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April 25th 2016  |  Photography Safaris  |  by  Richard Smith

We asked famous wildlife photographers for their favourite non-wildlife photo. Below, each photographer gives the story behind the photograph, why they chose it, and how they achieved it. Niels van Gijn - Tanzania Where possible, we've always taken our children on assignment - it does add an element of chaos, but it's ... Read more

April 25th 2016  |  Travel  |  by  Charlotte Opperman

We’ve an exciting summer ahead with members of the sales team on the road at some great events the length and breadth of the country.  Please drop by our stand at any of the following for a glass of fizz and a chat about all things African.  If you can’t ... Read more

April 24th 2016  |  Kenya  |  by  Charlotte Opperman

This wonderful holiday for a family of four to Kenya will be going into this summer’s on-line auction for the 2017 cricket tour. Kenya safari highlights: Four nights for a family of four at Lewa House in the heart of the exclusive Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Prime location for many endangered ... Read more

April 15th 2016  |  Photography Safaris, Wildlife Safaris  |  by  David Murray

I'm a professional photographer who has run camps and lodges in Africa. As such I'm often asked how to photograph animals on safari. The quick answer is there isn't a simple set of rules, but I'll run you through some of my best African animal photography and explain how I took ... Read more

April 14th 2016  |  Zambia, Zimbabwe  |  by  Richard Smith

Canoe Safaris Canoe safaris are a fantastic way to view wildlife - you are able to visit places not accessible by vehicle and can really get under the skin of Africa. The options below offer three different ways to paddle along the mighty Zambezi River and enjoy viewing animals from ... Read more