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Pengiun Waddling
Guest blogger

By Guest blogger
On: 4th October, 2011

A Client View... Sailing through the Galapagos Islands

  • South America
  • Ecuador & the Galapagos

Consisting of 18 volcanic islands and home to a rich variety of marine and land creatures, the Galapagos Islands are often the main reason to visit Ecuador, because they are quite simply unlike anywhere else on Earth.

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Guest blogger

By Guest blogger
On: 30th August, 2011

Is April the Best Time to go to Kenya?

  • Africa
  • Kenya

If you're booking the holiday of a lifetime in Kenya, you're probably keen to avoid the rainy season. Not necessarily, says our Africa expert...

Guest blogger

By Guest blogger
On: 14th July, 2011

Wild Walking Safari in Zambia

  • Zambia
  • Africa

Luxury holidays to Zambia have never been so appealing, with 2014 being the 50th anniversary of the country's independence, and a handful of exciting new camps opening.

Guest blogger

By Guest blogger
On: 12th July, 2011

A Family Safari in Kenya

  • Kenya
  • The Masai Mara

Planning on booking a luxury safari holiday that's family friendly? I embarked on wonderful luxury family safari holiday in Kenya with my toddler daughter and husband, and I wouldn't hesitate to go back again. I had a wonderful fortnight in Mara with my family (who live out there) for my…

Guest blogger

By Guest blogger
On: 5th July, 2011

A Client View... Zambia Safari

  • Zambia
  • Africa

Zambia offers a great combination of wildlife, adventure activities and scenic splendour. Our client Rahuca tells us about the Zambia safari experience...

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By Rosie
On: 11th May, 2011

Magnificent Namibia

  • Namibia
  • Africa

Namibia is one of my favourite places on earth, and having just returned from my fourth visit there, I feel no less blown away by the sheer beauty and magnificence of the country than I did on my first and very special trip there. It's a true once in a lifetime holiday destination - and…

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By Guest blogger
On: 5th April, 2011

Elephant Population: Sculpting a Statement for the Elephants

  • Africa
  • India

April Young talks about her concerns over the declining elephant population...

Guest blogger

By Guest blogger
On: 23rd March, 2011

Portraying The Real South Africa

  • South Africa
  • Africa

An African wildlife conservationist by trade and artist by passion, bronze animalia sculptor Bruce Little grew up on a farm in the Drakensburg mountains in South Africa. His memories of childhood instilled in him a great love of the African outdoors and nature, and it was his experiences of…

Guest blogger

By Guest blogger
On: 22nd March, 2011

An Insight Into Wildlife Sculpting

  • UK

Sculpter Kate Denton talks about how she approaches her work, giving a real insight into her creative process for wildlife sculpting.

Guest blogger

By Guest blogger
On: 21st March, 2011

The Animal Art Fair: An Artist’s Adventures in Kenya

  • UK

The Animal Art Fair is around the corner (Fulham Palace, 5th - 8th May) and we're huge supporters. We've persuaded artist Amy Sandys-Lumsdaine to share some of her experiences and passions for travelling to capture wildlife in their various art forms.