Sue Flood was photographing Emperor penguins at the Snow Hill Island rookery in the Weddell Sea, Antarctica. What do you think the young chick is saying to its parent?! Leave a comment underneath this post with your caption and the best caption posted by the 28th August wins a Manfrotto BeFree Tripod!
You may already know that President Obama is currently on a visit to Kenya, arriving in his private jet at a closed airspace, you don't get more VIP than that - or do you!? Great Plains Conservation are taking this opportunity to announce our once-in-a-lifetime, 13-day "Great African Private Flying Adventure" - Want a slice of that VIP lifestyle, check this out!
Portraits of incredibly beautiful, proud and radiant Himba tribe’s people are part of Classic African travel marketing material. This is for good reason. The images out there of the tall, gorgeous people with signature mud caked hair and white smiles are alluring and interesting, especially to avid photographers. Find out all about the Hinda experience and be inspired to meet these unique people.
And the winner is...
Check the journal to see who won last month's gallery competition with Manfrotto and Pro Photographer Sue Flood!
Manfrotto Marine Life Competition Entry
A fantastic entry into our Manfrotto Monthly Competition by Alan Smith - we love the vibrant colours in his marine life photographs!
Black And White Above And Below Water
A small selection of black and white images taken by Dudley Kelbe. All were taken in Southern Africa. Isn't it amazing how the monochrome tones effect the image?!
Safarian of the Week: Dana Allen
Introducing Dana Allen, the new Safarian of the week! Our way of highlighting the members on Safarious who embody the ethos of our brand! Read all about Dana and his passion for wildlife photography!
Marine Life : Manfrotto Gallery
An awesome entry into our Manfrotto Marine Life Compeititon from Cathy Withers-Clarke - a few marine life images from the beautiful coastline of False Bay and around Cape Point! This is the last week to ENTER!
Blood Lions - Teaser Trailer
Passage to Africa guide Michael Lorentz gives his opinion on Canned Lion Hunting and distributes awareness for the Blood Lions film to be released at the end of July!
Marine Life Competition Entry by Gil
Our Manfrotto mini competition 6 is well underway! Here is an entry by Safarian Gil, a few underwater shots from his home waters in Borneo!
10 Reasons to Visit Chobe National Park, Botswana
As if we need convincing... here are 10 reasons why you should make Chobe National Park in Botswana your next safari destination!
Manfrotto Mini Competition Series 5/12: WINNER ANNOUNCED!
See who won our Manfrotto Caption competition, series 5/12 and get ready to enter the next edition in our Manfrotto monthly competitions!
Bring a Friend for Free
Everyone needs a friend. Big or small, furry or scaly, man or beast! A partner in crime, someone to share our experiences with. Acacia Africa understand this and are offering a free seat on selected tours, so that you can experience their memorable journeys with the person you hold dearest.
Explore Your Passion.
Why choose a life in the bush? It is as simple as exploring your passion. It is never too late to learn. Get in touch with nature and find yourself!
Lion Park Fatality
Last month saw a tragic fatality at one of Johannesburg's Lion Parks, where a lion reached into a vehicle and killed an American woman. Read all about the incident in this journal.
Safarian of the week: Vivian McCarthy
Introducing Vivian McCarthy the new Safarian of the week! Our way of highlighting the members on Safarious who embody the ethos of our brand. Find out about Viv and why we have chosen to highlight his profile!
Yala Sri Lanka captivates Travel Blogger
Ever been on a wildlife safari in Sri Lanka? Adventure Travel Blogger Laurel Robbins writes of her Wildlife Adventures there!
A life for the bush.
EcoTraining's aim "to change people's minds through conservation". Watch this video Interview with Eco Training Instructor Okwa Sarefo to see why Okwa loves life in the bush so much!
Camel Trophy 1980 - 1985
The Camel Trophy was a vehicle-oriented competition that was held between 1980 and 2000, and it was best known for its use of Land Rover vehicles over challenging terrain.
Safarian Gretchen Healey takes us on a virtual tour around Guatemala, a country in Central America bordered by Mexico to the north and west, the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, Belize to the northeast, the Caribbean to the east, Honduras to the east and El Salvador to the southeast.
