By Epimark Lastone – Tanzanian Positive Impact Co-ordinator In this blog post, Epimark Lastone, our Tanzanian Positive Impact Co-ordinator provides more insight into our vegetable gardens in the Northern Serengeti and Rubondo Island.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager When one dreams of a safari in East Africa, visions of lion hunting zebra, action-packed game drives, and the sounds and smells of being surrounded by nature come to mind. There are so many aspects of a safari that are easy to think of, however, there are other activities which await you once you join us in camp.
By Zintle Tsholoba – Discover Africa Group Here are 10 things you may or may not have known about this iconic piece of the African legacy.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant When planning a beach getaway – most people are happy to laze by the pool all day, catching a tan and keeping cool by the pool. However, there are those who look for an adventure-filled beach vacation – or those who like a nice combination of the two! Let us show you how to experience Zanzibar in the most action-packed, and relaxing, way possible.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager As each year ends, we usually find ourselves thinking about our plans and dreams for the upcoming year. We’re sure there are a few of you out there already thinking about what you’ll be getting up to in 2019, so here are 5 of our top recommendations for things to do next year. Hopefully, you’ll find something to add to the 2019 to-do-list!
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager As we close the curtains on another year, what could be better than looking back at some of our most epic safari stories? We’ve rounded up some of our favourite stories from our past guests and guides as well – genuine experiences that will live forever in their minds.
Written by Guests, Chris & Monique Fallows Reflecting back on our trip, I have to say the only way to visit The Serengeti is with Asilia Africa. The Central Serengeti can get rather overcrowded with lots of vehicle traffic but the locations of both Asilia camps, Dunia in the western part of The Serengeti and Namiri Plains in the east are in quiet areas with low traffic volume. Added to the incredible predator sightings in these areas, the camp staff and guides went out of their way to make us feel at home and went the extra mile to make sure we had the best experience possible.
By Warren Glam – Content Writer Rain makes East Africa a land of plenty, where grazing is good and predators have meat to ease their hunger. When the rains dry up, fearful and fierce alike must scrap to survive the stricken landscape. All told, the passage of life is as cruel as it is beautiful. What you experience on safari depends on when you enter the flow. Here’s a breakdown of the region’s ancient rhythms, and what you may see every month.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager There are many hidden treasures to be found on Rubondo Island, take a look at our map and be sure to mention these spots to your guide the next time you’re visiting Rubondo Island Camp.
By Jen Marsden of Enchanting Travels Wish to step off the beaten path and venture on an African safari experience that provides more intimacy, romance, and tranquility? We have our own secret of East Africa – Selous Game Reserve. Shh. Don’t tell anyone!