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July 27th 2017  |  Kenya, Tanzania, Unique Experiences, Wildlife Safaris  |  by  Richard Smith

Africa's great wildebeest migration is the biggest movement of animals on earth.  The annual trek from the southern plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania to Kenya’s Masai Mara, and back again, sees the wildebeest battle crocodile infested rivers, predatory lions, hyenas, and opportunistic leopards.  If you’re planning to include time ... Read more

July 19th 2017  |  Shop, Travel  |  by  Richard Smith

When I started to help plan holidays to Africa in 1999 the standard baggage allowance on light aircraft was just 12kg. Most safari destinations have increased this to 15kg and many have gone to 20kg. However this still doesn’t allow you to bring your whole library and the kitchen sink, ... Read more

July 5th 2017  |  Family Safaris, Travel  |  by  Charlotte Opperman

Travelling with children can be fun, but can also be stressful. We have planned countless family safari and beach holidays. We share our tips for making sure everyone has a relaxing holiday. Opt for a pool The traditional safari day means you’ll likely have some down time during the day.  ... Read more

July 20th 2017  |  Conservation Safaris, Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by  Richard Smith

Think of safari and chances are your vision of wildlife-filled plains could be any of Kenya’s national parks. The country was home to the first real safari holidays and the variety of wildlife, landscapes and culture on offer has ensured its continued place among the Africa’s top safari destinations. If ... Read more

July 20th 2017  |  Conservation Safaris, Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by  Richard Smith

Saba Douglas-Hamilton rose to fame as an elephant conservationist and TV presenter on the BBC series This Wild Life and Big Cat Diaries. She is undertaking a UK tour criss-crossing England throughout November, offering theatre goers an evening of wildlife stories as well as a behind the scenes look at ... Read more

July 1st 2017  |  Community Safaris, Conservation Safaris, Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by  Alice Gully

Q1 Tell me about the series. What's it about? What are you hoping to achieve from the programme? This Wild Life follows the behind-the-scenes dramas of our daily life at Elephant Watch Camp - showing what it's like to run a high-end safari camp in a remote location, with elephant ... Read more