Monthly Archives: July 2015

Blood Lions – documentary feature film.

Blood Lions – documentary feature film.

Sandy Wood joined 500 people on the 22nd July, including media, government representatives, conservation organisations and the general public, to view the premiere screening of BLOOD LIONS, a controversial documentary feature film that blows the lid off claims made by the predator breeding and canned hunting industries. “In terms of our strategy for the campaign…

Weight restrictions….Nope, they won’t weigh you naked!

Weight restrictions….Nope, they won’t weigh you naked!

Due to their location, many African safari camps are accessed by light aircraft. As these planes are small, there are size and weight restrictions (both for customers and their luggage). Just as passengers need to know in advance about the restrictions; it is even more important that we inform the airlines about any unusual shapes…

Elephant Pepper Camp

Elephant Pepper Camp

Luxurious safari tents, comfortable beds, a warm fire, hot chocolate, delicious afternoon teas, great fireside stories, wonderful sounds of the bush at night – Elephant Pepper Camp, in the Masai Mara, is without a doubt, one of the best camps I’ve been to in my nearly 22 years in this industry. It’s as if a…

Minute’s silence for UK victims.

Minute’s silence for UK victims.

David Cameron has announced that there will be a national minute’s silence today (Friday 3 July) at 12.00 BST to remember victims of the Tunisian beach attack. Join us at Pulse Africa in showing our support by taking part in this minute’s silence at 13.00 South African time.

Kenya Visa – New eVisa for Kenya

Kenya Visa – New eVisa for Kenya

With effect from 1st July 2015, your Kenya visa can be applied for online before arrival. There will be a grace period of two months (until the end of August 2015) during which time you can choose whether to obtain the eVisa online or obtain your visa at the port of entry. From the 1st…