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  • Conservation & Wildlife

Hotel Great Plains Sustainability is a focal point at Great Plains' latest safari camp

Great Plains has launched Sitatunga Private Island, a safari camp located in Botswana's Okavango Delta. The camp, built predominantly from recycled materials, blends sustainability with luxury.

Built on a raised railway sleeper private deck, using the wood from old railway tracks, Sitatunga Private Island can host up t… read more

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AA Travenews Luxury safari camp opens at Unesco site in Zimbabwe

Molori Safari, a safari company from South Africa's Madikwe Game Reserve, has expanded its footprint with the launch of Molori Mashuma in Mana Pools, a Unesco World Heritage Site in Zimbabwe. The camp is part of the Rora Private Collection, offers travelers a unique African safari experience in a Unesco World Heritage site.

The camp… read more

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AA Travenews 2,000 Southern White Rhino to be released into the wild over bext 10 years

African Parks has purchased the world’s largest captive rhino breeding operation in a bid to rescue and rewild the rhino to safe and well-managed protected areas across Africa.

Johannesburg, South Africa, 04 September 2023 African Parks, a conservation NGO that manages 22 protected areas in partnership with 12 governments across Afr… read more

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Botswana Natural Habitat Adventures introduces electric safari vehicle in Botswana

Natural Habitat Adventures has deployed one of the first solar-powered electric safari vehicles (ESV) in Botswana. The initiative was done in collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund.

The ESV, stationed at  Natural Habitat's Gomoti Camp in the Okavango Delta, is a converted Land Cruiser that was previously diesel-powered. The vehicl… read more

  • Conservation & Wildlife

South-Africa Lions are still being farmed in South Africa for hunters and Tourism

A man was arrested at the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 23 June 2023 with five lion carcasses in his luggage. He was about to board a flight to Vietnam, where the use of lion bones in traditional medicines is practised.

The seizure is commendable but highlights South Africa's controversial legal industry … read more

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