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 April reminds us of the critical importance of biodiversity. Our planet, Earth, is a marvel in its own right, teeming with an array of life on land and in the sea. The ongoing discovery of new animal and plant species, even after thousands of years, never ceases to amaze me. It’s only fitting, then, that we have set aside a day to celebrate our extraordinary home. April 22nd marks Earth Day, an occasion that ignites a global surge of green enthusiasm. Since its inception in 1970, Earth Day has evolved into a worldwide call to action—a day to cherish our planet and to champion its preservation.

April is also a time to reflect on the plight of the elephant. April 16th is designated to honour these magnificent and intelligent creatures, serving as a poignant reminder that we must protect and conserve...

Recent Articles

Wild at Life E.V. Rhinoceros Conservation and Rescue Mission

Safeguarding Rhinos through Conservation Efforts Article and Images: Aslihan Gedik; Founding Chairman and Chief Conservation Officer A rhinoceros is a large herbivorous mammal known for its thick skin and one or more horns on its snout. There are five species: ...

Landrover Experience: Lonehill Johannesburg

Article: Rudo Nhamoinesu Images: Melissa Katunga As the first light of dawn illuminated the sprawling cityscape of Harare, a sense of eager anticipation hung in the air. We—a select group of automobile enthusiasts were awaiting our flight to Johannesburg with ...

The Phillips on Safari

Article and Images by Sophie Phillips “The world sees the Safari industry through the lense of photographers, agents, guests and everyone in between. It paints pictures of what it is like ‘going the safari’. We paint a slightly different picture. ...

Kiri Camp. Okavango Delta

Article and Images Mike Myers When I look back on my career as a guide in Botswana it’s hard to believe I’m in my fifth decade of doing it, the time seems to have passed by in a heartbeat. In ...

Pamarah at Night – A Diner’s Delight

By Ross Scott-Riddell, Family Owner and Head Chef To feel like eating at home away from home, to have generously sized portions which taste first world, in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility, is what Pamarah Lodge manages to achieve ...

Scenic Nyanga

Article by Tami MudzingwaIn the rolling hills of the Eastern Highlands lies one of Zimbabwe’s hidden gems, Nyanga National Park. Nestled in thick evergreen forests, the hills and valleys are punctuated by majestic waterfalls, streams, and rivers flowing with crystal ...

Gonorezhou Wild at Heart, Free in Spirit

Article | Lucy BakerVisiting Gonarezhou is like taking a step into the unknown, it gives you a taste of the raw Zimbabwean bush with diverse scenery, from the famous Chilojo cliffs to the winding Save river; from crocodile ridden sandbanks ...

Mpala Jena Tropical Bliss On the Zambezi

Article | Rudo NhamoinesuAs you step off the boat, onto the Mpala Jena sands, there is a sense of tranquillity that overtakes you; the white sand, the river flowing gently, a warm breeze hitting against your skin makes you feel ...

SAVÉ VALLEY CONSERVANCY; TRUE Safari Experience

Article Sarah Todd My first insight into Savé Valley Conservancy’s conservation initiatives began within two minutes of entering their airspace. I was treated to two remarkable sights, both of which I will never forget. Our first sight was an aerial ...

The Great Zimbabwean – MUM & SON ROAD TRIP

Article by Laura TaylorWhat happens when a mum and son head for the hills? A wonderful adventure, of course! There is no doubt that my son, Nick, and I have a special bond, but put us together for eight days ...

OUR HIGHLANDS Getaway

Article by Ashleigh WhaleyNyanga, Zimbabwe our highlands getaway for relaxation and adventure.  Our outdoor loving kids just thrive in the highlands of Nyanga, and it most certainly brings out their adventurous spirit. With its undulating landscape, Nyanga is an adventure ...

Hiding out in Hwange

Article by Adam Garden We had just pulled over to sign out of The Hide’s conservancy, when our stopped engine allowed us a chance to hear the sounds of the bush.  We had spent our short drive from the camp ...
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