Elephants in the Masai Mara

WILDwatch

Undeniably blessed with the #WorldsBestOffice, our team of highly qualified rangers, trackers, naturalists and divemasters are fortunate to explore the most jaw-droppingly beautiful corners of the earth on a daily basis.

From the vast, game-filled African savannas and the dense jungles and tiger reserves of India, to the magnificent deserts, glaciers and volcanoes of South America and the breathtaking underwater world of our oceans, they observe, interpret and photograph the extraordinary beauty of the natural world every day.

This is their ‘eye on the wild’; an invitation to explore the natural world through the eyes of our rangers. Ever wondered what the Big Five is? Ever heard of the Elusive Eleven? It’s all here. Learn about the iconic animals seen at our lodges and fall in love with the natural world and its curious creatures.

Think of it as a virtual armchair safari; we guarantee it’s a million times more fascinating and unforgettable in person.

leopard at andbeyond ngala with a squirrel

A leap of leopards (literally) Every now and then a wildlife encounter leaves even the most veteran of rangers speechless…
by Claire Trickett13th October 2017

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Alan Murray Zebras Migrating

50 words to use on your next safari Did you know that each grouping or ‘family’ of animals has its own collective noun? Here are 50…
by Claire Trickett23rd June 2017

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lion cub by jen robertson

25 Funniest wildlife photographs Mother Nature has a wicked sense of humour and these 25 funniest wildlife photos are proof…
by Claire Trickett14th September 2016

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Rhino in Ngala, within the Kruger National Park

Our fearless rhino warriors Today, we celebrate a quartet of rhino warriors dedicated to our ethos of Care of the Wildlife…
by Claire Trickett19th August 2016

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two orcas swimming together in sri lanka

A killer adventure The orca, or killer whale, is the ocean’s top apex predator. Large pods of these massive whales...
by Claire Trickett8th August 2016

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wildebeest in the serengeti

The great divide – Part 1 The splitting of the mega herd means that there is now plenty of action on both sides of the Serengeti/Mara...
by Claire Trickett10th June 2016

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Black Neck Crane Festival in Bhutan

Tigers and Monasteries to Easter Island &Beyond is now able to offer our signature brand of authentic, luxury experiences on three different continents...
by Claire Trickett5th August 2016

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andrew van den broeck with a pink hello kitty rifle bag

Toughest rangers This entertaining gallery will change the way you see our rangers. A little humour goes a long way…
by Claire Trickett3rd March 2017

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herd of elephants drinking water

For the love of Africa Now a true &Beyond (and Africa) addict, Jen Robertson travels with &Beyond several times a year…
by Claire Trickett17th August 2016

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flamingo in a lake

10 Must-see animal migrations In addition to the Great Migration, there are many other animal migrations to put on your bucket list…
by Claire Trickett17th August 2017

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rhino stuck in mud at andbeyond phinda

Extreme mud spa A throwback to one of the feel-good stories that emerged from South Africa’s relentless drought…
by Claire Trickett21st January 2017

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lion cubs playing by daryl dell

A Species in decline, we’re not ‘lion’ To celebrate #WorldLionDay, we take a look back at some of our proudest victories in lion conservation…
by Claire Trickett10th August 2017

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