Here is a great series of images taken by our clients on a recent trip to Botswana - showing how dry the Okavango was in September! Fortunately it has greened up beautifully and the rivers are flowing and floodplains are covered!
Here is the second of two galleries - a wonderful selection of images, from the Okavango Delta to the Makgadikgadi Pans, taken by our guests John & Loraine, who travelled with us earlier this year - on a multi destination trip through Southern Africa!
Here is the first of two galleries - a wonderful selection of images, from Vic Falls and the Chobe River to the Central Kalahari, taken by our guests John & Loraine, who travelled with us earlier this year - on a multi destination trip through Southern Africa!
The Lion Recovery Fund’s goal is to double the number of lions by 2050 through deeper and broader actions by the conservation and philanthropic community alike. We target protected landscapes—core protected areas and the communal areas within, around and connecting them—so that they are resourced and managed to help lions, their habitats and prey, and people thrive.
Protecting the Core Areas for Lions
The LRF is working to secure and provide conservation planning for the protection of core lion habitat across...
Excitement for United Airlines’ forthcoming seasonal non-stop service to Cape Town is running high with the inaugural flight heavily booked four weeks before it touches down on December 16, says United’s Regional Managing Director Sales, Bob Schumacher.
Addressing a media briefing in Cape Town, he said forward bookings were looking ”very strong”. “This flight has been embraced. This is an extremely exciting opportunity for us.”
This is United’s first foray into South Africa and the first ever non-stop service between Cape T...
Feedback from some guests who just got home after a multi-region trip to South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Botswana;
The trip went like clockwork, [other then Air Namibia schedule change] and we arrived back in Salt Lake last Tuesday night. We had a wonderful time at each camp and country. The pictures say the rest...
This is a copy of an article, respectfully shared from the Daily Maverick [www.dailymaverick.co.za]
Botswana has lifted its ban on hunting based on five myths about that country’s elephant population. The decision has as much to do with Botswana’s upcoming elections and the rural vote as it does with conservation in general, and elephants in particular.
Botswana’s Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism has just announcedthat “the government of Botswana has taken a decision to lift the hunting sus...