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The lions of Hwange continue to keep us enthralled with their movements. Mike and Marian report back on their recent visit…

Meet Rob and Ingrid Baas, GMs of Bisate Lodge

Kate Collins chats to Rob and Ingrid Baas, incoming General Managers for our newest lodge Bisate in Rwanda. Our Zambian and Namibian guests might recall meeting them in the Kafue [...]

Save up to 54% on South African national parks book

By Roxanne Reid. It’s February, the month of love. And because I love South Africa’s national parks and wild spaces, I’m offering a special price countdown deal on my e-book A [...]

Magic in the sands of Desert Rhino Camp

There’s magic to be found even in the most seemingly barren places on earth. Cayley Christos experiences one such magic moment during her visit to Desert Rhino Camp in Namibia. [...]

Mating leopards in a tree

Deon de Villiers has all the luck. Find out about his most recent sighting of two leopards mating at Mombo Camp.

8 best things to do on safari in Botswana

​By Roxanne Reid. Landlocked in the heart of Southern Africa, Botswana is one of the most diverse safari experiences on the continent. Every day will reveal something new and thrilling. [...]

A safari addiction explained

Why does the soul long for the African Bush? What is it that keeps us returning time and time again? Africa, a continent so rich in diversity. A land of [...]

Magical Mana Pools: a photographer’s paradise

Mana Pools is definitely one of Africa’s most unique travel and photo destinations. Already many years ago, this spectacular national park in Hwange, Zimbabwe has been designated a World Heritage [...]

LondoYogi: Yoga in the wild at Londolozi

Aside from the yoga, the highlights of my stay at Londolozi, as hard as it is to choose, were the leopard sightings. Londolozi has a reputation for its leopards and [...]

Disconnecting on Safari: Why we do it

The Wi-Fi debate… Why we choose to disconnect on safari and reconnect with nature. Ilana Stein weighs up the pros and cons of having Wi-Fi connectivity in the wilderness.

Buffalo and wild dogs: a meeting against all odds

What started out as a normal social gathering of the wild dog pack prior to a hunt, with all the regular cat and mouse chases to warm and stretch the [...]

This is: Kruger National Park

Arguably one of the largest and most famous Game Reserves in Africa, Kruger National Park has become a hub for many photographers and wildlife enthusiasts.  Situated in the Northeastern part [...]

Wilderness a History of Sustainable Ecotourism

Wilderness Safaris had its formal beginnings in Botswana in 1983. Two experienced overland safari guides, Colin Bell and Chris McIntyre, had been working in the remote, wilderness reaches of the [...]

The Waiting Game Lesson 1

When you’re too lazy for the chase, you resort to group digging. While you dig, your sister watches over you, then she pokes her head into the hole and tells [...]

Mating ritual of a Red-Crested Korhaan

“Have you ever seen Red-Crested Korhaan mating? This guy put up quite a show to impress his lady as well as the crowd in the game drive vehicle …”

Rhino Calf Rescue

When you go through all the effort of relocating a breeding nucleus of a critically endangered species, it follows that you would pull out all the stops to try and [...]

The Battle between the impala and python

An early morning game drive delivered an incredible sighting for Kings Pool guests who came across a python in the process of strangling a young impala ram.

Symphony of the wild

Ilana Stein reflects on a night spent under open skies at Ruckomechi Camp …

Being part of the pack

Being part of the pack is exactly how we felt during our quick two-hour drive at Xigera Camp this morning.

360 Degree Wildlife in the Linyanti

Besides the Okavango Delta, one of the most remarkable phenomena of the natural world, there is a neighbouring mini-delta system that flows from the Kwando and Linyanti Rivers into northern [...]