On the final morning of our walking safari in Zambia, we track the Naughty Boy lions and confront a demon hippo. The post On a Robin Pope Walking Safari in Zambia: The Naughty Boys appeared first on Ann Cavitt Fisher.

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The Male Gaze Your Shot photographer Tim Bryan made eye contact with this male lion in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. “I will never forget his piercing gaze,” he says. With more than 2,500 lions living in its borders, the park is one of the largest lion refuges in the world. Image Credit:Photograph by Tim Bryan, […]

via ‘The Male Gaze’ Serengetti National Park. — Old Guv Legends

Africa’s Big Five!

It is a pleasure to share highlights of the classic “Big Five” animals of the African savannah: leopard, elephant, lion, rhinoceros, and buffalo. Here are a few personal experiences I have had with the Big Five. In an earlier era they were so-named because they were the five most challenging animals to shoot. Fortunately, […]

via African Safari: The Big Five — Jet Eliot


PART TWO… KRUGER NATIONAL PARK After spending five days on safari in Ingwelala Private Game Reserve with Emile Sprenger de Rover, Liza and Greg Parker it was time for Part Two of the adventure. Greg and I said our goodbyes to Emile and Liza and we headed out on a two-hour drive to the Kruger […]

via Photo Safari South Africa… Check — Larry Pannell Travel and photography

Camping in Botswana…

Botswana is a country smack dab in the middle of southern Africa. Note: Botswana is not in South Africa but the countries do border each other and yes, South Africa is its own country (just clarifying for my mother). If you travel to Africa, Botswana is well-known for their epic safari adventures. The country […]


Volunteering With Kenyan Wildlife…

Just in case someone thinks we are just being on a vacation you’ll find below our busy timetable as well as the additional tasks and a map of our location. Outdoor amenities Yes, we live in the bush… Quizz with the students at Koiyaki Guiding School Students wearing their traditional Massai cloths which the also […]

via Our last week volunteering in Kenya with African Impact — Marietta & Markus auf dem Gringo Trail durch Central America

Tanzanian Wildlife Experiences…

It’s taken some time to feel ready to write anything about Tanzania. I think some of it was I didn’t know how I felt about it once we returned home and some of it I just wanted to keep it all to myself. I also didn’t write notes, which was stupid. But, now is the […]

via 7 Days 7 Experiences – Our time in Tanzania — The Non Backpacker


Eleven African Lions were found poisoned in Queen Elisabeth National Park in Uganda. Cattle herders are suspect, as this problem is serious and continues to grow with  the Uganda Wildlife Authority  unable to control this.

Greater effort is needed here!

Serengeti National Park- Africa’s most famous!

Serengeti National Park is the most famous national park in Africa, renown by hosting the largest mammal migration in the world.Every year hundreds of thousands of wildebeests and zebras migrate from the Serengeti plains to the Mara in search of greener pastures and water. The vast park consists mainly in open grasslands in the the […]


Rare Baboon Action-must see!

Photographer Evan Schiller and Lisa Holzwarth were on a game drive in the northern Botswana’s Selinda Camp when they came across a big troop of baboons charging through the bush. “30-40 baboons were heading in our general direction making a lot of noise,” Lisa recalls. The baboons were obviously frightened by something and they all […]

via Baby Baboon saved by Brave Dad and Sacrifice of Mum. — Old Guv Legends