Updated: Sep 15, 2020
The industry is changing, visitors to Africa no longer want to skim the surface of things but want to go deeper; to have a more visceral meaningful experience where they feel that their travel experience has somehow added positively to the place they have visited.
Recently we hosted along with Rae Safaris an unusual tourism meets conservation safari at the Pilansberg National Park, with a group of veterinarians and animal behaviorists.
For the first couple of days we used telemetry to track down predators, with the exceptionally knowledgeable and passionate John Power and Andrew Rae. Then followed up with a series of white and black rhino notching’s and chipping with the Pilansberg Rhino Protection Service.