Harry Selby, Renowned Hunter, Safari Guide and Company Director, has died at the age of 92.
Harry Selby, one of the last of Africa’s renowned white hunters, who took rich and famous safari clients into the interiors of Kenya, Tanganyika and Botswana for a half-century to shoot game, photograph exotic wildlife and search for elusive adventure in the bush, died on Saturday at his home in Maun, Botswana. He was 92. His death was confirmed by his friend Joe Coogan, an American writer and hunter who had worked on safaris with Mr. Selby. Mr. Coogan said he was notified in a message from Botswana by Mr. Selby’s daughter, Gail. No cause was given. Read more here.
Browse to our history page to read more on Mr Selby's involvement in Ker & Downey Botswana.
Break Neck Exploits: Pink-Back Pelican drinking techniques
The Kanana heronry features in the November/December issue of African Birdlife as Mark Muller, local birding expert, documents the Pink-Back Pelican drinking technique. Click here to read a snippet of the article.
Edition 30 of Kamili's Safari Magazine
Our Young Explorers concept and newly designed Family Package features in the 10th anniversary edition, click here to read the electronic copy.
Botswana: luxury safaris and wild landscapes
Amanda Thomlinson's account of the time they spent on safari at Okuti, Moremi Game Reserve. Published in The National, find the full article here.
How wildlife shapes Botswana's natural wonderland
Our talented specialist guide Omphile Kaluluka was asked by CNN to explain the Okavango Delta. Interview filmed from Kanana.
To watch the video click here.
The 18 Most Remote Luxury Camps in the World
When anyone thinks of glamping, Okuti always springs to mind. As a result Okuti featured in Men's Journal USA. To read the full article click here.