Conservation @en Archive - Elela Africa Travel
12. November 2017

Meet Zulu and help this magnificent cheetah to live in the wild

Zulu was orphaned at a young age and raised by a loving family in their home on a game ranch in Zululand, South Africa. The family […]
15. June 2017

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. […]
20. January 2017

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 […]
6. January 2017

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 […]
31. July 2016

Africa Geographic erkundet Artenschutz Safari in Südafrika

by Mei Capes Friday, 29th July 2016 Africa Geographic erkundet Artenschutz Safari in Südafrika Once upon a time in a reserve not far, far away from […]
23. October 2015

Rare sighting: a Rooikat / Karakal – eine seltene Sichtung!

Zwischen der langsam dichter werdenden Fynbos Vegetation konnten wir diese Wildkatze im Gondwana Game Reserve entdecken. Ihr Name Karakal (Caracal caracal / Rooikat) kommt von der […]
19. October 2015

Newborn Sunbird at Gondwana Game Reserve

On Friday, we noticed that a Malachite Sunbird pair had nested inside the front porch light frame of the Lodge, which is a very unusual place for […]
17. August 2015

Playful Baby Elephants

Einen fröhlichen Start in die neue Woche mit diesem Video von verspielten Elefantenkindern! A happy start into the new week with some cute playful baby elephants…   […]
22. April 2015

Video: With Elela Africa in the Kruger and in Botswana

Enjoy the short video about our wilderness experience in the Northern Kruger and the Tuli Reserve in Botswana.