Monwana Game Lodge: Experience Exceptional

The More Family Collection has long been associated with outstanding safari experiences. Their lodges, boutique hotels and private residences are found in Southern Africa’s best leisure destinations, and combine to offer you the classic Southern African experience, with the More Family Collection’s signature ‘golden thread’ running through them. Monwana Game Lodge in Thornybush Nature Reserve…
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South Africa: World’s Best Country to Visit

It’s pretty difficult to choose one thing that stands out as brilliant about South Africa, simply because the list of things that make it exceptional is so long. But now that the country has been crowned “Favourite Country in the World” by readers of The Telegraph we should really delve into a few things that make…
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4 Reasons to Get Off the Beaten Track

Africa’s photographic safari scene is by now well-established. Areas like Kenya’s Maasai Mara or South Africa’s Sabi Sands have over 60 years of experience in crafting the ideal safari for their guests, making subtle tweaks depending on their visitors’ nationality, ages, preferences, safari history etc., and you are bound to get an absolutely mind-blowing, world-class…
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Glorious Wallowing in Victoria Falls

The Wallow Lodge is found in a private game reserve, peacefully nestled in the heart of the Victoria Falls National Park. The tented camp is set along the banks of the Masuwe River, surrounded by 4,500 acres of wilderness that stretch into the horizon, where a cloud of mist from Mosi-oa-Tunya (the local name for…
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Simbambili: The Heart of Leopard Country

Simbambili Game Lodge is found right up in the northern part of the world-renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve, a wilderness area renowned for its intense game viewing and prolific leopard sightings. Set amongst the old Knobthorn and Jackalberry trees, Simbambili offers sophisticated safari accommodation that reflects its unspoilt landscape. The lodge overlooks a waterhole which…
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Singita Faru Faru: Serengeti Delight

Set in front of a busy waterhole alongside the Grumeti River in the heart of Tanzania’s Serengeti, Singita Faru Faru Lodge invites continuous connections with its breathtaking surrounds. A relaxed approach to luxury forms a golden thread throughout this contemporary African lodge and allows guests to experience the deeply restorative power of nature. Décor &…
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Low Light Photography

This is probably one of the trickiest areas of wildlife photography to get right. Photography is all about light, and the less there is, the harder it is to take a sharp photograph. After sunset or before sunrise, cloudy days, or even shooting with a spotlight; all present their challenges, some of which can be…
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Lion Sands River Lodge

It’s hard to say enough good things about Lion Sands. For years one of our favourite lodges in the world famous Sabi Sand Game Reserve, Lion Sands has been wowing guests from all over the world with their incredible wildlife sightings and close attention to detail on the guest service front. The sheer amount of…
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Mala Mala Winter Madness

Winter is almost upon the South African Lowveld, which encompasses the Kruger National Park and its adjacent private reserves like the Timbavati, the Sabi Sands, and more relevant to this particular post, Mala Mala. One of the original photographic safari lodges in the country, Mala Mala has had its doors open to wildlife aficionados since…
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Duba Plains: Delta Dawn

World-famous wildlife filmmakers Derek and Beverly Joubert made their name through groundbreaking documentaries like Eternal Enemies: Lions and Hyenas, Eye of the Leopard, and Relentless Enemies, which examines the intense rivalry between buffalo and the lions that have adapted their ways to hunt them through the watery channels of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. This last production was…
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Cheetah Plains: Eco-Excellence

Home of the exclusive-use luxury safari experience in South Africa’s most celebrated wildlife area, the Sabi Sand Reserve, Cheetah Plains is the epitome of a sophisticated, innovative eco-luxury safari experience for the modern age, indulging you in a refined, personalised and private sustainable safari experience of a lifetime. Set in the north-east corner of the…
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Qorokwe: Wildlife on Tap

The richness of this exquisite safari camp lies in the vibrance of its different landscapes. Rivers that reflect brooding, dramatic skies. Lush, green profusions of wildflowers. Rippling grasslands peppered with wildlife. Spend sunny days exploring the channels by mokoro. Scan and listen for wildlife; a herd of red lechwe, mud-encrusted buffalo bulls, elephants and giraffes,…
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Serengeti River Lodge: Ultimate Migration Exclusivity

Perfectly situated on the banks of a tributary of the Grumeti River, in the secluded western parts of the Serengeti National Park, &Beyond Grumeti Serengeti River Lodge shares breathtaking views and unparalleled sightings, especially in April and May when the great migration is moving through the area..  The lodge enjoys prime position in one of the…
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Jao: Awestruck in the Okavango

In the heart of the Okavango, on a remote island, Jao invites you to discover one of the richest experiences Botswana has to offer. Where Earth meets river meets wetland, lies Jao. Surrounded by riverine forests and open floodplains teeming with game, Jao is the archetypal Okavango Delta camp, and a lush haven for wildlife….
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Little Vumbura: Island in a Sea of Green

The Okavango is one of the world’s – not just Africa’s – premiere destinations. An utterly unique oasis on the edge of a desert, this 16000 square kilometre ecosystem is the world’s largest inland delta, and it provides one of the finest wildlife experiences on the planet. Elephants wade across waterways, lion prides make use…
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