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A Beach and Bush Family Safari in Kenya

A beach and bush family safari is possibly the best bet at making sure that everyone has a memorable time together on holiday. As the festive season approaches so too does winter in the Northern Hemisphere, which is a pretty …

Photo Blog: Uganda’s Wildlife by National Park

From mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to the tree climbing lions of Queen Elizabeth National Park (and a whole lot more to be found in between), Uganda offers a thrilling adventure that is great for wildlife safari enthusiasts of all …

World Rhino Day: Featuring Kenya’s Rhinos

This World Rhino Day, we journey to East Africa to find out about the status of Kenya’s rhino population as well as the various organisations working to keep this magnificent yet incredibly vulnerable species alive. According to the World Wildlife …

Wild Zambia in the Lower Zambezi National Park

Journey on a safari in one of Zambia’s most picturesque, relatively unexplored and wildlife-rich destinations, the Lower Zambezi National Park. Exceptional ecosystems and the wildlife they support flourish along the mighty Zambezi River, which begins its journey high in the …

Photo Blog: Botswana Wildlife in Black & White

If you’re going on a wildlife safari in Botswana, don’t zip up your bag before packing your camera! Whether captured in colour or black and white like the images below, Botswana is an utterly enchanting destination for photographers of any skill level: …

Solo Safaris for Women

A safari in Africa might just be the perfect idea for your next solo travel trip. Solo safaris are about experiencing Africa on your own terms and staying true to your traveling style while making lifelong memories. Here are five …

The Elephants of Amboseli

Africa’s iconic quadrupeds are to be found in impressively large numbers in one of Kenya’s most popular game viewing destinations, Amboseli National Park. Covering almost 400 sq. km of the greater Amboseli ecosystem and set against Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro, …

Game Reserve vs National Park – What’s the Difference?

What’s in a name, you ask? Well, when it comes to planning your dream safari in Africa, knowing the differences between a game reserve and national park is an important part of making this experience come true. Game Reserve Privately-owned …

World Ranger Day: The Heroes of Wildlife Protection

Take a moment this World Ranger Day, to pause and reflect on the incredible and sometimes fatal sacrifice that rangers in Africa’s wilderness make each time they step out into the bush. World Ranger Day is held annually on 31 …

Photo Blog: Southern Carmine Bee-eaters Return to Zambia

Next month, Zambia will once again see the arrival of thousands of winged beauties that annually paint the sky, bushes and riverbanks of the South Luangwa in dazzling pinks, greens and blues – these are the southern carmine bee-eaters. Every …