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The National Geographic Travel Photography 2018 winners

This year’s National Geographic Travel Photography winners stunned yet again across three categories; Nature, Cities and People. Be inspired by the top three Nature category winners: First: Mermaid Humpback whale off Kumejima Island, Japan Reiko Takanashi "I was fortunate to have encountered a humpback whale with her calf on my first day snorkeling near Japan's Kumejima Island.…

Lodge of The Month [August] | Lemala Mara Tented Camp

Located 45 minutes from the great Mara River and Lamai triangle where the great wonder of the wildebeest migration. Here, in this immense remote wilderness, almost double the size of the Masai Mara, guests can enjoy fabulous landscapes and terrific game viewing with practically no crowds. Resident wildlife numbers are exceptionally high, with prides of lion up to 30 strong, but nothing…

10 reasons why you should explore Selous Game Reserve

Selous Game Reserve is a vast of 48,000 square kilometres area lying at the heart of southern Tanzania. It is Africa's largest wildlife reserve and home to large herds of elephants, buffalos, crocodiles, hippo, wild dogs and many bird species and some of Tanzania's last remaining black rhino. Bisecting it is the Rufiji River, which cuts a path past woodlands, grasslands and stands of…

Should you take your kids on a Great Migration safari?

The Great Migration is one of the most intriguing spectacles of nature. Every year, millions of wildebeest and plains game traverse the Serengeti in Tanzania and head north to Kenya’s Masai Mara in search of rich feeding grounds, and fresh water sources.  The paths that these animals follow present their own unique set of challenges, including surviving the Grumeti river crossing in…

Father Africa: Celebrating Kingsley Holgate

When we think about explorers and big Travel Channel stars, names like Bear Grylls, David Attenborough and Dominic Monaghan come to mind. With years of experience traveling the globe and coming face-to-face with some of nature’s most wondrous sights, these modern-day globetrotters inspire awe and a certain amount of envy when we look back at their lifetime of experience and…

20 reasons why you should visit Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National Park situated in Tanzania is one of the largest parks in the East Africa. Known for its rich flora and fauna, it's also home to huge elephant populations, with an estimated 12,000 elephants migrating through the greater Ruaha ecosystem each year. Ruaha National Park is also a habitat for the endangered African wild dog population as well as wildlife such as lions, zebras,…

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