Lightfoot’s Africa experts have vast first hand experience of luxury safaris, with all the team having lived and worked there at some point in their life. Over the years, we’ve developed excellent relationships with the best local guides, luxury lodges and safari camps.
Read on for stories to inspire your next wildlife adventure.
UAE'S MOST GLAMOROUS STAYCATION
VIP jet, private island and safari experience… Photographer Ghalia Abbas takes us behind the scenes of the most luxurious staycation in the UAE
THE PANGOLIN MEN OF ZIMBABWE
When a small elephant rescue centre in Zimbabwe was asked if it could help save a trafficked pangolin, little did they know they would soon be at the forefront of protecting one of the most endangered animals on Earth
WHY ASIA CAN STOP THE IVORY POACHERS
African elephant and rhino are being butchered at record rates for their tusks and horns. Melissa Twigg learns more about this devastating trend and discover why conservationists say the crisis can only be solved in Asia
NAMIBIA: COLOURS OF THE DESERT
Nature that has been largely untouched by man becomes art says photographer Jurgen Wettke. He shares some of the spellbinding images from his latest book The Namib Desert – Art Structures, Colors with us
HOW AFRICA INSPIRED A BEST-SELLING AUTHOR
Author Tony Park tells us about his love of Africa
HORSEBACK RIDING THROUGH THE COLOMBIAN JUNGLE
Natasha Nyanin left the heritage buildings of Cartagena behind to go and have an adventure in the Colombian jungle
THE HORSE WHISPERER FROM NEW ZEALAND
Andrew Froggatt, the go-to guy for badly behaved horses, is now using these horses to let humans learn more about themselves. If you want to see Andrew in action on his farm near Queenstown, Lightfoot can weave it into your holiday to New Zealand
JEREMY LINDBLAD: A LIFE OF ADVENTURE
Generation after generation, the Lindblad family has continuously explored uncharted areas of the globe to bring their guests on once-in-a-lifetime adventures.
Now is the time to visit the Great White Continent, before we’re all frozen out, says Jonathan Thompson