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August 25th 2017  |  Conservation Safaris, Kenya, Unique Experiences, Wildlife Safaris  |  by  Renate

Saba Douglas-Hamilton is both a well respected conservationist and charismatic safari camp owner.  In fact she's among our favourite people to work with at Aardvark Safaris.   An excellent guide too, Saba knows the local Samburu wildlife, particularly its elephants, intimately.  In advance of her forthcoming tour we have picked out ... Read more

January 19th 2017  |  Conservation Safaris, Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by  Richard Smith

This is a rare opportunity to take part in Kenya’s annual wildlife census. Participate in the first-ever census safari at the famous Lewa Borana Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya. Join the wildlife conservation census from 2nd to 9th March, limited to just 16 guests. The seven night safari includes one night half ... Read more

November 7th 2016  |  Conservation Safaris, South Africa, Tanzania, Travel, Uganda, Wildlife Safaris, Zimbabwe  |  by  Renate

Seeing a giraffe on safari is mesmerising, especially for children. Immersing your family in the wildlife and their surroundings will ensure they appreciate them and later in life. Considered to be calm and thoughtful, giraffe safaris are suitable for all ages. Where can I see the biggest giraffe herds? Where can I ... Read more

September 22nd 2016  |  Conservation Safaris, South Africa, Travel, Unique Experiences, Wildlife Safaris  |  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  |  Conservation Safaris, Mozambique, Seychelles, South Africa, Unique Experiences, Wildlife Safaris  |  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

August 19th 2016  |  Botswana, Conservation Safaris, Kenya, Namibia, Tanzania, Wildlife Safaris, Zimbabwe  |  by  Francis Naumann

Elephants are some of Africa’s greatest migrants, and for centuries they have been known to move vast distances between favoured sources of seasonal food and water. Many of the continent’s largest escarpments and mountains have been mapped by elephants over the millennia, and their ancient pathways have often been used ... 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

December 11th 2015  |  Botswana, Conservation Safaris, Kenya, South Africa, Wildlife Safaris, Zimbabwe  |  by  Richard Smith

Safari guide – the ultimate dream job right? You have the best office in the world, every day feels like an adventure, you meet interesting people, and get to enjoy Africa and its wildlife. Scratch beneath the surface though and a few negatives are there too. Safari guiding isn’t brilliantly ... Read more

November 20th 2015  |  Conservation Safaris, Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by  Richard Smith

Malaika is a well known cheetah in the Masai Mara. She is relaxed around vehicles and shot to fame when she joined a shocked tourist, right inside his game viewing vehicle, a meeting that was written about in the Telegraph among others. Lucinda, one of the sales team at Aardvark ... Read more