A look into the recent white shark deaths around the Cape coast, killer whales and the reasons and effects their presence could have on the endangered great white shark.
Dave Hurwtiz has been on the water in False Bay, South Africa, for most of his life. For the last 20 years he has operated professional tours of the bay. Despite this, Dave says that he can count his encounters with killer whales on just his fingers and toes.
His recent series of photographs of the Pangolin Men highlighted the plight of the pangolin as the most trafficked animal in the world. I chatted with Adrian about pangolins, conservation and the challenges of being a wildlife photographer.
Lisa Hywood is an important voice. Founder of the Tikki Hywood Trust, Lisa is an advocate for nature, the environment and more specifically pangolins.
The Tikki Hywood Trust is an organisation that focuses on the conservation of lesser known endangered animals. Their flagship species is the pangolin which, after languishing in relative obscurity, has found its way into mainstream media as the most trafficked animal in the world. What is the Tikki Hywood Trust? The Trust is a wildlife-based […]
Imagine the possibility of walking with pangolins. Adrian Steirn’s recent photographic series The Pangolin Men captures a unique and exceptional scenario of beasts and men.
Shark cage diving is a contentious subject. The tour operators and supporters maintain that the activity is safe and in no way impacts on the shark’s behaviour negatively.
A visit to Kokerboom Forest in the Northern Cape and a look at all the indigenous flora in the area
A north to west Cape flower spectacular
Showcasing the cute wildlife that you can witness while on safari in Africa.
Road tripping to the Northern Cape to witness the unbelievable beauty of the Cape flowers in spring.
Learn how the dhow helped to build a society.
An interview with four Kenyan photographers on why they love Nairobi, what inspires them and how they showcase the beauty of Kenya.
Are we playing with fire when it comes to living alongside the fynbos in Cape Town?
The first African Circus Arts Festival will be taking place in Addis Ababa at the end of November to unite eight circuses from seven African countries, with the goal of stimulating an interest in modern circus.
Everyone is welcome to join the festivities at the Muizenberg Festival!
African Budget Safaris take a closer look at the environmentally friendly ethos behind Chobe Bakwena; an inspiring example of ecologically responsible tourism on the continent.
As you read these words, illegal miners are rapidly carrying away the sand dunes at over 200 sites along the previously unspoilt Wild Coast.
An exhilarating day spent hiking, abseiling and kloofing in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve.
Here’s why you shouldn’t cancel your African safari because of Ebola.
In the DRC’s Virunga National Park conservationists have taken a different approach in the fight against poaching – they got themselves some good old-fashioned bloodhounds.
32-year-old Irishman, Derek Cullen, talks about his great solo cycle up Africa – from Cape Town to Cairo.
Africa – rich in not only people, culture and abundant natural beauty, but home to a tremendous wealth of natural resources and potential. This eclectic African mix of society and nature is at times explosive, with nature and man competing for space and resources both above and below the ground. Here are some of the major conflicts happening around Africa.
The only thing that beats a GoPro on Safari is a flying GoPro!
Read all about AfrikaBurn 2014 – a burgeoning arts festival in the Tankwa Karoo, on the border of the Northern and Western Capes.