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Lewa Safari Camp on the Lewa Conservancy in Kenya has added e-biking to the wide array of activities on offer. With the ease of an e-bike, visitors can venture out into the rugged terrain of Lewa and feel the exhilaration of conquering the hilly landscape. Guests are escorted by a professional guide who will navigate the terrain to some of Lewa's most scenic vantage points, pointing out the surrounding wildlife en route. A delicious bush breakfast or evening sundowner is often included.


A collaboration between Wild Horizons and Art of Africa in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, has resulted in a unique offering. Spend time with a herd of Africa's elephants, minutely observing their characters and behavior, while creating art. Easels and palettes await beneath the trees in front of the elephant's wallow where the herd descends to splash and play in the cool mud. A private art tutor is provided to guide guests through an interactive and fun workshop, using sketch pods and brushes to capture amazing moments. The experience ends with a relaxing lunch on a deck overlooking the bushveld. 


Experience lion tracking on Mugie Conservancy in Kenya, while staying at Governor's Mugie Camp. There are 45 lions on the conservancy and tracking the resident prides presents a unique opportunity to learn about how modern technology is used for their protection.  In addition to physically tracking lion, guests are encouraged to pay a visit to the conservancy's headquarters and view live tracking data on a big screen in the ranger's control room.





New Appaloosa horses have made The Manor at the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania their home, allowing guests to enjoy stunning horseback rides through the Shangri La Coffee Estate. Guests can explore the rolling hills and lush greenery, that makes the Manor so special, as well as the vast variety of resident bird life. Fortunate riders may spot Dik Dik or Hirax while on the trails. The Manor boasts excellent stables and the property's resident instructor will guide guests on an hour-long trek. Riding experience is not required.


The Khwai Private Reserve (KPR) rangers in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, are at the frontline of protecting its pristine wilderness. In addition to collecting data on wildlife and identifying potential threats to biodiversity and species, they work closely with the KPR community to conserve the area's natural resources. Guests can spend a morning with the rangers tracking and following predators on the concession, building a complete profile and history of a pride, pack or individual animal. Breakfast will be enjoyed al fresco along the way. The activity can be enjoyed from Sable AlleyTuludi and Little Sable Camps.



Fly Camping is now offered at Kenya's Naboisho Camp. A group of up to six guests will set off from camp on foot with their expert guide for a three mile exploration of the surrounding wilderness, arriving at their campsite in time for sundowner cocktails. The tents have been pre-erected, guests' luggage is waiting, and hot bucket showers are ready. After a delicious dinner over the coals, enjoy the campfire and stargazing, before heading to the tents to slumber with the "surround sound" of the bush. After their overnight adventure guests will trek back to Naboisho in time for a delicious brunch. 


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