Located in the Drakensberg Mountains, in the shadow of South Africa’s historical Anglo-Boer war battlefields, Three Trees at Spioenkop is fighting to preserve their natural environment! Recently there has been a growing cause for concern about the impact that tourism has on our natural environment. People are beginning to realise that in order for tourism to be sustainable it must be done responsibly. This is something that Classic Safari Africa firmly supports, read about their recent achievements towards a more sustainable tourism model!
Nobody likes a show-off, right? But the guys at Zanzibar Watersports are just dying to boast about about some of their recent guest feedback, so they've decided to do it under the guise of a blog article. Read all about the memorable experiences had by some of their guests and don't blame us if your bucket list suddenly grows!
Have you taken outstanding photos in Botswana? Entries are now open for this years Cameras for Conservation competition! This year the Contest is open to current citizens and residents of Botswana. If you were historically a resident and took images at this time, you may also enter them. For more information on categories and how to enter, read this journal!
On Safari with PTA Partner guide Michael Lorentz
Ever wonder what a typical year consists of for the safari guides? Check out Passage to Africa partner guide Michael Lorentz's exciting compilation from 2015 of all his safari highlights in Africa and beyond.
People in Nature
Another fantastic entry into our Manfrotto People in Nature photo competition by Paul Marto! Find out more about how to enter by copy pasting this link into your browser - http://bit.ly/1WMcjzW.
People in Nature
A wonderful entry into our latest Manfrotto mini competition by Safarian Olivia Soissons, themed People in Nature! Have you entered?
Good News, The Zambian Ministry of Home Affairs has launched an electronic visa application facility, e-visa.
funny footage of kangaroo joey climbing into pouch
If there was something you had to do today this would be it: Watch this adorable video of this baby eastern grey kangaroo face planting into its mom's pouch!
wpsWatch System Thwarts Poachers
Wildlife Protection services have installed their wpsWatch system on a game reserve in South Africa which has seen an increase in poaching activity over the last few weeks. Find out how it's doing!
Tree House Thrills at Tongabezi
Take a journey back to your childhood and imagine spending some time up in a tree house in one of Africa's beautiful locations.
Lunar Eclipse, 2015-09-28
A beautiful gallery of the solar eclipse taken from near Hasselt, Belgium!
Manfrotto Landscapes Competition Winner
Have a look at the Manfrotto Landscapes Competition Winner's Gallery, Well done Phillip Minnis! Stay tuned for next month's competition to be launched later today...
The winner has been announced for the eighth installment in our Manfrotto Mini Competition Series! Click through to see who the new owner of a Manfrotto Carbon Fibre Monopod is and stay tuned for the next installment later today!
Beijing - P.R. of China
Intrepid traveller Andreas Bender is at it again, this time he visits Beijing, and delivers another spectacular gallery of images for us to wanderlust over!
Safarian of the Week: Jane Flowers
Introducing last week's featured Safarian, Jane Flowers! Every couple of weeks Safarious highlights a member who we feel embodies the ethos of our brand!
This month Safarian Susan Bennett took a trip to Kenai Peninsula, in Alaska, U.S.A. She captured the experience and has shared her wonderful images with us, the armchair travelers!
CONGRATULATIONS... 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?!
Be transported to the land of open spaces, the Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia.
Sarajevo - 101 years since WW I
Safarian Andreas Bender takes us on a trip through histoy to revisit Sarajevo, Bosnia.
Safarian of the Week: Richard Taylor
Introducing Richard! Last week's Safarian of the week! Our way of highlighting the members on Safarious who embody the ethos of our brand!
Over 70% of the Surface of the Earth is Covered by Water…
Another great image by Photographer Dana Allen - taken in the water wonderland of the Okavango Delta!
Last week's featured Safarian
Introducing Michael! Our way of highlighting the members on Safarious who embody the ethos of our brand! Read all about master diver and ocean lover Michael Bear in this week's featured Safarian journal!
In the World of the Ice Bear, Red is the Colour of Life…
A brilliant image by Dana Allen taken somewhere on the Arctic Ocean, above the 80th Parallel. With Journeys Unforgettable Photographic Safaris.
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.