News and Blogs

News and Blogs

Art & Culture of Botswana

In this video, Oliver Coulson from Safari Consultants gives an introduction to the cultural heritage of Botswana’s Khoi people, and San Bushmen, and discusses examples of rock art made by these... Read More

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A Guide to Gorilla Tracking in Uganda & Rwanda

An in-depth guide to gorilla tracking in Uganda & Rwanda: where to go, when to go, places to stay, what to pack, and top tips for making sure you get the most out of this unforgettable wildlife experience. THE... Read More

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Conservation in Botswana, an interview with Brian Jackman

Safari Consultants recently interviewed Brian Jackman, the noted Sunday Times and The Daily Telegraph travel journalist, about his a passion for Africa and lion conservation in particular. The above video... Read More

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The Geography of Botswana

In this video, Oliver Coulson from Safari Consultants explains the geological formation of Botswana’s famous Okavango Delta, one of Africa’s finest wildlife regions. Transcript The Okavango... Read More

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THE MAGIC OF BOTSWANA by Rob Slater

THE BUSH IS ALIVE Despite Botswana’s wealth in natural life, one of the things that you will not see on safari in Botswana is a Royal Bengal Tiger. Tigers are not found in the wild in Africa – Africa... Read More

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Jane on an escorted self drive in northern South Africa – April, 2014

  I was certainly ready for my own safari.  This time it was holiday not a hectic schedule of camp inspections.  Six of us travelled by car in South Africa before crossing the Limpopo River into... Read More

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Focus on Botswana

Welcome to Safari Consultants’ online presentation, showcasing the magic of Botswana. As the UK’s oldest independent specialist Africa tour operator with over 30 years’ experience, our natural area... Read More

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Rob catches up with the migration herds in the southern Serengeti – March, 2014

 Rob travels to Southern Serengeti to report on the spectacular Great Wildebeest Migration. On several occasions, I have been fortunate to witness the vast herds of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle that... Read More

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Home from Africa soon!

At this time of year, as Spring has sprung and the days are warming up, we look forward to the arrival of a number of birds from their winter homes in Africa. House martins and swallows have arrived already,... Read More

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US suspends import of elephant trophies

Excellent news out of the US last Friday as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced the suspension on imports of ‘sport-hunted’ African elephant trophies from Zimbabwe and Tanzania sighting... Read More

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