South Luangwa, Zambia
In a remote section of the South Luangwa National park is Zungulila Bush Camp. The camp is set on the banks of the Kapamba River as it meanders and curves, providing splendid panoramic views. Both the surrounding wilderness and the camp itself is reminiscent of Africa’s yester year - the bush is wild and free, untouched and unspoilt by the interference of man...
by Richard Coke
We were visiting a Sumburu village early one morning in the Northern Frontier District of Kenya. It was mid-October and unusually green for this time of year. The rains had come early and in large amounts compared to previous years.
In 2009 the area was hit by a devastating drought, people lost most of their cattle that year. The Sumburu are pastoralists, they herd cattle and goats which have been an important part of their livelihoods for centuries.
by Michael Lorentz
I've just come back from the Omo valley in Ethiopia. It was one of the most amazing things I’ve ever done. The tribes of this remote valley exist in a world almost devoid of any modern, western influences.
At times, I felt like an extra in a National Geographic documentary. Up until the 1970s, many of these tribes were unaware that they were part of Ethiopia. They still live in tribal communities, maintaining Bronze Age traditions.
The Quirimbas Archipelago is situated in Northern Mozambique, stretching from the charming city of Pemba to picturesque Palma. This idyllic chain of thirty-two islands extends for a hundred kilometres along the coastline, with the southernmost eleven and a vast expanse of mainland forest making Quirimbas National Park. Established in 2002, this locally inspired initiative protects a precious natural environment the encompasses the feeding and breeding grounds of sea turtles, dugong, dolphins, sharks and whales; additionally elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, hyena, jackal, wild dog, eland and sable are found, not to mention an abundance of bird species.