August in the Wild – A Camp Jabulani Ranger Reflects…

Camp Jabulani Ranger, Dohan Scheepers, shares insight into his recent adventures in the Kapama wilderness of South Africa. Read more on Camp Jabulani’s blog > “The past few weeks have been incredibly busy at the lodge, as we are now entering into some of the […]

The Philosophy of Karen Zoid – The Ellerman Sessions

She stands in front of us in the colours of rock ‘n roll. South Africa’s original rock chick, people call her. Black coat, black shirt and black jeans. Brown boots. Endless cords wind round and round the stage at her feet, like the roots of […]

Do You Ride? – A Horse Safari in Kenya

Do you ride? People are always asking that. It’s not good enough that we’ve bravely mounted bicycles and game vehicles and slept among roaming lion prides and night-creeping hippos. We need to ride horses too, through the greatest wildernesses in the world. I’ve witnessed many […]

How To Stay Inspired – AtholPlace Has the Answers

To stay inspired, to hold on to our sense of purpose, that is all we ask for. In our work, our relationships, ourselves. This is not simply about contentment, this is about creation, about passion, about the impatient calendars and proverbial butterflies getting in the […]

A Moveable Feast Through Zambia

Royal Chundu, on the banks of the Zambezi River,  has launched a new locally-inspired Tasting Menu, modelled on a traditional Zambian family feast, with several courses exhibiting the unique flavours of the country. Describing the new menu, the team at Royal Chundu say: “Consider it […]