Migration Seeker .. Weekly Departures

We’re excited to announce that our Migration Seeker safari now departs weekly and is guaranteed to run with a minimum of two people booked. Our itinerary follows a circular route that takes us from Kenya into Tanzania and then back into Kenya incorporating some of East Africa’s most famous game parks; Amboseli, Tarangire, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Maasai Mara and Lake[…]

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Unmissable “AFRICA”

The recent BBC series AFRICA represents another amazing achievement for David Attenborough. There have been so many wonderful documentaries on Africa and its wildlife that you could be forgiven for not getting excited about another one. But this one is special. The photography is breathtaking and the events and incidents the team managed to capture on film are simply awesome;[…]

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Tarangire – Baobabs and Birds

Tarangire – Baobabs and Birds Tarangire is often overlooked by visitors to Tanzania more intent on the better known Serengeti or Ngorongoro Crater, but it is a park that has a surprising amount to offer. Declared a National park in 1971, Tarangire covers an area of 2,850 km sq. One of the park’s main features is the Tarangire river which[…]

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Kenya targets poachers

The Kenyan government has recently ramped up its anti-poaching operations; promising that KWS would be deploying 1000 more rangers to reinforce wildlife security efforts. Noting that the country had lost 74 elephants to poachers since the start of 2013 government spokesman Muthai Kariuki said that the rangers would get cutting edge training and equipment. At the same time he made[…]

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Vultures on Endangered Species List

We were really shocked to learn that both the White-Backed Vulture (Gyps Africanus) and the Ruppell’s Griffon Vulture (Gyps Ruepellii) have been moved onto the Endangered Species List. We’ve got so used to seeing these ugly buggers picking at carcasses that it’s hard to believe their numbers are falling rapidly. But according to the IUCN (International Union for the Conservation[…]

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