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KALAHARI ONE WORLD TOUR
Rwanda  |  Victoria Falls  |  Mozambique  |  Cape Town, South Africa  |  Botswana

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Rwanda
 

The sun-ripened coffee cherries are handpicked and graded in small batches to ensure the highest possible standard of quality .

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Rwandan coffee is among the highest quality in the world. The country’s distinctive high altitude, rainfall patterns, and volcanic and fertile soils suit the growing conditions for the unique, naturally flavorful coffee.

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These high-quality beans were taken through
the entire harvesting process, including picking, sorting and washing
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Rwandan coffee is among the highest quality in the world. The country’s distinctive high altitude, rainfall patterns, and volcanic and fertile soils suit the growing conditions for the unique, naturally flavorful coffee.

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The massive silverback mountain gorilla lounging in its natural habitat

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A young silverback gorilla takes in the view of the visiting group.

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Kalahari owner Todd Nelson, daughter-in-law Megan, and sons Todd Jr. and Travis prep for their five-hour climb up the volcanic hillsides in Rwanda in search of the elusive silverback gorillas.

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On the way home, the Nelson family encountered a native troupe, practicing traditional dances.

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Mimicking the family dynamic of humans, the silverback gorillas care for one another in their mountain home.

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Kalahari owner Todd Nelson expresses pure joy as he sees the majestic silverback gorillas for the first time.

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After a few hours, the silverback
gorillas move to their next stop
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Victoria Falls
 

One of the seven wonders of the world –
Victoria Falls – otherwise known as “The Smoke that Thunders,” hosted the Nelson family over several days.


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In Zimbabwe, the group leader jumps into “Devil’s Pool” the precipice above the 355 foot plunge above the Zambezi River.

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The Nelson family worked together to cross the waters of the Batoka Gorge, home to Victoria Falls.

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Robert Turzinski, member of the Nelson family, trusted Mother Nature to guide him as he bungee-jumped above the mighty Zambezi River.

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Taking on level five rapids, the Nelson family battled to stay afloat during the 15-mile stretch down the Zambezi River.

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The rough waters provide inspiration for the popular resort attraction named Victoria Falls.

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Expert takes in the end of the day at Devil’s Pool,
overlooking the mighty Victoria Falls
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Mozambique

 


South of the capital city of Maputo in Mozambique lies Ponta do Ouro, famous for its sparkling clear water and friendly dolphin population.

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Kalahari owner Todd Nelson and his daughter Ashley spot the dolphins for the first time.

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Guided by “Dolphin Whisperer” Angie, the group was able to interact with the dolphins in their natural habitat in Mozambique.

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The art community is strong in Mozambique,
where local artists hand-make a variety of items
to sell and share with their community
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Cape Town, South Africa
 

South Africa is known as a mecca of arts, crafts, music and rhythm. Here, a local artisan poses with her work, which will be displayed in Kalahari’s newest location in the Pocono Mountains.

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A small group participates in Kwaito – the art of South African street dance.

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Kalahari owner Todd Nelson observes the creation of custom music tracks made at Ghetto Studio in Cape Town, South Africa

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World-famous graffiti artist Falko One finishes a Kalahari Resort-inspired art work in Cape Town.

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Kalahari Resorts owner Todd Nelson poses with the completed artwork inspired by his American properties.

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Reknown South-African surfer Avu showcases his mastery of the surf in Port St. John, South Africa.

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World-class surfer Avu views his landscape and
prepares to cut the coast line with a day full of waves
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Botswana

The African elephant, which is proudly on display and embodid in the Kalahari Resorts and Conventions logo.

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African elephants cross the Kalahari basin in Botswana, Africa.

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Wild zebras take a rest near the Kalahari basin.

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The group experiences a safari across the Kalahari basin.

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The namesake Kalahari Desert, which provides the source of all inspiration for Kalahari Resorts and Conventions.

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Kalahari Resorts owner Todd Nelson takes in the sites and sounds in Botswana, Africa.

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The Nelson family toasts to a successful
23-day trip across the great continent of Africa
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