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A spokesman for Namibia’s Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has said that the country will not consider legalising the trade of rhino horns and elephant tusks.

Safety in Tanzania: 9 top tips for solo female travellers

We believe that the world is a safe place and that none of us, male or female, should let worry about safety stop us from exploring this beautiful world of [...]

Behind the Bike with Peter van Kets

There are a few people in life that go beyond being exceptional, breaking the boundaries of what we think is humanly possible and defying personal limits, living each day to [...]

Kolmanskop: why to visit Namibia’s ghost town

By Roxanne Reid. Diamonds so plentiful you could pluck them by the fistful off the open ground. And then they were gone. People lived and worked here, but the wind [...]

Planning Panning

When creating certain images, planning and knowing what it is that you are trying to create, is a major step to achieving your goal.  You need to know what it [...]

Its not all about big teeth and claws

I know myself! And I’m sure many of us alike. Mornings I wake up knowing I’m heading out into the field, camera in hand, I always think of getting that [...]

Video: Conservation ambassador and rugby player, David Pocock

Professional rugby player David Pocock, and his partner Emma, are ambassadors for Wild Ark. WildArk is closely linked to EcoTraining and together they aim to spread the message of conservation. [...]

How do you go about creating an image?

It is something that we get asked on many Photographic Safaris, “What do you think about before capturing an image”. Now this may differ from individual to individual, but here [...]

Soar in a hot air balloon over Sossusvlei in Namibia

By Roxanne Reid. It was cold there in the desert before dawn, our lips blue, noses pinched. But we didn’t mind. Wrapped in warm jackets and beanies, we were about [...]

5 Reasons to visit Doro Nawas Camp

Annabelle Venter shares five reasons to visit Doro Nawas Camp… Find out why this camp should be an obligatory stop on your Namibian safari.

The Ultimate Feast

It was July, still a relatively cool and pleasant time in the Luangwa Valley. The Inland water holes were just starting to dwindle and the animals were slowly but surely [...]

Desert Adapted Black Rhino of Namibia

As part of our Desert Wildlife of Namibia Safaris we spend 3 nights at the Desert Rhino Camp in the remote and expansive Palmwag Concession focussing on finding and photographing [...]

Kalahari Desert Dessert Treats

The key milestones are celebrated with food, the most pleasing of which is the high tea. It is actually the third meal of the day a totally decadent indulgence, which [...]

The thrill of a sunset drive in the Kgalagadi

​By Roxanne Reid. If you only have two or three days in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, you want to make the most of your time there. Going on a guided [...]

Baruch’s Coffee Shop – Mossel Bay (Garden Route, South Africa)
Always Make Sure You Have Enough Space On Your Cards

I had arrived back from my morning game drive and after breakfast began the daily chores of a camp manager. Before I knew it, it was time for a quick [...]

It’s all about the Wildlife

For many years I had dreamt of visiting a specific region of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, the holy grail of safari destinations, the birth place of safari as we know [...]

Visual Energy and Orientation in Wildlife Photography

One of the things that quite a few people seem to struggle with, but never really think about, is how the orientation you shoot in will affect composition and the [...]

African SWAG and Marketing and Branding

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” William Butler Yeats Students attending African higher education schools should be engaged in educational and leadership [...]

360 VR Video of andBeyond Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp, Kenya