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Leopards, lions & wild dogs in Zambia

We had a truly great time in Zambia – the whole experience was great and all three Robin Pope camps were as good as, if not better than, we had… Read on

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Kasanka National Park (Chris Breen)

Having first visited Kasanka National Park in the late 80’s (and many times since!), it was a pleasure to return there once again in November to… 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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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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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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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

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The Lure of Liuwa

In mid-May Brian headed out to Zambia's Liuwa Plains with six intrepid travellers on the first of our 21st anniversary "Way Out West” safaris. It… Read on

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Jonathan & Angie Scott in India

This article by Jonathan Scott is re-published as part of our series to mark the launch of our new website. They travelled with us to India in early… Read on

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Mombo’s Maned Lionesses

During the late 1990s through until 2002, a rather peculiar lioness and her pride used the immediate vicinity of Mombo camp in the Okavango Delta,… Read on