Past Webinars

23 January 2020

The Hemingways Collection, Kenya

Hemingways Collection

In this webinar Lucinda takes us on a journey around The Hemingways Collection's three iconic properties – Hemingways Nairobi, Ol Seki Hemingways Mara and Hemingways Watamu. Whether you are looking to sell each property individually or together as the perfect Kenya bush, beach and city itinerary, Lucinda will highlight the USPs and help answer your questions about these spectacular and very different properties.

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16 January 2020

Sharing the Story of Zuri Zanzibar

Zuri Zanzibar

Opened in 2018, Zuri Zanzibar is a 5-star lifestyle resort located in a prime position in Kendwa on the north-west coast of Zanzibar. It boasts a 300-metre long pristine beach that is unaffected by tidal movements and is ideal for swimming all day long and viewing the daily breath-taking sunsets. The resort offers accommodation in 55 bungalows, suites and villas that sit comfortably within Zuri’s 32 acre micro-universe. Designed by Jestico+Whiles, certified with a Gold for Sustainable Design by EarthCheck and a member of Design Hotels, Zuri Zanzibar combines elegant contemporary design with a considerate, sustainable build in an authentic African atmosphere.

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12 December 2019

Community & Conservation Safari, adding value & meaning to guest experiences with African Bush Camps

African Bush Camps

The season of giving and reflecting on the past year is upon us. African Bush Camps invites you to join us as we dive into our community and conservation relationships and highlight the importance and impact a conscious traveller can make towards sharing and conserving Africa together. Walk with the African Bush Camps team as we explore the intricacies of conservation and illustrate how guests can actively participate and understand the need and benefits of the work being undertaken by African Bush Camps Foundation. Join us on our Community and Conservation Safari, as we empower one another through enriching experiences.

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05 December 2019

Introducing Lengishu - the new exclusive use property on Borana Conservancy


Lengishu is an exclusive use family home at the heart of the Borana Conservancy in Northern Kenya, the country’s newest and most successful rhino sanctuary. Offering accommodation for up to 12 guests, Lengishu combines a leading wildlife destination with a sustainable ethos and locally sourced and inspired design. Lengishu is nestled quietly into a ridgeline offering stunning views across Borana, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and deep into Kenya’s Northern Frontier. Stone for the floors and design features were excavated from the site itself, earth from the site clads the walls and the exposed timber-work was all sourced locally.

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03 December 2019

Borana Lodge & Conservancy - using tourism to fund conservation


Borana Conservancy is a 32,000 acre private conservation area hailed by Save The Rhino International as ‘Kenya’s newest and most successful rhino sanctuary’. In 2013, a founding population of black rhino were introduced to Borana and the population has since thrived. Once settled, Borana and the neighboring Lewa Wildlife Conservancy dropped their fences to form the Lewa-Borana Landscape (LBL), the largest contiguous rhino habitat in East Africa which spans 92,000 acres. The LBL currently hosts 12% (105) and 14% (98) of Kenya’s black and white rhino stocks respectively.

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21 November 2019

Natural Selection: Jack's Camp - iconic camp to be rebuilt and will reopen in May 2020

Natural Selection

The iconic Jack’s Camp in the Makgadikgadi, Botswana is to be rebuilt and will reopen with a luxurious new look in May 2020 to celebrate the camp’s 25th anniversary. Jack’s Camp is a pioneer. The camp trail-blazed safaris in the harsh but beautiful Makgadikgadi region of Botswana 25 years ago and is still the only operator for almost 100 miles. The safari experience at Jack’s is unique. At first sight the lunar-like salt pans appear devoid of life, but in the hands of the knowledgeable camp guides the story of the Makgadikgadi begins to unfold. Whether it’s quad biking out into the remnants of the super lake, hunting for stone tools in the crusty salt flats or seeing the world through the eyes of the Bushmen, this is a safari where the focus is on learning, appreciating and being humbled by a vast landscape.

