We scoured all of the places we reviewed in Getaway magazine over the last year to bring you the best mix of options for an affordable bush break this winter – whether you prefer camping, tented camps, or lodges.
Blog posts: Safaris
Away from expensive, overcrowded East African safari destinations is Ruaha, a remote park that’s home to 10 percent of the world’s remaining wild lions.
The Okavango Delta is a World Heritage Site; a maze of waterways and floodplains that is celebrated for its value as a unique ecosystem, sustaining an unmatched variety of bird, animal, and plant life in Botswana. If you’re not checking the trees for some of Africa’s most colourful bird species… you ought to be!
Hey, we can always dream! At these five luxury lodges in Namibia, the views, food and service will have you feeling like royalty.
Villiers Steyn and Tabby Mittins have been to Kruger National Park more than 50 times. This time they had a theory to test: does the ultimate route go from south to north?
An African rock python is seen constricting and swallowing a squirrel at Camp Linyanti in the Chobe National Park. After leaving an epic lion sighting, this unusual event was captured on camera and recorded by wildlife filmmaker, Kevin MacLaughlin.
Trekking out to the Central Kalahari could be one of the most exciting getaways of your life, especially if there is a combination of lodge luxury, desert camping, and quad bike joy rides.
You know you’re built for life in the bush when the hessian hut you live in burns to the ground and you whip up a quick reed-based replacement on the banks of a river. Bruce and Judy Meeser have been doing this for 30 years…
Guests at Africa on Foot and nThambo Tree Camp are in the right place at the right time as 3 different lion prides get in on a buffalo kill taking place on game drive in the Klaserie. Kevin MacLaughlin got it all on film. Take a look.
Even when they’re cute and fluffy, they’re one of the most dangerous carnivores out there! This baby honey badger had an attitude on him that kept filmmaker, Kevin MacLaughlin, on his toes while he was taking footage of this young ratel in the Linyanti recently.