About Cameron Duncan

Growing up in Botswana, Cameron developed a love for the outdoors and wildlife from a very young age. Family trips around southern Africa further engrained his love for the continent and it’s inhabitants – human and otherwise. Now based in Cape Town, Cameron is passionate about music, writing and all things internet.

Spotlight on Zambia

Surprisingly, Zambia is still one of the world’s best-kept secrets. Few dare to venture away from the well-trodden tourist route, but for those who love adventure travel and who seek excitement in unchartered terrain, Zambia is the ultimate authentic safari destination. Zambia is large geographically, but not densely populated. The Zambian people are peace-loving and Read More

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Our Top 5 Most Romantic Safari Camps in Botswana

The flood plains of the Okavango Delta in Botswana have all the ingredients for one of the most romantic getaways in Africa: serenity, incredible sunsets and starry African nights, relaxation, the sound of nature and pampering spa sessions for you and your lover all in the lap of luxury and in utter privacy. Not surprisingly, Read More

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Richard Branson’s New Hotel in the Cape Winelands

Sir Richard Branson is one of the best-loved and most recognisable personalities in the world today, as well as one of the most respected and successful entrepreneurs. Branson started his first business at the tender age of 16, and since then has not slowed down. By far his most successful endeavour to-date is the Virgin Read More

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Where To See Giraffes in Africa

If you want to see giraffes, you have to stick your neck out a bit. For starters look up above the treetops – there’s one mammal here on the plains with a better view of the savannah than anyone else. For sheer grace and impression nothing beats the site of these giants ambling across the Read More

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Kirstenbosch Tree Canopy Walkway Opened In Cape Town

Cape Town’s beloved Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens has welcomed another addition to its horticultural family – the Tree Canopy Walkway. Officially opened on 17 May this year, the walkway celebrates 100 years of the gardens’ existence. This steel and timber creation overlooks some of the most impressive collections of indigenous flora in the region and also Read More

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Our Top Spiritual Sites to Visit in South Africa

If you think of South Africa, spirituality might not be top of mind – yet the entire continent has a magical energy of its own, from the Cradle of Mankind to the diversity of animals in the wild and the melting pot of religions and cultures. In South Africa, three religions enjoy widespread belief: Christianity, Read More

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Gansbaai and False Bay: The Best Places To See Great White Sharks and Orcas in South Africa

The waters around South Africa are internationally recognised as being hotbeds of marine activity, with places like False Bay and Gansbaai renowned for Great White Shark activity, while Hermanus enjoys a fantastic whale watching season. All of these are just a short drive away from Cape Town, and provide the perfect day excursion from your base Read More

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Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Zebra Migration

It is well known in traveller circles that Botswana offers amazing safari experiences and untouched, raw natural beauty, but have you heard of the zebra migration in the Makgadigadi? Although not as famous as the Great Wildebeest Migration up in East Africa, the zebra migration is still a spectacular sight and is unique to this Read More

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Five Things You Really Shouldn’t Miss on an African Safari

The Big Five Nothing compares to the thrill of seeing these endangered animals in the African wild: Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino, Leopard and Lion. The last three are particularly elusive animals and sadly their numbers are dwindling in the wild. Capturing them on camera or tracking them on foot surely counts as one of the most Read More

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The Rhino Poaching Crisis: Colin Bell talks Statistics and Solutions

Over the course of the last two or three years, the plight of African rhinos has become an issue of international concern. With Eastern demand for rhino horn products seemingly ever increasing, the numbers of rhinos poached annually is skyrocketing to potentially fatal levels –but what is actually being done about it? The Southern African Read More

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