Western Cape When you hear about the beauty of Cape Town you zero in on spending all your time in the city and miss out
Kenya is considered the pride of Africa and a highly desirable destination for safari experiences. Safaris receive two types of misconceptions 1) It’s expensive 2)
When people hear the name Seychelles, an exotic African paradise is what comes to mind and based on my recent trip it is all true! Visiting Seychelles is worth every hour, multiple flights and money it takes to land at Seychelles International Airport. I can’t cover everything Seychelles has to offer in just one blog but in this post I will give you my top 10 exciting things to do in Seychelles you can’t miss!
When I was headed to St. Kitts I was full of excitement to hike Mt. Liamuiga, volcano, zip line, do an ATV ride and golf
Escape to New Orleans is a 4-part web series exploring the Crescent City with co-host Christen Rochen of Diva and Dorks. We hoped in a
Traveling around the Costa Rica the term “Pura Vida” is thrown around with the frequency of a broken record but the discover of its meaning escalates with every minute. The moment I passed thru gates of the Palms Residence Club I knew I reached the pinnacle of Pura Vida. The Palms Residence Club, located in the Guanacaste region is one of those places you surrender your passport to the staff and hope they never tell you to leave.
I’m truly excited to share my South Africa safari webisode with you. Since I was a child I dreamed of going on safari and seeing wildlife in its natural habitat. This experience was truly a dream come true! I spotted the big 5 game: African elephant, rhino, cape buffalo, leopard and lion.
Over the course of four game drives I was able to see the big five in one day and the rest of the wildlife in Kruger Park. During our game drives I spotted zebras, impalas, wildebeests, giraffes, hippos, wart hogs, baboons, spiders, crocodile, tortoise and beautiful flora.
The big five is a term coined by hunters because the African Elephant, Cape Buffalo, Rhino, Leopard and Lion were the most difficult animals in Africa to hunt on foot.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see a wild animal devour his prey in person? Well, I wondered how the experience would be and I’m excited to share my encounter with a leopard nicknamed Mangela who tore off the head of a baby waterbuck for dinner.