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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 ready for a full day [...]

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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 [...]

Breathing new life into Chad’s Zakouma National Park

Breathing new life into Zakouma National Park has taken a great amount of time, energy and effort, but the rewards are slowly beginning to show. Part of this new lease [...]

Magic Moments on the Busanga Plains

Out of the thickness of the silky mist echoed the yelps of side-striped jackal and the grunts of hippo still tucked into their watery cradles a truly lazy bunch of [...]

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… [...]

An Eye-Opening Flight over the Okavango Delta

Next time you’re in the Delta opt for a scenic and explore areas where man has never placed a foot, and the only footprints are from nature itself.

The Twitch of a Lifetime

When the news trickled through that a rare vagrant Ross’s Turaco was sitting on a fruit-bearing sycamore fig, we knew we were in with a decent chance…

Classic safari at Little Governors Camp, Maasai Mara

By Roxanne Reid. Imagine an unfenced safari camp just inside the famous Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. Now imagine luxury, delicious food and good wildlife sightings – both in [...]

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 [...]

Patience and Teamwork Pay Off for Crafty Kalahari Jackals

Kalahari Plains guide Teko TK Tiso couldn’t wait to fill us in on this extraordinary sighting while out on a drive with guests near our camp in Botswana’s Central Kalahari [...]

Is Madikwe the best malaria-free Big 5 safari experience?

The malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve in northern South Africa, is favored by those who want a Big 5 safari – but without the crowds sometimes associated with larger, more popular [...]

How to Photograph Elephants

Elephants are the largest land mammal on Earth, an unmistakable and thrilling characteristic, and within the environment they are considered the most influential ecosystem engineers among large mammals.

The Finest Hot Air Balloon Experience

Whilst one could categorise flights into scenic, wildlife, space etc. so as to not have a blanket approach, the Kafue hot air balloon experience ticks every box, which is why [...]

The Bounty of the Busanga Plains

Graham Simmonds explores the bountiful plains of Kafue National Park, enjoying all that the early season has to offer.

Live Guided: A Hunger for Life

Innocent is an inspiration to the world. You’re about to find out how – like him – you can “live guided” and become whatever it is that you want. « The [...]

Watching the Seasons Change at Ruckomechi

From one season to the next in Mana Pools, changes arrive, not only affecting the weather, the landscape and the general feel of the area but also the quality and [...]

The Pied Piper

Our excitement was thick in the darkness. We had planned a long full-day safari and were not 100 sure what to expect. Like little children we bounced with joy over [...]

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.

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 [...]

Brothers in Harm’s Way

Guests at Kings Pool recently witnessed incredible scenes from the banks of the Linyanti River. A sighting that showed that context is everything, that a king outside his kingdom can [...]