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Author: Chris Renshaw

Whenever I think of Africa during the season of plenty, I think of new life, bright green hues and vivid colors. The young of many animal species take their first steps into the world, while migratory birds flock to Africa for its wealth of food. Everything seems easier in this time of plenty, the scenery reflecting the abundance and beauty of new life surrounding it.

The energy that first-time safari goers exude, that of complete innocent excitement and anticipation, is extremely infectious to all who witness it. This feeling is also amplified as the upcoming experience is something completely new, out of one's comfort zone, venturing onto a new continent that you have only watched documentaries on or dreamed about

When you are fortunate enough to have guests returning to Africa for the third time, one really does begin to understand the passion that can be ignited for this great continent. The Okavango Delta is one of Africa's special places that fuels this passion! Each time one visits or returns to the Delta, it fills the soul with a sense of complete relaxation and awe. For our returning guests on this safari, this was no exception. Exploring new areas of

"I have often been asked by guests on safari my point of view on spirituality. In general, we are taught to shy away from such questions as it is an extremely personal topic and needs to be discussed with care and respect. I tend not to shy away from this question, however, as I feel that spending years in the African wilderness has made my feelings on the topic clear. There is a spirituality in nature, and Africa is the

"Every individual matters. Every individual has a role to play. Every individual makes a difference. The least I can do is speak out for those who cannot speak for themselves. The greatest danger to our future is apathy" - Jane Goodall For returning guests Jim and Debra, journeying to the Great Apes and Great Migration of East Africa have always been items on their bucket list. We began our adventure in Uganda in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for gorillas and the Kibale

Botswana is a jewel in the safari-sphere. The Okavango Delta specifically, being a site of true beauty, wonder and contrast, is a place sought after by many. It is no surprise, therefore, that safaris here are of the best one can experience with lush landscapes, unique and rare wildlife, luxury accommodation and a multitude of both land and water activities. The Delta never disappoints and leaves a mark in the heart of all who visit it

Click on the links below to read all the latest stories from our most recent newsletter, the first quarter of 2019. Enjoy!!! http://www.safariarchitects.com/2019/03/inspiring-stories-man-meets-world/ http://www.safariarchitects.com/2019/03/top-25-moments-for-the-quarter/ http://www.safariarchitects.com/2019/02/down-by-the-river-lodge/ http://www.safariarchitects.com/2019/02/a-day-amongst-the-deadvlei-dunes/ http://www.safariarchitects.com/2019/01/from-the-dunes-to-the-delta/  

What inspires you? What drives you to wake up everyday and feel happy? What is one thing that you wish to achieve? These are questions that I ask myself all the time and, generally, I have a good idea of what the answer is. However, even though this is the case, I still feel like I need inspiration now and then. Personally, I find this inspiration can come from almost any source, whether it be from something obscure or something