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The Mountain Gorillas of Rwanda.

The Virungas are the last outpost of the endangered mountain gorilla, and their lash slopes provide an appropriately dramatic natural setting for what is perhaps the most poignant and thrilling wildlife experience in Africa. Nothing can prepare rwanda gorilla trekking visitor…


Posted on May 25, 2012 at 11:30am

Tips for Finding Great African Safari Vacations and Deals

Planning a safari vacation to Africa?  Well, planning  any vacation to whichever destination, is likely to be stressful if not aggravating.  And if the vacation destination is Africa, it might even be more difficult for those who might not be familiar with the continent.  Thankfully,  there are a growing number…


Posted on April 9, 2012 at 9:54am — 1 Comment

The Masai Mara's Unparalleled Wildebeest Migration - Where to Stay on Safari

When thinking African wildlife safaris, many agree that one of the most exciting spectacles on earth is the great wildebeest migration that occurs between  Tanzania’s national park and Kenya’s  Masai Mara.  The wildebeest, zebra and antelope make the  constant migration from one end of the wilderness to the other. This movement is driven by their need for pasture and drinking water.  And as the over 1.9 million animals move…


Posted on April 5, 2012 at 11:24am

Free Hot Air Balloon Rides on Kenya Safaris – Karen Blixen Luxury Camp Masai Mara

Hot air baloon ride deals from a luxury safari camp in Masai Mara. The Karen Blixen Camp Masai Mara, is one of the small luxury safari camps in Kenya's masai Mara. The camp is situated in southern Kenya on the north-western border of the famed Masai Mara Reserve in the Koiyaki Lemek…


Posted on March 23, 2012 at 6:00am

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At 4:12am on April 7, 2011, Sara de Maine Kearns said…

I have just returned froman awesome Wilderness Safari adventure in Botswana , Zambia & CApe Town. Visiting  8 camps in the Delta region and one on the banks of the Mighty Zambeziii for a walk at the Victoria Falls.... saw the Big 5 plus 2 packs of the rare Wild dogs.

We were spoiled by Wilderness and I can honestly asy they are superb... then on to Cape Town for some truly magical hospitality. First at the aApe Grace on the Waterfront and then to Table Mountain and a night at MannaBay, A tour of the Cape Peninsular, and the Conatancia wineries. A first class trip that I can highly recommend. Please contact me for details of how I can make magic happen for you.

At 7:51am on April 3, 2011, Palawan Ecology Travel & Tours said…
We would like to invite to visitPuerto Princesa city, safest place in Philippines, a paradise for many other,the home of  the Magnificent Puerto Princesa Subterranean  River (www.puerto-underground and join voting in New7wonders ( for inquiry please email
At 9:33am on January 12, 2011, Sara de Maine Kearns said…

I am a world traveler, and have visited most countries in my long career.


Italy, Australia, South America, Japan, Turkey, India...........

At 9:32am on January 12, 2011, Sara de Maine Kearns said…

My specialty is Africa,  Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa

I love to go where others do not, privacy is of utmost importance. Travels with Sara

At 9:30am on January 12, 2011, Sara de Maine Kearns said…
Yes I am a Safari expert who actually accompanies the clients to give them that very personal touch. If you are interested ina  first time or better still  a repeat safari-ite I would love to help  Please contact Sara, and I will happily discuss my services. 
At 11:06am on December 31, 2010, Sara de Maine Kearns said…

I am a safari specialist based in the USA, I lead private, sophisticated safaris to Botswana,

Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia & Zimbabwe. I plan and organize the trip from start to finish you just enjoy! contact me at Travels with Sara, info

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