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Eastern Africa Video
Ruaha and Serengeti, Tanzania
Feb 02 2010 Written by: Brad Horn
See below, a short video from my recent safari to Eastern Africa, privately guiding a family throughout the Serengeti and Ruaha National Parks over the holidays. Enquire Now [Read More]
From The Field
Christmas in the Serengeti
I have just returned from a wonderful month on safari in East Africa. The wonders of Africa never cease to amaze. We were treated to some extremely special experiences; incredible wilderness, superb game and spectacular cultural interchange. I trust the photos below give some inkling into what transpired. My safari was split into two trips; the first a family safari taking in both Kenya and Tanzania, and the second an odyssey, with some fantastic clients, through the best Tanzania offers. Some of the highlights included: Horse-riding at Ol Donyo Wuas (Chyulu Hills) under the magnificent backdrop of Kilimanjaro Witnessing a cheetah kill in ...
Kangaroo Island Dreaming
Kangaroo Island - the name alone should make any fair dinkum traveller want to go and tick off their bucket list. There is no other location in this wide brown land that shoulders the responsibility of living up to the most recognised of all Australia's endemic wildlife, like Kangaroo Island. For an island that is little over 100 miles (160 km) long and 50 miles (80 km) deep, this destination is one of massive contrast that warrants a place on every visitor's must see and do hitlist when visiting Australia. Often described as Australia's Galapagos, it is deserving of the title; ...
Kilimanjaro Climb Sponsors Students
Below you will see images of Matipwili Secondary School and its students in rural Tanzania. These children would ordinarily not have been afforded a secondary education if it weren't for the generosity of recent climbers of Mt Kilimanjaro with Epic. These climbers made the summit for another charity, the Humpty Dumpty children's charity in Australia (see Brad's blog post below), but their philanthropy didn't stop there. They are now sponsoring underprivileged children to receive a secondary education at various schools adjacent to the Kisampa Private Conservation Area in coastal Tanzania. Through Kisampa's Tuende Pamoja Trust Fund (Tuende Pamoja means: Let's move forward ...
Humpty Dumpty Foundation - Kilimanjaro
Rob Barbour and I recently returned from guiding another climb of Kili. This time around we had a great group of Australians climbing for a fantastic charity endeavour called Humpty Dumpty. Of the 23 clients that attempted the summit all were successful. We were blessed with the best weather I had experienced on the mountain. Our summit night was crystal clear and perfectly still. Further it coincided with a full moon. The sunrise from Stella Point was spectacular. I have attached a couple of pictures below. After the climb some of the group extended onto the Serengeti for a short safari. ...
Climb of Kilimanjaro - Video
See the video below to view recent footage taken by me on my Epic ascent of Kilimanjaro. For more information on climbing the world's tallest free-standing mountain with Epic Private Journeys, please contact us. Enquire Now
Epic Kilimanjaro
Talk about going from the sublime to the ridiculous! A day after coming off the Zambezi I was on the slopes of Kilimanjaro with a small private group of six clients – 3 women and 3 men aged from their early 30’s to late 50’s. Dr Rob Barbour, one of my African business partners, joined to assist with guiding the climb. There is no better hand than Rob’s to guide you up the mountain. A medico by trade, Rob spent many years as the doctor to Australia’s elite Special Air Service Regiment. We climbed via the Machame Route over 6 nights/7 ...
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