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South Luangwa’s green season is astonishing and is the perfect time to go on safari!

Wande Coal x DJ Tunez – Iskaba (Dance Video)
Less Is More! Keep It Simple!

How do you classify a good image? Is it the more you cram into the frame the better the image? OR Is it the less there is in the frame [...]

Those poop balls – the ecology of dung beetles

Understanding the ecology of dung beetles and why they are vitally important to the environment.

My “Ideal Day”. In Africa.

Jambo rafiki! 🙂 Imagine if you could REALLY “live” the life you’ve always dreamed of. Seriously, think about it?! While this may sound like pure “hocus pocus” magic, what if [...]

Photoseries: early morning playtime for hyena cubs

A mother hyena gets an early morning wake up call from her cubs.

STEM and The African Continent of Hidden Figures

Mentoring girls and women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is, no doubt, viewed as one of the most central pillars for equitable and secure sustainable future of Africa. [...]

Use Different Focal Lengths

Can you tell me what your weaknesses are when it come to your photography? I can list mine but today I will only discuss one. This is my lack of [...]

15 things to do near Knysna on the Garden Route

By Roxanne Reid. There’s so much to see and do in and around Knysna that you couldn’t fit it all into a single post. I’m going to focus on the [...]

Damaraland Camp: A Revolutionary Community Conservancy Model

Set in the Huab River Valley you’ll find one of our favourite wilderness areas in Namibia. Damaraland Camp is not only about beautiful scenery and wildlife. It’s a living success [...]

Ruiterbosch Lodge Country Accommodation Ruiterbos (Garden Route, South Africa)
Ghanaian women at the heart of social enterprise

On 7th January 2017, Nana Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), was sworn in as the 5th elected president of the Republic of Ghana. Upon a manifesto centred around [...]

The tribes of Tanzania

Some of Tanzania’s tribes are better known than others – so let’s take a very quick tour of Tanzania’s most famous tribes.

Africa’s Next Generation of Conservation Leaders
Wildlife protection: the emergence of intelligence-led policing

Intelligence-led policing (ILP) is increasingly promoted, but is it the most effective method of wildlife protection?

Accept Criticism

If I must say so myself, it is so great to be part of such a wonderful team here at Wild Eye! A team with loads of experience. A team [...]

What’s Cooking in the Delta? Savoury Summertime Recipes

While the summer season is not yet over in our camps, Freedom Nxele, our Botswana Premier Chef Trainer, is hard at work to bring wonderful new recipes to our menus [...]

5 ways to see wildlife on an African safari

Traditionally, when one took an African safari, the only way to view wildlife was on a game drive. Today there are more options for game viewing.

The Wildlife Photography Podcast – Episodes 1 to 6

Our goal at Wild Eye is to change the way our guests and clients see the world! This goes for both the way in which we manage our private guided and [...]

Ever Heard Of Radial Blur?

Throughout the years of guiding I’ve noticed when photographers are happy and excited to get out into the field and when they are feeling that they should have had a [...]