Conserving rhinos is about more than just stopping poachers. Saving Africa’s rhinos will require a multidimensional strategy, with private game reserves and national parks cooperating and anti-poaching efforts working in tandem with education campaigns.
Global trends indicate that an increasing number of travellers want to engage in local conservation and activities that promote sustainability. These more conscious travellers are opting for urban treehouses and island homestays, volunteering at animal
As we wind down to the end of another big year I plan to retreat to my parent’s in Pringle Bay for peace, rest and reflection. I’ll be donning one of my favourite hoodies –
Like many of you, I miss travelling. Not only for the privilege of seeing, feeling and breathing in the wonders of the world, but for the people I meet along the way. Many who have
There’s a strong smell of incense as I enter the temple, the sweet-spicy aroma wafting gently on the warm air. Monks in orange robes chant their prayers as they gently rock back and forth. The
Late last year as the moon circled the earth one last time to mark the end of an unusual year, I took a road trip north of Cape Town to spend a weekend at the
Einstein said that ‘time is an illusion’ and he might have had the last year in mind when he reached that conclusion – given how time has been paused yet raced by. Never a more
Thousands of Lions, Tigers, Leopards and other species of big cats live out their lives in squalor however a fortunate few have found a true Sanctuary at Panthera Africa outside the quiet village of Stanford.
The beautiful Tintswalo Boulders has introduced an incredible Marine Exploration Adventure Experience for guests to explore the fascinating underwater world of False Bay where renowned cinematographer Craig Foster filmed the ‘My Octopus Teacher’. The 3-day
Conservation leaders urge UN World Tourism Organisation: Curb wildlife exploitation in ‘Tomorrow’s Tourism’. As the current global pandemic is case-in-point that keeping wildlife in cages almost always turns around to bite you. Going forward, a
The world is witnessing an unprecedented, human-induced collapse of biodiversity and is in the middle of a global pandemic caused by the consumption of wild species often kept in cruel, unsanitary conditions. Laws insisting on
If you are looking for a holiday with a difference, one that combines eco-consciousness with sweeping beach sunsets and once in a lifetime wildlife encounters, then Kenya should be on your list. My adventures in Kenya,
I love the ocean, and he penguins who rely on it. And this love leads me to voice my concerns on overfishing, the threat to fish populations and the plight of our marine birds and
Penguin Promises – A few months ago a friend, much-respected travel writer and often travel buddy of mine Linda of Moving Sushi, introduced me to the idea of joining her on this year’s Penguin Promises