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Scientists studying wild dogs in Botswana have found members of this endangered species use sneezes to vote on when the pack will move off and start hunting. Read more › The post Wild dogs vote [...]

Readers’ choice: 7 most popular African travel posts of 2017

​By Roxanne Reid. I’ve written more than 50 posts on this blog in 2017, covering travels to places as varied as South Africa’s West Coast, Karoo, Garden Route and Namaqualand, as [...]

2017’s Top 10 Wildlife Sightings – Compilation

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Disease prevention and management in Africa – Top killers are preventable

No continent has been harder hit than Africa when it comes to disease outbreak. Just this year alone, there has been cholera in Kenya and Zambia, the Marburg virus in [...]

Young cheetahs play with baby impala before killing it | Pilanesberg National Park

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Thank you for your support | The Lion Whisperer

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Dung beetle in 360 – Tornybush Hoedspruit

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Travel: Exploring southern Lake Malawi

Dubbed “The Lake of Stars” by David Livingstone – due to the way the light dances across the deep blue water during the day, and then reflects the twinkling stars [...]

An Unexpected Interaction: Zebra vs Tsessebe

Roger and Lesley Hills were staying at Chitabe Camp when they came across an unusual interaction between zebra and tsessebe. What happened next took everyone by complete surprise. [...]

Female Leopard Walk Past Vehicles- Londolozi TV

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Harmless aardwolf killed: The need for education

An unfortunate incident of mistaken identity where an aardwolf was misidentified as a hyena highlights the need for wildlife education. Read more › The post Harmless aardwolf killed: The need [...]

CITW Tri-Nations Camp at Mapungubwe National Park

An incredible Children in the Wilderness Tri-Nations camp kicked off on Tuesday 12 December, with children from Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe arriving at Little Muck Camp in Mapungubwe National [...]

The Earthy Inn: where to stay in Greyton in the Overberg

By Roxanne Reid. When we arrived to stay at The Earthy Inn in Greyton in the Overberg, an African hoopoe was bobbing around on the lawn looking for an afternoon [...]

Buffalo Flips a Sleeping Lion!

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Celebrating Rwanda’s Akagera National Park

My fascination with the Akagera National Park goes back to the years that I spent living in Tanzania. For one thing, I could never quite envisage a savannah park in [...]

Travel: Discovering the Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta comprises more than 15,000 km² of watery paradise – a lush wilderness of papyrus, impenetrable reed beds, grassy floodplains, tree-covered islands and a complex network of water [...]

Top 100 things to do in Kenya

If you want an adventure packed experience, then you have every reason to visit Kenya. With an unmatched wealth of game and over forty different cultures, Kenya will spoil you [...]

Pangolin trafficking: Research reveals new routes

A recent study has revealed that pangolin smugglers are constantly opening up new global trade routes every year to avoid law enforcement agencies. Read more › The post Pangolin trafficking: [...]

Let The Tiger Go – Courtesy of GoPro | The Lion Whisperer

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Lens Recommendations For The Kgalagadi

The Kgalagadi is one of Africa’s most unique safari destinations. The conditions here are very arid & during the dry season are absolutely brutal towards the animals who all trek [...]