The ‘africa’ Category

Guest writer # 20 Carin Kiphart

I met Carin and her husband Ridlon at a lecture I had at The Explorers Club in New York back in 2006. […]

What constitutes an Expedition?

What is a proper Expedition? Are there any guidelines? It is a question which comes up for air more often than ever. […]

Guest writer # 18 David Renwick Grant

I first came across this extra ordinary fellow called David Renwick Grant back in 1996 when I was planning my Patagonian trip […]

Explorer Mikael Strandberg to support launch of Kensington’s new Expedition Series

PRESS RELEASE! WORLD FAMOUS EXPLORER JOINS KENSINGTON TOURS AS EXPLORER-IN-RESIDENCE Mikael Strandberg to support launch of Kensington’s new Expedition Series A professional […]

Nutrition on Expedition

My friend Nick Gallop, who has written one of my guest writer columns, sent me an interesting query about nutrition on Expeditions. It is a very interesting question, […]

The Arabian Expedition….

I continue to get loads of emails asking what happened with the Arabian Expedition? Well, the very good news is that we […]

Bonobo – the love monkey

I first heard about our closest relative, the bonobo, whilst reading a book written by an extra ordinary writer, and a friend, […]

Kisangani Today 2010, formerly Stanleyville

We flew into Kisangani by a small air craft from MAF piloted by one of the organisations great characters. Jon Cadd have […]

The pygmies and Olly

“Is the molimo still part of your world?” I asked and managed to make him surprised! “The molimo…” , he whispered, “….we […]

The Jane Goddall of the Okapi – Rosmarie Ruf!

“I remember…” , I said, “…when I passed through here 21 years ago, I met a friendly fellow named Karl Ruf, who had 2 […]

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