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Elusive animals caught on camera trap

WWF releases camera trap images by Will Burrard-Lucas of some of Namibia’s elusive animals – some of which have never been photographed in high definition before.

Peter Beard and The End of the Game

A meeting with Peter Beard, author of the End of the Game – a provocative tale of the harsh reality of starvation, poaching and hunting in Kenya.

Book Review: Birds of Uganda

A fantastic memento for birders, ‘Birds of Uganda’ makes the perfect accompaniment to any safari in the ‘Pearl of Africa’.

A cheetah nibbled my toe

Kim Wolhuter has an up close and personal experience with a cheetah at Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana.

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.

Why do lions play?

When Bushwise students find some lions playing around in the bush, they raise some questions about lion behaviour.

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.

Do you need a DSLR?

With plenty of alternatives to DSLR cameras on the market, including super-zooms and mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras, Will Burrard-Lucas answers the question of if you even need a DSLR?

Arriving in Morocco by tall ship

Bright blue fishing boats, red desert sunsets and bustling colourful markets make Essaouira in Morroco a sensory overload for Picton Castle crew.

Sustainability steeped in history at Spioenkop

With its commitment to sustainability combined with its rich history and the natural beauty of the area, Three Tree Hill Lodge makes for the perfect South African getaway. And the best part is that it’s certified by Fair Trade Tourism!