Kasanka Bat Migration

Kasanka Bat Migration

The Kasanka bat migration in Zambia  isn’t quite as well known as the East African wildebeest migration, but that’s not to say it’s any less spectacular. Between October and December each year, about ten million straw coloured fruit bats stream into a few hectares of forest in the Kasanka National Park   At dusk the sheer number…

Silk On Safari

Silk On Safari

Silk and safari are two words that probably shouldn’t go together. On this occasion we’re not talking about a pretty silk blouse but rather a silk tree. That’s right, a tree covered in a pure white silk sheath. Trai Anfield leads photography-focused expeditions around the world and this time round she was based at Serian…

Seeing the best of Cape Town

Seeing the best of Cape Town

“But we have the mounnnnnnntains…” “And we have the oooooooceans…” Capetonians are very proud of their city and have a friendly rivalry with South Africa’s other big city, Johannesburg.  Whenever a resident of Johannesburg, of which I am one, speaks to a Capetonian, one is met with comments similar to the ones above. So, recently…

A Room With A View

A Room With A View

The team at Conde Nast have scoured the world for The Best Views and have found some real gems,  a few of which are now on my bucket list. However, we have found a few others that we think our clients should know about. Loisaba Tented Camp (Kenya) Perched on the edge of an escarpment,…

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…