A number of years ago a guest of mine on a Patagonia Expedition gave me one of my most prized possessions to this day – a book by E Lucas Bridges called The Uttermost Part of the Earth: a history of Tierra del Fuego and
2015 has been an exciting year packed with expeditions into Africa and South America. We’ve explored some old favourite destinations and also added to our repertoire with new countries and locations. We’ve compiled a list of some of the years highlights to share with you.
On our most recent expedition to Peru, the primary mission was to trek to Machu Picchu via the famed Salkantay route through the Andes. The route is longer and arguably more arduous than the renowned Inca Trail – 6 days of trekking a total of
Having worked for Inkaterra I can certainly be accused of bias, but regardless of my prejudices I can’t help but regularly refer to the Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel as one of the finest properties in South America.
I have just returned from an epic safari to Botswana. Exploring the country’s northern waterways and Okavango Delta in the late dry season is always such a treat as you’re guaranteed big congregations of thirsty animals drawn to the little water remaining. The predators are,
Anderson Expeditions has partnered with the Tracker Academy to create a specialist tracking expedition into Damaraland and the Skeleton Coast in Namibia. The expedition, limited to 6 guests and set for June 2016, will use permanent camps and lodges in the region as well as
“Authentic” is an over-used descriptive term in the travel industry, yet I can use it with complete confidence when describing the experience of a flying safari on the Skeleton Coast with the Schoeman family. I have been fortunate to fly with the Schoeman brothers (Bertus, Andre