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Hello, we're a couple from Italy and we're searching for 1-2 persons to join us on the 23rd-28th of August. Will be 5d/4n camping safari including Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Tarangire.
I've never thought of no. of visa days to be a problem (thought it's 30 days), until the last post about the 14-day visa... So if I do get my visa at Aswan/Cairo (which I most likely will as there is no Sudanese embassy in Australia), is there an possibility that I can renew my visa anywhere in Sudan?
Or does anyone know how easy/hard (and how long does it take) is it for a non-resident to apply for a visa at any of the Sudanese embassies in Europe? And do they give more days?
I am gonna go to Tanzania in a couple of weeks. I will arrive @ dar on 20th August and of course I'd like to experience Safari!<3
I read a lot of companies involved in that but
1) I'd like to give my money to some local that is used to arrange safari (of course safety is not negotiable!)
2) I wouldn't like to spend all the money the most advertised companies usually ask
I' be always been used to book these kind adventures directly on the place but I was wondering...
-have u ever booked…
i will love to see the lunar rainbow over Vic falls this Aug.
cost & details for that as fallow, am i right?
entrance fee to the NP(25-30$ day time ,night time is different?!), there is multiple entry on the same day option?.
Must i take a group guide for night tour? i saw a Quote mention 45$ is it right).
how do i get there at night.? public trans or operator comp?
I'm a solo gal heading to the Seychelles and Zanzibar for a little over two weeks with more time on Zanzibar, and I was hoping to receive a little a advice. Any suggestions on where/which islands to stay, what must I see and do, and any cultural considerations I should be aware of. I realize I am going to the ultimate honeymoon destination solo, but the main thing I worry about is that single supplemental charge, LOL I'll be heading to SEA afterwards with no return home date in…
We are planning on spending about 10 weeks in southern Africa this year and are keen to have a car so we can drive through S. Africa to Namibia, Botswana and possibly Zimbabwe.
Does anyone have recommendations for a company that will rent us a vehicle for that time which is reasonably priced and reliable? It has been suggested we might buy a cheap car and then sell it back to the vendor at the end of our time there so we're also open to ideas.
I'm a US citizen who has traveled to Egypt about 5 times since 2011, always obtaining my tourist visa on arrival at Cairo Airport. My last visit was in November 2014. I know that it is now possible for a USC to apply for a tourist visa in advance at an Egyptian consulate in the US. But my online research indicates it's still possible to pay $15 for a visa upon arrival at Cairo Airport if one is a USC. My question: is it still possible for a US citizen to obtain a tourist visa upon arrival at…
Just looking through my holiday photos and realising what a fantastic time we had in the Casamance ..Stayed a few days at Ziguinchor ,lovely hotel paraquet (overlooking the river casamance ) and spent a week or so at the fairly remote village of Affinium on the delta itself ..Largely untouristed these days ,the French no longer come in the numbers they once did . Watching Dolphins Ospreys Beeeaters Kingfishers etc etc helping the locals with the peanut harvest Happy Happy days improving my…