News and Blogs

News and Blogs

Mary into the land of the Kalahari – June 2018

  Not only is Botswana incredibly beautiful, it also offers a wonderful variety of habitats varying from the arid Kalahari sands to the watery wonder world of the Okavango Delta plus a whole raft... Read More

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Julia visits South Africa’s Garden Route and Eastern Cape Game Reserves – April/May 2018

  After the thick snow and freezing temps brought on by the ‘Beast from the East’ this UK winter I was more than ready to pack my bags and head once again to the warmer climes that beckoned in... Read More

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Rob’s family adventure to Kenya and Seychelles – April 2018

  As we circled over the sweeping green plains of the Mara North Conservancy, my two boys (Edward, 11yrs and James, 9 yrs) were pointing avidly out their respective windows. ‘Giraffe’ says one,... Read More

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Mary travels back to northern Tanzania – February 2018

  My most recent trip took me back to Tanzania once again. Having explored the remote west of the country last year, this time I followed the more traditional northern circuit. It’s a trip I’ve... Read More

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Gallery of 2017 on safari

Gallery of 2017 on safari

Herewith is a stunning selection of photographs taken by our customers over the last year. Reminisce and enjoy.  Read More →

Joe explores Spice Island Zanzibar and northern Tanzania – December 2017

  My trip began on the fabled island of Zanzibar. After arriving into the island, I headed into Stone Town, arguably one of the cultural epicentres of East Africa. It is a special place and boasts... Read More

Michele returns to KwaZulu Natal – November 2017

  I visited KwaZulu Natal a few years ago with Rob on a whirlwind and I mean a whirlwind trip! A couple of areas that really stuck with me are the Zululand Battlefields and remote beaches of the... Read More

Safari Telegraph – January 2018

Please click here to read our 2018 Safari Telegraph newsletter which includes a focus on Botswana as well as articles on Rwanda, Kenya, KwaZulu Natal in South Africa and the desert elephants of Namibia.  Read More →

Rob self-drives through northern Namibia – November, 2017

  ‘It will beep if you go over 80kms an hour on the gravel’ said the representative at Caprivi Hire Car, as she showed me around my travel companion in Namibia, a Toyota Hilux Double Cab with... Read More

Fran explores KwaZulu Natal – November 2017

  In November, Michele and I took to the roads of the KwaZulu Natal region of South Africa. We covered over 2,500kms over 11 nights and discovered the dramatic scenery, the diverse array of experiences... Read More