Tales from the Trail

Our Safari Forecast for November

Ah, November… the season of respite when the rains finally sweep across the dry African plains. The smell of petrichor fills the air as storm clouds gather and break every few days in electrifying downpours that last a few hours. The bush is still sparse, but green leaves are budding on the trees and many […]

Walking Wild, Walking Free

No virus, no media, no politics.   Noor and his camel – Photo by David Tett (Noor means light in Arabic)     Traveling through northern Kenya you’ll find wild country alive with black rhinos, loping giraffes, herds of gentle elephants, and shy leopards. You won’t find oppressive lockdowns or caustic politics.   Black Rhino […]

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