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  1. Re: Too many tourists threatening Serengeti ecosystem?

    Thank you for your "insider" perspective 2.8i rocks.

    My perspective is perhaps different, as is the case of most of those that have contributed to this thread so far, although I cannot purport to...
  2. Re: Too many tourists threatening Serengeti ecosystem?

    No doubt that the control of vehicles at the Mara River migration crossing points on the Mara Triangle side is far better than in the Maasai Mara itself and in Serengeti in Tanzania.

    Overcrowding...
  3. Too many tourists threatening Serengeti ecosystem?

    My interest was piqued by this article in this South African on-line news site - https://www.traveller24.com/Explore/Bush/the-serengeti-is-straining-under-overtourism-20191108-2

    Particularly...
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    Re: Australian killed by Elephant Kunene

    Unfortunately Vector has misinterpreted Jan's jocular approach to the close elephant encounters. I know Jan's bush behaviour ethics and am prepared to give him the benefit of the doubt completely.
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  5. Re: Zambia trip report part 1.....part 2 in progress.

    Thanks for posting. I have actually already been following your blog.
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    Re: Baster voetpad pass 9 november 2019

    Thank you for sharing.
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    Re: Mana Pools - Dick Pitman's views

    Thanks Mike. A thought-provoking article from an author with great insight.
  8. Re: Another Gonarezhou upgrade - Starbeds

    Thanks Mike, looks great. Good things happening at Gonarezhou.
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    Re: Australian killed by Elephant Kunene

    I think that most of us interacting with wild animals in their habitat, realize we are doing so on the animal's terms.
  10. Re: Vetgat Toere 2019 - The Absent Friends Toere

    Keith and co, its good to have "The Tight Apertures'' back and am looking forward to the stories!
    To your Absent Friends, I am sure they would have loved to be there.
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    Re: Campingtrip Kenya

    Thanks for the timely reminder. Feeling free to post on this forum, even as a beginner, is indeed the other side of the coin.
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    Re: Campingtrip Kenya

    Whilst we are having a bit of a family squabble :), allow me to air my reservations concerning information shared only as Personal Messages (PMs). My own personal bias is to prefer to share...
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    Re: Uganda Selfdrive Trip '19

    Dank je wel :).

    Please keep it coming.
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    Re: Campingtrip Kenya

    svn, the disgruntled responses are certainly not specifically directed at you. Hopefully they will make an impression on forum members looking for future advice. It cannot all be "take", there must...
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    Re: Campingtrip Kenya

    In support of Wazungu, it is better to complain a little than decide to stay away from giving advice altogether.
    It is truely frustrating when promises and obligations of feedback are cast aside...
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    Re: Draft Itinerary for Comment

    Adrian, I actually waited for our resident Kenyan enthusiast and expert W.W. to comment and entirely endorse her advice.

    Castle Forest Lodge is lovely, set on the forest outskirts of the Mt Kenya...
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    Re: Chizarira Nat Park developements

    This news is most heartening and thank you for bringing it to our attention.

    We stayed at both Matusadona and Chizarira about 9 years ago when driving between Mana Pools and Hwange on the...
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    Re: Mwanza to kigoma your advice ?

    Operating at full strength and Chris and Louise are thriving.

    https://lakeshoretz.com/
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    Re: Beware through Umtata

    Hey friend Craig, you are showing concern about driving through Umtata, but are quite happy to drive Transkei roads after dark?

    The many stray animals on the roads, often impossible to see against...
  20. Re: Entering South Africa from Namibia at Mata Mata

    They are perfectly happy for you to clear South African customs and immigration when you reach Tweerivieren, no need for a special trip. The delay does not matter.
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    Re: Right fit for an overland newbie

    It depends on what you classify as overland travel. To concurr with Tony that the only vehicle spares you will find in isolated Africa are those for Toyota, allow me to quote from personal...
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    Re: Yet another Hwange question...

    Plans look good but get on and do your bookings. Please provide feedback and any subsequent trip report for others to make us of, would be most welcome.
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    Re: T4A on new Garmin Overlander

    It would seem to me that the new and expensive Garmin Overlander has far more to offer travelers in the Americas than in Africa. That is, until T4A is fully integrated into the Garmin systems...
  24. Re: Our African Ramblings - a blog about our African safaris

    Thanks again for excellent reports Ortelius. I urge all busy researching visits to any of the areas you have covered on your blogs, to pay careful attention to your information. It will be most...
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    Re: Yet another Hwange question...

    Hi Jayron, you are already very well informed and have narrowed down your Hwange alternatives very well. I feel obliged to offer my bit of advice.

    July is the dry season in Hwange and game viewing...
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    Re: Right fit for an overland newbie

    Just for clarity, most "lifts" mean that standard shocks cannot reliably used as replacements. "Lifted" shocks for replacement are difficult to find outside the major centers of Southern Africa.
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    Re: Land Cruisers too uneconomical?

    If you are planning extended independant overland-vehicle travel north of our borders, buy a Toyota Land Cruiser 70 series 4,2 Diesel. It is the work horse of Third World travel and for very good...
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    Re: Right fit for an overland newbie

    I strongly urge you to buy the best Toyoto Prado you can afford. Preferably diesel.

    If you have a strong bias against a Prado, then a Pajero diesel.

    Then do not spend too much on modifications,...
  29. Re: Wilderness Camping Namibia -Interest-

    We thrive on wild camping where the situation is condusive to do so. I really dislike the feeling of camping on private land, where one might be unwelcome and am probably too thin-skinned in this...
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    Re: Actual Situation in Zimbabwe

    Rudy, can't you please rather post a brief feedback report?
  31. Re: Southern Namibia trip report - October

    Thank you for the beginning of your trip report:D.

    It is always refereshing to see a known area updated via fresh and younger eyes. Whilst looking forward to the other installments, feel...
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    Re: You never know what's out there

    Thanks Keith, aardvark fans are all ears.
  33. Re: Namibia trip planning, Dec 2019, the south west

    Which one?
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    Re: Birds of Australia

    Congratulations, but suspect that was made in South Africa.
    A Bruce or a Sheila?
    Please keep posting Oz birds.
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    Re: Investing and Living in Malawi

    Biltracide, generic name praziquantel. Very effective. Dosage 40 mg/kg bodyweight as a single dose. Tabs are 600mg and therefore the average adult will need about 6 tablets as a single dose. I...
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