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Five ways to make your holidays more sustainable
Wildlife tourism in southern Africa uses scarce water - we propose how much is enough
Safari lodges offer clean air and open spaces as travel reopens
Applications open for Beyond Tourism in Africa innovation challenge
Covid-19, Africa's conservation and trophy hunting dilemma
How wildlife conservation could survive the devastating effects of Covid-19
Conservation = tourism = jobs
5 ways to be a responsible wildlife tourist
Safari tourism may make elephants more aggressive - but it's still the best tool for conservation
New survey raises concerns about elephant poaching in Botswana
Tanzania tour operators demand new tourism policy
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Cecil the Lion shortly before he was killed.
Tanzania's Serengeti voted Best African Safari Park of 2018
Authentic African experiences with Tented Adventures
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Director-General for the Department of Environmental Affairs, Nosipho Jezile-Ngcaba with the Fund's CEO Paul Zille, Chairman Mavuso Msimang and board members David Frost and Yolan Friedmann at the launch on 2 May 2018 in Johannesburg.
Africa's great migrations are failing but there is a solution - and you can eat it too
Serengeti Explorer Camp, deluxe tent (Image Supplied)
Community-based wildlife conservation is bringing success to Tanzania
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Peter Hayward (owner) and Celia du Preez (production executive), Hayward’s Grand Safaris.
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Natural Selection to open new safari camp in remote Namibia in 2018
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Bernard DUPONT via  - Auob Riverbed, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
Activists condemn craze for wild animal selfies
View of the Ebb & Flow Rest Camp from the Kingfisher Hiking trail (Image Supplied)
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Olumara Camp (Image Supplied)
Tips on how to have an ethical elephant experience
The Ranger Services staff perform the guard of honour for the KNP Rangers. Approaching the Ranger monument and laying the wreath at the ceremony are MEC: Community Safety, Security and Liaison, Mpumalanga Province, Mr Petrus Ngomane (middle), Chief Ranger, Nicholus Funda, and Head Ranger Ken Maggs from the KNP Ranger Services Department. Senior members of the South African Police Service, South African National Defence Force and South African National Parks Honorary Rangers formed part of the ceremonial wreath laying.
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#CSIMonth: How to create the ultimate sustainable travel adventure
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Ngorongoro: A sparkling tourism jewel
#WTMA17: An African experience with a cultural twist in Swaziland
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#WTMA17: Tomjachu, a luxury bush retreat in the heart of Mpumalanga
Asilia expands with two new safari properties in southern Tanzania
Five safari destinations for first-time travellers
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