Tembo, meaning elephant, reflects more than just a name honouring the animals on these protected plains. It speaks to the long and unique relationship and empathy that renowned Great Plains Conservation founders Dereck and Beverly
I had the great pleasure of visiting Azura Benguerra and it reminded me of how much beauty and wonder we have within easy reach of South Africa. Especially in Mozambique. Lucky for us Airlink have direct
Kisawa Sanctuary on Mozambique’s Benguerra Island has been consciously designed to nurture the bond between people and place, life and land – with the express purpose of blending the wilderness and ocean surrounds with the resort’s
In a privately managed 21,000 hectare portion of the Marakele National Park – an exclusive wilderness at the foot of South Africa’s scenically beautiful Waterberg mountain range, Marataba Conservation Camps host a range of innovative
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Victoria Falls is recognised as the greatest curtain of falling water in the world. At the height of the
Thousands of Lions, Tigers, Leopards and other species of big cats live out their lives in squalor however a fortunate few have found a true Sanctuary at Panthera Africa outside the quiet village of Stanford.
A luxury five-star eco-reserve set between mountains and sea in the Overberg region just 2 hours from Cape Town, Grootbos Private Nature Reserve lives loyally by an ethos of sustainability, harmony and immersion in nature.
The Mwiba Wildlife Reserve hosts only a handful of guests at a time, enabling an excellent, soulful safari experience within the greater Serengeti eco-system. A conservation concession dedicated to the imperative balance between wildlife and
We’re in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda, where I’ve chosen to live out my life-long dream of seeing mountain gorillas in the wild. I’ve made it part of a Ugandan overland safari, one in
It was Richard Mullin who said ‘The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa – for he has so much to look forward to.’ An accurate observation as