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Specialist photographic safaris

Photo copyright CNP Safaris Imagine a herd of elephants splashing across the Chobe River a few metres in front of you, a lioness stalking her prey across the Serengeti plains, thousands of wildebeest thundering past you in the Masai Mara, or carmine bee-eaters taking flight in Luangwa… and then capturing …

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Shaping the continent, part 4: Ancestral voices

In part four of our series The Shaping of Africa Len Rix considers the many and varied languages that grace the land. Africa is as rich in its language as in its diversity of peoples. From the souks of Algiers to the townships of KwaZulu-Natal it throbs with a thousand …

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Flying the Okavango

The Okavango is one of the world’s largest deltas and often referred to as “the river that never finds the sea”. It is a peaceful and isolated oasis set in Botswana’s harsh Kalahari Desert. A visit to Botswana, without visiting the Okavango, is a sin. There are only two ways …

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Shaping the continent, part 2: Come rain or shine

In part two of our series ‘The Shaping of Africa’, we look at how climate has affected nature, landscape and people. Log on to any Internet search engine, type in “Africa Climate” and you immediately tune in to an anguished buzz of concern about the impact of global warming on …

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Why we invested in the Tuli Block

As an avid wildlife enthusiast Paul Klomp travelled regularly to Africa from his home in the Utrecht region of The Netherlands. However, finding that he was, as he puts it, “becoming frustrated with the typical safari experience offered by the famous 5-star lodges around central and southern Africa”, he started …

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