Author Diane Mariechild once said, “A woman is full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform.” African women are tapping into this power to not only break glass ceilings in Hollywood (see Lupita Nyong’o and Michaela Coel), in media (see Zain Asher and Bozoma Saint John),
We launched our fourth decade of service in 2017 with a year of continued growth, exciting trips, and expanded community outreach. Our clients are the lifeblood of the Company, and we thank all of our ‘safari family’ for their continued patronage. It was a particular pleasure to meet many of you
As we enter the holiday season, it is time to remember and reflect on the year and past adventures. We invite all safari travelers from 2017 to enter their favorite photos for our annual Photo Competition. The cut off for submissions is January 20, 2018.
February in the Masai Mara Weather and grasslands February has been warm and dry, we received only 1.5 mm at the beginning of the month, a north easterly wind blew in the early afternoons, sometimes creating dust storms like rooster tails as the dust spirals and twists high above tree
In our continuous quest for operating camps – and making a difference – in the best wildlife areas in Africa, the exclusive 26 180-hectare (64 692 acres) Qorokwe Concession has earned a well-deserved place in our ranks. Incredible abundance abounds, owing to its location on the border of the renowned
Nershada and Rhoda in Duba Plains – Day 07+08 Our wonderful safari to Botswana has come to our end. We stayed at both the beautiful Duba Plains and Duba Expedition Camp, located on a 77,000 acre private concession in the heart of the game rich Okavango Delta. This region of the
Day 1-2: Amalinda, Matobo Hills I started my safari adventure at Amalinda in Matobo Hills, in Zimbabwe. Amalinda is built into the granite kopjes and every room is unique, incorporating the rocks into each space. On the first day, we came across a mother rhino and her 2 calves and
Elia in Uganda – Day 04-06 Greetings from Uganda’s Impenetrable Forest. I had the thrill of a lifetime today with my first gorilla trek. The dense forest lived up to its name as it was a definite hike through the beautiful vegetation to our gorilla family. We spent 1 hour
Kyle in Zimbabwe – Day 12+13 Greetings from Zimbabwe. I bid the team at Pamushana farewell and met up with Sharon and Phil Stead, owners of Amalinda Lodge. We drove from Pamushana across Zimbabwe to their lodge in the Matobo Hills outside of Bulawayo (stopping enroute for ice-cream). Amalinda is
Condé Nast Traveler’s list of Top Travel Specialists 2017 It is great pleasure to announce that Mark Nolting has been included on the list – always serving travelers with the highest standards and the most unique safari experiences. Mark and the team are thrilled!