Africa’s 5-Million Star Safari Lodges: 10 Best Starbed Experiences
May22

Africa’s 5-Million Star Safari Lodges: 10 Best Starbed Experiences

Maybe 5 million is undershooting the mark somewhat (100 billion is more accurate), but it certainly paints the picture we’re after: stars, upon stars, upon stars, twinkling in onyx skies, stretching from horizon to horizon. These are the views from Africa’s best starbed safari lodges and luxury camps, and they are some of the most humbling and unforgettable vistas you will ever lay eyes on. We went in search of these starbeds and...

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Where the Wild River flows: Rukiya Safari Camp
May16

Where the Wild River flows: Rukiya Safari Camp

Situated between whispering riverine trees, beneath the dappled shade, and overlooking the rushing Blyde River, Rukiya Safari Camp feels like a peaceful retreat designed to nourish the soul. It is surrounded by nature’s abundance, and built with sheer comfort in mind; from the natural wood and canvas tented structures, to the calming rimflow pool. Rukiya is located in the lesser known Wild Rivers Private Nature Reserve in the Greater...

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Cycling iMfolozi to Save African Wild Dogs
Jul20

Cycling iMfolozi to Save African Wild Dogs

When it comes to exercising, there is no better motivation than to do it for a good cause. When the exercise is heart-thumping, pedal-beating mountain biking and the cause is conserving African wild dogs, there is just no better reason to jump in the saddle! The Wild Series iMfolozi Mountain Bike Challenge offers the ride of a lifetime to adrenalin junkies, nature lovers, and mountain bikers all in the name of saving Africa’s...

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Suzelle DIY Visits Mabula Game Lodge
Jul19

Suzelle DIY Visits Mabula Game Lodge

South African YouTube sensation, Suzelle DIY, has brought her hilarious catch phrases, unique outfits, and of course, her best friend, Marianne, to the bush. Suzelle launched her video – What to do on Safari – and had her audience in stitches with her reference to having a pair of ‘goodbye noculars’, a pink ‘bush survival kit’, and introducing us to Ryno of the Bush. All this hilarity took place in South Africa’s pristine Waterberg...

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Awe-inspiring Angles on Wildlife Photography
Jul03

Awe-inspiring Angles on Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography has a big, big place in this world. Whether it be a passion or a career, for art or for marketing; photographing wild animals all over the world is a culture. Canon or Nikon (or neither of the above), cameras and photography have evolved over time, and now, in a time when people feast with their eyes, imagery of animals in their natural habitats is used for not only pleasure, but for education, conservation, and...

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