As the banks of the Mara river are amongst the most desirable locations for safari camps, we often find ourselves sharing our little slice of heaven with the local hippopotamus families. They make for entertaining… Read More
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National Geographic journalist Emma Gregg recently wrote an article on fly camping with us in the Northern Serengeti, see what she has to say below: “Get down!” hisses senior tracker Pius, ducking behind a large… Read More
I’m a child of the eighties born into the western developed world and named after a ridiculous pop star with a regrettable haircut. This means that in my lifetime I will eat about two and… Read More
Mike Dexter is a professional wildlife photographer and specialist photographic safari guide with over a decade of experience exploring and photographing the most wild and remote corners of Africa, each journey fuelling the fire for… Read More
It has to do with distance from the rest of the world – not just a physical distance, but a deliberate distance in the way we decide to live. Partly it has to do with… Read More
Every photographer has a ‘bogey critter’ – the one they are always unlucky with. Mine has been the leopard – or chui in Swahili. I’ve near-missed them all over Africa, India and Sri Lanka more… Read More
Our guide Mzee Nyuki, tells me he is Ndorobo. It’s a derogatory name endowed, long ago, upon several unrelated hunting & gathering tribes encountered by the Maasai in Tanzania and Kenya. The term in Maa… Read More