Seolo Africa

We have asked our guests to share their stories with us in order to bring a smile to our faces while we are unable to travel. This is all part of #memorysharing and #myseolostory, Joe...

Stories of living in the beautiful Kruger National Park. Many people have asked and I am sure as many people, if not more, are curious. How's lockdown life in the Kruger Park? I can only really speak...

We have had so many amazing sightings and experiences at Rhino Post and Plains Camp – too many to mention but amongst all the big cat sightings, elephant encounters and Rhino views, one that was...

We have asked our guests to share their stories with us in order to bring a smile to our faces while we are unable to travel. This is all part of #memorysharing and #myseolostory, Joe...

Day 21 of the lockdown has suddenly arrived Cyril and his wise advisors have now contrived to extend our confinement for a further time leaving home, going to work, remains a crime. It occurs to me that I am...

The last night of our honeymoon was spent at the sleep-out at Rhino Walking Safaris. We spend the last night in the wonderful sleep-out, after a bush braai in the treehouse, and it was time to...

It was April 2016. My wife and I were lucky enough to travel from France to spend our honeymoon at Rhino Walking Safaris. We started walking at sunset, like everyday there. The weather was cool and...

In the early days of the COVID-19 outbreak, the burning questions for travellers around the world were, should I travel or not?  What are the chances that I’ll get stuck or quarantined in another country? ...

Fake news is a popular term these days but in reality, it has been around as long as humans. It used to be known as disinformation, rumour or even simply as lies. But call it what...

Porcupines are creatures of the night. Often unnoticed, they go about their lives eating fruit, tubers and plants but in the morning experts will notice their tracks, places where they have dug for food or...