• New and exciting conservation experience on safari in South Africa

    One of the biggest Big 5 private Game Reserves in the Western Cape has introduced two new conservation activities for guests – the cheetah experience and rhino tracking.  Become a Game Ranger for a day and join the passionate team of conservationist tracking Rhino and cheetah using telemetry.  Situated in South Africa’s Garden Route, one […]

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  • Even black rhinos have a social life!

    They are the last ones of their kind and truly fascinating: Africa’s black rhinos. Unfortunately, the grey giants are often misunderstood and have a reputation for always being grumpy. But as a study by the WWF shows, although black rhinos are solitary, they socialise with other black rhinos much more than was previously known. Especially the […]

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  • Safari holiday with the kids? New family eco safari programme in South Africa

    Of course it can be a relaxed vacation full of family fun and adventures for the whole family! During our new family-safari-programme in South Africa, children from the age of 6 years can become junior rangers. Different from the standard safari, the whole family can actively experience Africa’s fascination up close.    You will stay […]

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  • Conservation Safari: Track leopards and cheetahs in Namibia

    Namibia is not only a beautiful country but also a pioneer when it comes to conservation. In December, the Elela Africa team embarked on a quest for new exciting and sustainable tour ideas as well as for Namibia’s frequently mentioned cheetahs. After a three hour drive north of Windhoek, we find what we were looking […]

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  • Rhino Tracking in Namibia – encounter the last free living black rhinos

    John tells us not to move as the black rhino is trying to find our scent. Although as long as the wind blows into the right direction, there is no reason to worry. Still, my knees turn to jelly as the rhino is starring right at us from only a 45 metres distance, or so […]

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  • Africa Geographic explored a new eco safari in South Africa

      by Mei Capes Friday, 29th July 2016 Africa Geographic explored a new eco safari in South Africa Once upon a time in a reserve not far, far away from Cape Town, the team at Africa Geographic spent a magical weekend frolicking in the fynbos. Having recently published the 100th issue of this online magazine […]

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