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The lioness nearly had my bacon in Mana Pools

Mana Pools, Zimbabwe, is an extraordinary place. Here you can see all manner of wildlife interactions – even some unexpected lioness ones.

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A close up of African elephant

Camping with elephant and hyena in Botswana

There is something magical about camping in Botswana, it has a peaceful feeling combined with the excitement of seeing wildlife close up.

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The starry sky at night

A night on Makgadikgadi Pan, Botswana

A night out on the salt pans, is an out of this world experience. This is what it is like out on Makgadikgadi Pan in Botswana.

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Top 10 items to take on safari

We are often asked what items you should take for on safari. There are the obvious but there are other things that you might not think of.

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Exclusive catamaran excursion in Walvis Bay

Take an exclusive catamaran excursion in Walvis Bay to watch cavorting seals, marvel at graceful dolphins and dine on oysters.

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UK’s Abbey Gate College volunteer in Eswatini

14 pupils from UK’s Abbey Gate college donates E51000 and assist in the construction of a new kitchen at Mbita primary school in Eswatini.

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School children behind a breeze block wall

Building an Old Age Home – Team Ndlovu

In a week, an isolated square of building foundations in a remote Emaswati community became a small 2-bedroom bungalow ready for inhabiting.

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Volunteering in Africa

Pre-School Opening Ceremony

The Pre-School opening ceremony was something I’ll never forget, with the CEO of Swaziland Tourism present we knew we’d done something amazing

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