Andi Daunt – Writer Follow some of Hugh’s story, from his amazing childhood growing up on remote farms in Kenya, East Africa, during the 1950s and 60s to his adventures further afield, off the beaten track, as a land surveyor.
Hugh’s sister, Andi, tells of their life and fascinating experiences in her fast paced, interesting book, ‘Twenty Miles to say Goodbye‘, which can be purchased for a reasonable price on line at Amazon Books, Lulu.com and other sources.
Often in Africa A Kenyan company run by Kenyan people bringing with them a wealth of local knowledge and experience. A company that will tailor your safari to your requirements, taking you where you wish to go and arranging accommodation to suit you from camping in your own tent, staying in a rustic tented camp or a posh lodge. Contact Often to discuss your specific requirements.
Kikwetu Cultural Adventures Welcome to the world African safari tours where you will experience adventure, vibrant culture, natural beauty and unforgettable wildlife encounters.
All inclusive African safaris take care of everything or you can arrange for your own bespoke unique experience.
Simien Mountains Mobile Medical Service asbl The aim of the Simien Mountains Mobile Medical Service is to deliver essential medical care at no cost to remote villages in the Simien Mountains of Ethiopia.
A qualified Ethiopian nurse with medical equipment and supplies will travel from village to village giving general medical care, providing health education and teaching basic first aid, as well as referring patients to specialists in the nearest hospital and providing follow up care.
Volunteer Opportunities in Africa Volunteer 4 Africa is a non profit organisation that encourages people to support the work of voluntary organisations either directly or by providing aid in the form of equipment and supplies. If you are interested in volunteering and making a real difference next time you travel then you should visit this website first. You could also help by delivering supplies to a worthy cause.
MANDO ~ Matonyok Nomads Development Organization MANDO is a young, rapidly growing non-profit NGO addressing huge challenges in the southern Rift Valley of Kenya.
Its nomadic, pastoral Maasai people face such a severe drought that they are forced to become more agriculturally based.
The School of St Jude, Arusha, Tanzania “Fighting Poverty Through Education” In February 2002, Gemma Sisia (nee Rice) from Northern NSW in Australia, founded The School of St Jude in Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa, which offers high-quality education to the poorest of the poor.
It is only with thanks to generous sponsors, donors, supporters and international volunteers that St Jude’s can open its doors everyday and continue to fight poverty through education.
Karibuni Children This is a UK Registered Charity who aim to raise awareness about the plight of children living on the streets and in the slums in areas of urban and rural poverty in Kenya; and to raise money to support projects to meet their needs.
Safari 2013 The adventure begins at the Kivi Milimani Hotel in Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi and travels south through eight countries eventually arriving in Cape Town.
Tanzania 2004 Reports and stories from the British Exploring Society (formerly ‘The British Schools Exploring Society’) expedition to the Great Rift Valley and Ol Doinyo Lengai in northern Tanzania in 2004, and other Tanzania related links.
Wildebeest Eco Camp
Make your stay in Nairobi memorable by staying in Nairobi city’s best permanent tented camp. The friendly, home-like hospitality is what has made Wildebeest Camp Nairobi’s best accommodation choice for travellers, and a unique choice from a city hotel.
Gane and Marshall Gane and Marshall are specialists in African safaris and provided the logistical support for our BSES expedition to Northern Tanzania in 2004. They have a wealth of knowledge and experience of travel in this wonderful part of the world. Gane and Marshall have been organizing Kilimanjaro climbs since 1991. Take an African safari with Gane and Marshall and see a wide variety of natural wonders found in landscapes that have remained unspoiled for many hundreds of years.
British Exploring Society The British Exploring Society (formerly ‘The British Schools Exploring Society’) came into existence in 1932 from an educational idea by Commander George Murray Levick RN, a member of Captain Scott’s final Antarctic expedition of 1911 to 1912. Their aim is: “To provide young people with an intense and lasting experience of self-discovery in a demanding and natural wilderness environment”. Exploration is the key element of such an expedition, but the British Exploring Society expeditions also involve the Young Explorers in scientific activities.