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Author: Richard De Gouveia

Climate change is a hot topic of debate that is on everyone’s lips at the moment. Science has offered many different outcomes that vary from researcher to researcher but all but a few foresee a bleak outcome. As the largest number of fires on record burn in the Amazon, I thought I would take a moment to look at a forest that I have just visited and share its biodiversity and importance.

I have always had a passion for photography and as I immersed myself deeper into it and did it more of it, my passion for teaching it developed and grew. I am filled with a huge amount of joy when seeing someone take amazing images on their own once I have guided them through a tip, a trick or lesson on the camera. This tutorial is a brief outline of the basics of photography. I hope you all enjoy it.   ?

Time is a luxury which is less available to many, if not all, of us nowadays, specifically quality time. A big cause of this is that we are locked in a crazy world full of instant gratification, held prisoner by technology and our "crazy lives".  As guides, we are fortunate enough to be able to enjoy some sort of a break from this, as we join guests on their escapes into the wild, on an exploration of the wilderness and

The first full moon at the end of March, or beginning of April, signals the beginning of “the rutt”. This is the time of year where, as the days get shorter and the nights get longer, impala rams’ testosterone levels skyrocket and the fight for territory and dominance over female herds begins

Staring out of the window as your PC12 aircraft lines up with the airstrip, the red dunes of Sossusvlei become apparent, and the bareness of the desert a reality. The plane touches down and comes to a hault, the door opens and the silence hits your ears like a sledgehammer. Climbing out and marvelling at the magnitude of the surrounds, you make your way to the safari vehicle waiting to escort you to the lodge that will be your home