9-13 September 2018
Dereck and Beverly Joubert are undoubtedly 'children of Africa'. The husband and wife duo use films to change attitudes on a scale they cannot do through tourism alone.
Finally, there's a technology that could have tourists yearning for the wild more than ever before; the unfortunate paradox is that the very same technology could stop them ever setting foot there...
In the depths of a dormant volcano, Anton Crone finds an explosion of wildlife and a lake so idyllic he finds himself wondering why his ancestors ever left.
Operators and outfitters have let their imaginations run wild on the traditional safari experience – the newest adventures are more active and engaging than ever before, plus they focus on fascinating wildlife beyond the Big Five.
Singita's Founder and CEO shares insight on the brand's positioning and ethos, and talks about the legacy he wants to leave behind.
Debbie Pappyn travels with Odzala Discovery Camps in the jungle heart of Congo-Brazzaville on the search for the elusive Gorilla gorilla gorilla.
After an epic day of game drives out in the bush, sometimes sleeping in a tent just won't do. Here we round up a bunch of sensational retreats where well-considered design comes first.
Stanley Stewart embarks on a trek in Kenya's Loita Hills with a group of Maasai elders, getting their take on bachelor life.
Two years after the world was captivated by Oscar-nominated film Virunga, Park Director Emmanuel de Merode explains why tourism is the key to bringing change to the park’s wildlife and communities.
Debbie Pappyn and David De Vleeschauwer get a taste of the old-school as they embark upon a mobile camping safari in Botswana's Okavango Delta, led by none other than Africa's finest, Ralph Bousfield.