How many elephants RGS - the band

National Park Rescue 2

Interview with Dr Niall McCann .. Part 2 This follows on from our post of 22 October https://www.wildlifephotographyafrica.com/national-park-rescue/ TMD – You’re obviously not going as far north as Tanzania or Selous.NM – No, because they’ve lost 70% of their elephants, they’ve been smashed.We had decided to focus on the KAZA because it’s got half of the remaining elephants in Africa;[…]

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Dr Niall McCann

National Park Rescue

Interview with Dr Niall McCann .. Part 1 A short while ago I was asked to take some photographs at an event organised by How Many Elephants at the RGS to raise awareness of the plight of Africa’s elephants and raise funds for anti-poaching efforts. The speakers were Holly Budge from How Many Elephants, Beks Ndlovu from African Bush Camps[…]

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Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge

#OneZimbabwe

Gonarezhou NP is one of our absolute favourite places to visit; now Gonarezhou’s best lodge, Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge, has joined forces with industry partners throughout Zimbabwe in a new movement,  #OneZimbabwe, which aims to create positive perception and momentum by highlighting this beautiful country, its amazing people and stunning wilderness areas. Why not join us on safari in Zimbabwe[…]

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Botswana Adventurer Camp

Botswana Adventurer

The Botswana Adventurer offers a unique experience to budget conscious travellers with a full participation safari that takes you through some of Botswana’s finest National Parks and Game Reserves. Safari camp life Participation means that the guests will participate in all camp duties including the erecting and dismantling of the camp, collecting of firewood, washing dishes etc which all lend to authentic experience of a[…]

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Bat migration, Kasanka NP

10 Million Bats

Watch 10 Million Bats descend into Kasanka With over 10 million straw coloured fruit Bats descending into Kasanka, this is the largest mammal migration on Earth! The Bat Migration is one of the most jaw-dropping spectacles of nature and an absolute must to experience! While the sheer volume of bats is special, it is the atmosphere surrounding this phenomenon that[…]

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wild dogs, okavango delta

5 Rivers – Explore Botswana in Summer

5 Rivers If, like us, you keep your eyes open for the very best deals on African Safaris then this is one you should not miss. The summer rains are a time of plenty in Africa; mammals are fat and healthy and for many species, it is a time to bring their young into the world. The bush is an[…]

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view over the Ngorongoro crater from Kirurumu camp

Ngorongoro Crater, is it really a ‘must see’?

Said to hold the greatest concentration of wildlife in Africa, Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (since 1979) and forms a key component of Tanzania’s northern safari circuit. History The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) was established in 1959 to try and resolve the problems with Maasai and other tribes caused by the National Park Ordinance of 1948,[…]

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mobile safari camp, aerial view

Affordable Botswana

Affordable Botswana? Absolutely! Botswana’s reputation as one of the very best places in Africa to see wildlife in unspoiled habitats goes hand in hand with the common perception that it is also one of the more expensive destinations to go on safari. Whilst it is certainly true that there are a few lodges with nightly rates that will make you[…]

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