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A new Wilderness is here. From humble beginnings in Botswana almost 40 years ago, the company started with a few rustic tents, a single Land Rover, two dedicated safari guides, and a dream of showcasing Africa’s iconic wild places. Wilderness has since grown into a world-leading conservation and hospitality company, with over 3,000… read more
Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) sent a delegation to South Africa to assess progress in the development of cross-border tourism products and events within the /Ai /Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier Park and commitments that were made before the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Namibian delegation travelled to Pretoria, South Africa fro… read more
The Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia has often been described as an "undiscovered and unspoiled" wilderness area. This year, however, this national park on the banks of the Zambezi River received global attention as well as many prestigious accolades.
The biggest attraction of the Lower Zambezi is that it is still authentic and… read more
Safari operator Angama said it plans to open Angama Amboseli, an intimate 10-suite tented lodge set in Kenya's private 5,700-acre Kimana Sanctuary, against the iconic backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro. The debut is scheduled for November of 2023.
Each of Angama Amboseli's tented suites, including two sets of connecting family units, will featu… read more
Designated protected areas for wildlife - such as national parks - are the world's principal conservation strategy. But this model to conserve wildlife in Africa is increasingly coming under pressure. Changing climates, volatile economies and political systems, conflicting sentiments around wildlife management practices (like trophy hunting) and… read more
As we step into a new era of travel, one which prioritizes planetary wellbeing, authenticity and transparency, Volcanoes Safaris, pioneers of gorilla and chimpanzee eco-tourism in Uganda and Rwanda since 1997, reflects on the last 25 years while looking ahead as they announce the launch of their 5th lodge to open in 2023 near Kibal… read more
Rwanda’s Akagera National Park witnessed the birth of White rhino calves after the largest single rhino translocation ever undertaken last year.
The birth of the calves is seen as an essential step toward establishing Akagera as a critical rhino breeding stronghold.
In November 2021, 30 white rhinos were introduc… read more
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