Our Blog features a smorgasbord collection of articles ranging from updates from the bush, safari stories, conservation matters, industry gossip and insightful news and reviews about travel in Southern and East Africa.

Hyenas: One of Africa’s Most Thrilling Predators

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For most people, hyenas conjure up images of an intimidating troupe of mischievous, cackling, cowardly and pretty ugly creatures from the animated movie The Lion King. But did you know that these fascinating and intelligent animals have a remarkable social hierarchy and that they are at the top of the predator pecking order, outranked only Read More

Our Top Five Serengeti Camps

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The Serengeti National Park of Tanzania in East Africa is one of the most written-about regions on the continent. Many have praised its rolling hills, vast grasslands and perennial movement of animals known as the Great Migration. There are numerous places from which to experience the greatness of this largely untouched region, but trying to choose Read More

The Best Hotels in Africa For High Tea

High Tea might seem like an exclusively English endeavour but in Southern and Eastern Africa you’ll find hotels offering the best selection of beautiful cakes, cucumber sandwiches, buttery scones and the freshest brew of Earl Grey tea just like they have for years. There are not that many locations to choose from, so we’ve compiled Read More

Our Top 5 Camps in the Serengeti

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The Serengeti region of East Africa is one of the most written-about regions on the continent. Many have praised its rolling hills, vast grasslands and perennial movement of animals known as the Great Migration. There are numerous places from which to experience the greatness of this largely untouched region, but trying to choose just which Read More

The Rare White Lions of The Timbavati

In a small area of the Kruger National Park in South Africa exists a rare genetic mutation that is yet to be sub-classified as its own species, yet the tawny lions of this protected area carry a unique gene – one that produces snow white lions. Sighting them in the wild is a special treat Read More