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Kermit Yourself to a Trip to Madagascar!

A new species of tree frog has been found in Madagascar by a student from the University of Bristol. The 'boophis ankarafensis' was identified by Samuel Penny during a student trip to the Sahamalaza Peninsula of Madagascar to study amphibians and the noises they make.

The frog is described as green with red speckles across its head and back. Adult males are around 24mm long and females 29mm long.

To see Madagascar's amazingly diverse creatures for yourself, plan your Mighty Fine trip to this magical island today!


14. November 2014 by James Walker

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When it Comes to Wildlife, We've Earned our Stripes!

Are you wacky for wildlife? Crazy for critters? Mad for mammals? Then you'll love our free species guide. Discover facts about animal characteristics, habitats and much more before embarking on the African safari of a lifetime. Claim yours simply by enquiring about one of our five, new Africa holidays before the 17th October.

Our exciting, new holidays take you to Congolese rainforests in search of the Lowland Gorilla, to the Okavango Delta in Botswana where an array of water-based creatures reside and to game parks throughout the continent, such as Chobe and Hwange, where you can feast your eyes on the remarkable Big Five game.


6. October 2014 by Emma Smith

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Amazing Africa

Africa is an amazing continent! With wildlife and remarkable scenery in abundance, it’s a paradise for any nature lover. And with African safaris proving so popular, we’ve now got even more holidays offering an amazing array of experiences…

Travel to Botswana and meet the Big Five game in one of the largest national parks in Africa. Discover the barren Skeleton Coast in Namibia, housing many desert-adapted animals. Make your way to Tanzania and feast your eyes on the remarkable Mount Kilimanjaro. Visit the world-famous Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwe-Zambia border or head to Madagascar and encounter bio-diverse species, unlike any others in the world.

Take a look at our full range of African experiences and discover this great continent for yourself.


19. September 2014 by Emma Smith

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The Real Life Lion King

Head to the picturesque Marakele National Park in South Africa, rimmed by the stunning Waterberg Mountains, and discover something truly magical – the real life Lion King!

Simba, who is named after the character in the film, is one of the parks oldest lions at 13 years. Michelle Sole is a park ranger here and has discovered that this lion’s life significantly represents that of the Disney character. She talks of another of the park’s lions, a female called Nala, for whom, it seems, Simba has strong affections. Sole says ‘I have only seen them apart three times and I’ve been doing two game drives a day for three years in this park’ adding ‘it’s biggest love story I have seen’. They are often seen gently rubbing their heads together or engaging in mutual grooming. More...

12. September 2014 by Emma Smith

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Make Your Break Count this Year!

Victoria Falls

The festive period might be finished but that doesn’t mean you have to wait until next year for a splash of excitement! The Lonely Planet has released its top 10 destinations to visit in 2014 and the iconic Victoria Falls have made the cut. The two kilometre-wide lip of the Falls sees an astonishing 500 cubic litres thundering over it into the 100 metre gorge below, sending spray as high as 500 metres into the air! Recognised as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and one of the largest waterfalls on Earth, this magnificent formation is undoubtedly one of the most incredible natural sights on the planet and well deserving of its place in the top 10!

See the mighty Victoria Falls on any of our Safaris in Zimbabwe and combine the sight of a lifetime with a search for some of the continent’s best wildlife.

6. January 2014 by Emma Smith

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