As vast as it is diverse, encompassing desert, savannah, rainforest, mountain ranges, lowlands, stunning coastline and vast inland lakes, Africa is a continent rich in dramatic scenery and natural beauty. Visiting Africa, you can see the world’s most prolific concentration of wildlife in their natural habitat, experience the warmth of African tribal people and their diverse cultures and beliefs, travel through stunning landscapes and challenge yourself with some amazing adrenalin-fuelled adventures.
It’s the middle of the week – what better time to hit that full-screen button and take a breather? Imagine yourself exploring the mountains of Southern Africa with us today with our Video of the Week: Heights of Southern Africa. … Continue reading
Africa is one of the most interesting continents to journey through. With incredibly diverse and beautiful landscapes, ancient cultures and fascinating wildlife to see, it’s a photographer’s dream. Join us as we take a photographical journey through the continent of … Continue reading
In this digital world we live in, it’s good to know there are still some places left that offer little or absolutely no connectivity at all – no way to get in touch with all those ‘friends’ and followers through … Continue reading
The annual wildebeest migration, a natural phenomenon which sees around 1.5 million wildebeest on the move in East Africa, has begun in Kenya as the herds move northwards after crossing the Mara River. A spectacular natural wonder, the migration takes … Continue reading
Miles Walker recently returned from a trip to Africa, where he explored the Cape and the famous Garden Route over 12 days on the Garden Route Discovery. Check out his amazing photos here!
Kasia Schulz went gorilla-tracking in Uganda as part of her epic 57-day Great African Expedition. Here she shares photos from her spectacular trip.
Capetonians have a high opinion of their city, but after spending some time there it’s easier to see why. Nestled between that ever-present behemoth of a mountain and the gleaming deep-blue Atlantic, there will be moments when you gasp at … Continue reading
Dame Daphne Sheldrick, acclaimed worldwide as the first person to have successfully hand-reared newborn elephants and who founded The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, is launching her autobiography on 1st March 2012. Entitled An African Love Story: Love, Life … Continue reading
Jamie Wright is based in London and has travelled to no fewer than 25 countries in the last 4 years, with a vast collection of imagery collected along the way. He recently went on a safari with us in Africa … Continue reading
Moving a bad-tempered animal that weighs up to 1400 kg is no easy feat. Moving 19 of them 1500 kilometres is pretty damn remarkable. Managing the black rhino populations in Africa has become a serious concern for conservationists, as poaching … Continue reading