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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 →



Leopard mother & cub in the Masai Mara

Seeing big cats in Africa is one of the highlights of any safari, but to see cubs is really special and in the case of a leopard, also quite rare – especially when they are relaxed and playful around... 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



Bill visits Zimbabwe after more than a decade – May 2013

It’s been an unfortunate journey for Zimbabwe since independence in the early 1980’s. The initial optimism, growth, and prosperity which produced Africa’s finest safari guides and offered a great... Read More

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Anna Merz RIP

We were saddened to hear today of the death of Anna Merz. Anna was the prime mover in setting up the Ngare Sergoi Rhino Sanctuary on Lewa Downs during the poaching slaughter of the 1980’s. Her inspiration... Read More

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"AFRICA", the BBC's spectacular new series

Last night’s first episode of AFRICA on BBC1 gave a spectacular glimpse of the Kalahari and Namib regions of southern Africa. Amazing photography showed off areas of Namibia particularly well, including... Read More

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South Luangwa Conservation Society

Please click here to see SLCS September 2012 newsletter  Read More →

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The Sudd, South Sudan’s own Okavango?

Congratulations to South Sudan, Africa’s youngest nation. After years of civil war, South Sudan finally got independence last Saturday and with it, the chance to open up for tourism. The Sudd, a... Read More

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Uganda Wildlife Department reduces gorilla permit fees

The Uganda Authorities announced recently a US$150.00 reduction to the cost of gorilla permits for those travelling during the months of March, April, May, October and November. Permits will now cost US$350.00... Read More

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