News and Blogs

News and Blogs

Julia travels to Zambia – June 2018

  I have just returned from an absolutely stunning two weeks in Zambia, visiting two different safari areas; the Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa National Parks. Not only are these areas scenically... Read More

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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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Frances explores northern Kruger and Mashatu – May 2018

  Always listen to your guide. One of the golden rules of a walking safari, or any safari for that matter, but particularly pertinent when it’s just you, your walking shoes and your guide out on... 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 →