This time of year is when we reflect back on all of our explorations to pick out the most incredible moments from our journeys. It is a fun time for us to pause and reflect on all that we experienced and to cherish the memories that were created.
For this festive season and beyond, we at Wild At Heart Journeys encourage you to collect moments with your friends and family as they are what last a lifetime!
We ran our first Wild at Heart Women’s trip in January of 2017. Six women, thirteen days and the adventure of a life time. The Journey was so amazing that we will be doing another version of it September 2018. Only a few spots remain so be in touch if you are interested. Wild at Heart Women is our transformative African journey designed exclusively for and led by women. Join us in 2018 for this wellness safari combining exceptional wildlife experiences, authentic cultural exchange, and yoga.
In June, we traveled to Tanzania to check out some of the more off the beaten path areas of Southern and Western Tanzania. We spent two weeks exploring Selous, Ruaha, Katavi and Mahale. All were incredible and we highly recommend them but Mahale stole our hearts. It is truly magical.
Mokoro Excursion in the Okavango Delta
The Okavango Delta is a world all its own. One of the largest inland deltas in the world. There is no other destination like it. One of the most magical experiences in the delta is a mokoro excursion through the shallow waterways. A mokoro is a shallow dugout canoe that is used by the local tribes to get around in the Delta. As you silently glide through the waterways you become mesmerized by the magic of the Delta.
Pemba Island, located off the coast of Tanzania, is a destination that exudes the relaxed and remote Swahili atmosphere.
"The Sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever" ~ Jacques Cousteau
For the adventurous, Manta Resort’s Underwater Room, anchored within a natural hole in the island’s untouched coral reef, is truly a heart stopping, out of this world experience! Roughly 250 meters off the shore of Pemba’s stunning white sand beach, Underwater Room guests stay in a three level, hardwood-clad floating suite that has been called “the most stunning hotel room ever.”