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Pearl’s Trip to Kenya

My name is Pearl Jurist-Schoen and I’ve been working at Extraordinary Journeys since February this year. EJ makes sure to send each of its team members to Africa at least once a year so we can stay as connected and up-to-date as possible with happenings on the ground. I was fortunate enough to spend twoREAD MORE…

Oct
21

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Pearl’s Trip to Kenya

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My name is Pearl Jurist-Schoen and I’ve been working at Extraordinary Journeys since February this year. EJ makes sure to send each of its team members to Africa at least once a year so we can stay as connected and up-to-date as possible with happenings on the ground. I was fortunate enough to spend twoREAD MORE…

Oct
17

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Episode 2: Can I Insure My Safari Against Ebola?

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We have been getting a lot of questions from clients about whether or not they can insure their safari against Ebola, if the outbreak were to spread to the countries they planned to visit (we don’t think that is likely and here’s why). Every trip and the insurance that should cover it presents a unique situationREAD MORE…

Oct
16

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Episode 1: Ebola & Safari: What You Need to Know

East and Southern Africa

Media reports on Ebola have been sending shivers down our spines for the past few weeks (especially in the past few days with the news out of Dallas). While the epidemic is focused in West Africa, travelers are becoming increasingly wary of going to Africa as a whole. While fear is a perfectly understandable reaction,READ MORE…

Oct
8

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Exploring Cape Town Part 2: What to do – Insider Tips

The Oranjezicht Market

There is so much to do in Cape Town, it could make your head spin. Many of our clients spend 3 or 4 nights exploring the city, often on a series of tours. There are tons of great options for guided tours, they are a lot of fun and offer some really special experiences (youREAD MORE…

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Pearl’s Trip to Kenya

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

My name is Pearl Jurist-Schoen and I’ve been working at Extraordinary Journeys since February this year. EJ makes sure to send each of its team members to Africa at least once a year so we can stay as connected and up-to-date as possible with happenings on the ground. I was fortunate enough to spend twoREAD MORE…

travelinsurance

Episode 2: Can I Insure My Safari Against Ebola?

Friday, October 17, 2014

We have been getting a lot of questions from clients about whether or not they can insure their safari against Ebola, if the outbreak were to spread to the countries they planned to visit (we don’t think that is likely and here’s why). Every trip and the insurance that should cover it presents a unique situationREAD MORE…

East and Southern Africa

Episode 1: Ebola & Safari: What You Need to Know

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Media reports on Ebola have been sending shivers down our spines for the past few weeks (especially in the past few days with the news out of Dallas). While the epidemic is focused in West Africa, travelers are becoming increasingly wary of going to Africa as a whole. While fear is a perfectly understandable reaction,READ MORE…

The Oranjezicht Market

Exploring Cape Town Part 2: What to do – Insider Tips

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

There is so much to do in Cape Town, it could make your head spin. Many of our clients spend 3 or 4 nights exploring the city, often on a series of tours. There are tons of great options for guided tours, they are a lot of fun and offer some really special experiences (youREAD MORE…