Feedback from the Field: South Africa and Zimbabwe

July 11, 2017By Sandy Salle

We love to share the testimonials from people who have taken Hills of Africa trips. The latest comes from Marsha Munn of North Carolina, who recently went on an African safari vacation with her husband Duncan in South Africa and Zimbabwe.  Marsha and Duncan are VIP clients of Sharon Andrade, a very experienced travel agent … Read More

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

Meet the Last Lions of Duba Plains

April 4, 2013By Sandy Salle

My recent adventures to Africa brought me to the breathtaking Duba Plains of Botswana where I witnessed some of the most spectacular game on the continent. From buffalo to elephants, and crocodiles to hippos, Duba Plains is a majestic haven for thousands of birds, mammals, reptiles, insects, and amphibians. And although these sightings were absolutely … Read More

Exploring the Dynamics of the Duba Plains Pride

January 12, 2012By Sandy Salle

When I was at Duba Plains this past November, I was concerned that the residential lion pride seemed to be breaking apart. My guide, 007, had said that one of the females had broken away with her sub adult cubs and that they were always about 1 km apart from the rest of the pride. I was … Read More