Steven got out a torch, and searched the plains. “There! Two lions.” “Should I go get the car?”, Andrea asked. When he came back, he had a smart look on his face. “Well, listen. We could go out and look at the lions … or we could go back and watch the leopard I just saw by my bungalow”… Read the story about our two week exploration of Zambia’s Kafue National Park, one of the most beautiful and unspoilt wildernesses we’ve seen in Africa, as we alternate between bush tenting and luxury lodging “colonial-style”.
After a few days in Mbeya, we continued to Malawi and spent the next few weeks travelling south along the massive Lake Malawi, stopping at some beautiful lakeside resorts and charming towns on our way down. During that time we made a lot of new friends, travellers as well as locals, and we fell completely in love with this wonderful place and its charming people. Easy to see why it’s called the warm heart of Africa.
“Suddenly Alfred signalled to us to stop, the trackers had located the Gorillas not far from where we were. The excitement moved like a quiet wave through the group. Leaving everything behind except our cameras, we slowly and in complete silence made our way towards them. Then we saw him. Sitting peacefully between the bushes quietly eating leaves, was the unmistakable black and silvery back of a silverback Gorilla.” Join us as we go on an exclusive and unforgettable trek deep into the misty jungles of Rwanda to end up face to face with the mighty Mountain Gorilla.
Deep in the misty jungles of Rwanda live one of our closest evolutionary cousin and one of the most elusive and magnificent creatures on earth. Join us on as we go on on an exclusive and unforgettable trek to end up face to face with the mighty Mountain Gorilla.
Lake Natron in Tanzania is is an important breeding ground for millions of lesser flamingos. The drive there took us on a long and dusty road in the ancient landscape of the great Rift Valley, passing volcanoes and calderas in some of the most dramatic scenery we’ve seen.