Christian Baines - Sunset over the dam, Tsavo, Kenya 384

Tented Camps, Walking Expeditions, and Africa After Dark All Enhance a Kenya Safari

When we roll out a list of the most famous Kenya safari options, you can count on the Maasai Mara to sit on top, closely followed by Samburu, Lake Nakuru, and Amboseli National Park. None of these, however, can compete with Tsavo National Park for size or heritage. Established in 1948 and broken into Tsavo […]

Baby Galapagos sea lion looking at young woman on North Seymour Island, Galapagos National Park, Ecuador

Enjoy an Exciting Wildlife Experience on Your Next Goway Vacation

It might possibly surprise you that there many alternatives in the world to game safaris. If you want a different kind of animal experience while travelling, check out the following suggestions for viewing wildlife on a Goway vacation.  There is nothing like the experience of watching animals in their natural habitat. If you have ever […]

Christian Baines - A dip in the marsh is a family outing, Amboseli, Kenya

Explore the Icons of Amboseli on a Kenya Safari – Land of the Big Tuskers

Touching down at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, it’s not unusual for Globetrotters on a Kenya safari to make a beeline for the open plains and big cats of the Maasai Mara. There can be no question that the Mara embodies Kenya at her most wild and romantic, with predators lurking just beyond the safety […]

Unique rock formation of pink granite in Spitzkoppe, Damaraland, Namibia

Highlights Off the Beaten Path on African Tours

It’s not hard to see why Africa’s greatest landmarks continue to attract so much attention from international travellers. The Serengeti, the Pyramids, Mt. Kilimanjaro, Marrakech, Zanzibar Island, Kruger National Park, the sand dunes of the Namib Desert—these are all incredible and breathtaking world wonders. But there’s more to Africa than the highlight reel. That’s why […]

Elephant and buffalo at waterhole in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Rediscovering Zimbabwe, a Different Kind of Africa Safari

Zimbabwe isn’t usually the first country travellers think of when planning a Southern Africa safari. At least, it hasn’t been in recent times. This however has more to do with years of political and economic uncertainty than any shortcomings as a destination. In fact, with its idyllic climate, wide range of wildlife viewing, awe-inspiring sights, […]