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Rhino and elephant poaching declines in Namibia

Rhino and elephant poaching has declined significantly this year in Namibia, home to the only free-roaming black rhinos left in the world, government data showed on Monday.

Nine rhinos have been illegally killed by hunters so far in 2021, the lowest number in eight years for the period, according to the figures … read more

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Tanzania's Selous Game Reserve remains in World Heritage Site list

The Selous Game Reserve remains in the list of the World's Heritage sites, it has been revealed today. The Tanzania delegation has managed to convince the UNESCO World Heritage Committee not to delist the famous Game Reserve from the World Heritage Sites.

The reserve is a home of large numbers of elephants, black rhinoceroses, cheet… read more

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Tana Leaders push to rescue abandoned primate reserve centre

Leaders in Tana River County have called on the State Department of Tourism to save a local primate reserve and research centre.The Tana River Primate Reserve and Research Centre, locally known as Muchelelo, is losing its value for research and potential for revenue, they said.

"The whole place looks deserted, sad and desolat… read more

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Makumu Private Game Lodge - Wild Life Report

Winter is slowly approaching, which means early morning coffees, hot water bottles and late night fires around the dinner table. Welcome to another update from the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve and Makumu Private Game Lodge, your home away from home. I will be covering some of the exciting things that we encountered over the last 2 mont… read more

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Did You Know - Mikumi National Park

THE Mikumi National Park near Morogoro, Tanzania, was established in 1964. It covers an area of 3,230 km2 is the fourth largest in the country. The park is crossed by Tanzania's A-7 highway. Mikumi National Park borders Selous Game Reserve on the south, the two areas forming a unique ecosystem.

Two other natural areas bordering… read more

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Madikwe Game Reserve

There are two lion siblings who dominate the North East section of the Madikwe Game reserve. These lion brutes are the Mahiwe brothers, the largest lions in the reserve apart from their father Kondwe who is usually in the western section of the reserve.

One of the brothers has a distinctive dark mane while the other has a much light… read more

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Black Rhino Tourism launched at Mkomazi

AS Tanzania g ets prepared for the influx of tourists after Covid-19 pandemic, spectacular black rhino tourism has been launched. The Rhino Sanctuary is at Mkomazi National Park 'The Home of Black Rhinos' that extends in Kilimanjaro and Tanga regions, overlooking Mount Kilimanjaro in the north and Tsavo West National Park.

The first… read more

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Serengeti Sojourn luxury tented camp offers a once in a lifetime safari experience

If you are looking to Africa for the perfect safari experience, the Serengeti Sojourn luxury tented camp is definitely one that should be on your bucket list.

Firstly, it's unique in that it offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to submerge yourself in nature and bear witness to wildlife up-close-and-personal in Tanzania. … read more

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