African Desert Safari Destinations
Jun14

African Desert Safari Destinations

On a quest to discover the most scenically astounding areas of this great continent, we were naturally drawn to the unique presence of the Kalahari, which occupies much of southern Africa. This vast desert basin has varied habitats; from red dunes and spiny umbrella thorn trees, to rolling, grassy plains, and stark saltpans. It supports a wealth of wildlife, and even in its most desolate areas, it is the kingdom of beauty, alive with...

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Thorntree River Lodge reopens its Zambezi doors
Jun08

Thorntree River Lodge reopens its Zambezi doors

African Bush Camps – famous for its spectactular safari lodges and associated wildlife experiences, particularly focused on Zambia and Zimbabwe, has recently opened the latest addition to their collection on the banks of the Zambezi River, and we are very excited about it. Thorntree River Lodge opened its doors only last month after the original lodge was reworked and rebuilt to reflect the African Bush Camps standard of safari...

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In Kruger’s Surrounds, the Historic Mount Anderson Water Reserve
Jun06

In Kruger’s Surrounds, the Historic Mount Anderson Water Reserve

South Africa’s wild Lowveld region sees flocks of visitors throughout the year, as the country’s world renowned Kruger National Park draws a huge audience to its phenomenal grounds. There is no denying Kruger’s appeal, but what is often less talked about is the magnificent rolling hills and boulder koppies that characterise the Mpumalanga region on the border of the national park. In these ancient and historic rises...

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Zoning in on Zanzibar – African Island Perfection
Jun05

Zoning in on Zanzibar – African Island Perfection

This great continent of Africa is one of the most expansive and unique wildlife destinations of the world, drawing travelers to its weighty heat, singing thornveld, vast deserts, tropical rain forests, mountains and valleys, and far-reaching savannahs throughout the year. Of course, a continent must have its coastlines, and associated islands, which have long since drifted off the mainland and developed their own pace of life. One of...

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You Really Should Pay a Visit to Enchanting Malawi. Here’s Why.
May31

You Really Should Pay a Visit to Enchanting Malawi. Here’s Why.

Malawi is the land of smiles, a warm and welcoming culture that invites you to visit its enchanting land. Home to the emerald jewel Lake Malawi, (one of the great lakes of Africa), the rolling hills of the Shire Valley and the big five Majete Game Reserve; Malawi truly is one of Africa’s most understated countries worthy of an expedition. A natural world of wonder with a humble and happy culture. So, just what is there to do for...

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Client Feedback: Repeat guests LOVED Kambaku River Sands
May29

Client Feedback: Repeat guests LOVED Kambaku River Sands

Peggy and Mitzi are two of our guests who recently travelled all the way from the United States to the Greater Kruger Park on a safari tailored by one of our most experienced agents, Natasha. Having worked with Peggy since 2015, Natasha and Michelle knew just what Peggy would enjoy, and arranged a combination of 5-Star luxury at Makanyi Private Game Lodge, and comforting and personalised Kambaku River Sands, both in the Timbavati...

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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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