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18 travel features tagged “Safari”

The first rule in tracking lions: No running

Walking safaris in Botswana bring travellers out of the jeep – and their comfort zone – and onto the dry, African soil to hunt for one of the greatest predators in the animal kingdom.
Read more… 23 January 2015


The last unexplored side of the Serengeti

Off-limits for more than two decades, eastern Serengeti's remote Soit Le Motonyi region is newly accessible to visitors – and quickly gaining a reputation as a hot spot for big cats.
Read more… 14 November 2014


The wildest side of Nairobi

Forget the Maasai Mara – it’s in the polluted, congested three million-strong capital where you really understand how wild Africa can be.
Read more… 04 August 2014


Tracking Nepal’s endangered rhino

Finding the endangered, elusive Indian rhino isn’t always easy, even at Nepal’s Chitwan National Park. Even more challenging? Knowing what to do when the 2,000kg creature charges.
Read more… 13 July 2014


Fictional Footsteps

On the hunt with Hemingway

Following in the footsteps of Hemingway’s acclaimed works finds that today’s safaris are less rough-and-tumble – but still promise the unpredictable bush encounters the writer loved.
Read more… 24 April 2014


The Serengeti in the off-season

From January to March, travellers can get an early glimpse of the great migration in Tanzania’s south before indulging in the crowd-free wildlife show of the country’s north.
Read more… 08 January 2014


The rhino wars of central Kenya

Solio Reserve is the premier place in Africa to see black and white rhino in the wild, but these precious animals are at the heart of a bloody poaching battle.
Read more… 16 August 2013


Zimbabwe, a side you've never seen

Slowly leaving behind its days of violence and corruption, the southern African nation is back in the business of offering travellers thrilling, up-close animal adventures.
Read more… 30 July 2013


Malawi’s mane event heralds a fresh dawn

The recent reintroduction of lions, along with a new president who looks to have saved the country from ruin, represents a symbolic new start for this under-the-radar African nation.
Read more… 03 May 2013


Five-star Kenya without the crowds

Discreet lodges and tented camps from the Masai Mara to Samburu National Park offer luxury, seclusion and excellent wildlife watching for the discerning traveller.
Read more… 05 April 2013


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