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.

Porini Camps Keeps it Light and Wild

Each journey on an African safari is an adventure all on its own. Last month, Porini Camps out of Kenya had some great photographic days out in the bush, and wanted to share their “incredible wild album” with travelers interested in East Africa! In the Ol Kinyei Conservancy… “Um… I think I’ve lost weight, let me walk Read More

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Introducing Little Chem Chem!

Those interested in a Tanzania safari would be delighted with what they’ll find at Little Chem Chem, which is the latest addition to Chem Chem Lodge and just opened this week. Previously known as Chem Chem Bushcamp, the name has been adapted to Little Chem Chem in order to better reflect the secluded elegance and Read More

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African Safari Consultants Presents: Gorilla Trekking

At the pinnacle of many African safari wishlists is a trek to visit the majestic mountain gorilla – an endangered species, with less than 800 remaining in the world. Tracking these gentle giants in Uganda or Rwanda is a fantastic experience – hiking deep into the rain forest on steep mountainsides, a fair level of fitness Read More

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Nick Brandt’s ‘The Calcified’ Series

A little while back we featured the beautiful Black and White photography of Nick Brandt – one of Africa’s preeminent wildlife photographers (you can find the post here) – and showcased some of his most wellknown images. This time we’re looking at his ‘The Calcified’ series, which ‘brings back to life’ an assortment of animals Read More

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Fund Set Up in Memory of Mika, Alpha at Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary

Going on an African safari brings one closer to nature, as anyone can attest. For those that dedicate their lives to the preservation of that natural beauty however, that connection is magnified. Yesterday, the alpha male of the Chimpanzee Sanctuary at Ngamba Island Camp was found after being missing for 10 days, having passed away in Read More

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African Safari Consultants Presents: Mozambique

“Tropical Island Paradise” may not be typically be associated with an East African Safari, but for the uninitiated, Mozambique offers endless stretches of soft white sand, ideal for post-safari getaways and honeymoons alike. With luxury villas perched right on the water’s edge, two clusters of archipelagos create an aquatic playground in the crystal-clear turquoise waters of Read More

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Dereck & Beverly Joubert win Outstanding Achievement Award

Dereck and Beverly Joubert are rightly regarded as being amongst the leading conservationists in the world. Having started out as photographers nearly thirty years ago, the Jouberts have become leading proponents of sustainable tourism and conservation in their beloved Africa. Renowned filmmakers, their films have touched the hearts of millions of people around the world Read More

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Cheli & Peacock Wins Again!

Finding a world-class African Safari tour in Kenya isn’t difficult, but for anyone looking for spectacular, Cheli & Peacock’s accolades continue to grow. Andrew Harper’s coveted Reader’s Choice Award, given to only the world’s 20 best safari lodges, was just awarded to Elsa’s Kopje – the latest in a string of award wins, readers once again Read More

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Tanzania: Africa’s Gem

The largest country in East Africa, Tanzania boasts an incredible natural diversity and is one of the premier ‘Bush & Beach’ safari destinations. An abundance of wildlife, pristine beaches and a wide range of adrenaline activities means that a luxury safari in Tanzania is easily adapted to whatever your vacation requirements might be – it truly Read More

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A Weekend at Grootbos Private Nature Reserve

A couple months ago I received an email from Grootbos Private Nature Reserve inviting me to spend a weekend there to check out just how one of South Africa’s preeminent ecolodges goes about its business. I gave it a cursory glance, flagged the email without much thought and carried on with my day. Fast forward Read More

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