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‘Pan without a Plan’ Adventurer Gareth Jones

If packing a bag and shipping a 1951 custom built Harley Davidson bike to Cape Town from London in preparation for a 6 month bike ride through the southern countries of Africa is part of a mid life crisis, then this story may very well inspire many more to look […]

A Life-Changing Walk Through The Heart of Africa

Africa, the soul of Mother Nature is enchanting. Many say they experience a ‘calling’ to take a journey across its raw and varied landscape. In Swahili ‘Safari’ means ‘journey’ and this often means an adventure full of surprises. Any attempt to control this journey as we often do in our […]

By |February 2nd, 2015|Photography, Specials, Travel Information|0 Comments

A Photographer’s Wild Wonderland

Wildlife happenings in the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia are unfiltered, unrehearsed and unpredictable. For this reason, it’s a photographer’s perfect location for capturing those magical wildlife moments that will never be repeated. And, you don’t even need to go into the park, in South Luangwa, there are no […]

Lush Life in the Dark Continent

From looking at a map, many would assume that Zambia- landlocked and elevated in the middle of a tropical region— wouldn’t have much of a climate range. In fact, there are three primary seasons, each with unique characteristics and remarkable opportunities for wildlife viewing and photography.

The Mild Season – Green […]

Photographic Tour, Mana Pools, October 2013

We arrive in Lusaka early on Monday morning after the overnight flight from London.  We are picked up at the airport by Peter in his trusty Landcruiser and travel by road to the Chirunda border post, on the Zambezi River.  Having crossed into Zimbabwe we drive on to Mana Pools […]

By |November 18th, 2013|Guest Stories, Photographic Safaris|0 Comments

Photography Tips

The advances in cameras, especially lenses, film and mega pixel-count have been extraordinary, but they are no cast iron guarantee for success. Here are several personal tips which are essential for successful wildlife photography even before you pick up the camera.

By |June 12th, 2013|Photography|0 Comments