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Photographing Kills

This is often a heated topic amongst Safari goers. Should you photograph an animal being killed? We are often asked, why did you not help the animal? Think of it [...]

Safari thrills at Mara Expedition Camp, Maasai Mara

By Roxanne Reid. We woke in the dark to the sound of an elephant trumpeting and hyenas enjoying a pow-wow. We were at Mara Expedition Camp and we were getting [...]

Hanging out with elephants in Pendjari National Park

I put in a monster 16 hour day behind the wheel to drive the entire length of the country, from the beach at Chez Rada to within fifty miles of [...]

360 VR Video of Dragon Peaks Mountain Resort – Drakensberg Mountains
Talking Rhino PSA
S J Khosa – Mahlori Ya Londolozi – Transfrontier Park No.2 – Londolozi TV
360 VR Video of Nomad Africa Adventure Tours – Sossusvlei Dune 45, Namibia
Free access for National Parks Week in South Africa

From the 18th to 22nd September, 2017, South African National Parks (SANParks) will be offering free access to most of the 21 national park in South Africa for day visitors. [...]

Himba: Photographing from the shadows

In 2014, I visited a Himba group in the Kunene region in Namibia as a run-of-the-mill tourist with a guide, bringing gifts to the chief to be allowed into his [...]

360 VR Video of Ngoma Safari Lodges – Africa Albida Tourism, Botswana
Palmwag campsite: an oasis in Kunene, Namibia

By Roxanne Reid. Himba settlements. Desert-adapted black rhino, elephant and lions. Fierce 4×4 routes. Austere desert landscapes. And your gateway to all of this is Palmwag campsite, an oasis in [...]

The Zambezi River, nature’s seasonal roller coaster

If rivers are the earth’s renegades, then the Zambezi River is leading the revolution, defying gravity and singing the earth’s song.

Sharing is caring. “We bring travellers together on safari”.

In today’s Q&A session, it’s a privilege to welcome Elisa Droll, CEO of a fabulous new venture called Safarisharing. Jambo Elisa, habari gani? It’s lovely to connect. 🙂 Before getting [...]

Do you have the patience?

I believe that a trusting attitude and a patient attitude go hand in hand. Patience is not just about waiting for something; it’s about how you wait or your attitude [...]

A love story made in Tanzania

I dreamt of him, and of what would await me at his home, his boma, where he lived with his entire family. Nerve-wracking enough to visit your boyfriend’s home for [...]

Marine flatworms: The butterflies of the sea

Labelled the butterflies of the sea, we often ask ourselves why are marine flatworms so vibrantly coloured? Is it simply that they can be, therefore they are? Or is there [...]

The African animals that are bouncing back

Africa is home to some of the world’s best loved and most fascinating animals, with large predators that sweep the savannahs, huge herds of grazing herbivores and monkeys, apes and [...]

Mara Plains Camp: safari chic in Kenya’s Maasai Mara

By Roxanne Reid. You’re on safari in the Maasai Mara. You’ve already seen lions, elephants, wildebeest and zebra on your way to camp. Your head is buzzing and your pulse [...]

Mandundumela – A New Frontier for Game Water Supply By Mr B

Mandundumela is a unique and very remote area of Hwange. A chunk of land, untouched, wild and free where majestic camelthorns provide shade and comfort for the old elephant bulls… [...]



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