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Private houses for the perfect isolation safari

  Current research predicts that future travellers will want to spend their vacations in nature with close family and friends, and away from high-density city destinations. The days of the checklist vacation are thought to be over as we see a shift toward...

Virtual Horse Safari in South Africa

Virtual safaris are taking off in Africa at the moment due to the lockdown. We love this new channel from our friends at Wait a Little Horse Safaris called Virtual Horse Safari. Subscribe to their YouTube Channel to be reminded when they publish new episodes &...

Turtle Hatching Season Starts in Kenya

We wanted to share this wonderful wildlife news from our friends at Kinondo Kwetu; one of our favourite boutique beach lodges in Kenya. Outposts Travel Africa has sent many clients here over the years including couples and honeymooners and we always receive...

Tribal Textiles Zambia – NEW Face Masks For Sale

We love these new cotton face masks from Tribal Textiles made from traditional African fabric called chitenge. They are ethically handcrafted in South Luangwa, Zambia. Every mask sold supports the Tribal Textiles artisans, their families and the local community of...

Namibia Conservation Travel Series

  NAMIBIA, CONSERVATION FIRST – COVID CHRONICLES is an Ultimate Safaris produced real-life Conservation Travel series, documenting the current realtime behind the scenes life of active conservation in Namibia, putting CONSERVATION FIRST. This is your...

Kevin Richardson, the ‘Lion Whisperer’

  Africa Geographic recently interviewed Kevin Richardson, celebrity lion whisperer, about his lions. Their questions go to the core of the role that captive lion facilities play in conservation and their apparent promotion of the evil industry of lion petting....

News from Secluded Africa, Kenya

  We wanted to share this video and newsletter from our Secluded Africa 'family' in Kenya. Richard and his team have been in lockdown at one of their lodges called Kipalo Hills in Tsavo. They are in great need of support to keep their rangers going and employed...

Water Arrives in the Desert in Botswana

The water has arrived in Botswana after an extended dry spell! Residents of Maun in Botswana celebrate as the annual Okavango Delta floodwaters arrive in this dusty frontier town. Watch this wonderful video from Desert & Delta showing the miracle of water arriving...

Trying to Outsmart Lions

We hope you are all safe and remaining positive during these unusual times. We want to keep your dreams of travelling to Africa alive and keep you connected to nature. We thought we'd share this humorous footage from Londolozi Field Guide James Souchon. His GoPro...

Sign the petition to #ENDTHETRADE

Our world has been forever changed. We have shuttered our homes, shuttered our businesses, lost our jobs, lost our sense of security, toppled the global economy, watched our loved ones get sick and die, and overwhelmed our health care systems beyond recognition. The...

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