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For the last 12 months we have longed to return to the countries that have long captivated our attention. Instead we revisited them virtually, creating a series of Sensory Safaris to highlight all the most visceral sights, sounds and emotions we've experienced in the past. We hope that you too will find this series of articles inspirational.
 
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Safari guide setting up sundowners in Laikipia
 
What factors go into creating an eco-friendly safari? One of the most vital is the protection and development of habitats — including national parks and private reserves.

Private concessions are often more environmentally sustainable than the larger national parks because they typically focus on low volume, low impact tourism, with fewer properties and vehicles polluting the ecosystem.
 
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Mother and baby black Rhino.
 
Our world and the creatures in it are vulnerable: without action, many of them could soon be gone. But by travelling responsibly, you can contribute to conservation success stories for the most iconic species.
 
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Quad biking at Little Kulala.
 
Our expert holiday creators are constantly uncovering new ways for you to enjoy the wonders of our world. We hope that you’ll find some of the following irresistible.
 
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Paradise During a Pandemic
 
When we started planning our wedding for March 2020 and our honeymoon for November 2020, little did Rosie and I realise how challenging the year in question would be! We were at least able to have our dream wedding just before the Covid pandemic truly took hold, but honeymoon plans were immediately put into doubt, even though at the time we were still nine months away.
 
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Safari game drive near elephants
 
An elephant is an amazing creature and watching them on a safari is pure joy! You’ll be awestruck by the combination of social intelligence and raw power. Discover ten of our favourite elephant spotting locations from the savannahs, deserts and great rivers of Africa.
 
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Woman cooking on clean Gyapa stove in Ghana
 
We are increasingly aware of the impact that our daily lives have upon the environment. Almost everything that we do creates some kind of “carbon footprint”. As part of our Travel Well policy we ensure that every holiday we arrange has a positive impact, actively benefiting the people and places that you will visit, as well as more than offsetting its entire carbon footprint. These positive impacts will be outlined in the tailormade itinerary that you receive. We are also committed to taking actions to reduce our footprint through sustainable operations.
 
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Lunch at Xaranna Camp, Botswana.
 
The origins of Bobotie are steeped in the spices of Malaya and hearty appetites of the Dutch farming families who settled in the Cape in the seventeenth century. The rich and tasty spices were brought from Indonesia by slaves who were transported to the Cape by the Dutch East India Company. The “Cape Malay” community have contributed much to today’s South African heritage. Bobotie has also been adopted as a favourite in neighbouring Botswana.
 
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After all the recent travel restrictions, it's certain our next big holiday will be one that will hold a special place in our hearts. If it’s going to be a wildlife safari, they don’t come any bigger or more iconic than an appointment with a family of mountain gorillas on the misty volcanoes of Rwanda.
 
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Lioness with three cubs in South Luangwa.
 
People often ask us, "What's the best time of year to visit Africa?”. Actually, every part of Africa is spectacular, always, for different reasons. Do you want a time when you can see the most animals? Or a time when the landscapes are clothed in glorious colour? A time when it’s great value for money? Or a time when it’s especially good for photography? This is why you need specialist advice, and where we can really help. As we’ve posed the question though, here are a few really spectacular times to visit Africa.
 
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Aerial exterior view of Xigera Safari Lodge
 
In a year like no other, many of us unexpectedly pressed pause on our bucket lists. While it hasn’t been without its frustrations, it has given us a chance to step back and reflect on our lives and values. It has also given us an opportunity to dream of the future and plan ahead.
 
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Woman on deck, elephant, Chief's Camp, Botswana.
 
Botswana – a land where sun bleached deserts meet glittering, labyrinthine deltas. Long associated with the world’s most exclusive safaris, almost the entire country has become a wildlife haven in the heart of southern Africa. For several decades, it has delivered some of Africa’s most luxuriously authentic and private safaris, which are continuing to evolve as camps add new experiences.
 
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