Archive for ‘Sue Watt’s Responsible Travels’

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Sue Watt - 06 Sep 2016

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…

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Sue Watt - 10 Aug 2016

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…

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Sue Watt - 15 Mar 2016

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.”…

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Sue Watt - 10 Nov 2015

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…

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Sue Watt - 13 Oct 2015

As lion populations plummet across Africa, Sue Watt meets a lioness who acquired celebrity status through her story of survival in Zambia’s Liuwa Plains National Park…

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Sue Watt - 21 Jul 2015

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…

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Sue Watt - 04 Jun 2015

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…

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Sue Watt - 15 Feb 2015

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…

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Sue Watt - 18 Jan 2015

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.

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Sue Watt - 20 Nov 2014

In Lower Zambezi National Park, Sue Watt discovers how one organisation is helping to protect elephants from poachers while protecting villagers from elephants

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