African Safari Consultants
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.

Official Yellow Fever Card Update

A message to those planning a Kenya Safari, from the Kenya Ministry of Health: After a confusing statement about Yellow Fever regulations in Kenya was issued by ATTA on 16th July followed by many worried emails, we feel it is important to share with you the latest official statement from the Kenya Ministry of Health: Only passengers Read More

Cape Town Honours Nelson Mandela

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The City of Cape Town has recently installed a popup tribute to the iconic Mr Nelson Mandela – South Africa’s first democratically elected President – honouring the former statesman and his longtime affiliation with the city. Situated in Cape Town’s Civic Centre, the exhibition is hugely informative whilst still being visually appealing and inspirational. Containing Read More

African Safari Consultants Presents: The Serengeti

For those interested in an East African Safari, the Serengeti is one of the most iconic destinations in the region. Its endless plains provide an excellent landscape for year-round game viewing, and also sets the stage for one of the natural wonders of the world – the famous wildebeest migration, where millions of wildebeest and zebra Read More

The Migration has Arrived at Singita Lamai!

The progress of this year’s wildebeest migration in Tanzania has been closely tracked by the staff at Singita. Moving through much of the Serengeti just last month, the herds have been surrounding many of their lodges and camps lately, and have now reached Lamai. photo credit: Singita As you can see from this amazing photograph, there Read More

Leopard Feeds on Impala in Crocodile’s Mouth

Leopards are not usually the pushy types – leaving that sort of things to the more brutish lions – but this young male spotted in Zambia recently seems to have a little more nerve than most. Filmed by lucky safari goers at Mfuwe Lodge in the South Luangwa, this leopard begins feeding on an impala Read More

The Great Masai Mara Migration Has Begun!

It is now peak African Safari season – the annual Wildebeest Migration at the Masai Mara is a natural cycle that replenishes and renews the grasslands of East Africa. Each July, around 1.3 million Wildebeest gather in the Serengeti to calve. They slowly mass into a huge single herd, until the dry season withers their Read More

Elephant Calf ‘Charges’ Car

There are few things cuter in this world than an elephant calf. With their oversized ears, clumsy demeanour and awkward trunk movements, they’ve yet to come to grips with just how to use their powerfully built frame. Usually never more than a few metres from their mother or siblings, they live a sheltered life until Read More

Gorongosa National Park: The Return to Glory

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The Gorongosa National Park in Central Mozambique is a remarkable success story for African wildlife conservation. Lying at the southern end of the Great African Rift Valley – an active continental rift zone – the park covers some 1500 square miles of grasslands, savannahs and dry forests. The Gorongosa National Park once supported one of Read More

Top 5 Lodges for a South African Wine Safari

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Renowned global wine authority, Wine Spectator, features South Africa in their July 2013 issue and we couldn’t be more pleased. We’ve long said that South African wines are amongst the very best in the world, with the country producing wines of equal or greater quality as established producers such as the United States, Australia and Read More