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Hello Holidays!

The Summer Holidays are fast approaching and we’re here to take you and your family on your next adventure! How…

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Slow Travel with New African Territories

  Slow travel allows one to have a deeper connection to their surroundings, a more hands-on experience of the landscape,…

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House in the Wild joins the herd

We are happy to announce House in the Wild is joining the New African Territories team! Have a look at…

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5 reasons why we’re loving Speke’s Camp…

Speke’s Camp is situated on the edge of the Maasai Mara reserve. The camp is a traditional up-market camp that can serve…

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A Camel Safari from Sabuk Lodge

Disappear off the grid, with your expert guides leading you and your camel train through the bush on a spectacular fly-camp…

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Elephant wildlife quest

Elephant Wildlife Quest

Wanted: Safari Enthusiasts For Exciting Quest In 2013, Lauren Giannini fulfilled a childhood dream when she visited Kenya in late…

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The Mbulia Conservancy

Amara Education for Conservation, was already working within the communities. Lori and I went into the Taita community to persuade…

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A Thanksgiving note

“Changes in the tides and winds” Delta Dunes and Kipalo Hills With Thanksgiving approaching, we look back on the harvest…

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East African Rainy Season

West of the Great Rift Valley an annual pleasure was the ‘knocking up’ of flying ants. With the first heavy…

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The Marsh Pride

The poison attack on lions in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve has claimed a third victim: Alan, a young male…

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