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Keeping connected and informed

During these days of lockdown, some have a little more time on their hands to enjoy virtual information sessions, others are desperate to research and investigate possible travel destinations for when we are able to travel again.

Below are some links to informative videos, conservation projects, live safaris and more from highly regarded safari and tourism companies that might interest you during these times of ”no travel”


  • Sit back and relax while watching a live webcam stream that is set up at a waterhole near the Great Plains camp – Ol Donyo Lodge – in Kenya. Enjoy the view of the waterhole from the hide under the shadow of the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. ol Donyo Lodge is situated in the Chyulu Hills of southern Kenya. Keep an eye out for fringe eared oryx, giraffe, the resident warthog, stealthy cats that visit at night, and if you are lucky, Africa’s largest tusked elephants. CLICK HERE


  • Mala Mala, Sabi Sands, South Africa – why not take a visual safari in one of the great game-dense regions of South Africa. Watch Wild dog, leopards hunt, lions sleeping… Mala Mala Game Reserve Live Safari


  • WildEarth is a dose of safariLIVE video streaming in South Africa – go on a live safari and see what’s out there in the African bush
  • There is even a kid friendly version of safariLIVE – get the kids learning about the African bush and wildlife – click here


  • Resident Photographer & Guide, Ross Couper, from Singita in the Sabi Sands, places two hidden GoPro cameras on a two-track road to experience the wildlife’s natural movements throughout the day – click here to see wild dog and more from the Singita properties.  Or catch Ross doing LIVE safari feeds from Singita Sabi Sands



  • Get an idea of what a FAMILY SAFARI means with this short video from African Bush Camps, from their Somalisa property in Zimbabwe


  • Conservation is key to protecting Africa’s communities around the areas of wildlife, watch HERE to hear a little about the Chem Chem Foundation, Tanzania


  • Enjoy a BUSH WALK in the Serengeti with SINGITA SERENGETI – Heading out on foot into Africa’s pristine natural wilderness is so much more than just a walk. You’re embarking on an adventure, sharing an unforgettable experience with the person walking next to you, and even more so, with nature itself. You open your senses, absorb your surrounds and see the world in a brand-new light. It’s about being close to nature and appreciating the little things – as well as the large.” – George Tolchard, Fields Guide – Singita Serengeti






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