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An elephant in Hwange National Park

Trip ReportsPosted on: Friday, 2 December 2016

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

written by Monique Fallows

Zimbabwe, October If you want to see elephants there are many choices in Africa, but if you want to see astounding numbers there can be no better place than Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. The Park is said to have an estimated population of...

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Giraffe's in Etosha National Park

Trip ReportsPosted on: Friday, 2 December 2016

Etosha National Park

written by Monique Fallows

Namibia, October 2016 If you have been reading my blogs for long enough you should know by now that the end of September/October is only ever about one thing. The Great White shark season at Seal Island has come to an end and its now time to im...

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False Bay South Africa

Trip ReportsPosted on: Monday, 25 April 2016

Marine Photographic Expedition South Africa

written by Monique Fallows

False Bay South Africa During our early autumn months False Bay is normally alive with wildlife activity and as such a whole host of marine predators, and prey, can be sighted. Together with Pangolin Safaris and photographic and wildlife guide...

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A Ragged Tooth Shark off Cape Infanta.

Trip ReportsPosted on: Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Sharks of Southern Africa, 2016

written by Chris Fallows

Now in its fourteenth year, the 2016 Sharks of Southern Africa expedition once again delivered its share of various shark species, marine mega fauna and the excitement of each days unexpected surprises. The weather for this years expedition was...

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Lions in Kagalagadi National Park, Kalahari

Trip ReportsPosted on: Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Kagalagadi National Park, Kalahari

written by Monique Fallows

When someone talks about the weather it is often perceived as being boring and mundane but I beg to differ. Weather can be truly thrilling in its unpredictable wildness. It is ever changing and can be ruthlessly spectacular. When you come to thi...

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A Puma in Torres Del Paine, Chile

Trip ReportsPosted on: Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Torres Del Paine, Chile

written by Monique Fallows

As you know most of my blogs are about our wildlife experiences. This time round I am not only going to write about Pumas, but I will also relate a personal experience of ours that centres around the joys of travel and of what can go wrong if youd...

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Antarctica

Trip ReportsPosted on: Wednesday, 20 January 2016

With Ice Please! Antarctica Peninsula

written by Chris Fallows

Antarctica, the great white continent, is a place of grandeur and magnitude. For all those lucky enough to have visited the coldest, windiest and driest continent on earth, the sheer overwhelming size of everything is difficult to put into word...

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Elephants at Hwange National Park.

Trip ReportsPosted on: Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Zimbabwe Trip: Part 1

written by Monique Fallows

Its a funny thing when were on the ocean we crave the bush, and when were in the bush we crave the ocean! I guess our two great passions for the sea and the land are in constant competition with each other and this creates opportunity for many adv...

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Elephants in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe

Trip ReportsPosted on: Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Zimbabwe Trip: Part 2

written by Monique Fallows

Mana Pools Elephants If a magnificently beautiful area and wild dogs are not enough of an attraction to Mana Pools, the possibility of walking and spending time with fairly habituated wild elephants must surely make you want to visit this specia...

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Cape Gannets feeding on a bait ball during the annual Sardine Run

Trip ReportsPosted on: Thursday, 19 November 2015

The Sardine Run

written by Alistair Louw

This years Sardine Run included plenty of Sardines. It is not always the case given the name of this spectacle, however our boats fish finder, the sounder showed huge schools of fish moving through at depths of between 40 to 60 meters; too deep fo...

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