5 Interesting Facts | The African Buffalo

The African Buffalo is massively built with short, powerful limbs and weighing in at up to 1750 lbs (793 kg). The hook-shaped horns of the African buffalo, which can grow up to 63" (1.6m) long, are often used to defend themselves against predators, such as lions, and also to show dominance between the males in the herd. The hard shield in the middle of the male's horns is called the boss.

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Best Photography Equipment for an Africa Safari

It’s an exciting process booking and planning an African photo safari, especially if it’s your very first venture. As your departure date draws closer your thoughts will turn to packing and although the appropriate clothing is essential, this trip is really about amazing wildlife encounters, shared experiences and capturing memories. It’s time to pack your camera bag!

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5 Interesting Facts | African Wild Dogs

African Wild Dogs, also known as African hunting dog, African painted dog, painted hunting dog, or painted wolf, are one of Africa’s lesser known animals and somewhat misunderstood. Due to their being critically endangered, with only 5,000 left in the wild, sightings are rare outside of specific areas.

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5 Interesting Facts | The African Leopard

Leopards are the embodiment of feline grace, beauty, power and stealth with their long, low-slung bodies and short muscular limbs. They are the most widespread of wild felid covering pan-Africa as well as Asia.

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5 Interesting Facts | The Spotted Hyena

Ugly, sly cowardly...often misunderstood, Hyenas are strong, super smart animals that are built for endurance and are great hunters whether alone or in their clan groups. If ever an animal required a brand makeover, it's the Spotted Hyena.

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Planning an Africa Safari? Beware the Safari Bug!

No, I’m not talking about technical issues with Apple’s browser! I’m talking about the extremely infectious disease that afflicts those of you, myself included, that have travelled to and photographed in Africa.

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Moremi | Okavango Delta's Little Gem

At just under 5,000 square kilometres, Moremi is a surprisingly diverse reserve for its size. Made up of acacia forests and mopane woodland, lagoons and floodplains, it’s located on the eastern edge of the Okavango Delta.

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Marrakech | A 12th Century Moorish Empire

Dating back to the Berber Empire, Marrakech, is a major economic centre in western Morocco. Its walled medieval Medina is a densely packed melting pot of maze-like alleyways encompassing souks selling a variety of traditional wears such as textiles, jewellery and pottery.

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