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Cape Town drought

Cape Town and the Western Cape is experiencing a severe drought. Residents are limited to 50 liters of water per day per person. Your dollars can help those whose livelihood relies upon tourism and if you are considering a trip to Cape Town in 201...

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SGR and Kenya's wildlife

Kenya recently completed phase two of its standard grade railway (SGR) project. The railway passes through two of Kenya's top safari destinations: Tsavo NP and Nairobi NP. YAS interviewed over 50 tour operators who offer safaris to these parks to ...

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5 reasons to volunteer in Africa

Volunteering is a great way to gain valuable hands-on experience, get to know great people and to learn more about yourself. If you're at all tempted to make a difference to African wildlife and to challenge yourself, volunteering may be just the ...

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Nkhotakota elephants

African Parks has managed Nkhotakota WR and Liwonde NP since 2015 and Majete WR since 2003 in partnership with Malawi’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife.

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Black rhinos in Akagera

In May 2017, black rhinos were re-introduced into Rwanda'a largest national park: Akagera. This move has been in the making for several years and is the result of efforts from many nations who donated time, money and resources to ensure their retu...

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Kilimanjaro routes: which are the best?

Anyone who has planned a trip to climb Kilimanjaro has been faced with a main question: which route should we take? We focus on the top-four: Lemosho, Rongai, Machame, Marangu.

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