Don’t miss out on these bucket-list experiences in Namibia!
Don’t miss out on these bucket-list experiences in Namibia!
Travel to these four locations in Namibia for some of the most remarkable photographic opportunities in Africa.
Discover why the landscapes of Namibia offer photographers some of the best photo opportunities in the world.
Wüstenquell in Namibia’s abundant rock formations make it one of most spectacular locations for any landscape photographer.
A look into the poaching of elephants, hippos and crocodiles along the Okavango River on the border of Angola and Namibia.
The death of another three desert-adapted male lions in Namibia highlights the need to find ways to avoid human-wildlife conflict.
Barbaric elephant slaughter creates horror scene on the banks of the Okavango River.
Namibian rhino poaching syndicates continue to get away with murder…
Etosha is a unique and dramatic destination that may spoil you for life with its fascinating wildlife. Here are the best ways to see it.
A group of ministry employees, who are suspected to have been involved in poaching in Etosha, have been transferred away from the national park.
A game ranger and a farm worker have survived a lioness attack after tracking the pride that killed livestock on farm land.
A summary of the IUCN’s report on trophy hunting and the importing of hunting trophies to the European Union.
Namibian businessman and communal farmer arrested after he was found in possession of ivory.
Problems concerning the coexistence of people and wildlife is noted to be caused by conflict amongst humans, proving a need for greater collaboration with scientists, historians and psychologists in the conservation sector.
Namibian conservancies say that if trophy hunting were to banned they would see wildlife disappear within a month.
WWF releases camera trap images by Will Burrard-Lucas of some of Namibia’s elusive animals – some of which have never been photographed in high definition before.
Watch what happens in Etosha National Park, Namibia, after a black rhino falls into a waterhole.
Read all about An Empty Coast, a new novel by Tony Park, and you could WIN one of three copies of this exciting crime thriller!
A Chinese businessman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison or alternatively to pay N$100,000 for the illegal possession of two rhino horns.
A close-up encounter with cheetahs at Okonjima – home of the AfriCat Foundation.
Rumours fly as Namibian officials fingered as “kingpins” involved in rhino and elephant poaching in Etosha National Park.
Have you heard of the Namib Desert’s little five?
Prince Harry has released some personal accounts of his summer visit to southern Africa, sharing some insight into the poaching crises.
The ins and outs of an African safari.
Namibian Minister of Environment and Tourism says that anti-hunting lobbyists cost the Namibian government US$650,000 last year after pressurising the United States government on the legal auction of a black rhino hunt.
Celebrate the fifth annual International Cheetah Day on 4 December. What are you doing to help the fastest feline?!
Meet Koos Verwey and learn about the work he does with the Himba communities in Namibia’s Kunene region.
Dr Peter Oberem takes a closer look at game breeding in South Africa as well as colour morphs and says why we should support wildlife ranching.
Corey Knowlton, the hunter who paid US$350,000 to shoot a black rhino is suing Delta Airlines for refusing to ship his trophy.
Rescuing “B”, the baby aardvark that got caught in a snare.
Since 2011, 230 elephants and more than 100 black rhinos have been reported as poached in Namibia, while the poaching of other animals such as lions and pangolins is also on the rise.
Legolas, one of the beloved research cats of Cheetah Conservation Botswana, was shot and killed early this month beside the A2 Highway in the west of Botswana.
The band GoodLuck answers some questions on what they are looking forward to at the Vic Falls Carnival, why they love Africa and what it means to be African.
An incredible opportunity to spend time in Namibia with Save the Rhino Trust and an examination of why the small team have achieved significant success.
Find out what it takes to survive in the Namib desert with these 6 desert-adapted creatures!
Synchronicity, serendipity and the six-eyed sand spider; the most venomous and reclusive spider in Namibia.
Rina Sherman spent seven years in the homelands of the Ovahimba people filming and photographed their everyday life and their ritual ceremonies and traditions.
Read how cattle and Chinese mining interests are killing off Namibia’s black rhinos.
If you’re looking for a place where you can feel right at home while also experiencing amazing wildlife encounters, Mokuti Etosha Lodge could be just the place for you!
Lions could be in trouble in Namibia’s north-west if nothing is done to reduce human-predator conflict.
A tale of two tails as a leopard cub gets to grips with a small-spotted genet.
Discovering the fossils of the Mesosaurus in Namibia.
The sensational experience of tandem skydiving over the Namib desert.
The advantages of a self-drive adventure in Namibia.
In January 2014, Corey Knowlton bid US$350,000 for a permit to hunt and kill a black rhino in Namibia. He won the permit. The hunt is now complete. A rhino is dead.
Who killed the wildcat?
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