​By Roxanne Reid. It’s frustrating to be locked out of the fun to be had at Sossusvlei in Namibia. But that’s what happens if you stay at campsites or lodges outside the gates into the [...]

Lamu Town: A place forgotten by time on Africa’s coast

The charming town of Lamu in Kenya is one of Africa’s oldest and most authentic places, and has so much to offer for the intrepid traveller.

Golden Light: What to look out for

Whether you’ve been photographing for many years or just purchased a new camera, golden light is something that we’ve either heard about or seen in different images. We are always [...]

New research questions assumptions about bushmeat hunting in the Global South

As much as 150 million rural households across the Global South may be involved in bushmeat hunting, new studies led by the University of Copenhagen find. Hunting is prevalent in [...]

Learn all about African wildlife with WildlifeCampus

WildlifeCampus is a FGASA Endorsed, International Online Virtual Campus. We offer a wide variety of Guiding, Wildlife-related, Natural Science and Ecotourism Courses, covering the spectacular diversity of life found on [...]

10 reasons to visit the Serengeti in Tanzania on safari

By Roxanne Reid. The famous Serengeti National Park is one of Africa’s most classic safari destinations and it’s no surprise why; it’s home to the Big Five, about 500 bird [...]

What Is The Best Camera/Lens To Use On Safari?

Probably one of the most frequently asked questions; “What is the best camera to use on safari?” To be quite honest, the best camera to have is the one you [...]

360 Video of The Himba tribe, Namibia
360 Video of Stellenbosch, South Africa
Artificial intelligence in Africa

Image by Inmortal Producciones. Artificial intelligence (AI) was named over 60 years ago by a scientist called John McCarthy from Dartmouth College. It is now part of the fourth industrial [...]

360 Video of Tsitsikamma Suspension Bridge – South Africa
A Collection of Memorable Moments

There are two reasons that I considered myself to be both blessed and privileged during my days as a lodge-based safari guide. Firstly, I got to wake up on a [...]

360 Video of Valley of Desolation, Graaff-Reinet – South Africa
Growing As A Photographer

Something that I have found that comes up quite often lately is, how do I grow as a photographer? How do I become a better photographer? Well, there is no [...]

Stadsaal Caves and San rock paintings in the Cederberg

​By Roxanne Reid. The Cederberg Wilderness Area just 200km north of Cape Town is a place to feel the fresh mountain air on your face, hear the call of birds and enjoy [...]

360 Video of Monks Cowl Hiking Trail, Drakensberg – South Africa
360 Video of Game drives with The Bushcamp Company, Zambia
Sociable weaver nests and their ecological importance

Sociable weaver nests are regarded as ecologically important for providing shelter and shade to a large diversity of birds and other fauna.

Guest Blog: The Kruger Experience – Private vs National Park

Private concession vs. Kruger National Park: A personal experience After taking part in the Wild Eye Kruger Photo Safari hosted by Johan van Zyl this August (see Johan’s blog post [...]

360 Video of Elephant sightings with Bushcamp Company – Zambia

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