With Earth Day yesterday, this clip from the BBC reminds us what we’re trying to protect. It made me feel better. Nothing like a bit of David Attenborough to reset the perspective.
Blog posts: Environment
Learn to travel in a way that does not harm the environment and become conscious of your impact.
As a challenge, we sent online editor Kati Auld to the coal face of one of tourism’s biggest battles: saving the rhino. Here’s what happened when she spent three days shadowing the rhino’s protectors.
Animal encounters have boomed in South Africa: but are the educational and conservational benefits enough to justify them?
After spending some time at Spier wine farm, I noticed an array of activities suited for families. Here are a few ideas for family-friendly things to do at Spier.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ll know about the massive veld fire that’s been ravaging Table Mountain, from Muizenberg over to Hout Bay and Noordhoek, for the last three days. Here’s how you can help.
What really goes into protecting our rhinos? We tagged along with foot rangers on the front lines of the war against rhino poaching at Somkhanda Game Reserve.
There’s never a bad time for good news. The same goes for newborn rhino calves. What better way to start the new year than with new hope. Kariega Game Reserve’s poaching survivor, Thandi the rhino, brings new life into the world.
Three new community-owned attractions will be opening up in 2015. Check out how you can make a difference just by travelling!
Nature really is nurturing, and one woman is setting out to prove it. In the meantime, just get out there and feel it.
Highlights from the Red Dune Kalahari Route with Open Africa: a trip of fantastic landscapes, wildlife and cultural experiences unique to the region.