Pafuri Collection. – ‘Each foot step of mine on the sandy path covers a track of an animal that has come before me. Impala peer at us timidly through the fever tree forest, while the morning light catches the fur of the baboon visilbe in the distance …’

I realised that I had many more pics to share from my visit to Pafuri and have added an album to The Incidental Tourist Facebook page for your enjoyment. 

Read about my Pafuri Walking Trail experience here. Also take a look at the recently reopened Pafuri Camp and the Baobab Hill Bush House.

To learn more about RETURNAfrica and the Pafuri Walking Trails visit their website and connect on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date.

No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Dawn Bradnick JorgensenDawn Jorgensen
Follow me on social media
Follow me on Bloglovin’Follow
The Incidental Tourist

The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

Here I bring you narratives, stories, video and photographs from my travels around the globe, including accounts of gorilla trekking in Uganda, tree planting in Zambia and turtle rescue in Kenya, accommodation and restaurant reviews, as well as details of the conservation efforts that I support.

A self proclaimed earth advocate and beauty seeker, I invite you to join me and share in my love of sustainable travel – and the rich offerings of our beautiful world.

My latest tweets
My latest travel video below.

Amazing Thailand. Ko Samui.

As one of Thailand's largest islands, Ko Samui is also one of the most popular. Offering beautiful w…