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14 November 2019

Conservation & Sustainability: Natural Selection’s projects, commitment & unique model

Natural Selection

In recent history, we’ve seen conservation of the natural world grow from a fledgling awareness in the 1960s, to a global interest. But somewhere along the way, Africa’s wild places became second best. Animals were poached, and wilderness areas were stripped of trees, eroded and mined. We realised that something had to be done to protect these areas. From its inception, the business model of Natural Selection has been about creating an excellent safari experience that gives back and so 1.5% of each booking goes straight back to conservation. We believe that by simply visiting a wildlife area, travellers are encouraging its continued protection through tourism revenue. For that reason, our deep commitment to conservation is matched only by our devotion to providing our guests with the most unique and extraordinary safari experiences out there.

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24 October 2019

Great Plains Conservation - Kenya

Great Plains Conservation

Introducing Great Plains Conservation’s latest camp opening, Mara Nyika Camp, a premier camp in the Naboisho Conservancy. This webinar is presented by Alex Walters who is the Sales & Marketing Manager for Europe & Middle East markets and is one of Atta’s European Advisors. Alex will highlight the differences between this camp and its sister camps in the Mara Conservancies, that of Mara Plains Camp and Mara Expedition Camp. He will explain how any one or more of the Mara Conservancies camps combines beautifully with ol Donyo Lodge, in the Chyulu Hills, overlooking Mount Kilimanjaro. He will also link these areas to the Great Plains Foundation supported conservation and community initiatives in Kenya.

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18 October 2019

Intimate Camps - Your private 'home from home' in Tanzania's majestic wilderness

Intimate Places

Visitors to Tanzania wishing to cohabitate with the extraordinary wildlife, bird life and nature to be found within its borders in the absolute privacy of their own surroundings need look no further than ‘Intimate Camps.’ Your own private camp can be set up for you anywhere you desire on the Tanzania Northern Safari circuit. Locations include all of the national parks as well as such far flung locations as West Kilimanjaro and the Lakes of Natron or Eyasi.

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19 September 2019

Hideaways - A Life Changing Experience


2019 has been an exciting year for the Hideaways portfolio of eco-lodges and experiences. Adding to the original, much-loved, Elephant’s Eye, Hwange, two new lodges have now joined the collection: Rio Azul, Mozambique offers a unique barefoot beach experience combining ocean, lagoon and mangroves, while the soon to open Nantwich, situated in the wild, western Hwange offers the discerning visitor a raw yet luxurious safari experience. To round off the collection the Zambezi Truth sunset cruises are carried out under sail, in hand-made, east African, dhows. The Zambezi doesn’t get more romantic than this!

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18 September 2019

JW Seagon - Why is it so important to have a robust General Insurance policy for your business?

J W Seagon and Co Insurance Brokers

The webinar will be an insight into the needs of those working in the tourism industry to have adequate and comprehensive insurance. It will not be a technical or legal insight, and we promise not to bore you with insurance jargon! We will provide examples of claims that we have dealt with, plus those that we have heard about, to highlight situations that may occur and the duty of care the industry has when it comes to customers and guests. We highly recommend you joining and will be happy to help you with any insurance related questions and concerns.

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15 August 2019

Pangolin Chobe Hotel - the only way to see this iconic destination

Pangolin Photo Safaris

Chobe has a reputation for being a bit busy and a bit mass market and it can be…..if you do it wrong! At Pangolin we make the most of what we consider to be Africa’s best all year round photo destination while maintaining a sense of exclusivity. Our signature photographic activities are well known but don't think it's just for the hardened pro snappers. In the first year of operation less than a third of guests have arrived with their own gear in the knowledge that we will supply all the gear and tuition they need.

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08 August 2019

Immersive Safaris & Authentic Experiences with African Bush Camps

African Bush Camps

African Bush Camps has identified a new definition of what “luxury” entails. From the initial conception of African Bush Camps the importance and value was placed on the experiences as opposed to the fine finishes and “frills” of what others might deem luxurious. Expedition style camps were established to speak to the essence of an experience detached from the modern world pressures and high pace. Guests are able to submerge themselves in untouched remote locations where their senses are unhindered. Breathe, touch, smell, see nature in its most raw form. The luxury is remoteness.

