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Exploring Safari’s Online Features: What You Need to Know
Safari is a popular web browser developed by Apple Inc. Known for its sleek design and seamless user experience, Safari has grown to become one of the most widely used browsers across various devices. In this article, we will delve into Safari’s online features and help you discover how you can make the most of your browsing experience.
Enhanced Privacy and Security
When it comes to online browsing, privacy and security are paramount concerns for many users. Safari takes these concerns seriously and offers several features to ensure a safe and secure browsing experience.
Safari also utilizes sandboxing technology, which isolates each website in its own separate process, preventing malicious code from affecting other parts of your system or compromising your personal information.
Additionally, Safari includes built-in protection against fraudulent websites and phishing attempts. It automatically checks URLs against a list of known malicious websites, keeping you safe from potential threats.
Seamless Integration with Apple Ecosystem
If you are an Apple user with multiple devices such as iPhones, iPads, or Macs, Safari offers seamless integration across all these devices. With iCloud syncing enabled, you can easily access tabs open on one device from another device using Safari’s “Shared Tabs” feature.
This means that if you find an interesting webpage on your iPhone but prefer to read it on your iPad or Mac later on, simply open up Safari on the other device and select the “Tabs” button in the toolbar. You will find a list of all open tabs across all synced devices, allowing you to continue where you left off seamlessly.
Furthermore, when it comes to passwords and credit card information, Safari offers its own password manager called iCloud Keychain. It securely stores your passwords and credit card details across all your Apple devices, making it convenient to autofill login forms and make online purchases with ease.
Intelligent Tab Management
With the increasing number of tabs we open while browsing the internet, managing them efficiently becomes crucial for productivity. Safari provides several features to help you organize and navigate through your tabs effortlessly.
One such feature is the ability to group tabs together. You can create tab groups based on specific themes or topics by simply dragging one tab onto another. This helps keep your browsing organized and makes it easier to find related content when you need it.
Safari also offers a powerful tab search feature that allows you to quickly locate a specific tab by typing in keywords or even searching for open tabs from a particular time range. This eliminates the hassle of scrolling through numerous tabs to find what you are looking for.
Moreover, Safari’s “Tab Preview” feature provides a visual overview of all open tabs, making it easier to identify and switch between them with just a glance.
Personalization is key when it comes to enhancing your browsing experience, and Safari understands this well. The browser offers various customization options that allow you to tailor Safari according to your preferences.
Safari’s “Extensions” feature enables you to enhance the functionality of the browser by installing third-party extensions from the App Store. These extensions can add features such as ad-blocking, password management tools, or even productivity-enhancing tools like note-taking apps.
In addition, Safari allows you to modify its appearance by choosing from different themes or customizing toolbar buttons according to your liking. You can also adjust settings related to privacy, security, and content restrictions based on your individual needs.
By taking advantage of these customization options, you can truly make Safari feel like your own personalized browsing tool.
In conclusion, Safari’s online features offer a range of benefits to users. From enhanced privacy and security measures to seamless integration with the Apple ecosystem, intelligent tab management, and customization options, Safari has a lot to offer. So, if you’re looking for a reliable and feature-rich web browser, give Safari a try and explore the vast possibilities it offers for your online browsing needs.
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The Waterfront is designed to attract the younger more adventurous traveller who wish to experience the Great Zambezi River, the wonder of the Victoria Falls and its stunning wildlife surrounds, without great expense.
The four-star David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa , a place of grandeur and royalty, is situated 5km from Livingstone and 7km from Victoria Falls known as Mosi-Oa-Tunya – the Smoke that Thunders – one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world and Africa’s adventure capital.
Set inside the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, Zambia, 12.5km from Livingstone, just upstream from the famous Victoria Falls, Thorntree River Lodge known as Home of the Elephant – offers a riveting bush experience with breathtaking views over the Zambezi River.