'Vanishing' new limited edition
A new and limited edition work by Heinrich Filter of a Black Rhino in bronze on a stone base. Heinrich is a talented artist, have a look at his sculptures, they make a beautiful and ever-lasting gifts.
Another breath taking gallery entered into our Manfrotto Sunrise and Sunset competition by Jan Veber! Have you entered yet?
Wildlife in Crisis: Markets, Responses, Solutions.
Join the Conservation Action Trust on the 18th, 19th and 20th May 2015, at the Centre of Criminology, at the University of Cape Town, South Africa for the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime.
Wild Gallery: Namibia - 2013
Plenty wildlife and dwarfing open spaces, have a look at what Namibia has to offer for any keen safari goer with Self Drive Africa Rentals!
In search of Namibia's desert Lions
Researching the desert lions in the Namib is more of a dedication than a job, says Barbara Waymauch. The people out there survive on the passion that feeds them to protect and conserve the lions of the Namib desert.
Wild Gallery: Sea and Sand
Check out these seascapes by Raymond Bilcliff and be inspired to visit your local ocean - or plan your next holiday by the sea!
Petition to Save The Presidential Elephants
Do you know what is happening to Zimbabwe's Presidential Elephants? Find out more and sign the petition, they need our help/
Cameras for Conservation Winners 2014 - Man & Environment
Take a look at all the Category winners in the Cameras for Conservation Photo Contest from 2014 - Man & Environment
Japan kicks off first whale hunt since UN court ruling
A Japanese whaling fleet is set to leave port on Saturday in the first hunt since the UN's top court last month ordered Tokyo to stop killing whales in the Antarctic. The departure of ships from Ayukawa in the country's northeast marks the annual start to a coastal whaling programme not covered by the International Court of Justice's landmark ruling - which found Japan's Southern Ocean expedition was a commercial activity masquerading as scientific research.
Great Migration Update -
Every week Asilia Africa brings us the latest migration news from the Serengeti National Park. This week their news and report comes from our guides at Dunia Camp, situated in the central Serengeti, known as Moru.
A spectacular gallery of images by our well travelled Safarian Andreas Bender, featuring portraits and landscapes from Africa.
Wild Gallery: New Zealand and Australia Trip
Have a look at Max Lipman's gallery from New Zealand and Australia, and be inspired to travel.
Tanzania Horseback Safari
Harness those equestrian skills and take to the Serengeti on horse-back. Experience the ultimate safari, that allows you to travel next to zebras and giraffes, ensuring a wildlife experience like you could only imagine.
Wild Video: Gorongosa National Park
Gorongosa National Park, in Mozambique, is perhaps Africa’s greatest wildlife restoration story, by adapting a 21st Century conservation model of balancing the needs of wildlife and people, they are protecting and saving this beautiful wilderness.
Wild Gallery: Okavango delta, Mombo camp
One Morning exploring the okavango delta from Mombo camp, as fortune would have it, Moa came across three predators in the same area, a lion, hyena and wild dog!
Wild Video: The Spider Who Couldn't Hide
Need a laugh? Watch this short video of the spider who couldn't hide!
Wild White Lion Cub
Roel van Muiden came across this very special sighting in July 2012, a wild white lion cub. He came across the young cub when he was guiding at Africa on Foot in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve.
Wild Gallery: The Magic of Botswana and Tanzania
A beautiful gallery of wildlife photography by Karin Van Couwenberg.
Rivington Pike and Winter Hill, West Pennine moors.
A few photographs taken as the sun faded one late afternoon on a visit to Rivington Pike, Winter Hill, in the West Pennines in Lancashire, England.
Wild Gallery: Kalk Bay, South Africa
A lovely gallery of one of the quaint coastal areas of Cape Town. Kalk bay is a stunning and small town by the sea, full of character and excellent sea food!
Ker and Downey Botswana: Kanana Camp
Read all about Clare's fantastic experience at the Ker and Downey Camps in Botswana's Okavango Delta. From lions to elephants and plenty of game viewing, have a look at what the Ker and Downey Botswana team have on offer.
Wild Video: Clash of Titans
In South Luangwa at the peak of the dry season lions reign in force and a lone buffalo is no match for the Mwamba-Kaingo pride. Watch this incredible footage filmed by Shenton Safaris, of a rival male trying his luck from across the river.