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Trip report: South Luangwa Photo Safari 1-8 October 2018

As nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts we are constantly looking for new adventures and destinations.  Destinations that will take your breath away.  Places that are wild, undisturbed and still fairly unspoilt and exclusive.  South Luangwa is one of those places. During the first week of October, three guests and myself travelled to South Luangwa, spending the first three nights at Tena Tena Camp and then the next four nights at…

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Talking Travel: African Bushcamps Nyamatusi Camp in Mana Pools

Nyamatusi Camp is the latest in the African Bush Camps Collection. Set in one of the wildest and most remote parts of Africa, on the banks of one of the oldest rivers in the world, Nyamatusi allows guests to experience an authentic view of the old untouched Africa. Inspired by the traditional custodians of the land who respected the river as the source of life, the design of the camp…

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Trip Report: Hwange Safari, October 2016

Do you love elephants? Read on… Do you love lions? Absolutely read on… Do you love staying at a safari camp where animals constantly visit? No doubt the trip report for you… I have been to Hwange several times over the last few years, but no single visit could compare with what I found this time round. I have never visited this region of Hwange before. Boy, where has it…

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It’s all about the eyes

There are many contributing factors that make a good wildlife image a great one.  The light, the subject, the background and for me one of the most important factors are the eyes. Often when filtering through a particular scene or sighting you will immediately notice that the images that have your subject’s eyes open are a lot more attractive than when the eyes are closed or about to close.  When…

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Update from Hwange National Park and The Hwange Lion Conservation Safari Initiative

During last years’ Hwange Lion Conservation Safari our guests visited the Ngamo Primary School located on the outskirts of Hwange National Park where we spent some time with members of the Children in The Wilderness Eco Club. What is an Eco-Club you ask? Eco-Clubs are an initiative of Children in The Wilderness, a non-profit organisation supported by ecotourism company Wilderness Safaris to facilitate sustainable conservation through leadership development and education…