Serengeti, Falls and Cape Part Four – Zambia

Malawi After a 5am wake up to watch our final Malawian sunrise, we began our departure out of the country through Nkotakhota National Park. At 1,800km² it is the largest, and also the oldest wildlife reserve in Malawi. Sadly, poaching almost eliminated all of the animals in the park, but in 2015 other reserves throughout … More Serengeti, Falls and Cape Part Four – Zambia

Serengeti, Falls and Cape Part Three – Tanzania and Malawi

Tanzania It was the eleventh day of our 40 day tour and the early starts, along with constantly putting up and down our confined tents was becoming a burden. That being said, I firmly believe that living amongst the wildlife was an essential part of the experience and looking back now, I wouldn’t change it. … More Serengeti, Falls and Cape Part Three – Tanzania and Malawi

Serengeti, Falls and Cape Part One – Kenya and The Serengeti

After a teary goodbye to my family, I set off on my flight from London Heathrow to Kenya (via Dubai) to begin the first leg of my trip. Kenya I arrived into Nairobi and took my transfer to the hotel, where I’d be meeting the rest of the group and our two leaders. The roads … More Serengeti, Falls and Cape Part One – Kenya and The Serengeti

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter — Izaak Walton. My name is Becca Arlington and in September 2018, at the age of 24, I quit my job to go travelling for six months. I had always wanted to travel the world and, although I had initial fears about being … More The Journey Begins