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Sep 2018

Selecting the top 25 images of every quarter is always such a tough task. There are so many memories and experiences from each safari, so how do we pic? We think the best idea is to let each guide decide what photographs bring back the best memories and that capture the moment and the essence of the safari they are leading. This allows some freedom of expression and shows unique styles of each person as well as the mood of

    A meandering, life-filled body of water makes its way annually from the Angolan highlands towards an oasis in the middle of the Kalahari Desert, known to us as the Okavango Delta. The formation of this unique phenomenon is extremely well documented. Research papers that span back decades as well as ongoing current research ensures we have as much knowledge of this occurrence as possible, allowing us to protect it for many years to come. Visiting the Okavango Delta has to be right on the

  I strongly believe that there are few destinations in the world that can rival Africa. By immersing yourself in the world's natural playground, there is always something for everyone to look forward to! When just a few highlights of our next Safari Architects trip included dancing on the banks of the delta at a drinks stop, watching a cheetah with cubs hunt an impala, helicopter flips over the waterways, peacefully exploring the delta by boat, archery competitions alongside elephants and seeing

  East Africa is often associated with a well known motion picture: "Out of Africa". This film displays rolling vistas of grasslands and mountains, dotted with a myriad of mammal species, endless plains and a sense of complete wilderness. In real life, this is truly not far from the truth! There are still vast stretches of land that are protected within National Parks such as the Masai Mara and The Serengeti. Besides these areas, there are countless more habitats and reserves