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Archived entries for  Photography

Here we bring you superb photographs of Africa that’ll make you feel like you’re right there, in the action, but with better views than anyone else. Water and landscapes, portraits, animals, activities, food, safari lodges: see it all.

Where The Elephants Roam – A Chobe Safari

Adventures on the Chobe River

The Chobe River. My first encounter with her included the longest curtain of elephants I’d ever seen, elephants big and small crossing her width like proficient snorkellers seemingly unfettered by the crocodiles and hippos sticking their eyes out here and there. I thought my experience was unique. But such is the scene on the vast […]

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My Trip | A Photographer on Safari

Randy Harris Photography

I’ve spent the last few days reading through old posts on our blog, a bit like returning to a favourite book or a journal from years gone by, to remember the things you got up to, the people you met… One person in particular stands out. One Randy Harris who travelled with us seven years ago […]

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My Trip | A Walking Safari Is Not For The Fainthearted

Snap-happy on Safari

With the help of consultant, Landy Kent-Millar, our clients Eric and Conny Claassen headed out on safari to Rhino Post and Plains Camp in a private concession in the wilderness of Kruger. Game viewing in such concessions is nothing but spectacular, with lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo roaming freely.  To get as close as possible to the creatures big and small, […]

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My Trip| Lori explores Zimbabwe and Botswana

My-Trip: The Adventures of Lori

If the English-speaking population were to choose a single quote to attest to the virtues of travel and it came down to a popularity contest, it would be a landslide. I wouldn’t have to look at the results to tell you the winner. Mark Twain was, unarguably, a clever man. A wise soul who is […]

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My Trip | Lori Captures The Victoria Falls

My Trip: Victoria Falls

After the high of Namibia through Lori’s lens, I hit somewhat of a slump. A Tom-Petty free fall. A will-I-ever-receive-photographs-like-Lori’s-ever-again depression. The possibility that Lori went on other African adventures was the only thing that rescued me from the darkness. Motivated by this flicker of hope, I scrounged through our archives. What I found was an adventure that […]

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Sam on Safari | Exeter & Londolozi in Photos

On Safari at Exeter River Lodge

Our budding photographer/travel consultant, Samantha was recently lucky enough to spend some time away from the office, substituting her desk and phone for the open plains and wildlife of the Sabi Sand. She started at Arathusa and continued on to andBeyond’s Exeter River Lodge and Londolozi Private Game Reserve. The latter lodges are featured in today’s photo blog where Samantha shares some of […]

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Holiday To-Do List #1: Babylonstoren

Babylonstoren

Afoot and light-hearted I take to the open road Healthy, free, the world before me  – Walt Whitman The few days of holiday over Christmas and New Year’s are meant to relax you, the hard-working employee. Rejuvenate, restore and the like. And most times, you, the hard-working employee, give in without trouble and do sweet […]

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Accountants Gone Wild

An Accounts Team Adventure

Our Accounts Department left their calculators and ledgers behind and embarked on a safari break in the Sabi Sand, along with our COO John Holley. Needless to say, our team of number-crunchers don’t get out of the office much so that was already a highlight. But there were many more highlights to come… The team […]

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Samantha’s Sabi Sand | A Photo Blog

Photo Blog

Our senior travel consultant, Samantha Myburgh recently returned from an “educational trip”, seeking out new and exciting lodges in Southern Africa. Together with a few of our other travel experts, Sam spent 9 nights at 4 lodges, including Exeter River Lodge, Arathusa, Londolozi Varty Camp and Royal Chundu in Zambia.  And since Sam rarely travels without her Canon 1000D, she captured some […]

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A Graceful Descent | Getaway Photographer of the Year Finalist

A Graceful Descent

We’re proud to announce that our talented in-house photographer, Ryan Rapaport’s photograph of a leopard descending a tree in the Sabi Sand is a finalist in the Getaway Gallery Photography Competition 2013! Sponsored by Canon, the Getaway Gallery Photography Competition 2013 has been running since 1989 and features work from some of the world’s best travel photographers. […]

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Royal Chundu in Pictures | By Kate Miller

Royal Chundu

Don’t you just want to be here right now? We do. Many of our team of travel experts have stayed here before but a trip to the Relais & Châteaux Royal Chundu Lodge on the banks of the Zambezi never gets old. The Zambezi itself never gets old.

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A Photo Safari with Shaun Stanley

Lion Cub

We’re about to launch our new Spanish and Portuguese divisions. Bienvenidos! In preparation, we’ve recruited some exotic new consultants, who, together with Shaun Stanley, one of our senior travel consultants, headed out for a few days in the bush… Our consultants will pretend otherwise, out of humility, but it’s obvious they have one of the best […]

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