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Kicking goals for wildlife

Football, oryx, warriors – it’s an unusual combination but this is how Melako Community Conservancy in Northern Kenya is helping to secure the future of wildlife and communities.

Walking safaris in the Kruger region

Getting a closer look at the African bushveld and all its components is one of the highlights of a safari holiday. Walking in a Big 5 reserve offers an element of excitement and speaks to some of the keenest adventurers.

Kingdom of the silverbacks

These bloggers write about the paradox of the mountain gorilla and an experience they will never forget at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

The man behind Luangwa Bush Camping

This year Robin Pope Safaris celebrates 10 years of Luangwa Bush Camping. Zambian guide Kanga Banda is the man and contagious energy behind running this safari and he has a story of his own to tell.

Further into paradise

Scott Ramsay adventures take him to iSimangaliso Wetland Park on the east coast of South Africa, where he indulges in the underwater treasures of the ocean at Rocktail bay.

A gallery of earth

Gallery Earth brings the seldom seen artistry of the aerial landscape into the home in this video.

Bushwise sleep-out

Erik Brits travels to Limpopo to spend a day with the guides-in-training at the Bushwise Field Guides training facility.

Till we meet again, Malawi.

Jeff and Kerryn complete their last stretch in Malawi, although the last few days are spent sick in bed they vow that they will be back to visit again!

Pushing on: Plett to PE

Grant Christie’s journey on foot around the coast of South Africa continues into one of his favourite areas; Tsitsikamma, and then onward to PE.

Tips for driving in sand

Driving in sand will “cross your path” at some stage if you drive off-road at all in Southern Africa. Here are a few useful tips for driving in sand that may make the experience a little easier and give you some peace of mind.

Self-driving Africa: How not to get lost

Self-driving Africa has got to be the most rewarding way to see this incredible continent, here are some tips and tricks on how not to get lost while self-driving Africa.

Diving with dinosaurs

We go diving with cow sharks; a shark with very few modern adaptations that makes them one of the closest links we have to dinosaurs.

Walking the Whale Coast

Grant continues his journey, walking from Gordon’s Bay through to Gansbaai on the Whale Coast.

Rhino tracking in the desert

Rhino tracking on foot in the rocky mountains and dry riverbeds of Damaraland gave these bloggers the opportunity to come face-to-face with a desert-adapted black rhino mother and her calf.

Sign up and Race4Rhinos – make a difference

Race4Rhino has secured 250 places for the 2014 Argus Cycle Tour. Over 200 eager cyclists have already registered so far and we expect a full house so please register soon to avoid disappointment. Beginners welcome.

Peeling back the layers of Rwanda

Visiting Rwanda gave this blogger the opportunity to peel back the layers of a country shell-shocked by civil war and genocide where the evils of genetic labeling and propaganda nearly cost the country its soul.

Six million steps

Six Million Steps is a journey of one man hiking the South African coastline. The adventure will take place over roughly 3000 km, effecting change one step at a time.

Getting to know the gorillas of Uganda

There are less than 900 individual mountain gorillas left in the wild. This photographer goes trekking in search of the groups that live in the Bwindi forest.

Horse sleep-out in the Namib Desert

These bloggers go galloping across the rocky plains of the Namib with nothing between them and the wide-open spaces and discover a sense of freedom and a safari like no other…

A British adventure in Africa

A week later after landing back at Heathrow, a British educator sits down to compile his thoughts and reflections on an adventure in Africa.

Rafting down the Kunene River with crocodiles

A massive Nile crocodile, with jaws full of razor sharp teeth, swam straight towards their blow-up raft before being scared away by the slap of a paddle… read about the adventures of Marcus and Kate in Namibia.

Overlanding through Africa

Meet Patrick and Chloe – two new bloggers to join the Africa Geographic online community! This soon-to-be-wed couple departed in June 2013 to follow their dream of overlanding through Africa. They have so far travelled 9802 kilometres through Namibia and Botswana and are heading towards Ethiopia. See below for a montage of pics of their journey […]