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Serengeti Rewind - Delta Willis

From time to time our various international satellite representatives send through some wonderful travel stories for us to share with you. Delta Willis, based in the USA, has recently returned from a trip to Tanzania and has sent through this lovely account of her experience… “In Ngorongoro Crater, I saw a wildebeest being born. Watching…

Rhino Art Project

How often have you donated money to a charitable cause and wondered just where your hard earned cash actually ended up? I know for a fact that some of my charitable deeds have ended up paying for an organiser’s luxury holiday rather than fighting the cause for which I had intended it to support. So…

Tintswalo Atlantic

Tintswalo Atlantic

I’ve just spent the two most incredible days at the newly reopened Tintswalo Atlantic in Cape Town. From the moment I arrived and was driven down to the hotel I could see immediately that I’d arrived somewhere very special. The drive down to the hotel is nothing short of spectacular with the most beautiful views…

Uganda in brief

Uganda in brief

Uganda is not sophisticated; it is real, raw Africa The traffic is crazy in the main cities but the country side is lush and beautifully green. Before travelling, you need to put all your preconceptions of previous African countries aside (including and most especially, South Africa), and travel with an open mind and fresh expectations.…

Abandoned in the Masaai Mara

Abandoned in the Masaai Mara

It is Kenyatta Day in Kenya, October 20th. Actually it is now known as Mashujaa or Heroes Day. Big celebrations are to be held in Nairobi and as a result, the government have declared that Nairobi air space be closed for much of the morning. This meant my flight from Nairobi left earlier than usual.…