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Southern Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania

Less famous than the Serengeti, Selous is Tanzania’s largest game reserve and the safari linchpin of the ‘southern circuit’. Its terrain differs from the savannahs of the north, with woodland, mountains and riverine forest. Game...

LIVINGSTONE’S CAMP: Adventure in the Wilderness

Bordering the Mamili National Park, Livingstone’s camp offers 5 exclusive campsites, providing guests with their own private bathroom, hot showers and unrivalled camping facilities. Activities include Mokoro Safaris, Walking Safaris and Game Drives. Email: info@livingstonescamp.com Cell:...

MADISA: Welcome to something special

Situated in Namibia’s scenic Damaraland,  Madisa Camp offers both Camping and Luxury Safari Tents. The camp is hidden amongst amazing rock formations scattered with Busman Paintings, with the majestic Desert Elephant periodically passing through...

BURUXA: Experience the rolling views of Damaraland

Buruxa Camp offers accommodation in 22 Luxury Safari tents, each with its own deck offering rolling views of Damaraland stretching towards the Ugab River Valley. Unwind in the swimming pool while enjoying a cold...

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

Uganda is best known for its gorilla trekking and, with Kenya and Tanzania receiving most of East Africa’s safari visitors, its game parks are often overlooked. True, this park suffered heavily from poaching during...

Ruaha National Park, southern Tanzania

Imfolozi is synonymous with white rhino and wilderness trails – it was here that Africa’s second-largest land mammal made its stand against extinction a century ago, and this is where conservationist Ian Player developed...

South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

ambia’s top park is generally seen as a destination for the more discerning, thanks to its expert guiding and small, owner-run lodges promoting an all-round bush experience.Nonetheless, South Luangwa is also a top spot...

Tracking black rhinos in Namibia

With the wind direction in our favour, we crept stealthily over the rocky ground to within 75m of our quarry. Nantos was earth-coloured from dust bathing and hard to spot as he snoozed under...

Masai Mara, Kenya

Picture just one safari destination and chances are it’s this one – if only because many a TV documentary has made Kenya’s teeming savannahs, flat-topped acacias and lazing predators emblematic of a...

Northern Cape national parks

With just a week and a half left of Tourism Month, we’re still celebrating in a big way. South African National Parks Week is an annual initiative that sees a number of national parks...