Last minute workshop specials for SADC travellers
From today, 1 July, hotels and restaurants are opening to exclusive bookings and there are increasingly signs that local tourism will open up. Hoteliers everywhere are preparing their world to get back to business. Of course it wont be the same as pre-lockdown. Sanitary sprays will replace welcome […]
The Seychelles is the ultimate island destination in the Indian Ocean – and it’s crowning glory are the remote and pristine Outer Islands. When we were invited by Machaba safaris to visit the remote island of Alphonse to capture and experience their Blue Safari, my underwater camera, land camera, video camera and drone packed […]
Just returned from a fantastic flower photography workshop with my two friends Kathy and David Richardson. We travelled 3000 kilometres from Cape Town to Kamieskroon and had the most amazing creative opportunities.
Kamieskroon Hotel and Namaqua National Park
We spent our first nights at the legendary Kamieskroon Hotel. The hotel is something of a mecca for […]
Nsefu in South Luangwa is a special place. From February to June it’s stork colony is a breeding ground for thousands of yellow billed storks which hoover up vast quantities of barbel and tilapia fishes found in the fertile lagoons and river.
Not only is the stork colony one of the largest stork in Southern […]
The worlds widest waterfall at 1.7km wide and one of the 7 natural wonders of the world.
Time of year: Heaviest flow is April/May when flood comes down. Expect to be completely wet when visting at that time. Rain coats can be hired, but cameras will need cover.
Which side is best: Don’t worry about what […]