Southern Tuli Block

Southern Tuli Block

Anthony Ham, April 7, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
Night drives, fantastic wildlife, dramatic landscapes and a future as one of southern Africa’s most promising reserves make the southern Tuli Block Botswana’s best-kept secrets.
Khutse Game Reserve in Botswana

Khutse Game Reserve in Botswana

Anthony Ham, April 3, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
Khutse Game Reserve is the Kalahari’s most compact public reserve. Here you can also tap into the detailed local knowledge of scientists studying lion and leopard.
Rhinos, Buffalos and Antelopes Roam Mokala National Park

Rhinos, Buffalos and Antelopes Roam Mokala National Park

James Bainbridge, March 31, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
The animals roaming the open sandy plains, overlooked by lonely dolerite koppies, include black and white rhinos, buffalos and antelopes such as roan, tsessebe and black wildebeest.
Ruaha National Park in Tanzania

Ruaha National Park in Tanzania

Kim Wildman, March 15, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
When people think of safari destinations in Tanzania they automatically think of the Serengeti. And why not?
Lovely and Laid-back Saadani Safari Lodge

Lovely and Laid-back Saadani Safari Lodge

Emma Gregg, March 10, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
At Saadani Safari Lodge in Saadani National Park in Tanzania, you can snorkel over coral reefs in the morning and photograph elephants and giraffes in the afternoon. On most African bush-and-beach holidays, half a day or so...
Planet Baobab in Makgadikgadi Pans

Planet Baobab in Makgadikgadi Pans

James Bainbridge, March 6, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Pans are a remarkable desert environment, where waterholes are magnets for thirsty animals and baobab trees brush the sky. In northern Botswana, a few hours’ drive east of ...
A Bird, a Plane... or a Tree-Climbing Lion?

A Bird, a Plane... or a Tree-Climbing Lion?

Philip Briggs, February 22, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
One of the most biodiverse conservation areas in Africa, Queen Elizabeth National Park, though only 1,978 sq km in area, can be divided into half-a-dozen discrete sectors, each of which has its own character and charm. My favourite part of the park...
Learn Bush Skills And Elephant Lore

Learn Bush Skills And Elephant Lore

Emma Gregg, February 17, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
If you’ve been lucky enough to go on safari a few times, you might be keen to try something different from the usual guided game drives. Sanctuary Baines’ Camp, a small, eco-luxury camp located in a private concession in the Okavango Delta, has just the thing...
Karkloof Safari Spa and Wildlife Retreat

Karkloof Safari Spa and Wildlife Retreat

Emma Gregg, January 29, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
It’s a pleasure to chill out at Karkloof Safari Spa and Wildlife Retreat, South Africa. Could this be the most relaxed safari destination in Africa?
Boating Between Hippos And Elephants in Liwonde

Boating Between Hippos And Elephants in Liwonde

Philip Briggs, January 11, 2014 Category: Best Kept Safari Secrets
The stretch of the sluggish Shire flowing through Malawi's underrated Liwonde National Park is the archetypical African riverine scene. Among the smallest and most densely populated countries in southern Africa, Malawi is generally considered to b a bit of a second division safari destination.