Okavango Delta, Botswana
In the south-east of the Okavango Delta, within the 280 square kilometre Chitabe concession is Chitabe Lediba. A stone’s throw from sister camp, Chitabe, the Lediba camp is an intimate annexe geared towards small groups and families.
by Colin Bell & David Bristow
Last month The Periscope featured co-founder of Wilderness Safaris and Great Plains, Colin Bell as our June "Interviewee." This month we are excited to feature his latest project, the book: Africa's Finest which identifies the most sustainable and responsible
July 10, 2013
Kruger National Park, South Africa
This is certainly something you don't see everyday!
Impala eludes two hungry cheetahs by jumping into car full of tourists!
by Richard Coke
I've always been anti-helicopters. In Botswana people use them for game viewing and I felt — I still do — that the only thing they do is scare the animals away.
But I've just been on a helicopter trip and I have been won over. What they're fantastically good at is covering distances and taking you deep into a
by Michael Lorentz
Kim Wolhuter is one of my bush heroes. His grandfather was Harry Wolhuter, one of the first wardens in the Kruger Park. Harry Wolhuter was someone I looked up to as a kid. I grew up reading his memoirs. On one occasion Harry was attacked by a lion and narrowly survived by stabbing it in the
by Richard Coke
I've just been up in the Masai Mara where the density of lions may be the greatest on the continent. I was catching up with a small pride. Last time I followed them, there were five lions in total: two lionesses raising three cubs.
We are thrilled to introduce Colin Bell as the June "interviewee" for The Periscope.
This series of interviews aims to highlight individuals who are intricately involved in African conservation. We aim to interview scientists, philanthropists, filmmakers and safari operators amongst others. Africa’s wilderness and wildlife is under
The coastline of Kenya is a long stretch of remarkable landscape where the African wilderness and Indian Ocean meet. The coast has a long and exotic history, its calm blue waters the traditional passageway of the Arabian Spice Trade. Long before Nairobi became the country’s capital it was the