The Greatest Wildlife spectacle on the planet. Thats really the only way to explain this safari, and unless you’ve seen it for yourself, it’s almost impossible to describe the vastness, numbers, smells, sounds and overall [...]

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Hwange Walking Safari Kicks Off

Themba Sibanda elaborates on our introductory Hwange Walking Safari, which takes in the wildlife abundance of the private Linkwasha Concession

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Chitabe Wild Dog Pack Goes from Strength to Strength

Fascinating behaviour is being displayed by the resident wild dog pack at Chitabe

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How to Dress For Winter on Safari

Marian Myers, seasoned safari goer, shares her tips for keeping warm on a safari. Read her packing list suggestions for how to dress for winter in the bush.

On a photo safari in Madikwe

Hone your photography skills under the guidance of Andrew Aveley at Jaci’s Lodges.

360 4K VR Video of Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Tutored photo safari on the Chobe River, Botswana

By Roxanne Reid ‘Incoming on the right! Here it comes.’ Six people swivelled on their chairs and pointed their cameras in the same direction, trying to find the bird in [...]

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Wilderness Safaris’ Namibia Water-Saving Campaign

Namibia is experiencing its driest year in more than 50 years and to encourage all our staff at head office to be aware of this, not only at their own [...]

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A Human-Wildlife Tragedy: Namibia’s Desert Lions

Today, just three days after celebrating World Lion Day on 10 August, we mourn the lives of three desert-adapted lions killed this week after being poisoned in a Namibian human-wildlife [...]

A day trip to Pilanesberg

At just a couple of hours’ drive from Johannesburg, a day out in Pilanesberg proves to offer a wonderful break from the city.

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Discovering Ancient Artefacts on a Namib Safari

Namibia Guide Trainer Johan Fourie visited the countrys north-western area last week and made some fascinating discoveries and observations on some unexpected items of interest

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Thrilling Wildlife Along the Savute Channel

Without a doubt the Savute Channel is producing some of the most amazing game-viewing in years. If the next few lines and photographs dont do the channel some justice then [...]

The do’s and don’ts of taking young kids on safari

With a little planning you can create some lasting memories on a family safari with your young children. Here’s how.

The safari magic of Murchison Falls

Situated in the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley, Murchison Falls National Park is undoubtedly one of the country’s natural highlights.

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Cattle Herder to Professional Guide: Meet Alex Tembwe Mazunga

From cattle herder to professional guide, find out the wonderful story of Alex Mazunga – Wilderness Safaris Exploration Guide.

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The Kapinga Female

Twice we took the road that leads behind Kapinga Island to go and find cheetah. A new coalition has been spotted recently, but they are still quite skittish…

Idube Safari Highlights #419: 01 – 04 July 2016 (Latest Sightings) (4K Video)
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The Stillness of Dawn

Marian reflects on an early morning on safari while at Busanga Bush Camp in Zambia’s Kafue National Park… Remote, vast and wild.

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How To Pack For Kids on Safari

How to pack for children on safari the ultimate winter packing list…

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The most memorable dining experience (Thanks to ‘Uncle Bob’)

A memorable bush dining experience to top off our guests stay at Ruckomechi Camp is always a date with Chef Bob Dzawanda, aka Uncle Bob.