Celebrating and Honouring those who selfishly serve our natural world World Ranger Day is celebrated on 31 July to commemorate Rangers killed or injured in the line of duty and to celebrate the work Rangers do to protect the world’s natural and cultural heritage. Spread across the globe and working on a variety of issues,Continue reading “World Ranger Day; Remembering & Honouring”
Through poaching and civil wars, gorillas have needed to survive and recent conservation and tourism efforts are now reaping the rewards.
18 African wild dogs, six cheetahs and seven lions within the space of an hour in Botswana.
Photographing wild animals can leave you in awe of the daily life that is our natural world.
Here, we take a look at a select few conservation safari experiences in Africa.
True sustainability lays within understanding how, when and where to travel.
The seventh book in the Remembering Wildlife series, sees founder Margot Raggett dedicate this new edition to Bears.
Maasai are known the world-over because of their unique culture, dress and residence around major wildlife reserves in East Africa.
PCR test requirement for fully vaccinated travellers to South Africa has been removed. Maybe it’s time for that vacation? We are excited to confirm that the South African Government has removed the requirement for FULLY VACCINATED travellers to South Africa to obtain a negative PCR test certificate to gain entry. SOUTH AFRICA IS FULLY OPENContinue reading “South Africa Removes PCR Test Requirement”
Art has the power to convey wildlife like no other art form…