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VIDEO & PHOTO CREDITS: MICHAEL LORENTZ

On Safari with Michael Lorentz - Africa & Beyond

November 16, 2015

by Michael Lorentz

Ever wonder what a typical year consists of for our Passage to Africa guides? Check out Michael Lorentz's exciting compilation of 2015 safari highlights in Africa and beyond. We hope you enjoy this montage and that it provides a small insight into all the

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PHOTO CREDITS: MICHAEL LORENTZ

In search of the weird and the wonderful

November 15, 2015

by Michael Lorentz

I am often told I have the best ‘job’ in the world, yet sadly in the midst of missing family, an ever-overflowing inbox and living out of a suitcase for months on end, I sometimes forget that. At the end of a busy southern hemisphere winter, as I try to sum up five months of almost back to back travel, I am humbly

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Tracking Lions on Foot

November 14, 2015

by Michael Turner

A walking safari is an experience like no other. When you’re in the bush on foot, you truly become part of the environment, and not just a spectator. You become very aware of the sounds and smells of the wilderness, quickly tuning into the tracks that you are walking over, the alarm calls of the francolin, squirrels, baboons and vervet monkeys around you, warning of the presence of any predators nearby.

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PHOTO CREDITS: MICHAEL LORENTZ

Chad Invitational Safaris - March/April 2016

November 13, 2015

There is still limited space to join one of two exciting opportunities to experience the conservation success story of Zakouma National Park. The abundance of wildlife is unrivalled across Africa.

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Blood Lions - NYC Private Screening

November 12, 2015

We would like to urge all of our friends and clients in the New York metro area to attend the Blood Lions - Behind the Scenes event.

The film will be followed up by a discussion on the captive lion industry, its association with canned hunting and the lion bone trade, and the impact on wild lion conservation.

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SIDE TRACKED, SOPHY ROBERTS, JOSH IREMONGER, RICHARD COKE

Paddling the Flood

November 11, 2015

Side Tracked Magazine
Volume Five

Sophy Roberts travels to Botswana to spend time with Josh Iremonger’s two-man expedition as they canoe the source of the Okavango Delta in landmine-studded Angola on a 1058-mile-long river journey.

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PHOTO CREDITS: RICHARD COKE

Inspiring Destination - Okavango Delta

November 10, 2015

The Okavango Delta in northern Botswana, covers 20,000 square kilometres and is the largest inland delta in the world. Flowing for approximately 300 kilometres from the pan handle in the north to the Thamalakane river in the south, the water is crystal clear, naturally filtered by the sand and aquatic vegetation that forms the delta’s basin.

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PHOTOG CREDITS: WILDERNESS SAFARIS & DANA ALLEN

Hot Property - The 3 Mombo's

November 09, 2015

Mombo, Little Mombo & Mombo Trails Camps
Okavango, Botswana

In 2016 Mombo Trails opens while the rebuilding of Mombo begins, followed by Little Mombo six months later. While we are excited about the prospect of these camps being rebuilt, we are equally excited about the opening of Mombo Trails camp albeit a temporary

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