Blog Posts

The Big 5: Cape Buffalo

  • Posted by denfilin
  • On June 19, 2014
When you start researching your African Safari, the term “Big 5″ often comes up. The term Big 5 was coined by big-game hunters and quickly became known as the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot, and the name stuck – although now ‘shooting’ is done through a camera lens. So the Big 5 are […]
Read More
 

The Big 5: Leopard

  • Posted by denfilin
  • On June 19, 2014
When you start researching your African Safari, the term “Big 5″ often comes up. The term Big 5 was coined by big-game hunters and quickly became known as the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot, and the name stuck – although now ‘shooting’ is done through a camera lens. So the Big 5 are […]
Read More
 

How to choose an African Safari?

  • Posted by denfilin
  • On June 12, 2014
How to choose an African Safari? For most people, the main draw card in Africa is it’s wildlife and a once in a lifetime safari experience. However this can be completely overwhelming as the continent is vast, diverse, complicated and it has over 800 different species of mammals roaming the continent. The experience however will […]
Read More
 

08-29-2012 Tofo, Mozambique

  • Posted by denfilin
  • On August 29, 2012
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 Sitting here on the coast of Mozambique close to midnight. Screen door is all that separates me from about 75 yards of beach and the Indian Ocean. The breeze is cool at night, just cool enough to keep the windows and doors open for a good night’s sleep but not so […]
Read More
 

07-11-2010 Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge, Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda

  • Posted by denfilin
  • On July 11, 2010
Sunday, July 11, 2010 Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge, Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda I made it back to Nairobi on Friday via a private plane flight back into the Mara with Rex, the pilot from New Zealand and Dave, another white Kenyan about 65 years old who serves as a photographer and fill in camp manager for […]
Read More