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Blog posts: Wildlife
These photos from the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have had us giggling all day.
The Rwandan Development Board invited us to cover the annual Kwita Izina (‘gorilla naming’) ceremony this year. Darrel Bristow-Bovey wrote the story and I was sent, along with a small mountain of equipment, to photograph it.
On a road trip to the tiny country of Swaziland, we found a few game reserves and national parks where you can experience some good old fashioned bush time.
Writer Pippa de Bruyn and Photographer Teagan Cunniffe explore De Hoop Nature Reserve in the October 2015 issue of Getaway Magazine.
Think you’ve been around long, homo sapien? Think again. Dermochelys coriacea has been around for more than 100 million years. Scott Ramsay finds himself watching the birthing process of the leatherback turtle in absolute wonderment.
All public campsites in Botswana’s national parks are run by private operators, and visitors are required to book camping accommodation separately from park entrance and conservation fees. Here’s how you do it.
I’ve always believed the best way to experience the wildlife of Chobe National Park is by boat, but some boats are better than others. Especially if those boats are Pangolin Photo Boats equipped with lekker zoom lenses and a knowledgeable guide.
Into the Okavango is now in the last days of an incredible four-month, 2250km journey. Join them as they make their final camps on the banks of Botswana’s Boteti River.
Free access to almost all of the SANParks: here’s the deal on SA National Parks Week 2015, the best week for nature-loving South Africans.