• RE-CREATE YOUR SELF – a unique Safari Coaching-Retreat in South Africa

    RE-CREATE YOUR SELF is a unique adventure, combining an exciting safari experience with the adventure of exploring your SELF and discovering a new way of BEING. During this unique Safari Coaching-Retreat you will experience a unique mixture of training and connection to nature and animal life. This will initiate a long-lasting transition to your higher level […]

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  • 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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  • 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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  • In honour of World Rhino Day

    Today in honour of World Rhino Day, we would like to share a beautiful and interesting blog from Gondwana Game Reserve, one of Elela Africa’s partners, about the fantastic work of their security unit looking after the rhino population on the game reserve. And if you would like to meet the team, shadow and support […]

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  • Auch ein wildes Nashorn braucht manchmal Pflege – Urlaubs-Ranger bei der Arbeit

    Nicht nur in den großen Nationalparks, auch in den privaten Game Reserves in Südafrika wird versucht, so wenig wie möglich in die Natur einzugreifen. Das Ökosystem soll sich selbst erhalten. Ganz so „natürlich“ geht es aber leider nicht mehr, denn der Mensch hat bereist eingegriffen und muss nun immer mal wieder „Hand anlegen“, um ein […]

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