Gary Lotter

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Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

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Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

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Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

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making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

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African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

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Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

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Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

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Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

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Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

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Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

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Gary Lotter

Gary Lotter Posts by this author

Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

Continue Reading
Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

Continue Reading
Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

Continue Reading
making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

Continue Reading
African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

Continue Reading
Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

Continue Reading
Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

Continue Reading
Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

Continue Reading
Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

Continue Reading
Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

Continue Reading
Gary Lotter

Gary Lotter Posts by this author

Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

Continue Reading
Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

Continue Reading
Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

Continue Reading
making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

Continue Reading
African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

Continue Reading
Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

Continue Reading
Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

Continue Reading
Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

Continue Reading
Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

Continue Reading
Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

Continue Reading
Gary Lotter

Gary Lotter Posts by this author

Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

Continue Reading
Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

Continue Reading
Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

Continue Reading
making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

Continue Reading
African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

Continue Reading
Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

Continue Reading
Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

Continue Reading
Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

Continue Reading
Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

Continue Reading
Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

Continue Reading
Gary Lotter

Gary Lotter Posts by this author

Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

Continue Reading
Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

Continue Reading
Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

Continue Reading
making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

Continue Reading
African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

Continue Reading
Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

Continue Reading
Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

Continue Reading
Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

Continue Reading
Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

Continue Reading
Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

Continue Reading
Gary Lotter

Gary Lotter Posts by this author

Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

Continue Reading
Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

Continue Reading
Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

Continue Reading
making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

Continue Reading
African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

Continue Reading
Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

Continue Reading
Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

Continue Reading
Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

Continue Reading
Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

Continue Reading
Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

Continue Reading
Gary Lotter

Gary Lotter Posts by this author

Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

Continue Reading
Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

Continue Reading
Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

Continue Reading
making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

Continue Reading
African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

Continue Reading
Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

Continue Reading
Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

Continue Reading
Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

Continue Reading
Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

Continue Reading
Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

Continue Reading
Gary Lotter

Gary Lotter Posts by this author

Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

Continue Reading
Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

Continue Reading
Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

Continue Reading
making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

Continue Reading
African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

Continue Reading
Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

Continue Reading
Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

Continue Reading
Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

Continue Reading
Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

Continue Reading
Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

Continue Reading
Gary Lotter

Gary Lotter Posts by this author

Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

Continue Reading
Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

Continue Reading
Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

Continue Reading
making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

Continue Reading
African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

Continue Reading
Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

Continue Reading
Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

Continue Reading
Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

Continue Reading
Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

Continue Reading
Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

Continue Reading
Gary Lotter

Gary Lotter Posts by this author

Karisia Walking Safaris

Official Safari Partner | Conservation International & Her Planet Earth

Art of Safari is extremely proud to have been selected as the official safari-travel provider for the Her Planet Earth team’s trip to Kenya in late 2019. As part of…

Continue Reading
Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

Our Top-10 Glamping Safari Lodges

We're not sure who invented glamping, but we're pretty sure that the African-safari industry perfected it. People have been camping in Africa's wilderness for centuries, but the more recent combination…

Continue Reading
Walking in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

About safaris and rifles and how we feel about hunting

We’re sometimes asked if we sell hunting safaris at Art of Safari and, from time to time, what we think about hunting in Africa. The answers are simple. We don’t,…

Continue Reading
making luxury safaris more affordable

Making Luxury Safaris More Affordable

An African safari cost can be expensive, and while it’s worth every cent, there are many ways to experience the best that Africa has to offer while ensuring you get…

Continue Reading
African Safari Lodge Prices

African Safari Lodge Prices

Covering some 30-million square kilometres, Africa is enormous, and there are many thousands of safari lodges scattered throughout its national parks, reserves and private conservancies. These lodges cater for the…

Continue Reading
Elephants on safari in Samburu National Reserve | Art of Safari

A Gathering Of Elephant In Samburu

Kenya's Samburu National Reserve is renowned for its elephant, and decades of ground-breaking conservation work by the Douglas-Hamilton family has helped make them some of the most habituated in Africa.…

Continue Reading
Somalisa Camp | Hwange National Park

Sometimes it’s better to stay in camp

One of my favourite safari tips is to advise travellers not to overlook their safari camps. Most safari lodges are strategically positioned overlooking waterholes, rivers or spectacular sections of Africa’s…

Continue Reading
Helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls

Kids On Safari | Flight Of The Angels | Victoria Falls

A safari in Zimbabwe or Zambia is incomplete without a visit to 'The Smoke that Thunders’, the mighty Victoria Falls. When describing them, David Livingstone famously said, ‘No one can…

Continue Reading
Rhinos Without Borders | Art Of Safari

Rhinos Without Borders

South Africa’s rhino are being poached at an alarming rate. In defense of these great beasts, two of Africa’s foremost tourism and conservation companies have joined forces to create Rhinos…

Continue Reading
Top 10 truly remote safari lodges

Our Top-10 Safari Lodges For Getting Truly Remote

Even in the vast African wilderness, some of the more popular destinations can become a little crowded at times. However, if you have a hankering for the truly remote, there…

Continue Reading

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