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Sand Rivers Selous:      Coming face to face with history
25 Feb 2017

Walking in the Selous is a magical experience and each walk is as unique as the next. Sometimes you track a herd of buffalo to the rivers edge, sometimes you bird watch along one of the lakes, and sometimes, you come across historical artefacts from WW1. Not many people know that part of WW1 was ...   Show me more >

Sand Rivers Selous:      Just Lion around!
18 Feb 2017

The Selous has greened up over the past few weeks and there is life all around. We have clients on the river and others on a game drive around the lakes, so this is the perfect time for us to do a cheeky game drive. We head into the Miombo woodland and it doesn't take long for us to spot ...   Show me more >

Lamai Serengeti:      Escaping the Chill
13 Feb 2017

To all of you living in the Northern hemisphere – this is a great time of year to escape the cold and enjoy some warmth and ‘creature’ comforts in the Serengeti. 

Our off/low season is a bit of a misnomer as a safari at this time of year is as good as our peak ...   Show me more >

Ras Nungwi - The Ocean Suite:      Fire at Ras Nungwi
5 Feb 2017
It is with great sadness that we announce that Ras Nungwi Beach Hotel has been extensively damaged by a fire. The fire started at neighbouring Sazani Beach Lodge on the morning of 4 February 2017, and stoked by strong winds, … Show me more >

Ras Nungwi:      Fire at Ras Nungwi
5 Feb 2017
It is with great sadness that we announce that Ras Nungwi Beach Hotel has been extensively damaged by a fire. The fire started at neighbouring Sazani Beach Lodge on the morning of 4 February 2017, and stoked by strong winds, … Show me more >

Sand Rivers Selous:      Maisha the Hippo
2 Feb 2017

About four days ago, we had one of the biggest thunderstorms of the season. Due to an extremely short "short rains" in November and December, the land was dry and the animals were struggling. There was no grass left and many animals were forced to eat plants they otherwise would not. This rain ...   Show me more >

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