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Welcome to The Kusini Collection

Kusini means South in KiSwahili, a Bantu language widely spoken from Kenya to Mozambique. All of our clients can be found throughout the Southern Hemisphere and hugging the Equator in both Latin America and Africa.

The Kusini Collection is a US-based travel marketing firm that represents an exclusive group of complementary, owner-operated camps, lodges and ground handlers in Africa and Latin America. Our collection offers a premium service and truly unique travel experiences. We are intimate, personalized and entirely focused on connecting highly-qualified, knowledgeable North American agents and outfitters with elite operating partners in Africa and Latin America. Ultimately, we strive to increase occupancy and drive travelers to the destinations we support.


Travel Ethiopia and Women Entrepreneurship

Travel Ethiopia founder, Samrawit Moges, is passionate for and works closely with the efforts to empower Ethiopian women entrepreneurs. As a founding member (current board president) and supporter of AWEP (Alliance of Women Entrepreneurship Program), Travel Ethiopia aims to support the mission of AWEP: build and increase the competitiveness of women entrepreneurs in the manufacturing, trade and service sectors engaged in both local and international business pursuits.


The Secret Season

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The 'Secret Season' is upon us here in the Valley and Norman Carr Safaris would love to share this with you and your clients as it's generally perceived as a less than optimal time to visit, which is completely untrue! It is often one of the best times to see wild dog and the bush is green, lush and stunning. We now have more options with wildly luxurious Chinzombo, family friendly Kapani and adventurous Kakuli open to visitors.


East Africa's Great Migration


The seemingly endless plains of the East African savannah are the setting for one of the world's greatest wildlife spectacles in which a million and a half animals move through the Serengeti eco-system following the seasonal rains and - the food. From Tanzania's Serengeti to the hills of Kenya's Masai Mara, over 1.4 million wildebeests and 200,000 zebras and gazelles, all being relentlessly pursued by Africa's great predators, make the perilous journey of 1,800 miles each year in search of fresh green shoots to graze upon. Read on for more great information on the Migration from  Albatros Travel East Africa

When is the best time to see the Great Migration?

The key places of departure and arrival for the migration are Tanzania's Serengeti and Kenya's Masai Mara. It is, of course, impossible to call one or another the starting place as the migration is a timeless circular trek across the face of Africa following the pattern of the rains.


Understanding the Chobe River Front


What is Chobe National Park all about? The elephants? The river? Any unique lodging options? Read on to navigate the Chobe River Front thanks to this great report from the team at New Frontiers Tours.

Chobe National Park boasts four distinctly different eco systems: the spectacular Chobe floodplain and river to the northeast, the Savute Marsh in the west, the Linyanti Swamps in the northwest and Nogatsaa and Tchinga, a hot dry hinterland in-between. 

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