East Africa Bush Tails
Get those cameras ready to photograph some stunning landscapes and once in a lifetime viewing of African wildlife on these five departures. We feature four “Signature Safaris” to Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Rwanda & Uganda, and Botswana. Top quality guides lead these trips to Africa’s Top Wildlife Countries! 15-Day Zimbabwe “Eyes on
Visiting Tanzania is about much more than the annual wildebeest migration that traverses the Serengeti. At any time of year, the region offers travellers diverse game viewing, from big predators to prolific prey, on its vast open plains and along its river banks. Be captured by the awe of the many
Hello Lamai friends!! Don’t panic but we’re back in the bush and we’re frantically knocking stuff down and building stuff up again. There is gratuitous use of tractors and I’ve taken the opportunity to finally squeeze some tractor photographs into the blog – who doesn’t love tractors? Exactly – nobody!!
April’s word has to be lions! The sightings have been amazing with so much Lion activity……… Nemesi has been consistently seen with her 3 cubs who are growing rapidly and seem to be doing extremely well and absolutely loving their home in the Chyulus. We are able to track the
George was with Wilberg Family and reported amazing sightings during their adventures. Wilberg Party George on arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport where they had short briefing and started drive to Coffee lodge for lunch. After lunch we headed towards Ngorongoro Exploreans Lodge and enjoyed our scenic drive as we climbed the
We left Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge at 7am and drove to the National Park HQ. At the office we paid our fees (US$ 100.00 for non-residents) and were introduced to the Guide who would be escorting us to the Monkeys. The Golden Monkey, Cercopithecus mitis kandti is a local subspecies of
Climate Magnificent thunder and lightning shows have returned to Odzala with blue skies and misty mornings in tow: the short rainy season is upon us and is making up for lost time with almost 100 mm falling in one day, of which almost half fell one hour. Needless to say
It’s that time of year again! The wildebeest have started arriving on the Sasakwa Plains of the Serengeti and the herds seem to be multiplying at an astonishing rate with each passing day. Overnight, the grassland below Singita Sasakwa Lodge has been flooded by tens of thousands of wildebeest, making
Samburu children in northern Kenya know a lot about wildlife because they live in a wild country amongst wild animals while herding livestock like goats, sheep and cows. They have to learn as much as possible about the reptiles, birds and mammals in order to survive – or keep safe.
Little Jackline’s Life saved! Surgery for young children is still a challenge in rural Uganda where appropriate facilities and skills maybe inadequate. Success stories like the one below help demonstrate the importance of our services, and motivate us to continue striving to improve. Jackline, a seven year old girl from