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September 28th 2016  |   Botswana, Travel, Wildlife Safaris, South Africa  |  by   Alice Gully

The wildebeest migration is the famous one, but it’s not the longest animal migration in safari Africa.  That accolade goes to the zebra that travel some 350 miles across Botswana from parts of the Okavango Delta to the Makgadikgadi grasslands in search of fresh grazing. Like the short grass plains ... Read more

September 22nd 2016  |   Travel, Wildlife Safaris, Conservation Safaris, Unique Experiences, South Africa  |  by   Alice Gully

It’s #WorldRhinoDay on 22nd September and this rhino conservation safari in South Africa gives a rare chance for you and your family to work up close with these endangered animals in the company of specialist rangers. You can also spot world-class wildlife and leave a lasting legacy with 100% of proceeds ... Read more

September 15th 2016  |   Drumbeat Newsletter  |  by   Charlotte Opperman

Inside this issue of Drumbeat Autumn 2016: Alice reveals how she’s planned her family safari Richard reports on his eight day whistle-stop tour of Botswana, Zambia and South Africa and 16 camps We talk to Lucinda about her life organising safaris in our series of interviews with the sales team Brian ... Read more

September 15th 2016  |   Wildlife Safaris, Conservation Safaris, Mozambique, Unique Experiences, Seychelles, South Africa  |  by   Charlotte Opperman

Most turtles undertake an annual migration, moving between feeding and nesting areas, as well as staying within warmer waters as seasons change. In recent years technology such as satellite tracking has allowed scientists to monitor the turtle migration which can be thousands of miles across oceans. Some of the Indian Ocean beach ... Read more

September 13th 2016  |   Travel, Mount Kilimanjaro Climb, Unique Experiences  |  by   Francis Naumann

The latest at Aardvark to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro is Francis.  It is the second time he's reached the summit of Africa's highest mountain and this trip was a VIP 8 Day Lemosho route trek led by mountaineering experts Summits Africa.  Some people undertake the climb to prove they could conquer ... Read more

September 12th 2016  |   Botswana, Travel, Interviews, South Africa, Zambia  |  by   Roxy Cox

Roxy Cox is the newest recruit to the Aardvark Safaris' sales team. She’s got many years of experience travelling in Africa, running safari camps, and planning numerous holidays. Here she answers some questions we put to her: Aardvark Safaris: How did you end up in the safari business/what is your ... Read more

September 2nd 2016  |   Travel, Wildlife Safaris, Photography Safaris, Unique Experiences, Zambia  |  by   Charlotte Opperman

A million bats in Kasanka National Park, Zambia The end of October heralds the arrival of millions of straw coloured fruit bats in a remote corner of the Kasanka National Park.  Each year they roost in the same tiny patch of woodland in a specific evergreen swamp, feeding on the ... Read more