Winter is the best time of year to go on a safari. Here are some of the best places to see wildlife in Southern Africa, for both the luxury-orientated and the budget-conscious.
Blog posts: Wildlife
The heavy summer rains brought floods to Botswana, yet avid campers persevered and the reward was great. Birds of every colour fill the trees and wade at the water’s edge feeding triumphantly on the season’s medley of insects.
Facing my phobia by going cage diving in Gansbaai profoundly changed my perspective on the most misunderstood of marine giants: the great white shark. While some might dismiss shark cage diving as an adrenalin rush, I was overwhelmed instead by peace.
Discover the mysterious River pride and the lone warrior from the nDzuti pride.
The rapid rising of elephant deaths due to poaching in Africa make a tuskless carcass a familiar sight. Behind the protective boundaries of the Moremi Game Reserve, photographer Rory Bruins came across the remains of a giant elephant, dignified in death with its tusks in place.
These uncrowded, affordable national parks and nature reserves in South Africa are some of the country’s best, and are worthy of a weekend visit.
If things don’t go quite how you hope on Valentine’s Day, take comfort in knowing it could be a lot worse. You could be one of these weird creatures.
A giraffe walks into a restaurant… No, really.
The Chobe River, which flows through Botswana, is one of the best places to see the greatest elephants herds in Africa. Here’s why …
Much has been documented about the Ross Pride of lions, a mega-pride which reigned supreme in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve between 2006 – 2008. A series of tragic events led the pride to splinter and the numbers began to dwindle. What was once a strong and dominant pride was fast becoming weak, much to… Read more »