Who’s Watching Who?

From the moment our Tasimba guests touch down at the tiny airstrip, they are eagerly watching out for animals.  And, within minutes of starting their first safari drive in to camp, the Linkwasha wilderness starts to reveal her many treasures.…

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What is it About Sunsets?

Sunsets are like fireworks. No matter how many we’ve seen before, we all watch them again and again. What is it about sunsets?  I confess – I’m a total sunset junkie!  Can’t get enough of them. Who isn’t mesmerized watching…

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The Wonders of Nature

The longer you spend on safari in Africa, the more you are awed by the wonders of nature. It’s not just the huge numbers of different species of animals, birds, insects and trees in the wilderness that takes your breath…

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Back to Our Roots

Humankind’s roots in Africa are over 2 million years old. But it’s only in the last 100,000 years that our intrepid forbears started a relentless pursuit of open space, spreading out frontier by frontier, all over the world. Whenever it…

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Lions: Uneasy Lies the Crown

Lions. Everybody wants to see Africa’s King of the Beasts. They’re truly magnificent creatures, beautiful, graceful, social - and lethal! Most people on safari see them resting under a tree in the daytime heat. The lucky ones see them feasting…

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Africa for the Birds

People don’t come to Africa to see birds. At least, not on their very first visit. Most guests only have eyes for the “big” animals – elephants, lions, buffalo, giraffe, cheetah, zebra, even hippos. That’s no big surprise! Then, after…

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