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Gujarat - India's Western Outback

My week-long trip through Gujarat last year took me to Gir National Park, the last abode of the magnificent Asiatic lion, Velavadar National Park,… Read on

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India Revisited, India Rejuvenated

I grew up with images of Kipling’s Jungle Book dancing through my mind, so for as long as I can remember India and its wildlife has been woven into… Read on

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Pantanal - the cat’s whiskers

Highlights of September's Pantanal photo tour in Brazil included giant anteaters, southern tamunduas, and wealth of bird species. However, the… Read on

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Kalahari or Bust

Botswana is a huge country with some of the world’s finest nature reveres and a fearsome reputation in terms of conservation. It was probably the… Read on

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Malawi revisited

Patzi Haslimann recently travelled with us to Malawi, staying in Majete Reserve with its prolific wildlife, followed by a visit to Liwonde National… Read on

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Norman Carr, legend of the Luangwa

Other than a Saturday job working in a local sports shop, my first ‘proper’ job was being trained as a walking safari guide in South Luangwa… Read on

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The Great Migration photo tour

Can you have too much of a good thing? Well in some instances certainly yes, but in others definitely no. I’ve just returned from the Serengeti,… Read on

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Zambia - 6 times and counting

Dave and Jeanette Bax recently travelled with Wildlife Worldwide to South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. This was their sixth trip to the area, and… Read on

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Lady Luck and Jaguars

No matter how proficient you might be technically, no matter how thorough your knowledge of light and composition, there’s no getting away from the… Read on

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Wildlife encounters in the Masai Mara

In July 2013 John and Hazel Belchamber travelled with us to Kenya, staying at the Ol Kinyei Conservancy in the Masai Mara. Here they share their… Read on