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Southern Circle

 Tuesday, October 15th Kilroy Travels Trondheim organizes a travel evening from 6PM to 8PM in Nattergalen Café where me and a colleague will tell you all you need to know about traveling in Africa. The teaser below is from a trip called Southern Circle which will be the main theme for the presentation, but we will also give...
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Kruger National Park was the one safari places I had had mixed feelings about. I knew that it was home to all of the big five and the chances of some good animal spotting was quite big, but the park had always had a commercialized ring in my ears. We had also arrived in the...
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After driving through vast coastal flood plains and through forests of Cashew nuts we reached our last stop in Mozambique, which was its capitol city, Maputo. From what we had heard, Maputo had once been a nice and promising city, but the sight that met us was quite the opposite. In between there were some tall...
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To get to Inhambane we had to go by a Dhow (a traditional Arab sailboat) from Maxixi. From the port of Inhambane it was just a short drive to Barra Beach where we would spend the three next nights. It had been several weeks since we had seen the coast, and everyone were excited about...
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On our first day in Mozambique we had already spent 15 hours driving to get to our camp in Chimoio, and on the next day we were all relieved that there was only going to be a short drive over to our next destination, Vilanculos. But travels will always be travels and unforeseen things happened...
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When we arrived at Mulanje Gold Club where we would be staying for the next nights there was not much to do. At some point the resort must have been a beautiful place to be, with an indoor badminton hall and a pool which even had slides and a diving board, but because of the lack...
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On our way to Lake Malawi we stopped in Lilongwe where we got to eat lunch and do some shopping. The people who had not gotten their visas to Mozambique in advance spent the whole day at  the embassy, as Mozambique visas are very rarely issued at the border.  Lake Malawi was only a couple...
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From Victoria Falls we had a 10 hour drive to get to Kafue National Park. The camp was located right on the Kafue River, which after 6 kilometers was connected with the Zambezi River. The Zambezi is the 4th biggest river in Africa and goes through Zambia, Angola, Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, and was the...
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Victoria Falls is a massive waterfall on the Zambezi River located right on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Our trip itinerary gave us three nights in the city of Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwe side. Here we would get the chance to do lots of adrenaline activities or just relax at the Drifters Lodge where...
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With the roads in Zambia not exactly being state of the art, it took us around 13 hours to get from Kafue to South Luangwa. That being said we also had a shopping break in the capital and lots of pee breaks on the way, but this was a looong driving day. South Luangwa was...
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After driving 13 hours and 900 kilometers we finally arrived at Nata Lodge in Botswana. The oasis- like camp we were staying at was laying close to the Makgadigadi salt pans, but since we were just staying the night and driving again early the next morning we did not get to see any of that. It was...
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Because of the tour starting very early in the morning, we decided to arrive one day early and spend the day in Johannesburg. As we had the whole day to ourself and nothing on the agenda we asked our airport transfer jouffeur to drive by Johannesburg city center so that we could have a quick...
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