African safari – We Are Africa http://we-are-africa.org/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 22:36:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://we-are-africa.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png African safari – We Are Africa http://we-are-africa.org/ 32 32 This luxury campsite in Zambia is the ultimate safari getaway – Hotels Above Par https://we-are-africa.org/this-luxury-campsite-in-zambia-is-the-ultimate-safari-getaway-hotels-above-par/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 22:36:34 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/this-luxury-campsite-in-zambia-is-the-ultimate-safari-getaway-hotels-above-par/ You know a property will be special when it takes a propeller plane, an hour-long jeep ride and a boat to reach it. But that’s just a little what makes Time + Tide Chinzombo in magical Zambia. The exclusive safari lodge is located on a bend in the Luangwa River, directly opposite the game-rich South […]]]>

You know a property will be special when it takes a propeller plane, an hour-long jeep ride and a boat to reach it. But that’s just a little what makes Time + Tide Chinzombo in magical Zambia.

The exclusive safari lodge is located on a bend in the Luangwa River, directly opposite the game-rich South Luangwa National Park. This location alone would make it a rare gem, but the design by award-winning architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens takes the experience of staying here to another level.

Silvio and Les’ design is minimalist yet luxurious decor. Six beautiful, extremely luxurious safari tents combine modern aesthetics with classic natural materials like canvas and leather. Each safari tent has its own private swimming pool perched on a raised terrace. From here, a winding path connects the safari tents to a communal lounge and dining area under the shade of msikizi trees.

Plus, with only sustainably sourced or recycled building materials used in its creation, it’s clear that Time + Tide Chinzombo deeply loves the natural beauty of the surrounding wilderness.

You can’t help but feel transported back to Hemingway’s era of African exploration, with details like oversized chests for storage and foldable canvas chairs on a desk ready for creativity. But the tub and private sunken terraces with overly plush seating are decidedly modern. Yet the designers seamlessly blended the two in a timeless configuration that sank, allowing guests to step away from the everyday and settle into safari life in comfort.

Of course, you can’t talk about this lodge without mentioning the wildlife. Carefully designed accommodations consider that hippos, monkeys, elephants and more will roam during your stay. Private tents have transparent screens on the river side so you can watch hippos munching on grass and the sunrise from your bed. Plus, the large deck and plunge pool all face the same direction, giving you incredible views all day and all night long. There’s nothing quite like making a nightcap from the in-room minibar, snuggling up on a lounge chair while the moon illuminates the warthogs while enjoying an evening snack. It feels from another world.

Meanwhile, all other elements of the stay correspond to the design level. The food is plentiful and tasty, with many ingredients from the on-site garden. And the service rivals that of any five-star hotel. Every staff member is there to make life easier and the experience more exceptional. Don’t be surprised if there are a surprise or two during your visit to camp, as the team prides itself on creating unique memories and moments you won’t find anywhere else.

However, Time + Tide Chinzombo is a gem when it comes to safari lodges. Silvio and Les have designed other camps like Jao and Mombo from Botswana, among their credits, Time+Tide King Lewanika in the Liuwa Plain and Miavana by Time+Tide in Madagascar. The airy decor subtly mixes modern furnishings with traditional elements such as locally produced leather, reed work and handmade tableware, creating a classic safari vibe wherever they go.

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Can Cultural Safari Boost Russia’s Image Across Africa -By Kestér Kenn Klomegah https://we-are-africa.org/can-cultural-safari-boost-russias-image-across-africa-by-kester-kenn-klomegah/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 13:02:35 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/can-cultural-safari-boost-russias-image-across-africa-by-kester-kenn-klomegah/ After several years of fierce criticism of the downfall of cultural diplomacy, Russia has begun to close the huge pitfalls and cracks. In the context of the emerging multipolar order, Russia has taken a significant and practical step in its renewed Russian-African diplomacy, but has a long, winding road to establish its cultural influence and […]]]>

After several years of fierce criticism of the downfall of cultural diplomacy, Russia has begun to close the huge pitfalls and cracks. In the context of the emerging multipolar order, Russia has taken a significant and practical step in its renewed Russian-African diplomacy, but has a long, winding road to establish its cultural influence and achieve the expected impact on public perception.

Russians must warmly admit the cultural catastrophe. On the other hand, he must go far beyond traditional rhetoric and decades-old diplomatic niceties, at least be open to African cultural troops in Russia if he is to strengthen cultural relations. Against the backdrop of global turmoil, Russia’s doors are still closed to all due to a fragmented post-Soviet diplomacy of public outreach, as it hopes to lead and currently advocates for the democratization of international life and the multipolar order.

To increase its geopolitical influence, it must re-examine the cultural component in relations with Africa. This is the moment of truth, there are challenges and realities in the landscape as the United States, Europe and Asian states like China have expanded their strategic soft power and more generally public diplomacy. It seems that Russia is far behind, surprisingly, it mostly ignores the opinions and suggestions of political experts, for example the status report on Russia and Africa.

On the eve of the second Russia-Africa summit scheduled for St. Petersburg in 2023, Russia has embarked on a cultural tour of East Africa. The three African countries included Ethiopia, Tanzania and Zambia, according to reports monitored by the Russian Ministry of Culture. Its main task is to ensure that Russia strengthens its status as a great cultural power, to exchange experiences in multifaceted cultural fields with foreign countries. This ministry deals with cultural and artistic issues as well as the implementation of strategies with foreign countries and within the Russian Federation.

“The festival aims to popularize the diversity of Russia’s cultural heritage and will introduce foreign audiences to the best examples of Russia’s unique vocal folklore performed traditionally and in a modern adaptation, as well as popular pieces of musical academic art”, says his press release.

