Leadership seems to unfold organically in nature, with animals inherently understanding being guided by those with wisdom collected over time. … Read more WATCH Safari Guide Chronicles | Episode 2: Chantel van der Linde
From the unspoilt ecosystems of the Kalahari red dunes, to granite gneiss mountain backdrops, sleeping under starlit skies, exploration of … Read more WATCH Safari Planning | Episode 1: Namibia Self-Drive with Erica Green
Safari guides should be accredited as the essential services of an African adventure. Their passion, knowledge and insight of the … Read more WATCH Safari Guide Chronicles | Episode 1: Jonathan Dube
Calling all travellers and adventurers, all explorers and world wonderers, those filled with wanderlust and an appetite for the unknown … Read more Playlist: Self-Drive Essentials, The Rhythm of the Road
Education is the currency of survival, however not an economy everyone has access to. This harsh truth pertains mostly to … Read more Project Penya: Investing in the Future Females of Hwange National Park
The ideals of eco-tourism organically formed in Africa decades ago on the necessity of sustainable community initiatives. With National Parks … Read more Clive Stockhil, Chilo Gorge, Reiterates the Importance of Eco-Tourism – The Future of Travel
Have you been wondering what group safaris will look like once the travel bans are lifted? New environments call for … Read more Adapted and Refined Protocols for Guided Group Travel
Biography Peter Langer, B.A., B.Sc., M.A. is one of Canada’s leading travel and wildlife photographers. His photographs have appeared in … Read more Wildlife Photographer Feature: Interview with Peter Langer
Travel is all about the unexpected. And even more so now as our lives are encapsulated in uncertainty, especially in … Read more Should You Be Making Travel Plans Right Now?
In a time where wildlife and nature enthusiasts are unable to travel, we’re making it our goal to bring wildlife … Read more Wildlife Photography Feature: Amazing Images by Tommy Varley
Travelling may be on pause for the moment, but it’s our sole purpose to keep you connected to Africa. And … Read more Take the Quiz: What is your African Spirit Animal?
Creating a bucket list can be an exciting yet daunting endeavour. With so many intriguing and varied destinations available – … Read more How to Curate Your African Travel Bucket List
In a time where wildlife and nature enthusiasts are unable to travel, we’re making it our goal to bring wildlife … Read more Wildlife Photography Feature: Amazing Images by Lesanne Dunlop
Dance like no-one’s watching (unless you’re filming for Tik-Tok), sing like you’re in the shower and feel free with these … Read more African Vibrations: A Playlist To Get You Through The Week
In awareness of the global health concern of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on travel, we’ve put in place … Read more Covid-19 Booking Policy for Guided Group Safaris
Travellers are becoming more conscious in their travel choices. There is a positive trend for evaluating destinations and activities and … Read more A Guide on the African Conservation Experience
Travel Southern Africa, Come Rain or Shine. Part 1: Botswana & Zimbabwe Botswana and Zimbabwe have both captured the heart … Read more During Which Season Should I Visit Botswana & Zimbabwe?
In the travel industry, various professionals work together to ensure that the travellers on holiday are having the best possible … Read more Tips for Travel Agents – Managing Client Expectations
Do you know the difference between a small group guided safari and a private guided safari? What about Tailor-Made and … Read more Our Travel Terminology Explained
As one of Cape Town’s oldest Wine Farms, De Grendel has a rich history and a beautiful story. Starting off … Read more Spotlight On De Grendel Wine Estate – Not To Be Missed When You’re In Cape Town
Trend: to slow travel down, be more mindful and seek real experiences. This trend allows for a deeper connection with … Read more Our Prediction for One of 2020’s Biggest Travel Trends
What’s that there across the savannah? Why, it’s a rare spotted Black Friday sale! So get ready for ferocious 40 % discounts … Read more Get ready for our Black Friday Specials!
Holidays are usually a longed-for escape from our daily stress and struggles. It’s where we allow ourselves the opportunity to … Read more Connecting Guests with Scouts: Bringing Real Conservation Conversations to Travellers
Have you ever travelled along a truly Wild Coast? Or explored a mountain named after dragons? Or eaten something called … Read more Here Be Dragons and There Be Elephants – Explore the Eastern Side of South Africa on a Self-Drive Safari
Travel allows people to break down boundaries, cross cultural divides and share meaningful moments that create a bond that is … Read more The Heart of Jenman African Safaris: Travel is One of the Greatest Connectors
What is this stellar attraction and where on the map is it found? Set the navigational course to Namibia, the … Read more Here’s Our Favourite Way to Experience the Namibia Dark Sky Reserve
Mana Pools is one of Zimbabwe’s most remote and most beautiful game reserves. Hidden up in the far north corner … Read more Discover the Magic of Mana Pools, Zimbabwe
For many, a trip to the African continent is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Some lucky travellers are even … Read more Enhance Your African Safari With Our Curated Add-Ons
Is there a more iconic duo than The Lion King’s Timon and Pumbaa? These two plucky characters are the absolute … Read more The Timon to your Pumbaa – Symbiotic Relationships in Nature