News and Blogs

News and Blogs

Michele travels back to southern Tanzania – July, 2017

  Southern Tanzania’s Selous Game Reserve and Ruaha National Park have always held a special place in my heart.  In March 2005, my first educational with Safari Consultants was to explore these... Read More

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Frances discovers the safari havens of Zambia – June 2017

  There’s something about the light in Zambia that is so enchanting. Whether you’re gazing out over the wide Luangwa River at morning coffee with perpetual din of hippos echoing around you and... Read More

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Joe returns to explore Kenya – June 2017

  The end of June signalled a return to Kenya. This time to explore numerous regions that I missed on my previous trip with Michele. Again I flew out on the daylight British Airways flight and once... Read More

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Mary visits the tropical islands in the Seychelles – May 2017

  The Seychelles are composed of 115, mostly uninhabited islands, which are either coralline, granitic or simply expansive sand banks, but common to all are picture perfect beaches, photos of which... Read More

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Joe explores South African highlights – April 2017

  Having visited Cape Town previously as a backpacker, I was excited to see the city from a different perspective. I had previously acquainted Bree Street for food, Long Street for beer and Kloof... Read More

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Julia visits the Fairest Cape – April 2017

  I flew on the overnight British Airways direct flight from London to Cape Town (11.5 hours flying but the only airline doing the non-stop route from the UK) and was delighted to arrive to clear... Read More

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Mary explores Rwanda – March 2017

  A holiday to Rwanda is inevitably synonymous with seeing the magnificent mountain gorillas in the Parc des Volcans.  My recent trip however has shown that there is far more to the country... Read More

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Frances treks for gorillas – March 2017

  The feelings I experienced before my first gorilla trek in the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda were a complete mixture of excitement, anticipation, and eagerness with a few nerves mixed in for... Read More

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Julia covers northern Tanzania – March 2017

  One of the most impressive sights in northern Tanzania has to be the large and imposing peaks of Mt Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru as you approach Kilimanjaro Airport. Seeing these two magnificent mountains... Read More

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Rob explores Northern Tanzania – March 2017

  It always amazes me that just when I think I really know a part of Africa, in this case northern Tanzania, that inevitable changes occur and new properties are opened making me feel my knowledge... Read More

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