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The World’s Largest Mammal Migration – Kasanka National Park

Years ago, our safari expert, Rosey Marx, and her husband, Anthony, travelled to Kasanka National Park in Zambia to see the famous and phenomenal bat migration. As natural adventurers, these two have traversed much of the African continent together, but this event – the world’s largest mammal migration – is one that stands out. A sensory overload, and something you really should see for yourself. Here, Rosey gives her account of the trip to see the bat migration of Kasanka, illustrated by images taken by Anthony. You can contact Rosey directly on res@bretthorley.com for any information regarding this bucket-list trip!

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Gonarezhou: True wilderness & solitude in one of Africa’s last great places

A Google search of Gonarezhou comes up with two immediate themes, both a little intimidating. 

“Gonarezhou is one of the wildest parks in Africa and the elephants are to be avoided!!”

This is exactly what we were looking for, and off we went.

Brett’s 2015 trip to Gonarezhou National Park revealed the true majesty of wild Africa, and it is a trip he has never forgotten. This blog, written when he returned at the time, has been unpublished on the website until now, but here it is along with candid snapshots of the journey, making for some great reading and destination research for the adventurers out there! 

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Greater Kruger Safari

Three Greater Kruger private reserves visited in one Big Five safari experience – the ultimate in close up wildlife encounters in exclusive, unfenced areas.

The highlights of a safari in the Greater Kruger private reserves include limited numbers of guests in the area, a less crowded safari experience and the true feel of Africa. Walking safaris, game-viewing in open safari vehicles and night drives with spotlights searching for nocturnal creatures, are offered with knowledgeable professional guides.

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BHS beaded bracelets for a good cause

Past guests of Brett Horley Safaris will know our safari packs have always included beautiful beaded bracelets, which were produced in collaboration with Relate. Those bracelets were in support of a variety of causes for wildlife, healthcare, education, and helped to generate employment and income opportunities in local communities – something we firmly believe is key to conservation and ecotourism. Now, we’re very excited to be able to offer our own BHS beaded bracelets for a good cause, which we have produced in partnership with Nourish nonprofit organisation – a local charity based on the outskirts of the Greater Kruger National Park.

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