~ Media ~
Paul Swart invited to participate in Conservation Lab roundtable discussion with distinguished media, conservationists and travel experts. Apr 2017. View article
Paul Swart talks at the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos. Oct 2014. Link no longer available.
Eventing Nation. Sep 2014. Bareback puissance at Aspen Farms, shirtless. View article
Article in the Aiken Horse Newspaper on Natural Migrations and Paul and Caroline Swart. Mar 2014. View article
Total solar eclipse in Kenya, group lead by Paul Swart. Nov 2013. Link no longer available.
Eventing Nation Website. Jan 2013. Article about horse safaris. View article
Newsday, New York. Mar 18, 2012. Natural Migrations mentioned as tour operator in an article on Safari Spots, including Botswana, South Africa and East Africa.
1000 Places To See Before You Die (2nd edition) by Patricia Schultz. # 1 New York Times Best Seller. Natural Migrations featured on page 401 as a recommended tour operator for Botswana.
Natural Migrations sponsors at Aspen Farms Horse Trails - Sep 2011/Sep 2012
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.