Lions aren’t big tree-climbers. For leopards, a tree is the perfect place to snooze, stash a kill or observe the to-ings and fro-ings down below, but lions usually prefer to congregate beneath trees rather than haul themselves up into the branches.
Seeing a forest elephant from the safety of a vehicle is exhilarating enough. When you encounter one on foot, your heartbeat just rockets
There can be few more electrifying sights on safari than seeing a mighty leopard crouched on a branch, especially if it has just killed an antelope.
If you ask anyone about African Safari Highlights, those lucky enough to have seen and spent time with gorillas will almost certainly put them first – or in the top three.
Tanzania’s Saadani National Park isn’t known for its prolific wildlife, but sometimes it offers surprises.
While tracking lions in one of Africa’s largest parks we discovered that we were the ones being tracked...
All three of my meetings with wild gorillas are among the best wildlife encounters in my life.
In Tanzania’s Mahale Mountains National Park, amazing wildlife encounters are almost guaranteed.
Mike Unwin describes how a group of canoeists sleeping on a sandbank in the middle of the Zambezi River received a midnight visit from an elephant.