We’ve all stumbled into 2021 with relief and gratitude; although we are not without the shadow of the lurking virus, turning our backs on 2020 has not been without the odd “Good riddance” thrown in! 

The past ten months have been tough. Wow. No kidding! But, for the most part, we truly believe that the world will, through a renewed global consciousness, emerge a better, brighter place for all that has passed.

We can’t say it better than Sir David Attenborough – 

“With the new year comes the opportunity for change… And if we act in 2021, we can make a world of difference. Together, we can turn things around. Together, we can restore our fragile home and make it a happy new year for all the inhabitants of planet Earth.” 

We thank you for your support and friendship throughout this mutually difficult time. It is our hope that the development and distribution of vaccines will go a long way towards increasing our confidence and ability to safely explore the planet again.

And we look forward very much, of course, to once more welcoming our passionate adventurers back to Africa!

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