Victoria Falls tour – A natural phenomenon and one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls is an immense 1.5 km wide curtain of water cascading 100m into the gorge. Around 550 million litres of water fall over the lip every minute. Surrounding the falls is a luscious rainforest, sustained year round by spray created by the thundering falls. There are plant species here which are rarely seen elsewhere in Zambia or Zimbabwe. During peak flow, the Zambian side of the Falls is a spectacular sight and walkways lead to vantage points which require crossing the Knife Edge Bridge.
Livingstone town tour – The town of Livingstone was moved from its original site at the Old Drift in 1905, due to malaria outbreaks and moved to its healthier location on Constitution hill. The town was carefully planned with wide streets lined with trees; a lot of the original architecture is still in place today. The tour is based on the client's requests and comprises a visit to the Livingstone Museum, which displays a comprehensive collection of David Livingstone memorabilia; next you will take a memorable trip to Maramba Market, a bustling colourful market where you will find everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, to chitenge, local fabric.
Game drive – Enjoy a 3-hour game drive through Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. With the help of experienced guides you can hope to spot some of Africa's finest wildlife, including the endangered white rhino, as well as elephant, giraffe, zebra, buffalo and many more. The park is on the banks of the Zambezi River so clients can also enjoy seeing hippos and crocodiles. There is also abundant birdlife in the park.
Walking safaris – Walking Safaris are conducted in the midst of the African Bush in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, which is just upstream from the renowned Victoria Falls. The walks are led by a professional guide and park scouts. Clients will be able to experience up close encounters with the endangered white rhino and other wildlife including, buffalo, hippo, impala, warthog and many more.
Horseback safari – Enjoy a horseback ride through the African Bush, taking place through parts of the National Park you can enjoy seeing some of Africa's wildlife such as giraffe, buffalo, and buck while on the back of a horse, rides also go along the banks of The Zambezi River. Novice and experienced riders are catered for.
Crocodile farm tour – Gwembe Crocodile Farm houses a large amount of captured crocodiles, including some of Livingstone's most notorious man-eaters. The Farm also has a collection of Zambia's most dangerous venomous snakes.
Cultural Village tour – The local Livingstone Chief, Chief Mukuni, encourages visitors to his village, home to some 7,000 Leya people, to gain valuable knowledge of how an African village is run and the day-to- day routines of the people who live there. A headman will escort you around the village, available to answer any questions you may have, he will show you how traditional huts are made and decorated, as well as explaining village politics.
Chobe Game Park, Botswana safari – You will be picked up from your accommodation and transferred to the Kazungula border post which is approximately a 45 minute drive. On reaching the border, you will be helped through immigration and taken by speedboat across the river to Kasane in Botswana and through immigration again. From here you will be taken off on a 3 hour game cruise, lunch will then be at one of the lodges in Chobe which consists of a buffet. After lunch you will then go on a 3 hour game drive and are then returned to the border for transfer back to Livingstone, arrive back at hotel at approximately 18.00 hours.
Abseil – Based above the Batoka gorges only 3km from Victoria Falls, Abseil Zambia provides full or half day excursions or single activities. Experience 111 metres of pure adrenalin based on the Victoria Falls Bridge, the Bungee jump, gorge swing and cable slide can certainly be classed as the most scenic in the world. Not for the faint hearted! The full or half day excursions include all of the following activities: – gorge swing, abseil, rap jumping and flying fox. On the full day they can do these activities more than once.
Quad bikes – Discover the spectacular landscapes surrounding Livingstone and the Batoka Gorge on all-terrain quad bikes, catering for either novice or experienced rider. Under the supervision of a qualified guide, clients can get to experience the amazing views and wildlife of the area. Quad bike trips vary from bush track riding, experiencing local village life and Quad bike eco safaris.
Helicopter rides – Both short and long flights are available (approximately 15 and 30 minutes). The short flight circuits over The Falls, offering superb views from every angle. The long flight goes over the gorge below The Falls, skimming above the rapids of the Zambezi River and then once out of the gorge the flight circuits The Falls and finishes off by flying over the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park in the hope of spotting some of Africa's big game such as elephant and rhino.
