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Read Africa

Over many years we have scoured bookstore, libraries, garage sales, and more. To say we are passionate about books is an understatement. Enjoy!

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Women in Conservation

“A woman is a full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture, and transform.” This truth is visible everyday as African women tap into their immense power and make great strides in the world of conservation.

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People

Shopping for a Cause

With worldwide tourism curtailed many social organizations that depend on revenue from travelers have been left stranded. Since you may not be able to travel right this minute, we thought we would bring Africa to you and share some of our most inspiring and best-loved sustainable online shopping sites with you. So, if you have a few coins in your pouch, and time on your hands to browse, here are a few recommendations to shop for a cause.

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Diving in Southern Africa –

Consider the sheer length of the southern African coastline with more than 4000 miles between …

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Retraining and Upskilling Teams During Tourism Hiatus

Land custodians, video producers, culinary development and healthcare support – Africa’s safari operators are taking this time to retrain and upskill their teams.

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