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The Kusini Collection

Kusini Destinations

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.

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Deluxe Mobile Camping in Ethiopia

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Travel Ethiopia offers extremely comfortable, private mobile camping in the Lower Omo Valley. Ideal for a small groups, families or even two travelers looking for an exclusive experience off the beaten path. Lodges in the region are comfortable, but simple, so why not offer your travelers a unique under-canvas experience in the Omo Valley? Exclusivity is a true selling point in today's market.

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Heroic Battle - Elephant Wins vs 14 Lions - Chinzombo, Norman Carr Safaris

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The incredible story of Hercules the Young Bull Elephant Vs Fourteen Lion as relayed from Mindy Roberts at Norman Carr Safaris, South Luangwa, Zambia:

Last week I promised to share the amazing footage of Hercules the Young Bull Elephant Vs Fourteen Lion!! A young elephant somehow was separated from his herd when a 14 member pride of female lions descended on the helpless animal near Norman Carr Safaris' Chinzombo Camp in Zambia. Clearly outnumbered, the elephant managed to bravely fend off the attack despite having three lioness on his back at one point!

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Uganda Trip Report 2014: Entebbe, Murchison Falls and Kibale Forest

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November 2014
By Tad Bradley

Uganda has been at the top of my must-visit list since I started travelling to Africa over 10 years ago. It's a destination that has always intrigued me. But in my case, it wasn't because of the gorillas and preponderance of primate species. What attracted me were the jagged peaks and conical volcanoes of the two mountain ranges that delineate the western border with the Congo. I'm a mountains guy. I grew up exploring the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges in Washington State and spent my 20's traipsing around the White and Green Mountains of New Hampshire and Vermont. Fittingly, my first trip to Africa was to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. And then I lived and worked as a guide leading hiking trips throughout the volcanoes of Guatemala's highlands. 

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Classic Africa Safaris Goes Carbon Neutral

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Classic Africa is proud to announce that they have offset all of their carbon emissions through 2014. Since 2008, all of our operations are 100% carbon neutral. Classic Africa Safaris was the first tour operator/safari company in Uganda and Rwanda that is carbon neutral and through hard work and education they have significantly reduced their carbon footprint from 2008. For more information on Classic's carbon neutral status, please visit www.ugandacarbon.org

Read on for a great first-hand story from Uganda about working together for carbon neutrality.

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