A photographic journey to illustrate the allure of Chobe National Park.
A photographic journey to illustrate the allure of Chobe National Park.
The Great Elephant Census offers hope for savanna elephants in Uganda.
Five wildlife experiences that make Botswana so special.
From Garamba’s dark history to its blossoming future, here are 9 facts about this park in the DRC.
Botswana’s villagers wish for the return of elephant hunting.
Look beyond the traditional game drive or boat cruise and be rewarded with these five unique Botswana experiences.
A new study that used GPS tracking data to analyse the movement patterns of elephants inside Etosha National Park has proved that elephants never forget.
A summary of the recent African Elephant Summit where a Chinese delegate asked about buying elephant parts including the trunk and penis.
After a long hot day in the Madikwe Game Reserve these three baby elephants can’t wait to get to the waterhole first!
Thai customs officials have seized four tons of ivory worth $6 million in the largest bust of its kind in Thailand’s history.
Chairman of the Kunene Regional Conservancy Association responds to the article: End of the game for Namibia.
Is Zimbabwe’s elephant population really as large as their environmental minister claims it is?
Watch this 8 minute film – an informative and emotional plea from Malawians who believe in the importance of protecting their country’s wildlife.
Conservationists in northern Zimbabwe are using a gun that blasts a burning solution of chilli pepper to keep elephants away from a busy town.
On Monday the 16th of March 2015, two German travellers, Martin and Christin Kotthoff, led to the arrest of two ivory dealers near Kasane, Botswana.
Having been involved in Namibia’s community-based conservation programme over the past 20 years, Christiaan Bakkes is questioning whether the programme is still the success it has been hailed as.
A lucky leopard sighting in Kruger National Park.
A week before Botswana hosts two key wildlife conservation conferences, a small group of lawmakers are seeking a review of a 2014 commercial hunting ban designed to reverse a decline in wildlife.
Zakouma National Park a picturesque conservation success story.
China has announced a one-year ban on the import of ivory carvings amid mounting criticism over the country’s role in the annual slaughter of thousands of African elephants.
An update on the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) report that showed Tanzania as a key player in the illegal ivory trade.
DO Elephants Go To Heaven is a documentary that tells the story of elephants orphaned by poaching and culling and follows the tragic journeys of Zimbabwe’s captured baby elephants, destined for sale to zoos.
Photographs from the Chobe River by Africa Albida Tourism’s in-house photographer Claire Write.
Ugandan wildlife officers have seized a huge haul of elephant ivory and pangolin scales, representing the deaths of hundreds of endangered animals.
The secretive region of Chobe’s Linyanti is dominated by elephants.
Two wandering bull elephants which have been at large in the Lephalale region of Limpopo appear to be heading home to Botswana.
Two bulls elephants have crossed over to South Africa from Botswana, into an area where elephants haven’t been seen for about 80 years. The elephants are peaceful but have broken a number of fences and farmers have urged Limpopo’s Department of Economic Development, Environment & Tourism to destroy the elephants.
Twin elephants born in Ruaha National Park at the end of the dry season.
Minister Khama talks about the strategies that have been put in place to minimise conflicts surrounding Botswana’s elephant population.
Encouraging everyone to get involved in the fight to save the planet’s natural heritage.
There will be no further culling of elephants in Kruger National park for population control because the new, “natural”, methods of managing them have severely curtailed the population growth rate.
Without committed policing and law enforcement Mozambique’s declarations of efforts to end poaching are little more than window dressing to gloss over the decimation of elephants.
Two young bull elephants engage in a gentle tussle in Kruger National Park.
Elephants mourn over a family member in Chobe National Park, but with death comes life.
During an early morning canoe safari guests to the Tongole Wilderness Lodge were recently thrilled by a spectacular sighting of a breeding herd of elephants.
A new report reveals that Chinese-led criminal gangs are conspiring with corrupt Tanzanian officials to traffic huge amounts of ivory, a trade which has caused half of Tanzania’s elephants to be poached in the past five years.
Botswana’s Chobe River is one of the best places to view and photograph magnificent African elephants.
A look into the illegal wildlife trade and how to reduce the demand that is fuelling the illegal poachers who take the lives of thousands of rhinos and elephants every year.
Elephants moving through the ash lands of Kruger after the fires. A selection of interesting photos, with very subtle colours and contrasts.
In light of the escalating elephant poaching crisis, and to commemorate World Animal Day on 4 October, a student cycling team in China is raising public awareness about elephant poaching.
The countdown to this Saturday’s Global March for Elephants and Rhinos has kicked off this week with the announcement of a fantastic, world-wide competition, valued at US$60 000!
Join us on a great walk through Tsavo as we come across elephants, lions, hyenas, crocodiles and much more…
The highest penalty ever imposed in South Africa for the illegal possession of ivory was handed down when a man was sentenced 10 years’ jail and a R5 million fine for possessing one ton of poached elephant tusks.
In just a few short weeks the world will be taking to the streets in support of our endangered, iconic wildlife species, courtesy of the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos, which takes place on World Animal Day – October 4.
Gail Potgieter talks about making your footprint count for conservation when touring Africa.
On October 4 the entire world will be turning out in force in support of the planet’s most iconic, and threatened species; elephant and rhino.
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