Kenya

We need to protect and preserve!

Can we do more for our wildlife?

Wildlife news and conservation stories are hot in the press at the moment.  With the recent  exposure of a Rhino poaching syndicate; the talk of Elephant hunting in East Africa; the sad poisoning of the Hoaruseb pride of Lions in Namibia; the burning of illegal Ivory by Kenya’s President with a street value of $100 …

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Photo of the Week – Elephants in Amboseli

This series of photos was taken in Amboseli Reserve by Liesl who has recently been on a safari trip to Kenya.  Such fabulous shots of the herd going by and the huge male following in the distance – one of the greatest of the Big 5! Did you know that like humans are typically right or left handed, …

Montana & Tom on their African Safari

We love our client feedback!

We have stressed this before but it is super when we get feedback from our clients.  It really helps us to know that the trips we put together have been properly tailored to their best interests.  Have a read below for some feedback on our services and also some great feedback on particular camps too. …

Lion Cubs Drinking

Photo of the Week: Lion Cubs

There has been a fair focus on Lions this week with the release of “The Last Lions” movie trailor featuring Ma di Tau. They are also one of the huge reasons people travel to Africa, to see these amazing creatures in their wild, natural habitat.  Part of the Big 5 (Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Buffalo & Rhino) group …

Traveling with Children to Africa

With the midyear break looming many people have their vacations planned and will soon be gathering the family together for the annual summer break.  The other day I found an app that you download that helps you pack for your vacation!  I thought to myself “wow, we really don’t have to think about much these …

The Phases of a Lunar Eclipse

The Rare Lunar Eclipse – Africa

Yesterday I mentioned that there was going to be a central lunar eclipse tonight, and Africa is one of the best places to be seeing this.  As long as you have clear skies this is the case – there are no clear skies in Cape Town today!  With massive storms lashing our coastline we are …

Photo of the Week – Lion Kill

With the beginnings of the annual migration in East Africa taking shape this week I thought I would include an image of a lion with a kill.  This photo was taken recently by one of my colleagues, Liesl in the Masai Mara.  The migration has a massive predator following – there is no shortage of food for these big …

Anyone for the Sardine run?

South Africa is one of those amazing destinations when it doesn’t matter what time of the year you are visiting, there is always something to see!  The various climatic zones between all the provinces means you have a wide choice of destinations, whenever you wish to travel. Although June is winter in the southern hemisphere (hence the 1st of June …

ASC Pic of the Week – Stephen Raffay Photos (Part 2)

Another incredible collection of photos from photographer Stephen Raffay!  This week, we have 2 more breathtaking photos from Stephen, a former (and current) ASC client, using our services to plan his yearly trips to Africa where he captures the beautiful images that you see below.  His portfolio is stunning, and Stephen was nice enough to …

ASC Pic of the Week – Stephen Raffay Photos

This might be the best “Pic of the Week” we’ve had yet!  This week, we have photos from renowned professional wildlife photographer Stephen Raffay.  Stephen is a former (and current) ASC client, using our services to plan his yearly trips to Africa where he captures the beautiful images that you see below.  His portfolio is …