sad days for the unesco sites in mali

One person’s religious icon is another person’s reason to scream idolatry. That’s fine, as long as each respects the others belief systems. When that...

the kwitonda gorilla family in volcanoes national park, rwanda [video]

Any journey to East Africa would not be complete without a gorilla trek. After all, what else are you going to do after you...

tea with the colobus monkeys

During my travels in Rwanda, I saw miles and miles of tea plantations. Against the orange dirt and bright blue sky the green was...

reporting from eastern rwanda [video]

JT reporting from Eastern Rwanda with a compilation of video that includes gorillas, giraffes, and the human landscape including a refugee camp. View on...

lake nakuru, kenya: a flamingo-lover’s paradise

Kenya is indeed one of the most spectacular places on earth to see an abundance of wildlife. The Big Five usually get the fanfare:...

uganda’s queen elizabeth national park [video]

In the first in a series of videos featuring Uganda, this mini-report, from the roof of a safari vehicle, gives a brief introduction to...

flyingnorthblog heads to uganda and will be on blackout unless the gorillas have wifi

The name itself reads like something out of Where the Wild Things Are - or a place where one would expect to find a Gingerbread house...

a drive through ntungamo, a town in southwest uganda [video]

As I left the Bwindi Impenetrable Rainforest and my spectacular encounter with the mountain gorillas, I drove through the town of Ntungamo. Ntungamo is...

the sudan national museum in khartoum

At the confluence of the White Nile and the Blue Nile can be found the largest and most visited museum in Sudan, the National...

the sands of namibia [official trailer]

The official trailer to the latest flyingnorth vlogcumentary, coming soon: "The Sands of Namibia." http://youtu.be/MVh8nNPkLFM

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