Living with Hwange ’s Lions

Living with Hwange ’s Lions

Sue Watt, September 6, 2016 Category: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels
Sue Watt meets the Long Shield Lion Guardians of Hwange National Park, where Cecil the Lion lived, and learns how Vuvuzelas and white tarpaulin are helping locals...
Connecting with the Local Hwange Communities

Connecting with the Local Hwange Communities

Sue Watt, August 10, 2016 Categories: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels, Other
In Zimbabwe, Sue Watt meets the local people of Hwange, Cecil’s beautiful former home, and discovers how safari operators are helping them to improve their lives...
Mozambique: Gorongosa ’s Cool Science

Mozambique: Gorongosa ’s Cool Science

Sue Watt, March 15, 2016 Category: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels
Sue Watt tells the story of Gorongosa, from A-list celeb favourite to war zone to a remarkable regeneration as “ecologically, the most diverse national park in the world.”...
Nambwa: Fabulous Lodge Bringing Fabulous Results For Local People

Nambwa: Fabulous Lodge Bringing Fabulous Results For Local People

Sue Watt, November 10, 2015 Category: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels
Sue Watt discovers that communities, conservation and inspiration go hand in hand at Nambwa, a new lodge in Namibia’s Zambezi/Caprivi region. I wouldn’t...
Laikipia, Kenya: Home, Sweet Home at Sabuk Lodge

Laikipia, Kenya: Home, Sweet Home at Sabuk Lodge

Sue Watt, July 21, 2015 Category: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels
Sue Watt visits a special lodge: Sabuk Lodge, home to one of Africa’s first female guides who’s now helping to educate Samburu girls. It’s a win-win situation and guests benefit too...
Akagera National Park, Rwanda: A Story of Survival

Akagera National Park, Rwanda: A Story of Survival

Sue Watt, June 4, 2015 Category: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels
Rwanda isn’t just about mountain gorillas. Sue Watt explores Akagera and discovers a fascinating story of recovery behind one of Africa’s prettiest parks. Surprisingly few people have heard of Akagera National Park, on Rwanda’s eastern border...
Reigning Big Cats And Wild Dogs At Okonjima

Reigning Big Cats And Wild Dogs At Okonjima

Sue Watt, February 15, 2015 Category: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels
Sue Watt discovers a special lodge in Namibia’s Central Highlands whose residents include 30 rescued cheetahs, 35 leopards and three wild dogs. Love leopards and cheetahs? Then you’ll love...
Malawi: Tongole ’s Lasting Legacy

Malawi: Tongole ’s Lasting Legacy

Sue Watt, January 18, 2015 Category: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels
Sue Watt visits Tongole Wilderness Lodge and discovers how one family’s tragedy has brought hope and help to communities near Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve in Central Malawi.
Behind The Scenes With Conservation Lower Zambezi

Behind The Scenes With Conservation Lower Zambezi

Sue Watt, November 20, 2014 Category: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels
In Lower Zambezi National Park, Sue Watt discovers how one organisation is helping to protect elephants from poachers while protecting villagers from elephants
Uganda: Beyond Bwindi’s Mountain Gorillas

Uganda: Beyond Bwindi’s Mountain Gorillas

Sue Watt, October 13, 2014 Category: Sue Watt's Responsible Travels
Sue Watt goes gorilla tracking and takes a look into the past at life with the Batwa Pygmies, evicted from Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to protect these vulnerable primates.