Archive: 2011 July

News on the Bush Wire…

The Bushcamp Company

The Bushcamp Company has unveiled its newly built Bilimungwe Bushcamp, situated on a private watering hole on the Luangwa River; Bilimungwe prides itself in offering the ultimate safari experience with wildlife on its doorstep. Four intimate chalets offer uninterrupted views...

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Bush Baby to Wild Child

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 Whether you are 4, 14, or 44, everyone can experience their first safari experience with Tongabezi in Zambia.    Families with children of all ages can stay at Tongabezi’s Tangala House, with four bedrooms, a private swimming pool, trampoline, lawn...

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From Wedding Vows to Wildlife Wow’s

Sindabezi Island Honeymoon Suite

Couples can get Married and Honeymoon Collectively in the Zambian Bush with Zambian Horizons   For a real Robinson Crusoe wedding and honeymoon look no further than Zambia. Couples planning the ‘big day’ can exchange their vows on Livingstone Island,...

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An Insider’s Guide To Barbados

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According to Kuoni’s latest travel trend report, Barbados is one of the top 10 destinations to visit in 2011. With this in mind, we wanted to share the insider tips from the experts at Sandy Lane so that you can...

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Bring on the long haul

Cultural explorations with explora

According the, 2011 marks the end of the Staycation, meaning explora’s  new cultural explorations are bang on trend. How often do you get a chance to delve into all things archaeological, anthropological and environmental, guided by qualified experts. Exciting and...

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Trend Alert – Nordic Fever

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The northern hemisphere is the eipicentre of cool….we are loving their stylish fashion labels, hip interiors and hot beauty brands and treatments… The best place to buy the hottest Nordic designs is the renowned Nordiska Kompaniet mall in Stockholm.  Indulge...

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Be part of a medieval Tuscan legacy at Castelfalfi

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High in the hills of rural Tuscany, a very special village is coming back to life. The medieval hamlet of Castelfalfi, once a convivial Italian hub, has lain dormant for the last few decades but this is about to change....

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MADeira – The small but perfectly formed adrenaline junkie’s playground

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         Tarifa is known for windsurfing, Egypt for diving and the Alps for mountain biking.  Ticked them off?  Now where next?  How about a place that is great for all three, and more. Madeira has long been associated with flowers,...

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