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Best "Big Five" Safari Destinations

The thrill of spotting the “Big Five” is an experience at the top of many travellers must-do list. Comprising of lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo, the term the “Big Five” was originally coined by hunters.

A Maasai Mara sunrise

Waking up at 4:30am to leave the hotel by 5 might not be everyone’s idea of a fun while on holiday, but if there’s one thing worth getting up for it’s to witness a spectacular sunrise over the endless rolling plains of the Maasai Mara.

African Safari | What to spot

Travelling through Africa’s national parks on an African safari allows you to sight an abundance of wildlife unique to this continent. What you might see varies quite a bit from the parks of Kenya and Tanzania to world-famous Kruger National Park in South Africa.
Samburu National Park

Photo Guide | The magic of Kenya

Join us for a photo trip through captivating Kenya. You can visit this spectacular country on one of our small group tours, including Kenya & Tanzania, Kenya & Ethiopia, Cairo to Zanzibar, South Africa, Botswana & Kenya and Morocco & Kenya.

Travel Tips | Our favourite food experiences

Enjoying local delicacies can broaden our understanding of the places we visit, the people who live there and can allow us to truly connect with a destination. Food is not the only reason we travel but it certainly has the power to make strong memories.
Iguazu Falls, Brazil by Marion Bunnik

The world's most stunning waterfalls

There’s something mesmerising about looking at a waterfall. Whether it’s an immensely powerful one like the Devil’s Throat at Iguazu Falls, or a peacefully cascading fall like many of those in the Plitvice Lakes National Park, it’s hard to look away. In this blog post we’ve captured 5 of the most stunning waterfalls you can visit on a Bunnik Tour.

Namibia, Botswana & Vic Falls | Travelling across Southern Africa

Travelling across Southern Africa from Windhoek in Namibia to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe (a similar distance to that of driving from Sydney to Perth) I had no idea of the varied sights and experiences that I would enjoy on my journey. From the highest sand dunes on earth, to an inland delta and through to one of the largest waterfalls in the world.

Fast Facts | Kenya Style

Kenya – we’ve all heard the name, but how much do you actually know about this East African gem? Known for its diverse scenery and wildlife safaris, Kenya is a truly unique country. Let’s take a look at some fast facts about this incredible place.

Samburu Special Six

Despite being one of Kenya’s smallest national reserves, incredible Samburu is by no means a small sight to see. Located along the banks of Kenya’s largest northern river, Ewaso Nyiro (literally meaning brown water), heading out on our first safari here was a truly amazing introduction to the wonder that is the African game drive!