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18 July 2019

The Wellworth Collection - Tanzanian Hospitality Redefined

Wellworth Hotels & Lodges

The Wellworth Collection is an authentic Tanzanian Hospitality chain, which owns and operates a collection of Luxury Lodges, Resorts and Camps in the most sought after destinations in and around Tanzania. Locations include Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, The Ngorongoro Crater area and the Serengeti and Tarangire National Parks. The collection offers an array of Luxury Hospitality units to suit the liking of any discerning travelers/guests. From Palatial Resorts situated on the white sandy shores of the Tanzanian coastlines to Luxurious Lodges and Camps in and around the famous Ngorongoro Crater and the world renowned Serengeti National Park.

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11 July 2019

Great Plains Conservation - Botswana

Great Plains Conservation

Alex presents why the private Duba Plains Concession, in the northern Okavango Delta, and the Selinda Reserve, between the Okavango and Linyanti Marsh, are such prime wildlife destinations. He outlines the differences between Duba Plains Camp and Duba Explorers Camp, their traversing areas and differences in habitat and associated wildlife. He explains the differences between the three Selinda Reserve camps and their habitats: Selinda Explorers Camp, the brand new Selinda Camp and Zarafa Camp, and discuss further developments within Botswana including various conservation and community initiatives in association with Great Plains Foundation.

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04 July 2019

The Wild World of Natural Selection

Natural Selection

We think frills are great, but they are no match for thrills, especially when it comes to African safaris. Don’t get us wrong, we love a great bottle of wine and soft sheets as much as anyone. But for us, the greatest luxury of all, by far, is experience. That’s why we’re creating a portfolio of welcoming camps and one-of-a-kind experiences that are full of unique soul and colourful character, with extraordinary staff, located in the very heart of where the wild things are.

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13 June 2019

Kitich Forest Camp

Kitich Camp

Kitich Forest Camp is a unique safari destination; six comfortable tents in the middle of pristine forest, a low key classic. Kitich has been guarding the forest and protecting the elephants for over 40 years, with a dedicated following of safari-goers "in the know". Activities are centered around walking in the forest with Samburu guides, watching elephants on foot, and swimming in the cool crystal clear rock pools. We are welcoming a growing number of millennials that want variety within their safari, want to get out of the car and on the trail, and are looking for unique authentic experiences.

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06 June 2019

Sausage Tree Camp & Potato Bush Camp, Zambia

Sausage Tree Camp

Come learn a little more about these 2 properties. Based in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park, Sausage Tree Camp and Potato Bush Camp are both World Renowned Safari properties, offering the very best in private guiding, service, luxury and an unbeatable wildlife experience in what has been voted as the best location in Africa.  Our approach is relaxed and friendly whilst every effort is made to be personalised, professional and effortless. Activities include: Game drives (day and night) boat cruises, birding, canoeing walking safaris and what is regarded as some of the best tiger fishing in Africa.

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31 May 2019

Visit Rwanda - A Realm of Adventure

Rwanda Development Board

Rwanda has been largely known for the world famous mountain gorillas. And now there is so much more... Its spectacular landscapes are also full of world-class adventures including: mountain climbing, kayaking journeys on Lake Kivu; canoeing on beautiful rivers abundant with birds; mountain biking on trails that crisscross the landscape; walks through the countryside and hikes to the summits of the Karisimbi and Bisoke Volcanoes. Rwanda is a truly unique and must see adventure destination!

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28 May 2019

Wilderness Safaris Zimbabwe’s Seasonality – Dry vs Green Benefits

Wilderness Safaris

Seasons are historically cut into 2 in Zimbabwe – Green vs Dry, especially in Hwange National Park. People often rush to book the dry season resulting in lack of space, elevated rates and frustrations. However, the green season has so much to offer but is seldom talked about. Why visit in the green season? Why is it beneficial not only to the pocket but also to the guests experience? We are wanting to change the myth on the green season and make the question, why wouldn’t one travel in the green season if they had the chance?

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