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Posts by Clarissa Hughes

Clarissa Hughes

Clarissa Hughes has worked and travelled widely in Africa. With 30 years experience in the tourism industry her knowledge is varied and wide. Her interest lies at the nexus of human development and environmental conservation. Clarissa also has an interest in African culture. She is a co-founder of the Nhabe Museum in Maun, Botswana as well as the author of a book on the indigenous beliefs around the night sky titled ‘Flowers in the Sky – a celebration of southern African starlore‘. She is the author of a number of tourism and African culture related articles and is a member of the International League of Conservation Writers.

Conservation, Events, Expeditions, People, Travel & Lifestyle

Celebrating a decade of corridor conservation, which focuses on linking three of South Africa’s finest treasures of biodiversity.

Africa Geographic