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

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

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

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

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

Rescuing a Five-Day Old Elephant Calf

Original Source: Africa Geographic The Kenya Wildlife Service and Amboseli Trust for Elephants rescued a five day old elephant calf back in November 2012 and the video is just too cute not to share. The five day old elephant was stuck in a big muddy pond where there used to be a swamp. The mother Read More

The UNICEF Audrey Hepburn Society Ball

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) was created by the United Nations in 1946 to provide much needed supplies to children around the world who were afflicted by the devastation of World War 2. Today, UNICEF has National Committees in 36 countries and offices in over 190 with volunteers working tirelessly to provide food, education Read More

Solio Lodge Celebrates Third Anniversary

Those planning an African Safari for later this year have a special offer available to them from the Solio Lodge in Laikipia, Kenya! They are offering a ‘stay 3 pay 2′ special that is valid until December 15 (saving as much as $710 per person!). Opened in August 2010, this is the only game lodge Read More

Healing Africa’s Elephants

  The Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique is a renowned success story in terms of private investors partnering with the state to preserve precious wilderness and wildlife. The last few years have seen the National Park enjoy a sustained period of regeneration after decades of civil war left it ravaged, with both animals and vegetation Read More