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Black Rhino Release

Black Rhino Release

Early morning (3am early) brought with it excitement akin to Christmas morning for a young child. Courtesy of Jane Edge from Fair Trade Tourism,  I was fortunate enough to be experiencing this incredible event; the release of three young black rhino into a selected area of the Dinokeng Game Reserve. This relatively new reserve is…

Climbing Mount Sinai

Climbing Mount Sinai

I guess, at some stage, most of us expect to tick Egypt off our bucket list of “travel destinations” worth a visit. The ancient land of pyramids and temples, Nile cruises and Arab markets most certainly tossed up a number of surprises. The warm & engaging people with their great sense of humour, the wide…

We have found, just for you...

We have found, just for you...

…an idyllic spot in a remote part of Kenya.  Set on top of a hill, the aptly named Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is an architect’s dream; a collection of quirky, eclectic buildings making up this little piece of paradise. There are not many places in the world where you can lie in bed, float in…

Mashatu

Mashatu

I was fortunate to have an amazing visit in December to Mashatu Game Reserve, located in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve of Botswana. This is a national park in Zimbabwe and the Mapungubwe National Park, a World Heritage Site in South Africa. One is amazed at the vast open spaces and the biodiversity of wildlife.

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…