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Bushmen of the Kalahari Tracking and Hunting Video

Africa is full of vibrant and interesting cultures, yet my clear favorite is the San Bushmen of the Kalahari in Botswana. DNA studies have proven that all people originate from the Bushmen, they are the true First People and I am always fascinated to learn from them the things forgotten by my ancestors as we […]

Chief’s Island Walking Trail: A Vintage Botswana Experience

Chief’s Island in the Okavango Delta is considered by many to be the premier wildlife location in all of southern Africa. At the north end of Chief’s Island is the famous Mombo Camp, one of the most luxurious and popular camps in Botswana. However, in the southern area of the island it is now possible […]

How Close are the Animals on Safari?

One consistent question I receive regarding an African safari is how close do you get to the animals on safari? The first assumption when people see a photo like this lion face is wow, you must have a huge camera lens. Often times the lens is important to ‘reach’ your subject for a great photo […]

Rule of the Duba Boys Finally Comes to the End

The reign of the Duba Boys came to an end on July 28, 2008 in Botswana when the second of the dynamic pair passed away, he was proceeded by his partner on December 28, 2007. The lions of Duba Plains are famed for their daytime hunts of buffalo, a daunting and dangerous prey species, and […]

Poison Control!

The honey badger (also known as the ratel) is a creature that has gained great fame for its fearless and relentless nature. One of the amazing characteristics of the honey badger is its propensity to devour poisonous prey including many of Africa’s most deadly snakes, scorpions and bees. Honey Badger eating a snake. Copyright C […]


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