Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans bring ocean awareness to the streets of Cape Town through giant art installations.
Blurred boundaries: Can trophy hunting and tourism coexist in the Greater Kruger?
Babanango Game Reserve has achieved Big 5 status following an ambitious rewilding journey.
Embracing sustainable travel and wellness, a path to conscious exploration.
Table Bay Hotel joins Two Oceans Aquarium in Seal Protection Initiative.
OUR KIN DISCARDED: South Africa’s inhumane and indefensible trade and killing of primates.
Against the Odds – The story of leopards in the Cape’. A book celebrating leopards and the Cape Leopard Trust.
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 –
An eco-friendly option for laundry on the go with Personal Touch Washing Power Sheets.
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