Safari tips & trip reports
Travel in Africa is about knowing when and where to go, and with whom. A few weeks too early / late or a few kilometers off course and you could miss the greatest show on Earth. And wouldn’t that be a pity? Here are carefully constructed safari tips from our team and report-backs from some of our guests.
Sundowner, anyone? We reveal our top 10 sundowner spots in Africa – best enjoyed with exotic cocktails and delicious snacks
Searching for super tuskers? We spotted three of these legendary elephants in one safari trip – here’s how we did it.
Between meals, cocktails, spa treatments and pool dips, when should you head into the wild? Here we recommend our favourite safari time
Wildlife corridors are used by lions, elephants & other large creatures. If humans avoid those corridors they can reduce loss of lives & livelihood
Khwai (Botswana) is every wildlife photographer’s dream. Check out this gallery of images & contact us for your safari plans
Our 2020 Photographer of the Year winners enjoy their safari prize in the Big 5 Sabi Sands Game Reserve, Greater Kruger
Trips: Mokala National Park, South Africa, Zambezi National Park, Zimbabwe
Experience conservation activities as a hands-on tourist – two trip reports from Africa Geographic tribe members
When is the best safari season in Africa? We answer one of the most common safari questions with a comprehensive look at the best African destinations and when to visit them in December, January and February,
When is the best safari season in Africa? We answer one of the most common safari questions with a comprehensive look at the best African destinations and when to visit them in June, July and August.
Malaria is a parasitic disease that is usually spread by the female Anopheles mosquito. Prevention is better than cure, and we provide tips
The 10 best birding spots in Uganda, which hosts 1065 species – the ideal place to improve your life bird species list
Safari report-back: Art safari in Big 5 Greater Kruger with a professional wildlife artist. What my guests had to say. By Alison Nicholls