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February 7th 2020  |   Conservation Safaris  |  by   Charlotte Opperman

'Eco' and 'conservation' are big words in the safari industry right now, with camps and lodges keenly aware of the need to protect the delicate environments in which they operate.  There are myriad interesting schemes on the ground - the following is just a small snapshot of some that have ... Read more

February 7th 2020  |   Interviews  |  by   Jess Hills

Jess has recently returned from a South African riding safari with Wait a Little, who run superb rides in Big Five wildlife areas adjacent to the Kruger National Reserve.  She and co-owner Gerti Kusseler had a chat one evening over a sundowner. How do you choose the horses? We’ve got ... Read more

February 6th 2020  |   Family Safaris  |  by   Charlotte Opperman

Heading off as a family in the summer and at Christmas is obvious, but there are plenty of other school holidays to use for a safari, and lots of places with great wildlife and weather to use them. February Half Term Skiing can break the bank in the February half ... Read more

February 6th 2020  |   Shop  |  by   Richard Smith

Luggage is limited on light aircraft, so safari goers generally need to pack light. However different African countries, and internal airlines, have difference weight allowances. While you will need to check your particular safari holiday, we’ve listed the main ones here as a general guide. Botswana:  Luggage, including camera equipment ... Read more

February 3rd 2020  |   Shop  |  by   Richard Smith

Your iPhone or smartphone can be upgraded to your travel camera if you enhance it with these handy accessories. Joby GripTight ONE GP Magnetic Impulse This portable tripod can be attached to trees or posts with its flexible wrap around legs.  It’s a great way to help eliminate shaky images ... Read more