Photography: How to Capture the Decisive Moment on Your Safari

Part of the magic of going on an African safari is having the opportunity to capture a myriad of unforgettable moments through the technological wonder of photography. You can’t immerse yourself in this African natural wonderland without compiling a photo album of vacation highlights to share with your friends and family.   You will be happy to know that you don’t need to be Ansel Adams to make the most of your safari photography opportunities. Nor do you need the...
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A Tiny Trunk to Remember

Out of the tall grass they emerged, with swaying gaits and thirsty upheld trunks. The arrival of these beautiful pachyderms was so in tune with the peaceful atmosphere and the calmness in my spirit that I almost felt like saying, ‘oh here you guys are, right on time’… At DumaTau Camp in Botswana’s Linyanti Reserve (on the western boundary of Chobe National Park), you have the unique option of swapping one of your afternoon game drives for a luxurious cruise aboard the...
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Back to Africa on a Dream

Out of Africa’s little yellow biplane can once again be seen flitting above the East African savanna. Article originally published by High Tea With Elephants “Up in this air you breathed easily, drawing in a vital assurance and lightness of heart. In the highlands you woke up in the morning and thought: Here I am, where I ought to be.” Karen Blixen’s beautifully scripted words from the Oscar-winning screenplay Out of Africa are subtly pertinent to the story of the...
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For the Love of Children: Progress at Ngamo Schools

Mike and Marian Myers report back after a day spent at school! The schools bordering the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe are working on a number of projects and have already made great progress… We were looking for MX. He is the coordinator for all the work done via the Wilderness Trust and Children in the Wilderness. The first school we arrived at was Ngamo Primary, but he was not there and we pushed on to Ziga Primary. As our party arrived, both MX and Mr Ncube, the...
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