You only live once.
As time goes by, we learn to enjoy life to the fullest. Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today, our grandmothers used to say. And how right they were! They did not refer only to daily tasks, but to living every minute as if it were the last. Let’s live for two days. To dream not only in our sleep. To dare. Squeeze seconds. To enjoy a landscape, a smell, a look, a look, a song.
The Origin of Life.
Africa is the cradle of humanity. John Hemingway said he kept a secret and called it “magic”. Magic that their tribes preserve in a world that is advancing faster and faster and that does not understand waiting. It’s time to tell your own story, before it loses its essence. This is your moment.
You only live once. But if you do it right, it will be enough.
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Sleep in a Bed Star under the stars in South Africa
You don’t have to be a child to dream of such magical moments as sleeping in a little house at the top of a tree or in a cabin in the middle of nature, under a clear sky illuminated by thousands of stars.
At the Treehouses of Lions Sand Game Reserve it is possible to make it happen. Located in the Kruger National Park and the exclusive Sabi Sand Reserve, these luxury lodges, which blend in completely with their surroundings, are former camps that served as protection from predators hunting on the plains.
In this place it is not allowed not to disconnect. Electricity is replaced by torches, cell phones by walkie talkies and the noises of the city by the sounds of the wild animals of the savannah.
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Ride on horseback through the Okavango Delta following the Great Migration
The most authentic, exclusive, sustainable and less touristy safari in Africa you will find in the Okavango Delta, the star of Botswana. A winding river that, in a unique way, bursts into the arid Kalahari Desert, creating one of the most amazing and beautiful ecosystems on the planet.
Gallop through the wilderness to the rhythm of zebras, giraffes and wildebeests, accompanied by expert rangers, resting in lodges, fly camps or mobile camps to follow their migrations.
Discover it in its dry season, from May to October, when temperatures rise, drying out the landscape and favoring concentrations of animals around the waterholes.
If you are lucky, you will be able to see how the robust swimming lions hunt their prey in their floodplains, unique in Africa!
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Take a dip in a natural pool on the edge of Victoria Falls
No, it’s not a Photoshopped image, in case you were wondering. Accessing this waterfall created by nature, where Zambia and Zimbabwe meet, is only suitable for adrenaline and vertigo lovers as it is a natural pool on the edge of a cliff over 100 meters high!
Named The Devil’s Pool, it is a spectacle from which millions and millions of liters of water per minute rush and enjoy, without a doubt, the most challenging views of the impressive Victoria Falls.
The rite for bathing is to take a leap, while a guide takes a picture of the moment with your camera. However, you can only do it from September to December when the river flow is at its lowest level. What would Dr. Livingstone think of this feat?
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Paragliding and sandboarding over the dunes of Namibia
Huge reddish sand dunes are sculpted to the rhythm of the wind and the rhythm of the sun, painter of shadows and orange sunsets, flowing into the brave blue ocean…
Paragliding, we travel over luminous sand hills, petrified forests, shipwreck skeletons and gravel plains where it is impossible not to fall in love with the pleasant sensation of silence and solitude. The dunes of Swakopmund are the best to practice this sport, between December and March, under the soft and fresh winds of the southwest.
For those who are not too fond of heights, sandboarding can be an exciting and pure adrenaline alternative. Are you getting in?
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Fly over the Kenyan savannah in the Memories of Africa replica plane
Karen Blixen would never forget the walking safaris accompanied by Maasai through the savannah with hunter Denys Finch Hatton. Evenings by the campfire listening to Mozart’s music and dining on porcelain tableware, or warm nights in tented camps toasting with champagne in the moonlight.
Would you like to live a movie experience in the purest Memories of Africa style?
Feel the immensity of Africa under your feet, flying over the exclusive area of Laikipia but not from an ordinary light aircraft, but from a vintage biplane replica of the movie to recall its most romantic scenes.
When? From July to October, leaving behind the long rains, when wildlife begins its impressive migrations.
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