In The Wild has always been about getting you out of the 4x4 vehicle and away from the radio guiding. To create an adventure with impact we need to immerse ourselves in an ecosystem, to put ourselves back at the ground level and to engage all of our senses while stepping through our journey.
The waters of the Okavango River begin their story in great, thundering clouds above the Angola Highlands in January. The waters of the Okavango River begin their story in great, thundering clouds above the Angola Highlands in January. One month and one thousand kilometres later they form the border between Angola and Namibia, then rapidly descend some four meters, through the Popa Falls and enter the parched, Kalahari Savannah of Botswana. Everything ….. slows ….. down.
We have just returned home from a fabulous safari through Kenya with two beautiful families. It was a tremendous adventure, we created so many remarkable memories together and we feel deeply privileged to have planned and guided this trip.
In the far North of Tanzania and stretching a good way into Kenya, the Greater Serengeti Ecosystem spans a vast thirty thousand square kilometres. A thriving wilderness, pristine and teeming with wildlife, this jewel adorning Mama Africa between the arms of her Great Rift Valley is truly an icon to behold and revere.