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Londolozi Welcomes New Wild Dog Pups

Tracey Campbell - June 4, 2020

Londolozi has always been renowed for its excellent wildlife sightings across their 16,000 hectare private concession, which forms part of the world famous Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Now they have something else to shout about – wild dog pups! For the first time in a decade, the alpha female of their wild dog clan has […] Read More


Introducing the Ngala Treehouse

Paul Campbell - February 7, 2020

AndBeyond Ngala Private Game Reserve has an exciting new addition to its impressive list of safari experiences, with the introduction of the Ngala Treehouse. For guests who will be staying at either AndBeyond Ngala Safari Lodge or AndBeyond Ngala Tented camp, this luxurious private sanctuary adds a unique overnight wilderness experience that will create memories […] Read More


First Lion Cubs born in the Samara Private Game Reserve

Paul Campbell - December 19, 2019

The Samara Private Game Reserve, in the Great Karoo, is proudly celebrating the birth of their first litter of lion cubs, less than one year after they first introduced a new pride of lions to the reserve. This is a significant milestone for the reserve, as these are the first wild lions to roam and […] Read More


Home in time for Christmas

Paul Campbell - October 3, 2019

With Christmas just around the corner, why not treat yourself to a well deserved break and enjoy 12 nights away, soaking up the summer sun and exploring the beautiful Cape in South Africa! This magical journey will have you exploring the top of Table Mountain, feeling the warm sands and fresh Atlantic water inbetween your […] Read More


The Return Of The £100 Per Person Deposit!

Paul Campbell - September 27, 2019

South Africa continues to offer outstanding value for money to visitors who are looking to explore the bustling heart of cosmopolitan Cape Town, discover new favourites on a tour of the winelands, or  track the Big 5 on the safari of a lifetime in the Greater Kruger Park. As well a a breathtaking range of […] Read More


Travel Money Tips For South Africa

Paul Campbell - September 25, 2019

We are heading off to South Africa in a couple of weeks to do some site inspections of safari lodges in the north of the country (Madikwe, The Waterberg, and Kruger Park), and as we are often asked for some guidance on obtaining foreign currency I thought I’d share my findings as I look for […] Read More


South Africa and Antarctica: The Ultimate Trip To The Wild South

Paul Campbell - May 24, 2019

An exciting new 10 day itinerary has just been announced that combines an outstanding 5* safari experience at Singita with a couple of days in Cape Town (the Mother City), and to top it all off, a journey to one of the most remote places on earth, Antarctica. With just one set departure date announced […] Read More


Introducing AndBeyond Tengile River Lodge

Paul Campbell - April 18, 2019

A couple of weeks ago we had a meeting with andBeyond, and among other things we were interested to hear from them how their newest lodge in the Sabi Sands is settling in. Featuring 9 luxurious suites looking out over the Sand River and surrounded by a cool forest, andBeyond Tengile River Lodge combines top […] Read More


Safari Lodges In South Africa Start To Introduce Electric Vehicles

Paul Campbell - April 11, 2019

Game reserves and safari lodges are essentially very eco-friendly, and without them (and tourists they attract) far less land would be set aside for conservation and the protection of Africa’s magnificent wildlife.  Permanent structures are not allowed in more sensitive habitats, meaning that many lodges and camps can be taken apart and moved to another […] Read More


Planning A Luxury Self Drive Holiday Along The Garden Route

Paul Campbell - April 9, 2019

I have to admit….. I have been really lucky to have travelled often throughout my life, and now, living abroad in the UK, I have been able to explore and experience so many new places, however I always find myself drawn back to the Garden Route. Having grown up along the Southern coast of South […] Read More