Top 5 remote African safari destinations
At Tribes our consultants have experienced lots of different safaris Here we have selected our top 5 remote African safari destinations.
Responsible travel is more fun!
Responsible travel - it sounds a bit ‘sensible’ doesn’t it? So what does this have to do with holidays and having fun? In fact, travelling responsibly is a positive experience which actually makes travelling more fun, not less.
Face to face with meerkats
I have seen photos of people sitting with meerkats before, but I always imagined that you would probably need a lot of time and patience, or just very good luck, to have that kind of experience.
Top 6 best places to see leopards in Africa
Given that leopards are found in a wider variety of habitats than any other big cat, you'd think finding leopards should be easy.
How to avoid crowds in the Ngorongoro Crater
Its wealth of natural attractions make the Ngorongoro Crater a particularly sought-after spot for wildlife enthusiasts coming on safari in northern Tanzania.
4 good reasons to visit Chile
“The length of Chile equates to the distance between Moscow and Lisbon,” a guide told me, as we stood on Santa Lucia hill looking down at the capital, Santiago, ringed by mountains.
Tailor-made holidays are all about getting to do what you want, when you want, for as long as you want, and where you want.
Meeting Darwin and Gremlin
Kaziranga and the Big Eight
Our guide, Hrishi, was obviously proud of his park, but I had come with few expectations of what we might see here; perhaps one or two rhinos if we were lucky and maybe a wild elephant – I would be happy with that.
Living Root Bridges
It’s rare that you come across anything on this earth that hasn’t also been thought of by someone else in a totally different region.
Northern Serengeti in the Low Season
Sitting alone, a large, battle-scarred male with a chunk missing out of his top lip was trying to disassociate himself from the seven females and youngsters relaxing in the sunshine on the edge of a dry riverbed.
Tribes’ director, Amanda Marks, explored Ruaha for 2 weeks in June 2018 Staying at or inspecting all of the lodges and camps, game driving in the east, west and centre, and talking to the camp owners, managers and guides.