Practical Horseman Magazine. Sep 2010. Paul Swart hosted Practical Horseman's managing editor on a Botswana safari. View article
Condé Nast Traveler. Nov 2009. The Hunt Is On (for best rates!). View article
Robb Report Collection. Jun 2009. Namibia article.
Travel Quest E Magazine. Sep 2008. Botswana: Under African Skies and Profile of Paul Swart. View article.
Condé Nast Portfolio. Sep 17, 2007. Africa: Paul Swart. This native South African participated in the first Western expedition down the inaccessible Mangdechhu River in Bhutan—now part of his tour packages. But his specialty is Southern Africa (particularly Botswana), where he spent a decade guiding safaris and managing Sabi Sabi and Mombo Camp, two top game reserves. He can teach his more intrepid clients how to track reclusive lions and see them on foot instead of by car. Link no longer available.
Adventure Bhutan on the Discovery Channel. May 20, 2007. The Discovery Channel featured a 2 hour documentary on the expedition.
Bend Living Magazine. May/Jun 2007. In November 2006 Paul Swart took part in the first decent of the Mangde Chhu River in Bhutan. After finessing hundreds of pounds of gear, including rafts and kayaks, down a treacherous gorge, the expedition maneuvered their way through countless expert-class rapids, emerging 5 days later in India's Royal Manas National Park.
Above: Paul Swart and warden of Royal Manas National Park being filmed by Discovery Channel. Below: Paul takes data from a darted white rhino in Botswana.
Above: Paul with gentle giant, Mandleve, the heaviest tusker in the history of the Kruger National Park.