Drumbeat Spring 2024

February 29th 2024  |   Drumbeat Newsletter, Miscellaneous  |  by   Katy Duncan
Drumbeat Spring 2024

Inside this issue of Drumbeat, Spring 2024

We share some of the teams travels and look forward to a big year ahead as we celebrate our 25th birthday.

In this issue of Drumbeat we cover the following stories:

  • Discover the raw and untouched wilderness of Southern Tanzania with Jo
  • Explore the hidden gems of Sao Tome Principe, Congo, Maldives and Madagascar
  • Get inspired by Francis’s “last” family holiday in South Africa
  • Learn about the ‘in camp’ photographic skills and expertise available to guests in our Hotshots feature
  • Alice uncovers the extraordinary sightings from her riding trip to Botswana
  • Learn how a bean farm in Kenya goes from a mud hut to a boutique family lodge
  • Be wowed by the exquisite private safari houses and villas on the Kenyan Coast and Zambia
  • Fall in love with Santorini Villa Mozambique – the ultimate honeymoon retreat

We’ll be back out at some summer shows this year, so please do drop by the stand if you are planning to visit Badminton Horse Trails, Bramham Horse Trials, Hampton Court Flower Show or Blair Castle Horse Trials. Chatting is what we do best and whether you are planning your first or twenty first holiday to Africa we have a superb team standing by to make your dreams a reality.

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Prefer to read it online?

Click on the picture below to see the online version of Drumbeat spring 2024 (once you’ve got the online copy, double click to magnify the pages and click through to discover more ). Sit back, grab a cuppa and enjoy.

Drumbeat Spring 2024

What next?
We hope we’ve inspired you with some of the articles in Drumbeat and would be delighted to help plan your perfect safari holiday. Our team of experts has travelled widely throughout Africa and the Indian Ocean and can offer expert advice. Do get in touch – chatting to people by phone or email is what we do best. We listen, we explain, we answer all sorts of questions even those you didn’t know to ask, and finally we make suggestions. If this is your first time to Africa or your twenty first, we have a team standing by to help make the planning easy and the journey the best ever. Please get in touch whatever stage you’re at.

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