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100 per cent success

 17 November 2016 |  Jo Jenkins |  Tanzania, Safari and Beach News, Kilimanjaro

Safari&Beach conquers Kilimanjaro.  We have a 100% success rate of guests summiting Kilimanjaro.  That’s not bad compared to an average of 48%.  Our MD, Nick Jenkins, submitted in October with a few friends.  He’s now not only one of the most knowledgeable people on climbing Kili but also has...

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New Camp in Serengeti

 15 January 2015 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News

We are delighted to announce the openeing of Naona Moru Camp in the Serengeti. This is a fabulous camp in a great location offering an unrivalled combination of luxury, space and excellent guiding.

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Situation On Ebola

 15 October 2014 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News

Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) GEOGRAPHIC REPORT OF SPREAD IN AFRICA & IMPLICATION FOR TRAVELLERS The spread of EVD in West Africa has largely been contained within Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia although further contamination within those nations has, regrettably, not declined.  Nigeria seems to have the situation under control...

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Three for Two

 10 January 2014 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News

There are some great deals at the moment including three for two at many of our favourite lodges.  Give us a ring (01548 854 125) or email us and let's get you sorted with a top safari and beach holiday at a bottom price.

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World Rhino Day

 22 September 2013 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News

Celebrate all five species of rhino: Black, white, greater one-horned, Sumatran and Javan rhinos. There are two kinds of rhinoceros in Africa – the black rhino and the white rhino. There are approximately 4800 black rhino and 20 000 white rhino surviving in the wild.  Today there are five...

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Migration In The Mara

 10 September 2013 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News, Migration

Large numbers of wildebeest and zebra crossed the Mara River within the first ten days of August. Between the 4th and the 8th huge numbers were seen crossing at the mortuary crossing point, it is here that many perish trying to climb up a wet and slippery vertical river...

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New Boutique Lodge At Matemwe

 4 March 2013 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News

We are pleased to be working with a lovely new little lodge in Matemwe – Matemwe Bandas.  This is a boutique lodge made up of 4 bandas on the beach and a bigger banda by the pool.  Have a look on our site.  They seem to be getting the right...

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Cn Traveller Gold List 2013

 2 March 2013 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News, Awards

CN Traveller has announced its Gold List winners for Africa for 2013.  There are 3 lodges in Kenya (Serena Amboseli, Governors’ Mara, Mount Kenya Safari Club), 3 in Tanzania (Kirawira Tented Camp, Gibbs Farm, Serengeti Serena) and one in Botswana (Mombo) which have been awarded Gold List status.  These lodges may be...

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Reports From Botswana

 20 February 2012 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News, Botswana

Kwara: We welcomed the new year with incredible sighting of predators, prey, birds, and of course dramatic sunrises and sunsets. Kwara concession is certainly a wildlife paradise on the 1st day of the 1st month, we found 2 lionesses resting under the shade, escaping the heat, a few metres...

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Cooking With Spices

 10 February 2012 |  Jo Jenkins |  Safari and Beach News

Fancy a cooking tour with a local Swahili Chef in Stone Town? This is a one of a kind authentic cooking lesson where you will be able to learn how to use the local spices which you can find at the spice farms of Zanzibar. The cooking takes place in...

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