The Great Migration
What is the migration? I want to see the wildebeest cross the river. I want to be where everyone else isn't.
Fly Camping, what is it and why should you do it?
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.
Tanzania, north vs south?
There are lots of ways to create your journey in Tanzania. The north, the south, the north and south...
Making the Most Out of your African Safari Adventure
Fear of missing out? Remember that when it comes to how many places to go on safari, less is more
The Selous & Ruaha, a privately guided safari
A privately guided family safari all the way from Estonia
In Teleki’s Footsteps, A Walk Across East Africa
I’ve been meaning to write a short book review for a while as a means of sourcing new Africana book recommendations from the wonderful people who might read this. Hopefully you might also be inspired to read the book. I thought I would start with a suitably obscure one that most folks have probably never come across. Don’t worry though, I have seen some ancient copies floating around on the interwebs. No you can’t have my copy (I might consider a swapsies).
Three generations on safari
The Selous and Ruaha with three generations of one fabulous family