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Africa Geographic Articles
Africa’s secret waterfall Africa’s secret waterfallDate: 07/06/2015

“28 kilometres! Are you crazy?!” The kids are not exactly enamoured about the idea of an eight hour hike to see some waterfalls...

The magical Maasai Mara The magical Maasai MaraDate: 23/05/2015

“There’s a lone gazelle up ahead,” said Patrick, our guide through the Maasai Mara National Park. We were watching a pregnant...

Chad – the unexplored safari destination Chad – the unexplored safari destinationDate: 10/04/2015

Virtually unexplored, and thus sadly misunderstood, there is so much more to Chad than perceived...

10 tips for macro photography 10 tips for macro photographyDate: 28/03/2015

Over and above contributing to several stock image libraries, award-winning Manus van Dyk is one of South Africa’s leading...

The film that could make a difference for rhinos The film that could make a difference for rhinosDate: 20/03/2015

An Afrikaans language film might be one of the best ways to address South Africa’s rhino poaching crisis...

10 tips for photographing people 10 tips for photographing peopleDate: 08/03/2015

In this blog Anton Crone gives us some technical and creative photography tips for photographing people on your travels...

Gorilla trekking: Rwanda or Uganda? Gorilla trekking: Rwanda or Uganda?Date: 08/03/2015

As I lay in my bed in my lodge in Bwindi, looking through the black of the night sky, I could see red explosions of color...

Tanzania’s top 7 diving sites Tanzania’s top 7 diving sitesDate: 08/03/2015

With water temperatures keeping at 25°C/77°F throughout the year, sunshine and excellent underwater visibility, Tanzania is a...

The Danakil Depression, the most inhospitable place on earth The Danakil Depression, the most inhospitable place on earthDate: 28/02/2015

A short 4 day trip into Ethiopia - a trip into what we forever will call ‘The Most Inhospitable Place on Earth.’...

Beautiful images of Bangweulu Wetlands Beautiful images of Bangweulu WetlandsDate: 21/02/2015

Bangweulu Wetlands, located in Zambia, is managed by African Parks and home to 83 species of fish along with a unique array of ...

7 tips for improving your wildlife photography 7 tips for improving your wildlife photographyDate: 14/02/2015

The first in our series of photographic tips and gear reviews to set you on your way to becoming ...

Things are heating up in the Maasai Olympics Things are heating up in the Maasai OlympicsDate: 08/02/2015

In East Africa, lion killing has long been central to the culture of Maasai pastoralists. But reality is changing...

South Luangwa: The valley of the leopard South Luangwa: The valley of the leopardDate: 13/01/2015

Anyone I spoke to who had been to Zambia’s most-feted national park told me that it was second to none ....

Beehive wins Social Innovation Awards Beehive wins Social Innovation AwardsDate: 05/01/2015

The SAB Foundation has named local innovation, Bee-Pak™, a compact bee farming system, as the winner in its...

The people of Virunga The people of VirungaDate: 05/01/2015

The new Virunga film is getting incredible reviews and is a powerful story of an element often overlooked in conservation – the...

Phenomenal photos of playful wild dog pups Phenomenal photos of playful wild dog pupsDate: 14/12/2014

In July I led a photo tour in southern Africa, we enjoyed numerous leopard encounters, lions and elephants at close range (and...

5 dishes you must eat to fully experience Marrakech, Morocco 5 dishes you must eat to fully experience Marrakech, MoroccoDate: 01/12/2014

Marrakech – it’s a bubbling cauldron full of colour, emotion, vibrance, and chaos. There’s no other way to describe this city.

Heinrich van den Berg - Photo tips and Gallery Heinrich van den Berg - Photo tips and GalleryDate: 15/11/2014

I have been a finger-photographer for most of my life. I thought it would be possible to capture the perfect moment by keeping...

Kenya’s magical forest – the Arabuko Sokoke Kenya’s magical forest – the Arabuko SokokeDate: 31/10/2014

There is something enchanting about a road straight through a forest. The green draws tight at either end, simultaneously eras...

Why I love the Maasai Mara Why I love the Maasai MaraDate: 25/10/2014

Many stories have been written on the Maasai Mara describing how incredible it is. The incredible wildebeest migration as one...

A young leopard makes his first kill A young leopard makes his first killDate: 12/10/2014

One of the keys to being an independent leopard is the ability to catch sufficient prey to be able to keep yourself going. This...

African inspired art making a difference - from Wales African inspired art making a difference - from WalesDate: 04/10/2014

I am a political conservation artist, originally from South Africa but now based in beautiful Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. This...

An action-packed, playful hyena gallery An action-packed, playful hyena galleryDate: 27/09/2014

On a cloudy day in the Northern Sabi Sands we came across a hyena. As we followed it another one appeared. They started chasing...

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