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Following in the footsteps of giants, a unique Kruger experience

Discovering stunning spots in the Kruger National Park where no tourist has ever been, becoming part of the food chain for a week by sharing the living space of elephants, hippos, buffaloes and lions, testing your feet, legs and stamina with a 100+ kilometre walking expedition; the newly developed north-to-south Kruger Trail is the stuff that the dreams of adventurous nature lovers are made of.

Embark on a journey with purpose through Africa

In July, 2017, the Journeys With Purpose expedition will make its way through remote parts of South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia, taking a limited number of people to some extraordinary places and conservation projects.

The safari magic of Murchison Falls

Situated in the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley, Murchison Falls National Park is undoubtedly one of the country’s natural highlights.

Hot as hell at Erta Ale

Hiking up the volcano that is Ethiopia’s Erta Ale and glimpsing into the rising, spitting, shifting, bubbling lava lake at its core.

Top 10 tips for a self-drive safari in Botswana

From the thrill of driving through the beautiful Kalahari wilderness to the excitement of camping under the immense African sky, a self-drive safari entices many Botswana visitors. Here are 10 security tips to keep you safe.

Sailing to Senegal

The sailing ship, Picton Castle, anchors in Dakar in Senegal for an unforgettable experience of the bustling city.

Ascending the Aberdare

The challenge of climbing the Aberdare Mountains, which lie about three hours north-east of Nairobi and border the Great Rift Valley.

World record attempt: London to Cape Town

Heading ‘The Fast Way Down’ from London to Cape Town in an attempt to break the world record and raise money for the Pro Track Anti-Poaching Unit in South Africa.

Stranded on the Congo

The adventurous team on the Heart of Africa expedition won’t let a few setbacks deter them in their quest to get to the northern rainforests of the Republic of Congo.

Why Angolan crocodile nests are a big deal

As if a three month canoe expedition down the Okavango River system wasn’t enough, Josh Iremonger and Dan Dugmore have also discovered crocodile nests in Angola and contributed to important research on the species.