The “great” migration that most people think about is the great wildebeest migration in Tanzania and Kenya. Did you know that there is not just “one” great migration in Africa? Actually it is a continuous clockwise cycle and the key is to try to be at the right place at the right time. Witnessing the […]
Chimpanzees are the closest relation to humans in the animal kingdom. Second to chimpanzees is the magnificent gorilla. We humans share all but 1.6% of our DNA with gorillas so it’s no wonder that looking into a gorilla’s eyes feels a lot like looking into a human’s. This video was shot in Rwanda by David […]
Let’s start 2017 off on the most exciting foot and share with you our African events calendar! There is always something spectacular going on in Africa. The rhythm of Africa is governed by its seasons. Every season brings with it new adventures and opportunities to experience uniquely African events. In January and February you have an […]
Learn more about the cheetah, one of Africa’s most incredible animals. Fun facts, plus how you can visit the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Africa.
As you know, I am an avid kayaker and love to explore the world from the seat of a kayak…or in the case of this video, from the driver’s seat of a Mokoro.
The first animal I saw on Safari was a giraffe. Our guide said “look giraffes” and I being a naive person looked straight through the windshield and told our guide I didn’t see it. He smiled and told me to look to my left where 2 beautiful giraffes were standing about 20 feet away. It […]
This week we are going to provide you with 5 fun facts about Namibia which is home to the Cheetah Conservation Fund of which I am on the Board of Trustees Namibia is the second least densely populated country on earth. After Mongolia which is also a vast country, there are just over two million […]
This week we are going to provide you with 5 fun facts about Uganda which is home to a source of the Nile: Uganda is home of a large part of Africa’s largest lake – Lake Victoria which is also a source of the Nile. Uganda has 11% of the birds found in the world […]