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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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Wildlife Travel Calendar

This calendar has been put together by our team of experienced wildlife specialists. It is not intended to be 'complete', but a guide to help you… 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