Upper Zambezi raft float – The raft float activity takes place on the Upper Zambezi River (as for canoeing) above Victoria Falls, Zambia, ideal for groups who want something a little calmer than the extremes of the white water rafting.
Jet boat – Experience the exhilarating jet boat ride in the lower gorges of the Zambezi River, based at rapid 25. The boat is a custom built, super twin, 22-seater 700 HP jet boat and provides a thrilling ride – buzzing rocks, jet spinning and crashing through the huge rapids of the mighty Zambezi. There is also a cable car in and out of the gorge which makes the activity easily accessible to varying ages and abilities.
Victoria Falls river safaris – The unique propeller-free safari boats will take you to remote places that no other craft can reach, allowing for close-up game viewing as well as experiencing the wide, winding river, the myriad of islands and narrow channels above the Falls.
Fishing safaris – Angle Zambia provides fishing excursions on the upper Zambezi River. Try your hand at catching the renowned tiger fish while enjoying an abundance of wildlife.
Royal Livingstone Express – Guests receive the ultimate fine dining experience going back in time to the age of steam train travel. Luxury steam train dining as you travel on the historic Mulobezi Railway line or the Bridge run, formerly one of the largest private rail networks in the world
River Boarding – Safari Par Excellence's dedication to river boarding is part of their commitment to being the white water specialists of the Zambezi. The trip is a mixture of river boarding and white water rafting.
Golfing – Play at the Livingstone Royal Golf Club. The club has a distinctive Edwardian clubhouse with a beautiful veranda that includes a restaurant and club bar overlooking the course.
Lion Encounter – Experience the rare opportunity of being able to walk, interact and observe the lions as you help in the pre-release training for the cubs.
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SAFARI PAR EXCELLENCE. It’s more than just a great location.
Unforgettable adventures happen in Africa. This is an unavoidable consequence for a continent with such diversity of wildlife and vegetation, landscape, and culture. Africa foams with vibrance and sound, colour, and texture. It is a sensuous smorgasbord of activities and opportunity and when adventure beckons from every direction the weathered traveller and the newcomer alike, can find themselves paralysed and unable to decide which direction to go.
It explains how, in every great tale involving Africa, whether the hero is Alan Quartermaine or Tarzan, there is always a guide to lead them. To help navigate them to the right path to meet their destiny. Nowhere defines this better than the Zambezi. The Zambezi’s beauty comes from its age and its fierce nature, translated from the language of the Tonga to “Great River”, it has diligently carved Victoria Falls, one of the world’s great natural wonders. Even in the river’s quieter areas, it humbles those who dare to challenge its waters, reminding us that these currents have no master. Only those brave enough to ride them.
Based in Livingstone, on the waters of the Zambezi about three kilometres (1.86 miles) from the Victoria Falls, Safari Par Excellence are intimately acquainted with the waters and the surrounding land. Considering that the river and the falls have attracted people and wildlife for centuries, it’s unsurprising that a company specialising in adventures would continually expand their horizons. Offering game drives, cultural tours, culinary experiences, river tours and white-water rafting, this team of passionate guides and tour creators have made it their business to know this slice of Africa.
After speaking with Cara Egan, sales, and marketing head for the company, it is apparent that what makes Safari Par Excellence unique is not entirely down to the enviable location, but mostly with the people in the team.
“Apart from the location, the team involved create a sense of uniqueness that has always made us stand out in the ever more populated safari market,” Cara explains, “They are efficient and dedicated which is great for business but furthermore they are a deeply committed, friendly family of people working together with a love for what we do. This translates directly into the customer experience.”
WHAT MAKES A GREAT SAFARI?
