Ethiopia boasts some of the rarest animals on the continent, many of which are only found here.
Our client Suzy Liew has just come back from a fantastic holiday in Tanzania, taking in the stunning views of the Ngorongoro Crater and the abundant wildlife of the Serengeti National Park. Suzy and her niece started their trip with a game drive in Lake Manyara National Park, looking out for flamingos and tree-climbing lions! more »
Falling asleep to the calls of lions or the whooping of hyena under a star-strewn sky – away from the light pollution we associate with progress – and awakening to a chorus of uninterrupted birdsong is my idea of wilderness. The development of the safari since the early pioneers means that this wilderness experience is more »
So, what is safari in Africa really about? Don’t get me wrong, the wildebeest migration is an impressive spectacle, and seeing the ‘Big 5’ is very special, but for me, this is not what the safari experience is all about….there is so much more to it – being away from the maddening crowds of the more »
With the “Great Migration” having just begun, emptier than ever plains, properties offering excellent deals during the high season (which is unheard of) as well as the new e-visa, Kenya is the place to head now! Right now, the “Great Migration” is moving from Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania to the Masai Mara in more »
Its not too late to book a Summer Trip to Africa! We have compiled a list of our favourite itineraries that still have availability for this Summer. Selous Game Reserve and Zanzibar With three nights on an ultimate safari in the remote, rugged, wildlife rich Selous Game Reserve followed by seven nights on the more »