Life in the African Safari Bush – A Game of Chance

November 5, 2016By Sandy Salle

Follow along on Amy’s Botswana safari. On my recent visit to Botswana, I was lucky enough to spend time visiting Duba Expedition Camp and the beautiful Duba Plains.   You may have read past Hills of Africa blog posts on the area and the lions of Duba Plains, as they are such an easy subject to … Read More

A Magnificent Encounter with Cecil the Lion

August 25, 2015By Sandy Salle

Article by Hills of Africa client, Lisa Lenhart My husband and I were fortunate enough to visit South Africa, Victoria Falls, and Zimbabwe in the spring of this year. We have tried in recent years to celebrate life by taking trips and experiencing new things rather than buying more “stuff.” The trip to Africa was a … Read More

How a Morning African Safari Tour Can Awaken All Five Senses

August 18, 2015By Sandy Salle

Article by Amanda Evans, Hills of Africa Travel’s CEO If you’ve never been up to watch a sunrise in your life, stop everything you are doing and make a plan for it. And I don’t mean if you’ve never been awake before the sun comes up. I’m talking about just sitting and having your own … Read More

What is there to do in the African bush besides go on safari?

September 3, 2014By Sandy Salle

Between the morning safari and the evening African safari tours, how do people generally spend their time in the African bush? I’ve spotlighted some of the best ways to spend your down time while in the African bush: Take a dip: Depending on the property, you can sit by your private plunge pool and watch … Read More

Finding the Fun in Life Is What Family Safaris Are All About

May 15, 2014By Sandy Salle

African family safaris are special for so many reasons; it’s the perfect time to connect with each other, laugh often, share stories, watch your kids get super excited about their experiences, and also marvel at what they share with others about those experiences. I recently took my kids to my childhood home in Zimbabwe, and … Read More