Footloose in Africa
If you're staying in a lodge or camp outside of the National Parks on your African holiday, you may be given the opportunity to take a walking safari or a nature walk together with an experienced and knowledgeable guide.
Curious Elephants and a Taste of Honey
Last November, I was a very fortunate lady and travelled to Botswana. Like everyone who visits new and exciting destinations, there were favourite moments.
Elephant’s Eye Bush Walk
After an early morning wake-up call I get dressed quickly and head to the dining tent for a cup of coffee and muffin before meeting our specialist walking guides, Milton and Rafael, for a short briefing.
21st June – 5th July 2017 When it comes to a holiday, my idea of heaven is: somewhere fairly private and quiet, a short distance from a beach and other resort amenities, plenty of sunshine, a nearby swimming pool, comfortable sunbed and my fully charged Kindle.
A Private Safari in Tanzania
My itinerary told me I would be met at Kilimanjaro Airport by my driver/guide and his 4x4 safari vehicle who would remain with me for the duration of my trip.
Going on safari in the green season
I was travelling to Northern Tanzania at the start of May, known for being the green (or rainy!) season.
A single memorable moment
Watching a TV programme set in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, I found myself straight back in this most enticing valley.
A Safari Camp for all Seasons South Luangwa Safari Camp Bliss at Nsefu.
Sometimes words just aren’t enough. And that’s a big statement coming from a travel writer who is as besotted with descriptions and story-sharing through words as myself.
Walking Safaris in Zambia
There’s nothing like walking in the landscape for really getting to understand and appreciate it. You get the smell of the earth and plants in your nostrils, have time to relish the varied birdlife, notice all the small things as well as the more obvious, and in Zambian parks you also have the thrill of knowing that you could come across wildlife at any time.