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Gallery: Samburu Tribe

This fantastic gallery of Samburu tribe images will have you contacting us to plan your next safari and packing your bags for Africa

A Kenyan Safari

An East African bush and beach exploration of epic proportions.

Mozambican honeymoon

A beach break in Vilanculos proves to be the perfect complement to a week in the bush.

Malawi’s president backs stop Wildlife Crime campaign

In honour of World Wildlife Day, the president of the Republic of Malawi pledged his support for the nation’s Stop Wildlife Crime campaign, highlighting the importance that is being placed on the crack down on the illegal ivory trade.

Selous: A Long Way From Anywhere

Selous is Africa’s oldest and largest protected area. This fantastic gallery of images will have you contacting our safari team and packing your bags

Kruger Addicts

An Australian couple share why they are so crazy about Kruger National Park.

Exploring Etosha

Everything you need to know about Etosha National Park in Namibia.

I Love Namibia

11,862km, 4 countries, 5 weeks and 7 punctures make for a different kind of honeymoon.


Jim Naughten first came across the Herero tribe in Namibia 15 years ago when he saw a Herero lady sashaying across the desert in her beautiful dress.

Lemurs of Madagascar

The endemic lemurs of Madagascar are unique and fascinating. Here is a fantastic photo gallery that will get you packing your bags for your next safari.

Uganda dreaming

Chris and his father went on a fantastic Uganda safari to see shoebills in Murchison Falls, chimpanzees in Kibale & mountain gorillas in Bwindi.

Gabon – central Africa’s oasis

The only current English guidebook I could find on Gabon describes it as “an oasis of stability and prosperity in a region that has had more than its fair share of trouble”. It is indeed a remarkable country and was at the top of my African wish-list for many reasons: 80% covered in dense forest, […]


Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park – a land of thirst with boundless wildlife.

Life in a Land of Thirst

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is a vast wildlife paradise and photographer’s dream. This fantastic image gallery will have you packing your safari bags

Wings over Namibia

This fantastic gallery of Namibia from the air is a photographer’s delight, and will have you packing your safari bag and camera

A Rock Art Jewel

In 2009 I was commissioned to document a complex rock art panel on the roof of a shelter in a remote area of South Africa’s Drakensberg Mountains. The area is out of bounds to the general public and required me visiting the site on three different occasions to capture all the relevant information from the […]

South Africa's craft beer route

Many would say that craft beer is about quality, or that, if you can stir the mash tun by hand, it is craft. When planning a craft beer route, one that is definitive or meaningful in some way, one needs to look beyond simple certainties. Indeed, quality is paramount, and what sets craft apart in […]

Wild Horses of the Namib

I struggled to wake up and keep warm. The searing desert temperatures had traded places with a blast from the South Pole. A layer of ice clung to the windscreen as we climbed into the vehicle at Klein Aus Vista, but it couldn’t dampen my spirits. I was going to visit the wild horses of […]

Ethiopia’s Church Forests

In the highlands of Ethiopia, American scientist Meg Lowman is working with local forest ecologist Alemayehu Wassie to protect ancient church forests. As in many developing countries, much of Ethiopia’s original forests have been cleared for subsistence agriculture and for harvesting timber and firewood, diminishing northern Ethiopia’s forest cover from 45% of its territory in […]

Finding Gold in Gabon

I was used to working in the savannahs of eastern and southern Africa, where the animals I studied roamed in full sight. I was used to the relative comfort and safety of getting around in a 4×4, and my camera went everywhere with me. Then, in 2010, I arrived in the Central African country of […]

The Big Five for a Small Price

But going there none of the songs playing in the minivan were ones that I had requested. We were on a team-building trip, en route to Djuma Private Game Reserve. Africa Geographic’s advertising manager, Adie, had emailed the team asking for music preferences, but she had forgotten the Pink Floyd I requested. She played Steve […]


As I nudged my golf ball off its tee, the ship swayed ever so slightly to the right, correcting my bad putt and depositing the ball neatly in the hole nine levels above the sea. I looked around me and the metropolis of Durban, from which we were departing, started to appear more and more […]

Living Wild in Liuwa

I have always wanted to meet Lady Liuwa so I must admit to a touch of celebrity fever as we approached her and 4 other lions sheltering in the scant shade offered by a patch of shrubs. She’s clearly an older lady now, what with that gaunt face and sunken eyes, but she still has […]

Botswana’s All Women Guiding Team

Unusual? Certainly. Ground breaking? Definitely. You see, at Botswana’s Chobe Game Lodge, every field guide is a woman. It’s refreshing really. Congregating in the lounge for their afternoon game drive, guests gather camera equipment and don sun hats before walking to the open game drive vehicles to meet the khaki-clad ladies. Every “Chobe Angel” is […]

Vic Falls, Africa’s Adventure Capital

As we lined up for the canopy tour, one of my fellow flyers asked our guide, ‘On a scale of one to white water rafting, how scary is this?’ I laughed because I didn’t understand her question. Yet. Not far away, another group lined up for the gorge swing. Hysterical screams echoed across the Batoka […]

Silent Shores

📷 Kolmanskop, Namibia 📷 Kolmanskop, Namibia 📷 Kolmanskop, Namibia 📷 Kolmanskop, Namibia 📷 Wreck of the Eduard Bohlen, Skeleton Coast, Namibia 📷 Xai Xai, Mozambique 📷 Xai Xai, Mozambique 📷 Xai Xai, Mozambique 📷 Xai Xai, Mozambique Contributors Lebanon born CHRISTIAN GHAMMACHI discovered photography in 1991 and since then has exhibited in many countries. His last show in London was titled “Forsaken – Africa” […]

The Chocolate Isles – A Place of Peace

The island nation of São Tomé & Príncipe is the second smallest country in Africa, but its size belies a natural bounty and a complex yet fascinating history. The islands are one of West Africa’s most important nesting sites for turtles. Nine hundred species of vascular plants take root here, and a great variety of […]

Josie Borain’s Cape Town

As a model and photographer I lived in New York City for 13 years and never visited the Statue of Liberty. I returned home to Cape Town 19 years ago and over an amazing 4 days in December I was able to experience the mother city as a visitor for the first time. I kicked […]

Africa’s Arches

In February 2015, five rangers from Chad’s Zakouma National Park and the operations manager of DRC’s Garamba National Park will travel to the Ennedi Plateau to run the gruelling Le Treg ultramarathon. Their number is significant as they run in memory of six Zakouma rangers killed by poachers in 2012. Jean Labuschange, previously a volunteer […]


Photographic encounters at the very heart of Africa.

Samburu Sensations

I was enthusiastic about the Africa Geographic team’s bid to get me twitching because they weren’t so mischievous as to give me a rare bird challenge. The list was compiled to demonstrate the diversity and splendour of the region’s birds and there was the added prospect of seeing many lifers. I began preparing by searching […]

Himba – Wild Born

The ritual journey of a Himba girl into womanhood. The Himba are an indigenous tribe from the arid region of north-western Namibia.

Wild Inspiration