Bloodhounds Help in the Fight Against Poaching

Bloodhounds Help in the Fight Against Poaching

“In ideal conditions the dogs can trace the odor of a person over about ten kilometres and up to a week after the person passed by. This tracking ability is making the bloodhounds an essential tool in the fight against poaching in Virunga National Park. Let me give you a demonstration of what they’re capable of...
Laikipia, Kenya: Home, Sweet Home at Sabuk Lodge

Laikipia, Kenya: Home, Sweet Home at Sabuk Lodge

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...
Top Safari Travel Trends

Top Safari Travel Trends

Sandra Mallinson, April 5, 2015 Categories: African Couleur Locale, Conservation, Family Safari, Namibia, Remarkable Projects, Travel Tips
Over 1.1 billion tourists traveled abroad in 2014, a 4.7% increase on the previous year (UNWTO World Tourism Barometer). And while the second half of last year saw some turbulent times for travel to Africa; a quarter of the way into 2015 the peaks and troughs have settled into a steady upwards trend.
David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

Visit a remarkable rescue centre in Nairobi, where highly-trained and dedicated keepers act as mother substitutes for Kenya’s lost, abandoned and orphaned baby elephants.
Help Protect the Rhino

Help Protect the Rhino

Caroline Rees is an independent researcher who is carrying out a project to monitor the behaviour of six rhino recently introduced to the Okavango Delta. The results of this research will contribute to our understanding of the rhino’s behaviour following their release into this new environment and have...