Posts by Angus Wingfield

Selecting the Ideal Rucksack

Group of people on a trip with different rucksacks on

While it’s important to choose the right things to take with you on your trip, having the right kit to carry these items with you is equally as critical.  So having the right rucksack is essential especially when they’re going on an African adventure. Because of so many designs and types to choose from nowadays,…

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How to Cook Over an Open Fire

Close up image of the flames of an open fire

  After a long day of hiking or nature tripping, there’s nothing better than a hot meal to satisfy your hunger but when you’re outdoors, but you don’t have access to a state-of-the-art kitchen! Knowing how to cook well over an open fire will prove to be very useful. Humankind has been cooking over open…

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What a Year – 2018 was Incredible for AWT Venture Members!

Africa Wild Trails delivered a wide variety of diverse and challenging ventures and research projects for young people and adults this year. These ranged from highly adventurous and remote expeditions, important vulnerable wildlife species field work to the most incredible safari experiences! Bringing people closer to nature through our educational ventures for young people is…

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How Do I Know Who to Use for an Adventure in Africa

Thinking about taking the venture of a lifetime for you or your group, and traveling to southern Africa to go on a tour, field study, course or safari? Having trouble choosing a company to travel with? From catchy slogans to the use of photographs taken on previous trips – how do you tell which company…

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Home Meah Orphanage Faces Closure

A group of 3 women, one bending down, one standing and one bent over playing with a small group of young children at Home Meah

[su_slider source=”media: 2688,2687,2689,2690″ width=”308″ height=”171″ responsive=”no” title=”no” arrows=”no” pages=”no” mousewheel=”no” autoplay=”3500″ speed=”750″] Africa Wild Trails supports Home Meah, a non-profit organisation providing care for abandoned, abused and neglected babies in the Newcastle town of KwaZulu Natal Province, South Africa. Their mission statement being: “A home for today and a future for tomorrow” and they say…

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