News and Blogs

News and Blogs

Serengeti Highway controversy update

It is being reported that plans for the proposed Serengeti Highway, which was due to split the famous National Park in two, have been shelved by the Tanzanian Government.  Read More →

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South Luangwa Conservation Society&#39s latest newsletter

As supporters of SLCS, we’re happy to spread the word about their great work in Zambia’s South Luangwa. Read their latest newsletter here.  Read More →

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Snow in the desert

Reports just in of a dusting of snow on the edge of the Namib Desert near Solitaire yesterday. Bemused zebra were seen trying to graze. Namibia has had its fair share of strange weather this year with... Read More

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Uganda Wildlife Department reduces gorilla permit fees

The Uganda Authorities announced recently a US$150.00 reduction to the cost of gorilla permits for those travelling during the months of March, April, May, October and November. Permits will now cost US$350.00... Read More

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British Airways and UNITE strike a deal

Good news this week is that British Airways and the UNITE union have struck a deal which will end the long running industrial dispute which has caused so much inconvenience over the last few years. Back... Read More

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Safari Telegraph December 2010

Mpumalanga – land of the Kruger and Dragon Mountains, Land of a Thousand Hills & Kenya’s Meru National Park. Click here to download.  Read More →



Safari Telegraph September 2010

Great drives around the Fairest Cape, Comparing the meerkats, The ultimate flying safari. Click here to download.  Read More →



Safari Telegraph January 2010

In this edition, read about the mighty Zambezi River, chimp trekking in Mahale and walking in the Masai Mara amongst other snippets. Click here to download.  Read More →

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Safari Telegraph September 2009

In this edition, we focus on The Okavango Delta, one of Africa’s greatest treasures. Bill visits Gorongosa. Rob steps back in time in the Luangwa Valley. Sayari Mara Camp. Canoeing the Selinda and much... Read More