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Shhh! We’ll let you in on a little secret. Two little secrets, in fact. You’ll already know that Zanzibar is a tropical paradise – but it’s not Tanzania’s only one. There are two others: Pemba [...]

Mara Expedition Camp’s safari style, Maasai Mara

By Roxanne Reid. Sometimes Africa whispers softly, revealing her secrets with slow subtlety. And sometimes she bellows and whacks you in the face with her wild bravado. We got a [...]

Have You Tried Rim Lit Photography?

The beauty of very early morning or nighttime photography is that one can get very creative with the low light and deep shadows that is available. One thing I always [...]

How to Photograph a River Crossing

People often think that the more subjects you have to photograph the easier it is.  On the contrary, it’s way more difficult and this is never more evident than when [...]

The Klipspringer and The Starling

During the recent Exclusive Amboseli and Tsavo Photo safari in Kenya our group witnessed some interesting interaction between two of the most unlikely species. Red-winged Starlings and Klipspringer. It was [...]

The BIG LIE about lion trophy hunting

The trophy hunting of Africa’s wild, free roaming lions is not sustainable and has to stop.

10 reasons to visit ol Donyo in Kenya’s Chyulu Hills

​By Roxanne Reid. Visit the Chyulu Hills in south-eastern Kenya and you’ll discover an Imax-view of rolling green hills, golden plains and black volcanic soil, herds of Masaai giraffe, buffalo [...]

The unspoilt wilderness of Dzanga-Sangha Special Reserve

CAR’s Dzanga-Sangha Special Reserve is one of Africa’s last vestiges of unexplored wilderness and a place definitely worth visiting.

Tackling Mount Nyiragongo

To better understand why anyone would want to climb an active volcano, some members of our Wild Frontiers team tackled Mount Nyiragongo in the DR Congo.

15 facts about Swakopmund’s dunes and desert creatures

By Roxanne Reid. Think the sand dunes outside Swakopmund in Namibia are barren? Join Tommy Collard on a Living Desert Tour and he’ll prove that every patch of sand is a [...]

5 Things to do in Dar es Salaam

Home to over 4 million people, Dar es Salaam is a fusion of African, Arab and European influences and worth a long stopover, at the very least.

Tips For Shooting Black & White

When out in the field, I know from MANY previous experiences, one can get very overwhelmed and extremely excited when you suddenly bump into a leopard or maybe that animals [...]

Day drive to Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya

​By Roxanne Reid. I love road trips and I love wildlife. So when I get a chance to combine the two, I’m there in a heartbeat. Here’s what went down [...]

Go Plastic Free with WWF South Africa

WWF South Africa is working to prevent plastic pollution in our oceans through greater education and awareness among consumers and by developing easy-to-use tools to help consumers make responsible decisions [...]

Northern Zambia: A water wonderland

Northern Zambia is one of nature’s best kept secrets. Sacred, mysterious and beautiful, the rivers cascade in fabulous displays of falling water; remote, uncommercialised, yet truly spectacular. With about 10 [...]

Saving the cycads from poaching

Cycads are one of the most endangered species on this planet, it’s time we educate ourselves on how to save them from extinction.

Loldia House on Lake Naivasha in Kenya’s Rift Valley

​By Roxanne Reid. There’s something romantic about Lake Naivasha, whether covered in mist or loud with the calls of African fish-eagles. Farms produce beautiful roses on the southern side and [...]

10 Top things to experience at Uganda’s Lake Bunyonyi

With its scenic environs, cool weather and numerous fascinating little islands, Lake Bunyonyi in south-west Uganda has been well marked as a great spot to relax and chill out, and [...]

Malawi’s conservation success story

With the relocation of 250 more elephants currently underway, and a series of more conservation initiatives in the pipeline, Malawi certainly is an excellent example of how well conservation can [...]

Raise of Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Permits a direct Boost for Gorilla Conservation?

The Rwanda Development Board’s (RDB) decision to double price of Rwanda gorilla permits from USD 750 to USD1500 has been received with mixed feelings from local and international tour operators, [...]