March 29, 2019
Looking after our bees is vital for the environment as well as local communities. Not only does learning about apiculture and the beekeeping trade give rural villagers an easy and accessible livelihood activity that helps them add to their household income and provides nutritious honey for home consumption but beekeeping also has much wider benefits for people and wildlife. It is estimated»
March 28, 2019
In just 25 years, our continent’s lion population has dropped dramatically – only 50% now roam wild in Africa’s iconic landscapes, which has prompted the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to officially classify them as a “Vulnerable” species. Habitat loss and fragmentation, illegal wildlife trade, bushmeat poaching and human-lion conflict continue to threaten...
March 21, 2019
Singita Faru Faru Lodge’s relaxed approach to luxury forms a golden thread throughout this lodge in the heart of the Serengeti. Its contemporary African décor and design and close-up views of a busy waterhole alongside the Grumeti River invite continuous connections with nature, while vast outdoor decks, an interactive kitchen and multiple airy enclaves for...
March 12, 2019
To describe the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve as a virtually untouched wilderness is not an overstatement; the ecosystem of this remote, 130,000-acre protected area in southeastern Zimbabwe functions much as it has for thousands of years. It is a shining example of a long term conservation vision in action, where the reserve remains as close as possible...