I recently managed to get the clips from my travels in Africa put together in a video for you all to see! This is the first video I’m posting on my blog so hopefully you get a chance to see the man behind the blog.

The video is various clips I took whilst travelling through Africa with GAdventures in 2016, edited by someone who doesn’t want to be named as they’re not as proud of the quality of this video as I think they should be (I personally couldn’t stop nostalgically watching it when they revealed they had made it for me… So much so it’s massively inspired me to make videos of more of my future travels, watch this space).

The GAdventures Tour lasted 40 days travelling through 7 countries, starting in South Africa, and travelling through, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, and finally Kenya. We camped most nights, some of which were in national parks amongst all the wildlife. If you want to read more about my time in Africa you can check out the posts I wrote on my time there below:

Africa GAdventures Tour Part 1 (Travel Journal) – South Africa and Namibia

Africa GAdventures Tour Part 2 (Travel Journal) – Botswana, Zambia, Malawi & Tanzania

5 Reasons Why Africa Should be on Your Travel Bucket List

I hope you enjoy the video! If you’ve got any questions about the trip or any feedback I’d love to hear it in the comments.

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  1. Really enjoyed your video (and subbed to you on Youtube) – and the person that edited it did fantastically, they definitely shouldn’t worry about the quality! I’ve never really been interested in visiting Africa, but you saw so many beautiful things that it HAS to be added to my bucketlist! 😀

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    1. Thank you! That’s awesome I’m glad you enjoyed it, I totally agree, with the footage I had they did an amazing job, I’ll pass on the feedback 😊. I visited slightly by accident as I wanted somewhere different that was out of my comfort zone but it really is such an incredible place, and doing it with a group is a great way to see lots in a short period of time, as well as being with experienced guides that know what they’re doing

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    1. Thank you! I think the shot you’re talking about was in Etosha, basically the campsite is surrounded by a national park so you can sit and safely watch the animals come and go from the watering hole for hours. Was definitely a highlight!

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