching your African Safari, the term “Big 5″ often comes up. The term Big 5 was coined by big-game hunters and quickly became known as the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot, and the name stuck – although now ‘shooting’ is done through a camera lens. So the Big 5 are […]
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The Big 5: Leopard

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On June 19, 2014
When you start researching your African Safari, the term “Big 5″ often comes up. The term Big 5 was coined by big-game hunters and quickly became known as the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot, and the name stuck – although now ‘shooting’ is done through a camera lens. So the Big 5 are […]
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The Big 5: Cape Buffalo

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On June 19, 2014
When you start researching your African Safari, the term “Big 5″ often comes up. The term Big 5 was coined by big-game hunters and quickly became known as the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot, and the name stuck – although now ‘shooting’ is done through a camera lens. So the Big 5 are […]
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The Big 5: African Elephant

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On June 19, 2014
When you start researching your African Safari, the term “Big 5” often comes up. The term Big 5 was coined by big-game hunters and quickly became known as the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot, and the name stuck – although now ‘shooting’ is done through a camera lens. So the Big 5 are […]
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How to choose an African Safari?

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On June 12, 2014
How to choose an African Safari? For most people, the main draw card in Africa is it’s wildlife and a once in a lifetime safari experience. However this can be completely overwhelming as the continent is vast, diverse, complicated and it has over 800 different species of mammals roaming the continent. The experience however will […]
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08-29-2012 Tofo, Mozambique

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On August 29, 2012
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 Sitting here on the coast of Mozambique close to midnight. Screen door is all that separates me from about 75 yards of beach and the Indian Ocean. The breeze is cool at night, just cool enough to keep the windows and doors open for a good night’s sleep but not so […]
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07-11-2010 Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge, Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On July 11, 2010
Sunday, July 11, 2010 Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge, Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda I made it back to Nairobi on Friday via a private plane flight back into the Mara with Rex, the pilot from New Zealand and Dave, another white Kenyan about 65 years old who serves as a photographer and fill in camp manager for […]
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CC Africa, Madikwe Game Reserve, Madikwe Safari Lodge

  • Posted by rhbpace
  • On August 5, 2008
Tuesday, August 5, 2008 CC Africa, Madikwe Game Reserve, Madikwe Safari Lodge Morning comes early on the safari game drive as we arise at 6AM. Coffee/tea are delivered to the room and the guests meet at 6:30 to head out. Brian honed us in on a male lion quickly. He had an idea where the […]
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