Apart from our rhinos, there are many other endangered animals in South Africa. Read about these and see how you can help in conserving our wildlife heritage.
Blog posts: Environment
Learn to travel in a way that does not harm the environment and become conscious of your impact.
Poaching-related deaths are being highlighted as a positive solution to the poaching problem. It is fuelling ignorance to the complexities of SA’s poaching epidemic and growing a crowd outwardly condones death, war and murder as the final resolution.
Bullied by bigger cats, shot by farmers and subject to low genetic variation; cheetah’s fight for survival is up against the worst. Yet it has overcome the odds as the lowest ranking large carnivore to earn its spots as a specialised, adaptable predator. Here’s how.
While being environmentally-conscious is a big part of being a sustainable traveller, it’s not the only thing to consider.
Melissa Bachman has become public enemy number 1 in South Africa and the worldwide online community. Paul Maughan-Brown tries to figure out why, and argues that the abuse is as poorly directed as it is poorly considered.
A visit to the mysterious Beachwood Mangroves Nature Reserve, one of the last remaining protected mangrove forests on Durban’s coastline.
A photoblog of Umlalazi Nature Reserve, one of KZN’s green spaces.
Killing for conservation in Namibia and the latest local rhino poaching figures
Cape Maclear (also known as Chembe) can be found on the Nankumba Peninsula along the southern shores of Lake Malawi. Many people go to this side of the lake to get all romantic and cozy, but they should be aware of how serious the over-fishing problem is.
A responsible travel experiment in the glorious landscapes of subtropical Kosi Bay, one of KwaZulu-Natal’s protected green spaces.