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Welcoming in the New Year with a re-energized perspective. This is it folks, we are really going to ‘sing our song’ of thoughtful travel. Do what we have always done by focusing on appreciation of land, wildlife, people and … your spirit! Now it is time for us to be more vocal about it. Come on this journey with us!
What do you get when you have thirteen wonderful people traveling together? An unforgettable adventure! Read all about one of our recent groups that had an extraordinary time together exploring Africa. It’s a picture smorgasbord!
Well … it certainly has been a while since we were last in touch! We wanted to start off the New Year with some photos from our recent safaris to Kenya, Botswana and Zimbabwe. Take a look at what you could be experiencing on safari!
Getting back to the ‘old world safari’ ethos – a time of classic safaris where your guiding experience and locations reign supreme. A thank you to African Bush Camps for hosting our GSGC Mentors for a little R and R. A recommendation for the budding nature enthusiast in your life – come and take a look!
As the new year begins, travelers begin to awaken and plan ahead for their trip to Africa! A time to regenerate and rejuvenate. Take a look at some of the things you can look forward to while on safari!
With a view to keep our news light and visually stimulating, this edition of the newsletter was all about pictures and video recommendations. Take a peek and enjoy!
Need some travel inspiration? Check out the latest newsletter featuring a wonderful itinerary by Nomads Tanzania. Learn about which countries have opened up their borders and … we have a special treat (offering) for our readers who are interested in photography 🙂
This newsletter we decided to switch things up a bit and hear from Pam. Learn about what the safari camps are doing to keep the home fires burning along with a few heartwarming projects and the first feature film on Netflix from Zimbabwe!
What a crazy start to the year as the world reacts to the covid-19 virus. Reconnecting with nature allows us to heal and restore. Since we can’t go into the African bush – we tried to bring it to you! We hope that this newsletter provides you with a little respite, a smile and inspiration.
Check out our upcoming trip in May 2020! Read about our Sojourner’s stories from their trips to Kenya and Namibia. Be forewarned, these stories may lead you to contacting us for your trip of a lifetime 🙂
We have promised to share more about the other part of Global Sojourns family – GS Giving Circle. More from Shawna as she shares her feelings about wanting to return to Africa. As always, we include a little tidbit on a special place or property that we love – and our latest product recommendation.
What draws our Sojourners back to Africa time and time again? Read about Erin’s journeys over the years culminating to her 17th trip to Africa! Special places and our favourite trip that takes you not only on safari but into the communities – places and people that you would not normally meet on a standard trip. Unique and inspiring!
Come and check out our new website and logo – a fresh start to the New Year! Enticing tidbits of information about our upcoming Namibian journey. A new ‘Going Deeper’ section of our newsletter dedicated to letting you know about the work that is being done ‘behind the scenes’.
So much to share! From Uganda, Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia, it was a busy year. Read about a dream come true for one of our Sojourners – Shawna who wrote a special article about her travels. News about an upcoming group trip to Namibia and camera gear recommendation.
A tribute to Roberta Plummer, Priscilla’s mother who instilled a love for Africa in her. Mountain Biking in Matopos (Zimbabwe) is the perfect place to play and refuel. Traveling in the green season offers lush vegetation, ideal for photographers and bird watchers. Remember to pack in a 12 oz. Thermos Cup to enjoy your tea on the early morning game drives, and leave your plastic bags at home keeping conservation in mind.