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In recipe, South Africa Posted

Recipe: Chorizo Flattie

As we’ve seen the symbolic end of summer here in the Northern Hemisphere with Labor Day a few weeks back, people are using the remaining warm and increasingly darker evenings to eke out a few more summery outdoor cooking days. We’re doing that ourselves, and it’s always fun to thumb through our African cookbook collection […]
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In South Africa Posted

Family Safaris at Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

Traveling with children certainly has its joys and its challenges and finding an amazing destination that manages to make families feel at home without compromising on quality isn’t easy. But that’s exactly what Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge in South Africa has perfected. The lodge welcome is warm and friendly, kids are made to feel comfortable and […]
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In Kenya Posted

Born Free Foundation Boma Project in Amboseli

The Maasai are a nomadic tribe in the Great Rift Valley who have increasingly become semi-nomadic over the years. Amboseli is home to a large Maasai population who rely on the landscape to graze their cattle. The Maasai lifestyle and culture is centered around their cattle, with a family’s wealth being determined by the number […]
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In Kenya Posted

Cycling Safari in Kenya

You can pedal in the elite tracks of Chris Froome on our new Chris Froome’s Kenya Safari! This brand-new safari lets you explore the incredible Rift Valley Lakes in Kenya on your bicycle. You will stay at beautiful lodges in incredible locations, and also meet Chris Froome’s first trainer, David Kinja. Cyclists on this safari will […]
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In Zambia Posted

Property Profile: Toka Leya Camp

Safari specialist Jenny and her new husband Jay recently visited the Zambian side of Victoria Falls as part of their honeymoon. They were all about fun and relaxation during their stay, and we were wishing them well while also thinking of some of our visits to the area. One of the first memories that came to […]
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In Kenya, Masai Mara, wildlife Posted

Game Report: Masai Mara

With all of the excitement surrounding the wildebeest migration this time of year with its dramatic river crossings, we wanted to check in with our friends on the ground to hear the latest and greatest. This game report is fresh off the presses at Governors’ Camp in Kenya’s Masai Mara. Weather and grasslands The month […]
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