If you’re hiking in the area of Cape Town, South Africa, you’ll likely see a baboon warning sign alerting you to baboon danger. But are baboons really that dangerous? Don’t take the warning lightly. Baboons can be more than a nuisance; they can cause serious harm - Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, South Africa
You have to be a little crazy to dive into the ice-cold water just for a little rubber duck trophy. Yesterday the traditional chilling experience took place at the Recreation Park Blaarmeersen. And no, we did not join the brave ones… Blaarmeersen, Ghent,
“Nature’s great masterpiece, an elephant; the only harmless great thing.” – John Donne - Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, South Africa
Rhinos are in danger of being extinct and are poached for the medicinal properties that their horns offer to various cultures - Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, South Africa.
Since white lions were discovered by Europeans in South Africa’s Timbavati region in 1938, they’ve typically been hunted, or caged and used for breeding. Their white fur and piercing blue eyes make them a rarity. Though endemic to the Timbavati region, they have also been introduced into other parts of South Africa, such as Sanbona Wildlife Reserve (in the Western Cape) and Pumba Private Game Reserve (in the Eastern Cape) - Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, South Africa
In Africa, hippos, of all large animals, are the biggest killers of humans – far more so than lions. Therefore, the deadliest place in Africa is between the hippo and the water. If the hippos want to get to the water – especially if they’ve got babies – they won’t take any prisoners; they’ll just come straight for you. And they can run. Hippos are relatives of the horse so they can run as fast as horses, it’s incredible – Sanbona Wild Park, South Africa
Golden Age canals lined by tilting gabled buildings are the backdrop for Amsterdam's treasure-packed museums, vintage-filled shops and hyper-creative drinking, dining and design scenes.
Beautiful, defiant and intense, Argentina seduces with its street-side tango, incredible foods, gaucho culture and welcoming people. Explore the mighty Iguazu Falls, take in the colors of Buenos Aires. Then head into nature to explore Peninsula Valdes, Torres del Paine National Park and the humbling Perito Moreno Glacier. Reaching the end of the world at Ushuaia is just the tip of the iceberg of an incredible country. Argentina is one formidable cocktail of wanderlust!
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