The profession of a guide is still more or less known as a men’s world. You need to be strong, you have to read the behaviour of animals, you have to protect people – all qualities that are well known for men. But this is not completely true, women as well can do this job, we are now living in a very modern and advanced world where also ladies can become guides… Continue reading “Bush Ways’ first female guide”
We just received this wonderful blog post by #PackforaPurpose about donations made by guests that travel to Sango Safari Camp. We are proud members of Pack for a Purpose and we are so grateful for all the support we are receiving from our generous guests travelling to Africa.
Read this awesome story here:
Over the past several years, whenever my husband and I travel to the far flung reaches of the globe that we always seem to end up in, I make a point of reaching out to the local community to arrange to bring much needed school supplies, children’s books, etc.
Bush Ways offers 3 different styles of safaris, the Semi Participation Camping, the Fully Serviced Camping and the Accommodated Safari. All these meet different preferences. Do you want to be adventurous and be part of all the fun of setting up a camp, the Semi Participation Safari is your safari. Continue reading “Bush Ways’ new safari”
Bush Ways Foundation engaged in a project of Naletsana Charity Organization in partnership with Fuel Defend Global, which focussed on the Khwai community and its surrounding areas. Seeing as the main goal of this initiative is to ensure safe shelter is provided for those living in wilderness areas, our recent trip team members helped to paint one of the houses that was built by the project. Continue reading “Shelter and security in Khwai – Naletsana Charity”
Sunday March 26, 2017 and I am aboard an American Airlines flight to JFK where I will meet Kevin for a super trip. We will spend the night in New York City and fly non stop, scheduled that way, to Johannesburg SA. The first leg went splendidly. Continue reading “Diary of a Bush Ways safari with guide Eddie by Frank G.”
Schon vor mehreren Jahren hat Afrika mein Herz erobert, nach meinem ersten Besuch in Namibia vor 4 Jahren, war es quasi um mich geschehen. Immer wieder kehrte ich nach Afrika zurück, nach Botswana, nach Südafrika, nach Botswana, nach Swasiland, nach Botswana… Jedes Jahr musste es wieder dieser Kontinent sein und wie man unschwer erkennen kann ein spezielles afrikanisches Land besonders… BOTSWANA… Continue reading “Eingecheckt im 1 Million Sterne Hotel”
Where the Okavango Delta provides a gateway on its Southern tip, is a mokoro station built to transport you to a little paradise in the wilderness. We were set to use mekoros (dugout canoes) as mode of transport to our camp site on Ditshiping Island, it wasn’t my first mokoro ride but definitely the most extensive one through the river channels, as you can imagine this was an on edge experience. Continue reading “The thrill of a mokoro ride to Ditshiping Island, Okavango Delta”
Bush Ways Safaris is now the proud owner of six modernized Land Cruiser vehicles. With our great team right here at Bush Ways Safaris we have strived to make them more comfortable as well as maintain our high level of standards and keeping our reliability. Continue reading “A New Generation of Safari Vehicles”
I don’t know about you, but for us, there are three major highlights in our year: ITB, Indaba and BTTE. And you know why they are so dear to us? Because we get to catch up with you! Well, at least some of us do. Continue reading “Your First 2017 Date with Bush Ways”