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Enjoy these pics from Little Makalolo manager Kim White at the start of the dry season in Hwange...

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Eighteen-year-old Thabo Boldwin Maluleke’s lifelong ambition has been to become a vet and work in Kruger National Park. Children in the Wilderness’ Janet Wilkinson met Thabo five years ago and immediately recognised his potential, his ability confirmed when he started the "SUPERKIDS To Save The Environment" Club in Makuleke after he left his primary school Eco-Club to move on to high school.

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Just a couple of the cat sightings seen on Linkwasha professional guide Robert Chadyendia's game drives over the past two days... Also thrilled to see that Cecil's seven surviving grand-cubs are doing so well!

See more here http://www.wilderness-safaris.com/blog/safari-albums#gallery-1965_A+Few+of+the+Cats+of+Linkwasha

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wonderful. Thank you
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Piper & Heath Travel have shared some amazing moments from North Island – a place that unashamedly aims to provide the very best in privacy, location, accommodation, services, facilities and experience...
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A poignant photo essay from Cecil the lion's researcher Brent Stapelkamp with Giannella Garrett in +Outside Magazine...
When Cecil, the magnificent, 13-year old, black-mane lion was killed by an American dentist on an illegal trophy bow hunt last year, the world responded with shock and horror. Photographer Brent Stapelkamp, 38, was the last person to fit Cecil with a GPS satellite collar and to photograph him, just a month before he was killed.
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No matter how many times you have travelled to Africa on safari, seeing it through the eyes of children is like seeing everything for the first time! Can you remember your first giraffe? Even for those of us who are regularly in the bush, showing children the wonders of wildlife is so rewarding.

Of course you have to pack as many suitcases as you have children and your own one too! Here is our suggested packing list for the months to come...

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In her inimitable style, Marian Myers winkles out the very essence of an early morning on the Busanga Plains...

"Overhead the ibis flew in perfect formation with every beat of their wings pushing down on the thick morning mist, making a silent wha-wha sound that made me realise this time of day is so peaceful that the sound of feathers can get my attention. Slowly and quietly the morning unfolded with a perfect sunrise in a cloudless sky.

Out on the plains we witnessed a pod of hippo on the banks of the channel, soaking in thick mud, steam rising off their spherical bodies, which melted into the mist as they sunk into the comfort of the cold water.

A goliath heron stood motionless with his neck recoiled; silhouetted against the morning sunrise, he looked frozen."

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Cheetah chilling on a dead raintree. How's your Monday looking?

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Cheetah chilling on a dead raintree. How's your Monday? #Linkwasha #Hwange #Zimbabwe safari http://www.wilderness-safaris.com/camps/linkwasha-camp … Embedded image. 3:16 AM - 25 Jul 2016. 1 Retweet5 Likes. Reply to @WeAreWilderness ...
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Elize Fourie updates us on the lives of the desert-adapted lions, their movements, offspring and a tragic incident involving the Musketeers...

Also see http://desertlion.info/news.html for daily updates.
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For more of the amazing wildlife experience on safari at Segera Retreat in Kenya's Laikipia region, have a look at this safari album...

http://www.wilderness-safaris.com/blog/safari-albums#gallery-1959_Segera+Wildlife

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"Ruckomechi is famous for its 'outside catering' thanks to Uncle Bob’s charm and culinary skills and a bush dining experience in the care of this ebullient African chef is forever embedded in the hearts and minds of our guests."

Thanks to Ruckomechi Camp manager Edmond Mudzimu for a charming profile on one of this legendary Mana Pools camp's most stellar staffers!

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Our journeys change lives - helping Africa, its wildlife and its people through ecotourism and our conservation and community projects
Introduction

Wilderness Safaris offers luxury safari experiences in nine African countries, promoting ecotourism and conservation at the same time.

A tour operator and destination management company dedicated to responsible tourism in Africa, its travel divisions – Wilderness Safaris, Wilderness Touring, Wilderness Collection and Wilderness Air – operate a portfolio of some 70 lodges, camps and safaris in nine countries: Botswana, Congo (Brazzaville), Kenya, Namibia, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Seychelles.

Wilderness Safaris’ wildlife, marine and cultural safaris in remote, pristine wilderness destinations are specialised, explorative and fun. Wilderness offers guests private access to over eight million acres (three million hectares) of Africa’s finest wildlife reserves, while remaining fiercely committed to protecting the planet’s precious natural and cultural resources.

This Wilderness vision is encapsulated by its 4Cs concept, namely Conservation, Community, Culture and Commerce.