Tag: conservation

Abu Herd Grows with Birth of Shamiso

The Abu Herd continues to grow with the arrival of another male elephant calf, born to Paseka in the early hours of Friday, 27 April 2018 – a mere three months after Lorato gave birth to Motlotlo in January 2018. The calf has been…

Top 10 Preparation Tips for the Nedbank Tour de Tuli 2018

Nedbank Tour de Tuli (NTDT) pro, Chris Ellis, shares his Top 10 tips to help cyclists prepare for Africa’s ultimate mountain bike adventure: Train: yes, it is a Tour and not a race…but you still have to be fit. Spend as much time on…

MIXING AND MINGLING WITH THE WILD

I traveled the road less traveled to South Africa’s Eastern Cape as a guest to South African Tourism. To say the organization knows how to treat its guests will be an understatement as we were given more than just royal treatment. The experience left…

BOTSWANA OFF THE BEATEN TRACK

A 22-day self drive adventure safari in a Hilux 3.0 D4D sponsored by AVIS took us around Botswana in a quest to see how Batswana live let alone explore beautiful Botswana. Self-drive safaris are not well explored by Batswana but a very good way…

KANG IS COMING AROUND

Along the trans Kalahari high way lays the rapidly growing village, Kang. Most people barely make a stop over in Kang to explore the village but rather stop for lodging over night en route to Namibia, Gantsi, Maun and other destination. For some it’s…

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