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News and Blogs

Safari Telegraph January 2012

Leopards, the Congo, South Sudan. Click here to download  Read More →

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South Luangwa Conservation Society moving forward in 2012

Read the SLCS’s latest newsletter here today.  Read More →



Lewa Conservancy, conservation in Kenya

Over the last two decades, the Lewa Conservancy in northern Kenya has gained prominence as one of the leading conservancies in Africa, especially in the conservation of black and white rhino. The last... Read More



Wildflowers and whales of South Africa

Not too many visitors venture to South Africa’s Cape region during the middle of winter, but for nature lovers, it’s a brilliant time to experience two widely contrasting events. The Southern... Read More



August rains and bewildered wildebeest

Four days of good August rain in Kenya’s Masai Mara has recently caused havoc amongst the migrating wildebeest herds as they struggle to decide on which side of the river the grass is greener. Constant... Read More

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Fascinating animals are Africa&#39s wild dogs

Every year towards the end of the rains, the Alpha female in a pack of African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) will seek out a suitable den in which to pup. After a gestation period of around 72 days, the pups... Read More

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British Birdwatching Fair, Rutland Water - 19, 20 and 21 August, 2011

Once again we will have a stand at the British Birdwatching Fair, held annually¬†at Rutland Water near Oakham. Please call at the stand, we’d be delighted to see you and have a chat about our African¬†holidays... Read More

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16 additional gorilla permits now available in Rwanda for August and September 2011

Due to the high demand for gorilla permits over the forthcoming months, the Rwanda Development Board and ORTPN (National Parks department) have added two further gorilla families which can be visited,... Read More

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Drought in the horn of Africa, including north-eastern Kenya

No doubt, many of you will have seen the dreadful reports of the famine developing in the horn of Africa, particularly in Somalia, eastern Ethiopia and north-eastern Kenya. We do keep in touch with local... Read More

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The Sudd, South Sudan’s own Okavango?

Congratulations to South Sudan, Africa’s youngest nation. After years of civil war, South Sudan finally got independence last Saturday and with it, the chance to open up for tourism. The Sudd, a... Read More

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