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Jessica’s India Safari – Palaces, Forts and Museums

Yesterday Jessica took us through her explorations of the bazaars on her India safari. Today she’s recounting her tours of the palaces, forts and museums. I was in awe of all the marble, elaborate inlays,...

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Jessica’s India Safari – The Bazaars

Jessica Faith, who works with Rothschild Safaris’ clients on their “Beyond Africa” trips, is just back from her whirlwind India safari and is out of her jetlag fog enough to report on her adventures! Today,...

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Tiger Sightings on Jessica’s India Safari!

Rothschild Safaris’ Jessica Faith has now made her way from Jaipur to Ranthambore National Park as part of her India safari and in her update to us today she says: Mission accomplished! I’ve seen tigers!...

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Jessica is Getting the Royal Treatment on her India Safari!

Our very own Jessica is currently on an India safari and just sent us an update this morning on her stay in Jaipur: Meals have definitely been a highlight, I have been wined and dined...

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Wild Dog Spotted in the Maasai Mara

We are very excited to announce that, for the first time in many years, Wild Dog have been spotted in the Olare Orok and Mara North Conservancies!

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All You Need To Know About South Africa Safaris

South Africa has so many natural parks and reserves which gives travelers a variety of locations to choose from including parks that are malaria free and ideal for family safaris.

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Zambia Safari: Kawaza Village

Kawaza Village is a great place to visit while staying at the camps in the South Luangwa.

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Everything you need to know about Botswana

Leora gives advice on Botswana’s floods, camp styles, how to choose the best wildlife areas, what you should consider before booking your trip and what Rothschild Safaris does best

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Honeymoon Safari in Africa

Honeymoons, anniversaries and romantic connections are all about intimate lodges in breathtaking locations and discreet but special treatment wherever you go. We have secret places and unique ideas to make your most romantic dreams come...

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All you need to know about booking an African Safari

A day on safari is “wildly” different from your ordinary, day-to-day life. Click on the link below for an insider’s look at what you can expect while in the bush, from transfers between camps and...

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5 Reasons Why You Should Visit India

5 reason Rothschild Safaris wants to send YOU to India!

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Return to the Wild

Sleep out under the stars in the spectacular and extremely remote Luwi dry river bed with just a bedroll and a mossie net, not even a tent! Experience the thrill of the first safari pioneers,...

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Family Safaris – The Educational Experience of a Lifetime

As the school year comes to an end, many families turn their thoughts and attention away from after school activities and making sure that homework gets done, to where they will travel on their summer...

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Ethiopia cultural travel

Kimi Travel to Ethiopia: Day 4

This morning I was met by my guide and transferred to the airport for my flight to Axum, departing at 7:00am. Known for its obelisks, temples and churches, what Axum is most famous for is...

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News from Daphne Sheldrick: Yatta’s first baby born into the wild

On Friday morning, 20 January, now wild orphan Yatta came to the Ithumba Stockades, a tiny newborn baby sticking close to mum’s side! That’s right, Yatta has had her first baby, born into the wild.

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Kimi Travels to Ethiopia: Day 3

This morning I was met at 8:30am by my driver and was transferred by road to Gondar. Gondar is known as “The Yellow City” because as the Italians first arrived, in the pilaso (town center)...

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Kimi Travels to Ethiopia: Day 2

This morning, I was up just in time to see the sun rise as i transferred back to the airport for my flight to Bahir Dar. The city is located on the shores of Lake...

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Kimi Travels to Ethiopia: Day 1

Today is absolutely an adventure in and of itself! I can hardly contain myself as I board my flight back to Kilimanjaro. On today agenda… ETHIOPIA! As I board the plane for my 4 hour...

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Table Mountain: New 7th Wonder of Nature

Celebrations erupted at the V&A Waterfront on Friday, November 11 as Table Mountain was named a New 7 Wonder of Nature following a three year battle in the race to choose the world’s seven most...

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Rescue of a Yearling Elephant Calf

he rescue of this yearling calf from the Ijara District of the Tana River proved to be one of the most challenging the Daphne Sheldrick team has ever undertaken. The calf, a female, which had...

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Dramatic elephant rescue in the South Luangwa National Park

Most conservationists believe that man should not meddle with the natural order and that we should allow nature to run her course however cruel or grim it seems to be. We agree on the whole,...

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