Botswana Bush Dinner Under the Stars at Motswiri Camp

Botswana is the land of magic, mystery and predator mayhem. Reed-lined channels of the Okavango Delta snake their way through parched Kalahari landscapes, the mighty life-giving Chobe River  flows vigorously through riverine forest and jade colour vegetation, the misunderstood flat salt pan of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, the geographical marvel of tectonic plate movements…

The Week in Pictures : Wildlife Images to Cure Your Friday Fever

If you have a case of Friday fever, then we suggest you make use of your time and scroll through our recent sprinkling of wildlife images fresh from the undergrowth of the Kruger. There’s plenty happening out there, and – across the board – guests have been rewarded with sightings of lion cubs, wild dogs…

TIA: This is Africa (on foot)

For a world-class experience in the wilds of the Klaserie, and to view the big five from the vantage of both a game viewer and on foot, head to Sun Destinations’ delightful and aptly named camp, Africa on Foot.  On assignment for a travel publication, this is my first time at Africa on Foot in…

The Week in Pictures : Bovids and Pachyderms Share the Limelight

The ‘veld is gradually losing its lush and velvet green appearance, and the duller hues of the winter season seem to be seeping into the carpets of emerald. This week, it’s not the tawny and mottled predators in the spotlight, but rather the bovids and pachyderms. The colossal elephants and buffalo have put on quite…

Dinner Under a Blanket of Stars at Tuskers Bush Camp

As the sun melts into the sky, shades of persimmon fill the quintessential African horizon. There is nothing more hypnotic than the sunset in Botswana, a country home to some of the world’s most spectacular striking scenes of remarkable beauty. Enviably located across 365 000 hectares of rugged wilderness laden with mopane trees, and sandy…