News and Blogs

News and Blogs

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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Oliver finds new love in Kenya – March, 2014

  Ugly, smelly, grumpy and liable to foam at the mouth after catching the scent of a female five miles downwind – I’m not getting personal again; I’m talking about camels. It seems to me... Read More

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Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya look to create ‘green’ safari vehicle

The Ol Pejeta Conservancy in central Kenya have announced that it has teemed up with the Royal College of Art and Green Automotive to develop the safari vehicle of the future. An interesting concept worth... Read More

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Tsavo under pressure from elephant poaching

The aerial count which finished in Kenya’s Tsavo National Park last week has added further debate to the disappointing news on poaching across the continent. Three years ago, the last count recorded... Read More



Destinations travel show, London

Visiting the Destinations travel show at Earls Court from 6th to 9th February? Pop in an see us on Stand AF150 in the Africa section. We’ll be delighted to help plan your African adventure.  Read More →

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Conservation in Botswana, extended Brian Jackman interview

The full interview of Brian Jackman, noted Sunday Times and The Daily Telegraph travel journalist, by Oliver Coulson of Safari Consultants.  Read More →

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Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp set to open up the remote wilderness of the Skeleton Coast

Namibia’s remote section of the northern Skeleton Coast National Park is once again set to open up with the announcement of the opening date for the new Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp. Set above the... Read More

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