A small group of budding photographers, led by Mike Kendrick of Wild Shots Educational Outreach, are taught about conservation through a Sabi Sand photography safari.
The Mara Bushtops star pool offers guests the once in a lifetime experience of swimming amongst the stars in the Maasai Mara
During the month of November 2016, Kafunta Safaris and the Mfuwe Sports Association supported the very first Carnivore Conservation Cup football tournament organized by the Zambian Carnivore Program and sponsored by the National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative.
Rwanda is addressing their hilly problem by delivering much-needed blood to patients by drones.
Could drones be a good short-term solution to curbing human-wildlife conflict?
Make a big difference with these green changes to your daily schedule.
In one of the many hidden valleys of the Soutpansberg in central Limpopo, you’ll find the art-rich Madi a Thavha Mountain Lodge.
Tuli Safari Lodge is helping to put food on the plates of both their guests and employees with their new vegetable garden in the bush.
Pakamisa is a paradise for horse riders situated in the beautiful hills of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
Support this African women’s initiative to help the environment.
Read how gorilla tourism is helping to save this endangered species as well as the people who live with them.
A professional photographic safari guide’s top 50 wildlife photography tips are delivered seamlessly in an affordable new app.
Meet the man with no right leg and right arm who made it to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise funds for charity.
Some amazing projects going on throughout Africa that show how nature is helping to mend communities in a profound way.
Uthando has shaped a new model of travelling philanthropy, helping to raise money for Cape Town’s poorest settlements.
Work together with safari horses and the local community to help empower the people of Zululand at Pakamisa Game Reserve.
The Zambian Carnivore Programme recognises Robin Pope Safaris ranger, Betram Njobvu, for his commitment to protecting wildlife.
Six ways that you can make a long-term contribution this Mandela Day.
A ground-breaking technique to collect and catalogue DNA from rhinos and rhino horn which can lead to more convictions of poachers and reduce rhino poaching in Southern Africa.
Go backpacking in Cape Town and help give back to the local community at The Backpack.
The story of Robin Pope and his safari dream.
Coming from a poor home, Robert Mugabe started his travel business during a time when the industry was recovering from Uganda’s political instability. This is his story.
Three mobile journalists get ready to set off on a cycle expedition from Cape Town to Addis Ababa in search of stories that demonstrate innovative and solutions-orientated approaches to challenges across the continent.
Meet the men of the Mount Kilimanjaro porters who help others up the steep climb to the top of Africa’s highest mountain.
From lion killers to guardians, how the Maasai people are working to protect East Africa’s lions and improve conservation.
Ngorongoro, Tanzania is an unforgettable place. Make an impact in the communities that make it so special by supporting some of these worthwhile charities.
The women of Mambwe met to celebrate International Women’s Day and discuss the steps that still need to be made for gender equality in Zambia.
The Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia has achieved the prestigious status of being the world’s first carbon neutral national park.
Africa needs what the Western world has on tap, and Arturo Vittori has found a sustainable way to give water to arid nations via Warka Water towers.
A project that started in a township aims to challenge stereotypes about South Africa’s wine industry and leave a lasting legacy for communities in the Cape Flats.
Angama Mara discusses their Out of Africa love affair with Kenya.
APOPO, top-rated NGO and creators of Mine Detection Rat Technology, are crowdfunding to transform a deadly ammunitions dump in Mozambique into a world-class nature reserve.
Collect R200 as you pass ‘begin’ on your way to buying the Taj Cape Town.
When it comes to sustainable and responsible tourism, these luxury hotels are leading the way!
Over the past 30 years, the Lapalala Wilderness School has been a breathtaking outdoor classroom, where children and young adults are exposed to nature.
Danish-WWF partnerships in the South African water sector show how we could be doing more with less.
Who would have thought that poop could come in so handy?!
A collective of Durban creatives is putting a whole new spin on: the eagle has landed!
Using elephant dung for fertiliser means that growing strawberries has never been so fun or environmentally friendly than at Sirikoi lodge in Kenya!
Everyone is welcome to join the festivities at the Muizenberg Festival!
Cape Town school children paint a picture of hope for the future of rhinos this World Rhino Day.
Support basket weaving initiatives instead of using plastic bags and make a big difference to our environment!
WWF launches new community based initiative, RISE, on World Rhino Day.
The Black Mamba Anti-Peaching Unit is the first of its kind. The majority of the team are women who not only are protecting wildlife but are educating communities that live on the boundaries of Kruger.
Over two decades after the civil war in Mozambique finished, the country has now achieved ‘free of known landmine’ status.
Help map the distribution of Africa’s unique and diverse freshwater fish by using FishMAP and submitting your photographic records.