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Graham Simmonds enjoys an eye-opening experience at Jabulani School, getting involved in everything from gardening duties to reading lessons …

10 fascinating facts about the Great Wildebeest Migration

Learn about the amazing annual Great Migration that sees 1.5 million wildebeest travel over 800km in search of greener pastures.

The leopards of Kilimatonge in Tanzania

A jam packed safari in Tanzania with leopards, lions and plenty of wildlife.

A library for the children in South Luangwa National Park

Marula lodge in Zambia have opened a library for the local children to learn about the wildlife in South Luangwa

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The beauty of the Busanga plains

It has been a year since I visited the Busanga Plains and whilst the area is moderately drier than last year, the abundance and diversity of bird and mammal life [...]

A walking safari at the Island Bush Camp

A memorable walking safari at Island Bush Camp, in the near-untouched wilderness of South Luangwa.

Safety first at Madikwe game reserve

Guests at Madikwe have to prove themselves to conduct walking safaris.

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It’s Really Heating Up! Linyanti and Savute Channel Update

While the Savute Channel may have dried, game viewing remains as intriguing as ever and is nothing short of spectacular…

Voices of Botswana: the female guide

By Roxanne Reid. Gobe Motshidisi is part of Chobe Game Lodge’s team of 16 women who are professional guides. Some people also refer to them as the Chobe Angels. How [...]

Unexpected predators in Kasanka’s bat season

Predatory birds take advantage of the Kasanka Bat Migration, the biggest wildlife migration in the world.

The science behind why safari babies are cute

Showcasing the cute wildlife that you can witness while on safari in Africa.

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Showering under an Apple Leaf Tree

Egyptian geese flew in moving pictures above me, homebound in soft golden light. The sun hugged me just enough for me to peel off my dust-covered clothes, settle them in a nearby bush, [...]

Horseback safari guides with the cowgirls of Africa

Introducing the Pearl of horseback guiding at Ant’s hill and Ant’s Nest bush homes.

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Retracing the Savute Channel

Mike Myers takes a look at the remarkable Savute Channel and the many different changes that have taken place from his early days of guiding to its current state.

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A Pachyderm Tea Party

The logpile hide at Little Makalolo is simple yet brilliant and definitely thrilling.

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Astounding Cheetah Kill at Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp

Kai Collins, Group Conservation Manager for Wilderness Safaris, recently visited Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp and had an amazing sighting of a cheetah kill in the last light of the day. [...]

Safari for two at Ngoma Lodge in Chobe, Botswana

By Roxanne Reid. Getting a safari guide to ourselves means we can indulge our interest in plants and stop to watch small creatures like lizards and birds. So we punched [...]

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A Sweeter Safari: The Perfect Crème Brûlée

We have another mouthwatering dessert for you to try.

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The sweeter side of safari

How to Make the Perfect Chocolate Soufflé. Freedom Nxele shares his delicious recipe…

Voices of Botswana: the cub whisperer

By Roxanne Reid. Every safari lover worth her salt wants to spend time in Botswana’s Okavango Delta. The landscape is beautiful, with water channels, floodplains and mokolane palms. The wildlife [...]