One big happy family talks about their tailor-made safari to Botswana.
An interesting warthog sighting in Botswana has us looking into the bizarre courtship tactics of the warthog.
The SPCA is called out after the discovering of a Cape grysbok that is in need of help after the Cape fires.
Your Samburu birding bucketlist!
A brave young leopard stalks a buffalo bull in the Masai Mara.
An awesome experience with a cheetah and her three cubs in the Maasai Mara.
A detailed review of the Bushnell Excursion HD 10×42 binoculars from an Africa Geographic guide in the field.
During our recent Africa Geographic visit to Namibia, we shared a rather special moment with a family of desert elephants, as they settled down for a mid-morning siesta.
Africa Geographic Travel recently ran its first photographic workshop at Samara Private Game Reserve with Mark Drysdale and what a success it was!
Guests comment on a successful photographic expedition to Kariega Game Reserve
Africa Geographic encounters a rare melanistic serval in Tanzania’s Mkomazi National Park.
During a walking safari in the Delta we stop to appreciate the magnificent water lilies that litter the Okavango’s waterways.
Follow our travel expert, Christian Boix, as he goes on a guided walk in the remote and forgotten Upper Tsitsana Valley in Southern Drakensberg to see South Africa’s latest and largest rock art discovery.
Africa Geographic Travel recently hosted a 5 day photographic safari at the picturesque Kariega Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, here is feedback from the guests…
This is Roxy, the most amazing mama Cape pangolin in the whole world.
1. There are four subspecies: – Philetairus socius eremnus, living in the Orange River Valley; – Philetairus socius socius, inhabiting the S. Kalahari in NW Northern Cape and S. Namibia; – Philetairus socius xericus, roughing it in the Namibian escarpments; – Philetairus socius geminus, isolated from all other sub-species and thriving in Etosha and S. […]
Truth be told there was nothing ominous about the morning as we duly kick-started it at 0600 am. The threat of rain seemed imminent, a leaden cloud slung low over Kariega’s contours and lazy mists rose from the grasslands below. Brendon Jennings, our guide, was bright eyed and bushy-tailed and as usual, eager as a […]
Here they are – the most interesting and sought-after birds in all of Ghana according to Africa Geographic travel director Christian Boix. For the opportunity to see these birds, join Africa Geographic’s unique birding expedition to Ghana. Enquire here. 1. White-necked Picathartes Bounds through the forest stealthily and effortlessly from one liana to the […]
It was with great elation, intrigue and no shortage of skepticism that the news of a Pel’s Fishing Owl taking residence at a Newlands home endowed with a Koi Pond hit the Cape Town birding community. For those of you that don’t know, the closest Pels fishing owl habitat is in Zululand about 1300 km […]
Ethiopia is the opposite of what the world tells us – there’s nothing that will prepare you for the beauty and richness of experiences this country has on offer. I certainly had no clue what was in store for me the day I visited Simien Mountains National Park. The aim of the visit was to […]