Occasionally when you’re trying to organise a safari, someone might ask you whether you want to go to fly-camping. That person, probably hopelessly obsessed with safaris, will likely be very enthusiastic about the whole idea and forget entirely that you have, quite understandably, absolutely no idea what fly-camping is.
Do we need to get any vaccinations? Do we need travel insurance? Do we really need to bring warm clothes? And more!
The honours list was pretty good, but here we have the cream of the crop from last year's safaris. Some really fabulous photos from all corners of Tanzania.
As we all know, photography is a really important part of going on safari. Whether you want to have some snaps to remember the journey, some top notch selfies or some really spectacular shots of the wildlife you see, everyone wants to get this right.
Continuing our series of conversations with conservationists working to protect wildlife and wild places we were lucky enough to get some insight from Iris Ho, who works with Human Society International (HSI).