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Bucket list Hotels

Remember mix tapes? Those wondrous gifts of curation where every addition to the tape was carefully considered and added only if it carried maximum meaning. Think of this bucket list of properties as our mixtape...

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Family Friendly Adventures

They say there are only two ways to travel: First Class or With Children. We beg to differ (we can be difficult like that). Nothing but the best will do for our traveling families. At...

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Leora Takes a Family Safari

One very cool side-effect of being African? You get invited to African weddings! And this year we spent a week on the wild coast of Transkei attending one of the most epic family weddings ever....

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Adventure Travel Tips for Family

There aren’t many family-friendly destinations that also say ‘once in a lifetime’. But our standards are very high and you can be assured that our roundup of the countries that top our family trip wish list...

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What Kids Really think about Going on Safari

Out of the mouth of babes… The only way to be sure kids are loving our Safaris? Ask them! We are used to speaking to adults and designing their dreams… but often kids are part of...

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27 things to know before you visit Peru

When the road is long, even slippers feel tight. Peruvian proverb Most of us have heard of Ceviche. We have had a Pisco Sour… and we have seen a million images of Machu Picchu. But...

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All the Excuses you need to put Peru on your Bucket list

One day you will wake up and there wont be any more time to do the things you’ve always wanted. Do it now. Paulo Coelho   It is almost impossible to ignore the idea of...

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More to Peru than Machu Picchu

We know. You hear Peru and you think Machu Picchu. We understand. It is difficult to ignore one of the Seven Wonders of the World. But we are asking you to suspend your disbelief and...

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The Secrets of Peru ~ by Caren Banks

A Rothschild Safaris guide to traveling to Peru {Our lovely Caren Banks recently traveled to Peru on a fact-finding mission. She returned with all the important ‘have to know’ tips.) Lima Most international flights arrive...

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7 Crazy Facts about Travel Agents that 90% of Travelers Do Not Know

The first rule of travel: Put on your oxygen mask before assisting others. We have so many clients who call us when they have reached a state of full confusion about their travel ideas. Some...

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In the Land of the Elephants ~by Leora Rothschild

We all know someone who just has the gift of the gab and can sell ice to Inuits. This is not how we do it at Rothschild Safaris because the only reason I started selling...

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Big Five. Legends of our Time

In 1990 South Africa redesigned its Rand bank notes. Replacing royalty, explorers, and heads of state, the new money featured the heads of five distinctive animals known as ‘The Big Five’. The gold standard for...

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At the Edge of Serenity

There is a fine line between luxury and boredom. Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge walks it like a world-class slackliner. Imagine a place where you find yourself emerged in one of Africa’s last remaining pristine wildernesses....

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Victoria Falls

One of 7 wonders of the Natural World Victoria Falls is the biggest sheet of falling water on earth. It is 1.5 times wider and twice as high as Niagara Falls in the United States. And...

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10 Reasons to Choose a Bath on Safari

10 scientifically proven health benefits for choosing to take a bath:  Your heart will thank you for it.  Yes, we know it will beat a little faster at the mere sight of one of these...

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The 5 Thousand Star Bed

What could possibly be more exotic than falling asleep under a sky ablaze with falling stars? Nothing. Unless… Are we allowed to call it a tie with waking up to heartbreakingly clear blue skies in...

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The Hippo Avoidance Strategy by Lynne Bolduc

Staying along the Zambezi River in Zambia at Chongwe River Camp offered the unique opportunity of canoeing. I simply had to try it. Right before sunset, my husband, Greg and I were taken by motorboat...

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Ethiopia. An Eternal Epiphany ~by Victoria Jewel

When I stepped off the plane in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia I had no idea what to expect. While I’ve been to southern and western Africa before, there’s something special about experiencing a country so unfamiliar...

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A Giraffe with camera lens binoculars

Get Safari Photography Right First Time

Twenty years ago, {the good old days for some}, a world famous photographer gave me very good advice. “Buy excellent binoculars. Then, when you get back home order the coffee table book that covers your...

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Yawning lion

And then the Lion licked the shoe ~by Lynne Bolduc

My husband, Greg, and I arrived at Nsolo Bush Camp in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia on June 19, 2018, just in time for lunch. We were the only guests in the camp at the...

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Hot off the Presses: Rothschild Safaris is Coming Out

Happiness, Freedom, Peace, Joy, Balance, Fulfillment Confidence, Stability, Passion… The most important things in life are like a Rolls-Royce or a Bentley. Everyone wants them but not everyone knows how to go about acquiring them....

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Sea Turtles swimming

Put your Money where your Heart Lies

The heartbreakingly beautiful Hawksbill Turtle loves coral reefs and rocky areas, lagoons, mangroves (the Pacific coast of the America’s, primarily El Salvador and Nicaragua), oceanic islands (both coasts of Nicaragua, Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, Brazil, Australia,...

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Sunrise over the Zambezi

Living Your Best Safari Life. #nofilter ~by Lynne Bolduc

So, you haven’t been on Safari in Zambia yet. That’s ok…  because Lynne wrote this blog for you. She goes through an entire Safari day and tells you about what you may expect deep in one...

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Out of Africa

The Devil and Ms Dinesen

In Out of Africa, movie Karen, Baroness Blixen, is cast as a European settler who forces her culture and will on the native people. Instead, Denys Finch Hatton appropriates the real Karen, Baroness Blixen’s, compassion...

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