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Letting go of what does not Spark Social Joy.

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Titles that should be on your 2019 Safari Booklist

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11 Ways to Ask THE Question on Safari

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Disrupting African Food Myths – a RS Podcast

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Deb Tittle in conversation with Rothschild Safaris
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Letting go of what does not Spark Social Joy.

Marie Kondo is saving the world… one joyful, perfectly folded article at a time. She has tackled our cupboards and sorted our paperwork and redefined our libraries. Apparently, all the physical aspects and spaces of...

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Titles that should be on your 2019 Safari Booklist

When we send an author on Safari she comprehensively edits our suggested book list for us. It’s simply the kind of company we are… we inspire our guests and they pay it forward. Let us...

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11 Ways to Ask THE Question on Safari

You have something to say… and we have 11 ideas for you to improve your chances of achieving the reply you want to hear. ONE The wild proposal Take a helicopter flight over the Okavango...

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Disrupting African Food Myths – a RS Podcast

Nompumelelo Mqwebu is becoming a legend in her own time. She is feisty, determined and opinionated. We loved hearing where her passion originated and where her empire is heading to next. Listen to the Podcast...

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Deb Tittle in conversation with Rothschild Safaris

Deb Tittle in conversation with Rothschild Safaris RS: How did a girl born in the North East of England end up in the South Luangwa? DT: It is a very long story that really needs...

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HIMBA WOMEN ARE NOT FOR TURNING

There is more to the OvaHimba than meets the eye. But you may be forgiven if what you see has you awestruck. Their statuesque beauty, ochre silhouettes, and intricate accessories have captured the imagination of...

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I lied to Leora Rothschild

Leora Rothschild is crazy busy. No really. I met her just over a year ago, right after she first asked me to start writing for Rothschild Safaris. She welcomed me into her beautiful home filled...

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The Long Botswana Migration

Botswana has two very distinct faces. And she wears them both with utter conviction. Parched During the dry season, you will have little doubt that you are in the midst of our planet’s largest semi-arid...

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4 Days in Byron Bay, Australia by Leora Rothschild

The best-laid plans of mice, men and travel agents… are really no match for a cyclone! Our family had planned an adventure for the start of 2019. Only, the Great Barrier Reef weather decided to...

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Gifts that encourage Adventure

OK. Just so we are all on the same page here: what follows are suggestions intended as gifts you buy for other people who love traveling. If you buy something from this list for yourself...

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Unexpected Moments to Plan on Safari

We think we are ready to move our relationship to the next level. So, we have decided to share some of our secrets with you… Our Travel Designers start plotting the Perfect Safari Surprises the...

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Namibia is having a moment

Pop quiz: Where would you go if you yearn for somewhere less populated than Namibia? Answer: Mongolia It’s true that Namibia boasts endless emptiness and extreme otherworldliness. There is something magical about riding along a...

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The International Safari Stopover

You can’t call us to book these hotels… but we know the International Safari Stopover happens — and while we talk about all the shiny new properties turning our heads this week we could not...

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New Kids on the Safari Circuit

New places always make us look at life differently. There is a delicious rush of discovery and adventure when a new camp opens on the Safari circuit. These are the new camps we are excited...

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Making Jetlag Work for You

Can Jet lag be prevented? As is true with many common problems, everyone has an opinion and a lot of advice. And, as is true with common remedies some of the medicine will work for...

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The Hotels where our Travel Designers *most* love Staying around the World

Feel-good properties from all around the globe. Find out why some of our Travel Designers want to stay here. Miavana, Madagascar Why we 💗 it so Miavana offers just the right frame for experiencing the...

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What Leora won’t Travel Without

Travel secrets can be very specific to every individual. One person’s travel pillow is another’s completely unnecessary extra. Our Travel Designers are always on the road. Traveling long distances, to countries where you can’t simply...

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11 TRAVEL CATASTROPHES THAT WILL NEVER HAPPEN IF YOU READ THIS

Let’s face it. Travel catastrophes are not up our alley. Instead, we have made a business out of avoiding them. And a great way of staying on top of traveling cleverly is by keeping our...

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Something Happened by Lynne Bolduc

Lynne Bolduc and her husband traveled to Africa with Rothschild Safaris following an incredible story of survival. She regularly sends us tales of her travels with us. Reading her true Safari stories is a great...

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Why Zambia…

If you are looking for personal service, having the bush to yourself and coming eye-to-eye with all the big and little game… we have the perfect location for you. Zambia is a big, remote, incredibly...

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Zambia for Travelers

Zambia has you intrigued and mentally counting the pages in your passport and your vacation days. We understand. And so we thought we would tell you everything you needed to know before you go: Airports:...

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The Rothschild Safaris Guide to our Top 6 Safari Properties in Zambia

It is difficult not to play favorites with Safari Properties in Zambia. But it is also impossible to pick only ONE favorite, favorite – so instead, we give you Six! Chinzombo Back in the 1970s,...

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Zambia is like nothing else on Earth

Director Ryan Coogler overheard a Zambian actor talking about his home country on the Black Panther set. He immediately knew he had to incorporate aspects of this land into the film. It was a decision...

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Spontaneous Travel Plans

If you aren’t the world’s best Type A, Plan-aholic, Micromanager you can stop reading now. If you are still reading you have to know that spontaneous travel is a trend for 2019 and this is...

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