The Aye-Ayes Return to the Wilds of ​​Anjajavy

  After more than four years of hard work, training, awareness-raising and research, Anjajavy le Lodge in Madagascar realised their dream as they released two aye-ayes, Soalina and Kintana, into the forest of the Protected Anjajavy Area. In our search to connect the people and places doing their best to […]

How to Care for Elephants ~ Find the Others with Jabulani

  Caring for elephants is no easy task. As you’d imagine, were you inclined to ponder the ins and outs of the life of an elephant handler, wildlife veterinarian or endangered species curator. Taking care of a child or cat or company is one thing, […]

That Moment… On Safari with Lion Cubs in the Okavango Delta

  It’s the moment we’ve been waiting for. Hoping for all along. Mots knows what signs to follow. As ranger, oracle and wilderness whisperer, he can probably hear the pitter patter of the lion cubs’ paws across the short grasses of Duba Plains Camp. He […]

The Soft Heart of the Okavango Delta

  The bottom of an elephant’s foot is covered in a soft padding that helps to support its size. The padding also softens each step the elephant takes so that it walks almost without a sound. Bar those branches crackling underneath them. Through their feet, […]

The Sweetness of the Solo Safari

It wasn’t merely that the animals were all out, on this early morning in the Nambiti wilderness. Not simply that we didn’t have to search too hard to find the rhinos and buffalo, the giraffe and lions, the wildebeest and waterbuck. What made the drive […]