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Safari off the Beaten Path

–Discover Marataba, a luxury safari lodge in Marakele National Park, a seldom-visited corner of South Africa Marataba, a 21,000-hectare (52,000-acre), privately managed section of the malaria-free Marakele National Park, is uniquely situated where lush bushveld gives way to the Kalahari sands, in South Africa’s Limpopo Province. Marataba is part of the More Collection of safari … Read more

MATEYA Safari Lodge

An absolute gem in Madikwe Private Reserve, South Africa Madikwe is a relatively new malaria-free game reserve, established in 1991. Madikwe Game Reserve is home to 66 large mammal species including the Big Five and approximately 300 resident and migrant bird species. It is one of South Africa’s largest game reserves. So why go to … Read more

SOUTH AFRICA SAFARI PICS

Some of my best pictures from my trip this month! Taken at Shamwari Private Game Reserve on the Eastern Cape; Madikwe while staying at Mateya and Jaci’s Lodge; and Marakele while staying at Marataba. I’ve been to Kruger and Sabi Sands before, and the above are all malaria-free areas that still have the Big Five-although … Read more

CLIENT SAFARI PICTURES from SINGITA EBONY LODGE & TANDA TULA

My client Michelee Scott is a professional photographer, and recently visited the lux tented camp Tanda Tula in the Timbavati as well as Singita Ebony Lodge in Sabi Sands…..some of her tent, lodge and safari pics are here below in the slideshow.    There’s also a couple of pics from  Cape Town and Dubai. MScott … Read more

GORILLA TREKKING IN BWINDI and BWINDI LODGE

We spent 3 nights at Bwindi Lodge to trek the famous and rare mountain gorillas.  The lodge is a 5-minute walk to the Buhoma  gate of  Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. The lodge has 8 “bandas” or cottages named after various mountain gorillas.  It has a gorgeous green view of the park, and is … Read more

UGANDA: An Emerging Destination

I’ve always wanted to see upclose the endangered, almost mythic mountain gorillas….those gentle giants that can only survive in one area in the world, bordered by Rwanda, Congo and Uganda.   Due to Dian Fossey and her “Gorillas in the Mist” book and the movie upon which it was based, Rwanda has always been top … Read more