Zarafa Camp
How to Collect Wild Elephants

There is a joke that goes, Five people — an Englishman, Russian, American, Frenchman and Irishman were each asked to write a book on elephants. Some amount of time later they had all completed their respective books. The Englishman’s book was entitled “The Elephant — How to Collect Them.” The Russian’s book titled “The Elephant […]

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Morukuru 7
The Real Mystery of Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photographers are the impalas of human society. They are everywhere. As you leave the airport, en route to the safari lodge, on the lawn at lunch, under the trees and across the plains on just about every game drive. Yes, many of these photographers are truly talented individuals with an impeccable eye, superb mastery of the […]

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Londolozi
For Everything There Is A Season | Londolozi In The Dry Season

“The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.” ― Albert Einstein intelligent – ɪnˈtɛlɪdʒ(ə)nt/ (adjective) a. having or showing intelligence, especially of a high level. b. able to vary its state or action in response to varying situations and past experience. The majority of us may not be as intelligent as Einstein, but we’re definitely not […]

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R&C Safari
The Armchair Safari | Destination: Morukuru

Since I was a lone girl child, my father and I have been talkers. We don’t talk to other people much, but we talk to each other. About other people. But also about big ideas. Philosophy. Politics. Plants. Every and anything. It has been a way of working through the commodious complexity of daily life. A method […]

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Parrot-Fish
Parrot Fishing on the Yemen. Pardon. The Zambezi…

Our 10 Questions series has featured the favourite wild moments of Relais & Châteaux Africa’s adventurers. Today, I’m going to tell you about one of mine. Everyone has their own criteria for what makes an adventure. For me, it is often about my camera and the rare moments it manages to capture. The Parrotfish Run in Zambia, the Zambezi’s […]

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Londolozi
The Young & The Restless By Africa’s Attenborough

The first time we featured the wilderness through the eyes of Africa’s Attenborough, not David, but his prettier namesake, Amy, we gave you a glimpse into the first footsteps of a newborn elephant. Today, Lady Attenborough, Londolozi‘s very own naturalist (for that’s what rangers are, in many ways) turns her lens on the young and the restless […]

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