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September 25th 2015  |   Community Safaris, Wildlife Safaris, Conservation Safaris, Rwanda  |  by   Richard Smith

A round up of Gorilla Trekking FAQ's in Rwanda Gorilla tracking in Rwanda is extremely easy going for safari beginners, you can accomplish it in a long weekend. Our clients have gorilla trekked on honeymoon, as a graduation holiday, an add on to a classic family safari, a long weekend ... Read more

September 22nd 2015  |   Kenya, Wildlife Safaris, Conservation Safaris  |  by   Richard Smith
Elephant safari in Kenya alongside conservationist and tv presenter Saba Douglas-Hamilton

Four nights at this wonderful camp will allow you time immerse yourself in all on offer here. You can visit Iain Douglas-Hamilton’s Save the Elephants research centre, enjoy elephant watching and game drives, bush picnics and sundowners, manyatta (homestead) and school visits. If you’re feeling energetic you can hike up ... Read more

September 21st 2015  |   News  |  by   Alice Gully

**Please note this rhino raffle has now been drawn** Congratulations to Guy Spurway who wins the five night luxury safari for two people in Botswana worth over £8,000. Thank you for everyone who has donated to Save the Rhino and the Rhino Translocation project. We have raised over £5,644.84 and ... Read more

September 21st 2015  |   Wildlife Safaris, Conservation Safaris  |  by   Alice Gully

Endangered Rhino At the beginning of the 20th century there were 500,000 rhinos across Africa and Asia. This fell to 70,000 by 1970, and further to just 29,000 in the wild today. Large-scale poaching of the now critically endangered rhino resulted in a dramatic decline from 65,000 black rhino individuals ... Read more

September 19th 2015  |   Community Safaris, Family Safaris, Kenya  |  by   Ben Forbes

Taking my family on a Kenya safari This report popped into the Aardvark inbox recently and sums up so evocatively what a Kenya family safari is all about. We’ve reproduced a snippet in the current issue of our Drumbeat newsletter but here’s Ben Forbes’ full write up of his family's ... Read more

September 10th 2015  |   Botswana, Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by   Richard Smith

Put together by Aardvark Safaris favourite, Great Plains Conservation, this stunning private flying adventure combines some of the most exclusive wilderness areas of Botswana and Kenya. Zooming from place to place in a luxurious private plane, and accompanied by a professional guide, you’ll enjoy exploring these premier wildlife locations while ... Read more

September 10th 2015  |   Botswana, Kenya, Wildlife Safaris, Malawi, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe  |  by   Richard Smith

With the media currently full of travel ideas for school-leavers we started to wonder why it should be only students who take off on exotic trips around the world. If you’ve got itchy feet too, and Africa is on your to do list, then take a look at our fabulous ... Read more