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News from Lewa Wilderness, Kenya

Celebrating 50 years of Adventure in Comfort 1972 - 2022 To celebrate the 50 year anniversary of Lewa Wilderness in Kenya this month we suggest leaving the car behind for a morning and embarking on a 'bush walk' with their trained walking guides. Having 'in-house'...

Luxury Dhow Safari – Kenya

TUSITIRI DHOW: UNRIVALLED PRIVACY AND SECLUSION Tusitiri Dhow is a luxury dhow based in Lamu, Kenya that offers exclusive use safaris for a minimum of 6 adults and a maximum of 10 adults to sleep onboard. The season kicks off again from 1st August 2022 and runs...

Wild Adventure That’s Good for the Soul

AN ENRICHING 8 DAY SAFARI EXPERIENCE IN BOTSWANA More of us are making conscious decisions about travelling in a more eco-friendly, impactful, and ethical way. We want to connect with nature, with communities, and get a deeper understanding of the places we visit....

PCR Entry Tests Scrapped for Kenya & Namibia

TRAVEL TO KENYA We are delighted to announce that Kenya has removed the PCR Covid-19 test requirement for entry for ALL fully vaccinated travelers. Here is a link to the latest Kenya general travel requirement issued on 11, March 2022.In Summary: All passengers coming...

Sustainable Safaris in Zambia & Malawi

@greensafaris @chisabusangacamp.greensafaris @theadbox_creative @smallworldmarketing   EXPLORE ZAMBIA & MALAWI Experience a sustainable safari in southern Africa and become part of a love story that leaves the world, and you, transformed for the...

Our Magical Trip to Kenya

We thought you might enjoy reading a bit of positive news regarding travelling to Africa, namely Kenya. In response to a wonderful referral from a loyal Swiss client who traveled to Kenya with his family and grandparents 2 Christmases ago, we put together a safari and...

Omicron Impact on Travel to Africa

Business as usual in Southern Africa while waiting for details on REAL impact of Omicron As most of you will already be aware, genome sequencing by world-class South African scientists identified a new variant of the Covid-19 virus last week. The UK & other...

Rhino News from Borana – Kenya

  We thought our readers might like to hear some good news from Kenya. We are thrilled to announce another three rhino births on Borana Conservancy in Laikipia, Kenya. Two female black rhino were born in August and September with another male white rhino being...

Introducing Onduli Ridge – Namibia

THE CAMP Onduli Ridge, named after the resident giraffe of the area, is built at the base of two south facing granite outcrops which are connected by a ridge. This location allows for magnificent views of Namibia’s highest mountain, the Brandberg, to the south and the...

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