03 July 2017
HerdTracker, a web application developed by Discover Africa in 2014, was launched to track the movement of the wildebeest migration in real-time. The web application has afforded wildlife enthusiasts and travellers the unique opportunity to explore the migration with accurate information based on the location of the migratory herds.
Now, in 2017 HerdTracker has been updated to include crowd-sourced data from anyone sharing sightings of the migratory herds ... read more
03 July 2017
We are excited to launch our first official Bush and Beyond video.
This video was shot in January & February 2017 by Goh Iromoto & Courtney Boyd over 4 weeks visiting Tangulia Mara Camp, Lewa House, Ol Malo & The Emakoko plus a helicopter trip with Ol Malo Nomad.
Watch the video here
Come explore, experience & escape to all that Bush and Beyond has to offer and please feel free to share with all your friends!
Stay tuned for more videos and new ... read more
30 June 2017
Over the Okavango: An African eden - http://magazine.africageographic.com/weekly/issue-156/over-the-okavango/
29 June 2017
To read the Zambia Tourism Agency Newsletter Second Quarter, please click here.
29 June 2017
Kruger - lodges vs self drive: http://magazine.africageographic.com/weekly/issue-155/kruger-lodges-vs-self-drive/
29 June 2017
Elephant’s Eye Hwange has decided there is simply no time to waste in combatting the plight that our wildlife is facing.
As of the 1st of July 2017, the conservation levy will be compulsory for all guests staying at Elephant’s Eye, Hwange. The amount is set at $10.00 per person per night, payable either on invoice or at the lodge. Previously the contribution was at guests own discretion. ... read more
28 June 2017
The African Bush Camps sales team of safari aficionados, Kate, Coral, Maneta, Ingrid and Mona, took some time to visit our newly opened property, Thorntree River Lodge in Livingstone, Zambia.
In order to give the right recommendations to agents, it was important that the sales team experienced the beautiful Thorntree first-hand.
They had the most incredible time at Thorntree River Lodge- they cruised the waters of the mighty Zambezi and were awed by the sunset, they were wined ... read more
27 June 2017
After a long, tough drought last year, African Bush Camps is thrilled to announce that flood waters have pushed through to the Linyanti marshes in front of Linyanti Bush Camp and Linyanti Ebony.
The marshes and waterways are now lush and flowing and we have reintroduced mokoro activities at Linyanti Bush Camp and Linyanti Ebony.
The mokoro is used to explore the tranquil waters of the rivers, marshes and deltas of Botswana. ... read more
26 June 2017
After flooding during the heavy rains in the green season, Khwai Airstrip has dried out and is now ready to land planes. Khwai airstrip is only a 20-minute drive from Khwai Tented Camp, which makes it an easy transfer from the plane to the start of your safari at Khwai Tented Camp.
In 2018, guests staying at both Khwai Tented Camp and Linyanti Bush Camp or Linyanti Ebony will be offered door-to-door helicopter transfers between camps so they don’t miss a minute on safari. ... read more
23 June 2017
Zambezi Whitewater Festival 2017!
Get ready for the best event on the adventure sports calendar this year. From the 9th to the 12th of November 2017.
The event takes place over two days.
Thursday the 9th of November - Registration opens 10 am Victoria Falls Waterfront.
Friday the 10th of November - Team practice/strategy day rapids 1-25.
Saturday the 11th of November is Race Day - Rapids 1-25 and prize giving at the "MOTHER OF ALL PARTIES". ... read more