A good safari can be made from a good location. And there is no doubt that Livingstone offers a spectacular one filled not only with the life-giving waters of the Zambezi, but the wildlife that fringe its waters along the banks. However, a great safari comes from knowing how to find those unique once-in-a-lifetime chances to see or experience something special. This can only come from a passion and a willingness to be surprised and go with the flow.
“The only time safaris look alike is when they’re on paper,” Cara reveals, “So flexibility is important, and our guides are always on their toes and alert to any opportunities for something exciting. Which often finds them before they find it.”
The team currently includes over 150 people from office, lodge, and restaurant staff to guides and drivers and the attitude people bring to the job is as important as the work they do. This has been the case since the company was founded in 1988 by Steve McCormick & Graham Nel who are both still involved. Steve is a graduate from Wits university with a passion for adventure and wildlife and started leading canoeing safaris on the Lower Zambezi in 1988. Graham joined the Waterfront in 1999 and then as MD to oversee the accommodation operation as well as all activities provided by Safari Par Excellence in the mid 2000’s. Over the years they have continued to expand the business into new areas, widening the range of opportunities to open Africa to a wider selection of the international community.
Guests and visitors are in good hands, Cara assures us, pointing out that the staff training is coordinated and regularly updated. Every two years, the raft guides, who handle the white-water rafting, complete their International Rafting Federation Accreditation. While all guides and Lodge Staff also update their First Aid training on the same timeframe. In the lodge and restaurant, the staff chefs and servers go through periodic refreshers on cooking and wine to make sure they are up to date with culinary trends.
VICTORIA FALLS WATERFRONT
Convenience and flexibility are high value attributes in tourism and Victoria Falls Waterfront, which is owned and operated by Safari Par Excellence, offers guests an ideal base from which to depart and return from the various activities around Livingstone. The lodge boasts two sparkling swimming pools (a ‘must have’ for anyone visiting the region), free Wi-Fi, sunset cruises, a vibrant river-side bar and restaurant, secure parking and is the launching point for many of the river experiences.
THE ELEPHANT CAFÉ
A signature experience at The Victoria Falls that never fails to excite, The Elephant Café Experience has three important-to-mention tiers that would make all travellers to Africa a little giddy. A jetboat, an elephant interaction and an all-inclusive dining experience.
Authenticity is important to the team and has been part of Safari Par Excellence since ‘88. Over the years, the business has witnessed and navigated many changes and this commodity of being real has always been one of their guiding lights. Especially in today’s market where there have been noticeable changes in booking behaviours and expectations.
Cara says that these trends fall into two main categories for her. Booking culture and activities. Firstly, there are greater expectations from guests. Lodge guests expect and demand strong, reliable Wi-Fi, generous breakfasts and beds that are, as a base line standard, more comfortable than the ones they have at home. They also want it all sooner.
“A last-minute booking culture has become prevalent,” she reveals, “With many platforms supporting this, where travellers wait until the last possible minute to make bookings. It’s a sign of how fast technology is moving, and we must adapt to keep up. But this is Africa, we know how to adapt.”
As for the activities, there is a greater appreciation for immersion into a location and a dwindling interest in commercial experiences. Clients want to feel involved and engaged and are more interested in the sorts of places that locals visit where they can seek out local culture and flavour.
“Zambia likes to surprise you every year and we’ve been at this for three and a half decades,” Cara says, “Each year there is something else that happens that we weren’t expecting, so there are many opportunities for client engagement and immersion into all that makes this country wild.”
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Based at The Victoria Falls Waterfront, the cruise goes along the river boundary of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park. From the boat, sightings of wildlife coming down to the river to drink are common.There are also abundant hippos, crocodiles and birdlife. An experienced guide accompanies each cruise and has good knowledge on the wildlife and local history of the area.
BOATS • Makumbi – maximum 100 clients, double-decker with open sided top level and enclosed lower level (with open windows). • Mambushi – maximum 20, double-decker with small open viewing platform on top level, open sided lower level. • Dry Hire of the boats is available on request for private functions