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Africa’s Natural World Heritage Sites –

Cape Floral Region Namib Sand Sea Selous Game Reserve Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve The Okavango Delta, Serengeti, Kilimanjaro and Virunga National Parks no doubt conjure up a myriad of images in your mind. Elephants with raised trunks, wading up to their bellies in slowly moving river waters amidst tall straight reeds bent by …

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See Africa

See Africa Movies, documentaries and more Delve into the sights and sounds of Africa. Feature films, documentaries, and more, will transport and ignite your curiosity. Movies Previous Next Wildlife Documentaries Previous Next African Culture, History and Politics Previous Next African Cinema Previous Next

Will COVID-19 End the Wildlife Trade?

COVID-19 is a zoonotic disease, meaning it is passed from animals to humans. These viruses generally appear in our species due to human behavior, including using exotic species such as pangolins as food. Other zoonotic diseases include HIV, Ebola, SARS and Anthrax. COVID-19 is suspected to have originated in bats then passed through another mammal …

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How to be a Sustainable Tourist in Africa

“When travel is done the right way – the sustainable way – then local people and vistors alike benefit from the power and promise of travel to alleviate povery, protect nature, and safeguard cultural heritage for future generations.” – Costas Christ, Senior Advisor for Sustainable Tourism, National Geographic Are you planning a trip to Africa? …

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Destination Namibia

We love Namibia for its stark and extraordinary beauty, amazing desert-adapted wildlife, and its incredible vastness. With dramatic mountains, a rocky, shipwreck-strewn coast, some of the world’s highest sand dunes, and rare and exotic flora and fauna, it’s a totally different safari experience – and one we can’t recommend highly enough! A few fun facts …

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