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Plastic Bags in Water
This is to inform you that Kenya has enforced a ban on the use of plastic bags from 28th August 2017. The ban refers to the use, manufacture and importation of the banned plastics within Kenya and especially affects plastic carrier bags. All guests traveling into Kenya with duty free...
Akagera National park, a short drive from Kigali the capital of Rwanda, is the only National park in Rwanda famous for game and wildlife. The park used to boast of the African Big Five game of Lions, Leopard, Buffaloes, Elephants and Rhinoceros. However, about 2 decades ago, the park was...
Rwanda imported lions to Akagera National park as a way of reintroducing the exceptional missing wildlife species in the country but just a while the long waited moment came to pass when the lions gave birth to three lion cubs in Akagera in almost two decades. On May 12thAkagera...
South African Ranger
A tour guide leading a walking safari in South Africa made news when he left a group of tourists behind after a Germany tourist became uncooperative. Nic, a tour guide in south Africa started out patiently briefing tourists on how they should behave while in the bush and within...
Nimule Elephants
The new country of South Sudan is blessed with oil, water, and a safari bonanza: one of the largest, most stunning animal migrations on earth. But without roads, laws, or infrastructure, can Africa’s youngest state turn potential into stabilizing profit? Patrick Symmes joins the adventure. Day one is Thursday, and...
Rangers at the Addo Elephant National Park have received equipment worth more than R500 000 from Unitrans, to assist in the battle against rhino poaching. This includes cameras, tents, backpacks, binoculars and other equipment needed for day and night patrols! Added to this some of the money is been...
This has just been issued – it appears to suggest that the road through the Serengeti will go ahead, but not be tarmaced. I think everyone agrees that the road is vital to the communities, but there does seem to be a perfectly good option going south around the...
A new element of adventure – if we can call it that – seems to have been added to airline travel in Europe by the volcanic eruption in Iceland. Hopefully it won’t have quite such disastrous consequences as last month, when thousands of passengers were stranded by the closure of...
Local community says the R490-million upgrade will adversely affect tourism A plan to tar one of South Africa’s most famous dirt roads has sparked a bitter row. The R490-million upgrade of the 33km Sani Pass, which links Himeville in KwaZuklu Natal and the eastern highlands of Lesotho, has upset environmentalists,...
In the past, most people who went to Angola were searching for oil, diamonds or landmines. Now, the country is also proving a big draw for fossil hunters – known in the scientific community as palaeontologists – who have described Angola as a “museum in the ground”. Angola was...
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