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News and Blogs

Michele travels through northern Tanzania – July 2018

I have returned from a whirlwind trip of Northern Tanzania with a renewed enthusiasm for this diverse destination! I first visited this area in 2006 on a group educational visiting the highlights of the... Read More

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Julia travels to Zambia – June 2018

  I have just returned from an absolutely stunning two weeks in Zambia, visiting two different safari areas; the Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa National Parks. Not only are these areas scenically... Read More

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Joe travels to Victoria Falls and Botswana – June 2018

It was great to be returning to southern Africa and there is nothing more iconic to me than the Zambezi River. It was great to catch a glimpse out of the plane window as I landed into Livingstone, Zambia. My... Read More

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Mary into the land of the Kalahari – June 2018

  Not only is Botswana incredibly beautiful, it also offers a wonderful variety of habitats varying from the arid Kalahari sands to the watery wonder world of the Okavango Delta plus a whole raft... Read More

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Frances explores northern Kruger and Mashatu – May 2018

  Always listen to your guide. One of the golden rules of a walking safari, or any safari for that matter, but particularly pertinent when it’s just you, your walking shoes and your guide out on... Read More

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Joe explores the southern Cape – April 2018

It was roughly a year since I had last been to South Africa, this time I flew to Cape Town to visit areas of the Cape I had missed previously. On arrival into Cape Town Airport on the direct overnight... Read More

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Julia visits South Africa’s Garden Route and Eastern Cape Game Reserves – April/May 2018

  After the thick snow and freezing temps brought on by the ‘Beast from the East’ this UK winter I was more than ready to pack my bags and head once again to the warmer climes that beckoned in... Read More

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Rob’s family adventure to Kenya and Seychelles – April 2018

  As we circled over the sweeping green plains of the Mara North Conservancy, my two boys (Edward, 11yrs and James, 9 yrs) were pointing avidly out their respective windows. ‘Giraffe’ says one,... Read More

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Michele travels back to Uganda – March, 2018

  Uganda is perhaps best known for its primates and in particular the famous Mountain Gorillas. Nothing quite beats that feeling of seeing your first gorilla in the wild, but the country has so much... Read More

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Frances travels to Mauritius – March, 2018

Mauritius is a beautiful tropical island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, accessed easily with direct flights from the UK or from either Nairobi or Johannesburg, making it an easy post-safari beach destination... Read More

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