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News and Blogs

Great Plains of Zambia, the Liuwa

  The great plains of Zambia lie in the west of the country along the border with Angola. It is here in the Liuwa National Park, the traditional royal hunting grounds of the King of Barotseland, that... Read More

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Fran travels through Zanzibar and northern Tanzania – November 2014

  I began my trip to Tanzania with three days exploring Zanzibar. A common misconception with a beach destination is that it involves lying around, sun-bathing and not much else, but Zanzibar has... Read More

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Safari Telegraph January 2015

Read our Focus on Zambia, our travels through Tanzania, about the great migration, primates and self driving in Southern Africa – click here to download. Telegraph January 2015  Read More →

Mary on Mafia – December, 2014

  After all the early mornings and long days out in the bush on your Tanzanian safari, a few days of rest and relaxation is a very welcome prospect. The question is, where do you go? The Tanzania... Read More

Great places in Africa to view Elephants

  Elephants are without doubt one of the most interesting species to watch on safari. Family herds are dominated by a matriarch and their social interactions can easily be seen (and heard) as they... Read More

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Rob explores little known Fanjove Private Island, Tanzania – November 2014

  Travelling from UK, it only required three flights, a short ‘tuk tuk’ ride (motorised open trailer) and a 25 minute speedboat transfer to reach my remote destination, but the effort was more... Read More

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Africa under the stars

  All over the world, one of the attractions of places that are far from civilisation are the magnificent night skies. In Africa, known for its ‘big skies’, the clarity of the stars and... Read More

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Michele enjoys Botswana wilderness – November, 2014

  My trip to Botswana included four different areas, landscapes and experiences. I started on a private concession in the exclusive Makgadikgadi Pans, followed by the vast central Kalahari. I then... Read More

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Mary reveals Ruaha – November 2014

  ‘Look across the river’ advised our guide as we arrived at Jongomeru Camp in the remote southern sector of the Ruaha National Park. Doing as instructed I gazed across the dry riverbed... Read More

Rob goes en famille to Mauritius – October, 2104

In October I took my family to Mauritius on holiday, and whilst inevitably I was planning on doing some work whilst I was out there, we were very much on a ‘special’ family trip. Our boys are 7 and... Read More