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The Adventurist

Travel Artistry Africa’s founder – Bobby Zur – and the Director of our Cape Town office – Claire Adams – are gearing-up for another inspired We Are Africa in the “Mother City”. This invite-only trade event is a gathering of Africa’s finest suppliers, travel designers, innovators and conservationists. Travel Artistry Africa returns again this year and […]

April 28, 2016

There is no exact science to planning the perfect safari adventure – as each traveler and experience is unique and should treated with different insight and advice – BUT there are definitely points to consider when looking to plan a truly successful, bespoke African trip. Tamsyn Fricker shares a few thoughts: 1. Get your timing and location right – […]

April 28, 2016

  Travel Artistry Africa’s Tamsyn Fricker featured in Travel & Leisure with a trip to South Africa. Since this trip was posted we have seen significant strength in the USD against the ZAR (South African Rand) which means even GREATER value for luxury when considering such an adventure! Be sure to reach-out for further information, […]

April 28, 2016

This Winter Break (Feb 2016) we decided to seek-out the sun and take our kids on safari. Enjoy the piece that I wrote for the Angama Mara blog and know that a family safari is by far the most fun we’ve ever had. Visit: Leaving out the dull parts – my children went on sforee […]

April 6, 2016

As you look to that bucket list trip, that trip of a lifetime in Southern or East Africa and then read about Ebola in West Africa (Sierra Leone, Liberia & Guinea), we want to share some perspective and our view on what is fact and fiction. OBSERVATIONS: INCIDENTS OF EBOLA AS OF OCTOBER 22, 2014: […]

October 23, 2014

Landing at the Madikwe East Airstrip we almost immediately encountered elephant and were quickly reminded why the Madikwe Reserve (South Africa’s fifth largest Big Five reserve and a malaria free region) is such a stellar option for big game viewing. The transfer – think short game drive – to Molori Safari Lodge was an experience […]

July 31, 2014

A love affair is by description “an intense enthusiasm or liking for something” and my love affair with Africa is part enthusiasm, part liking and part “in my blood”… this unique place is deeply woven into my being and landing on African soil immediately feels right. Being in the bush on safari magnifies that intense […]

July 31, 2014

*UPDATE* Chef Bruce is missed and loved in his absence! The Flagship Restaurant is closed. Chef left us for the great “kitchen in the sky” in November 2014 and is likely pushing boundaries and telling stories to all who will listen! We miss and love you, Bruce! http://www.bdlive.co.za/life/travel/2014/11/06/sa-loses-top-chef-who-pushed-boundaries-with-his-food   Lunch at Chef Bruce’s home in […]

January 10, 2014

Traditional Moroccan style meets shameless luxury at this amazing property in Samburu Kenya located directly on the Ewaso River. I had the opportunity to visit Kenya (my first Africa trip actually) on my last educational January 2013 and MY what an introduction. Initially pulling up to Sasaab and seeing the huge open Moroccan style communal […]

January 10, 2014