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Leading in Difficult Times

Many readers of this newsletter and many Tasimba guests are leaders in business, in their communities or in society. Our CEO Hugh Coppen, who is a leadership coach and consultant (when he is not leading our safaris!) has published an…

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Leave Only Footprints

“Take only photos, leave only footprints” is a phrase you will hear in some of the world’s most pristine places. You’ll certainly hear it on our Tasimba safari where we willingly observe it and would do so even if it…

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In a New Light

One of the things that many guests struggle with when they first come to Africa is how to manage the harsh light during the day in their photos. It’s a new light they haven’t experienced before, with the tropical sun…

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Inspiring Keystone Individuals

Keystone species in nature are those that create a beneficial outcome for other species. Elephants are Africa’s iconic keystone species. Bees are perhaps the most common keystone species in the world. There are many more, like sharks, sea otters and…

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