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Safari&Beach: The Word is Out

 29 September 2017 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News

We were lucky enough to send a travel writer and her family to Tanzania and Zanzibar this summer.  They had a great time on a northern parks safari, with some great spots as the family searched for the big 5, with some luxury camping along the way.  The holiday...

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2 Week Safari Honeymoon in 2018 – What to Expect!?

 11 September 2017 |  Safari Beach |  Zanzibar, Tanzania, Honeymoon Safaris

Selecting the best place to go on a safari honeymoon in 2018 is not an easy task. With so many options available, it can be difficult to ascertain which is the best. To help you out, we have considered a range of 2-week safari honeymoon ideas and rifled through...

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Family Safari – Beckham Style

 8 June 2017 |  Nick Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News

Taking a family safari has to be on everyone’s family holiday bucket list.  And so the Beckhams would agree.  Having just travelled to the Serengeti in Tanzania for a sneaky half term holiday this has to be one of their most memorable holidays. A family holiday in half term...

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Safari and Beach: The Holiday of a Lifestage

 6 June 2017 |  Safari Beach |  Safari and Beach News, Honeymoon Safaris, Family Safaris

A safari and beach holiday: wild adventures and creature comforts through to stunning beaches and barefoot chill-out. There is no other holiday mix like it.    There is no reason why a safari holiday has to be a once in a life time experience. Sure, it can be expensive, but it...

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The Great Wildebeest Migration

 29 May 2017 |  Safari Beach |  Safari and Beach News

The Safari and Beach guide to the Great Wildebeest Migration, one of nature’s most impressive displays. We believe this breathtaking event should be seen at least once in a lifetime – not just on television, but live and up close. What is it? The great wildebeest migration, often described as...

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Giraffe: a manner of speaking

 16 May 2017 |  Nick Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News

The dumb giraffe.  Giraffe  have a voicebox but, due to their extraordinary long necks, it is thought the airflow make it difficult to make a sound.  Just as well they have such beautifully long eyelashes and kissable lips. Experience the Giraffe up close and personal at Giraffe Manor on...

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Special Offers

 10 January 2017 |  Jo Jenkins |  Special offers

Safari & Beach have many exclusive offers available you won’t find anywhere else. Some of Our Top Safari Offers… The Residence, Zanzibar Stay for 8 days half board from only £750 per person.  Luxury beach escape.  Great for couples and families alike.  More offers for honeymooners.  Book before 31...

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Protect the Cheetah

 4 January 2017 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News, Conservation

Cheetah are in danger of extinction.  Fact.  The worldwide population of cheetah has dropped by 50% since 1975 to just over 7,000 and it is feared this could drop a further 50% by 2030 which would put it on the endangered animal list. The main cheetah population is to...

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China set to ban Ivory trade

 31 December 2016 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News, Conservation

At last. China is set to ban ivory sales at the end of next year. A  massive relief for conservationists and the 100,000 elephant that have been lost to poaching in the last decade. Beijing is the world’s biggest centre for ivory and the ban will put pressure across...

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100 per cent success

 17 November 2016 |  Jo Jenkins |  Tanzania, Safari and Beach News, Kilimanjaro

Safari&Beach conquers Kilimanjaro.  We have a 100% success rate of guests summiting Kilimanjaro.  That’s not bad compared to an average of 48%.  Our MD, Nick Jenkins, submitted in October with a few friends.  He’s now not only one of the most knowledgeable people on climbing Kili but also has...

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