It’s a hard question, but one that everyone should ask themselves, if they are to be truly serious about helping our planet.
Boundaries; not everyone likes them, but they’re an important part of our friendship with wild animals, and in turn, tourism. Despite efforts advocating for responsible wildlife viewing, there has been a parallel action by both the general pubic (ie. tourists) and indeed professionals in their field (ie. tour guides, photographers and filmmakers), that requires debateContinue reading “The Ethics of Wildlife Interactions”
One of the major common hurdles when planning a vacation, is money, and that’s particularly true when it comes to planning a safari. Safaris, in our opinion, are not meant to be cheap, they are in fact a necessary part of our approach to tourism to promote & increase sustainability and help finance conservation. TheContinue reading “6 Great Ways to Save $$$’s on Safari”
Read our new blog… Doting mothers and skilful hunters, cheetah are intolerably beautiful.
There’s more than meets the eye when travelling and understanding human-wildlife conflict is one of them
Idris Elba has a new movie, as man battles a man-eating lion. But do such films damage conservation efforts?
Gigantic. Gentle. Mesmerising. Social. What’s with elephants anyway? Let’s look at elephants. They’re not simply this large animal that treads the earth as if some prehistoric species, setting down imprints on the land as if one is discovering the footprints of dinosaurs. Elephants are an integral part of nature and their strong bonds with oneContinue reading “Learning from Elephants on #WorldElephantDay 2022”
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.