The Festival of Russian Culture designed to enhance intercultural interaction with African countries. It aims to portray Russian culture and geography, so it includes an exhibition of photos of picturesque places in the Far North of Russia. The report claimed that visitors would see the landscapes of the northern regions of Russia, from the regions of Murmansk to Kamchatka.

There has been a series of talks on culture between Russia and Africa, the latest report from October 2022 indicates that Ethiopian Culture and Sports Minister Kejela Merdasa discussed with the Russian Ambassador in Ethiopia, Evgeny Terekhin, on how to improve the long-standing relationship between the two. countries in the culture and sport sectors. Both agreed on an arrangement for the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two countries on cultural cooperation.

Undoubtedly, there is a huge cultural gap between Russia and Africa. Despite the general pessimism, there is still a chance to rekindle Russia’s cultural relationship with Africa. In November 2021, Egypt received a Russian cultural troupe as part of the Year of Russian-Egyptian Humanitarian Cooperation. Russian Deputy Culture Minister Olga Yarilova, who led the Russian delegation to the meeting at the Cairo Opera House, stressed the strength of cultural relations between Cairo and Moscow.

The Beryozka (Berezka) Dance Ensemble, one of the oldest and most renowned Russian dance troupes, performed a number of artistic performances on Russian folklore in Cairo, Egypt. The Ensemble is a troupe of dancers founded by Russian choreographer and dancer Nadezhda Nadezhdina in 1948 in the Soviet Union that specializes in performances in long dresses and moves on stage as if on wheels or floating.

South Africa also saw Russian cultural performances in 2015. Professor Gerrit Olivier from the Department of Political Science at the University of Pretoria and former South African Ambassador to the Russian Federation wrote in an email that “what seems to irritate the Russians, in particular, is very few moves beyond the symbolism, pomp and circumstance of high-profile opening moves.
What is important is that the Soviet Union never attempted to colonize Africa. Soviet influence in Africa disappeared almost like a mirage with the collapse of the Soviet system in 1991. Russia’s cultural diplomacy is completely abysmal.

In the current assessment of Russian influence in Africa, despite resuscitation efforts, it has remained marginal. While, given its global status, it should be active in Africa as are Western Europe, the European Union, America and China, it is virtually absent, playing a negligible role, according to the views of the retired South African diplomat.

Of particular importance here and as Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has often underlined the unique fact that strengthening the comprehensive partnership with African countries is today one of the priorities of Russian foreign policy.

“Russia highly values ​​its African friends, who, like the vast majority of members of the global community, have defied brutal and unprecedented pressure to refuse to join anti-Russian sanctions and to continue to develop dialogue and cooperation. with us. Such an independent policy focused on national interests deserves deep respect,” Lavrov said in early November, the transcript posted on the official website.

“We see Africa as a unique and dynamic continent, a continent of the future. We constantly advocate strengthening its role in the multipolar architecture of the world order. We want its firm and independent voice to be heard and taken into account on the international stage,” he said of Russia’s support for Africa.

Western culture and orientation have largely dominated Africa, which has the fastest growing population in the world. African audiences are not exposed to Russian culture nor African culture exposed to Russians.

In their joint statement at the summit, the two sides set a plethora of goals to develop and strengthen people-to-people and cultural relations. Point 10 of the declaration stipulates the facilitation of people-to-people contacts between Russia and Africa using the potential of non-governmental organizations and various forums, including youth ones.

Point 43 of the declaration highlights the benefits of the diversity of civilizations, encourages cooperation in sports, tourism and the media. And in addition to the mentioned areas, the document asserts that cultural exchanges are essential for the development of mutual understanding, friendship and cooperation between the peoples of Africa and the Russian Federation.

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Ruto’s visa-free deal: 10 cheapest South African destinations to visit https://we-are-africa.org/rutos-visa-free-deal-10-cheapest-south-african-destinations-to-visit/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 08:42:54 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/rutos-visa-free-deal-10-cheapest-south-african-destinations-to-visit/ On Wednesday, November 9, President William Ruto and his South African counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa agreed to waive visa requirements for citizens between the two countries. The agreement has opened up opportunities for the two countries which enjoy cordial bilateral relations. But what likely received a boost after the announcement was the tourism sector. Like Kenya, […]]]>

On Wednesday, November 9, President William Ruto and his South African counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa agreed to waive visa requirements for citizens between the two countries.

The agreement has opened up opportunities for the two countries which enjoy cordial bilateral relations. But what likely received a boost after the announcement was the tourism sector.

Like Kenya, South Africa is a dream destination for many tourists worldwide and is among the most popular travel destinations in Africa, and for legitimate reasons.

The map showing the route between Kenya and South Africa

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The Mzansi Nation is known for its rich culture which spans from its ethnic diversity, beautiful wildlife in the golden savannah, ocean blue beaches, captivating game drives, impressive gorges, historic buildings, delicious cuisine and a life of active party for people who plan to relax with dance and music.

Return flights to the southern destination range from a pop-up fare of 80,875 Ksh to 114,200 Ksh depending on the city chosen.

The country offers a range of accommodation options, from five star opulence to budget locations, you are sure to find exactly what you are looking for, at prices ranging from Ksh 5,000 to Ksh 50,000 per night, highly dependent the kind of experience you are looking for.

Below are some of the top-ranked destinations to look out for:

Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park is one of the best game reserves in Africa and one of the oldest in South Africa.

The park is a four-hour drive from Johannesburg and offers visitors the chance to see the ‘Big Five’: lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, and rhinoceros, as well as an astonishing diversity other wild animals. It is also home to cave paintings and archaeological sites of San (bushmen).

Kruger National Park

The entrance to Kruger National Park in South Africa

Kruger National Park

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Considered one of the most breathtaking cities on the planet, the multicultural city is surrounded by nature and sits between a rugged mountain range and the sea.

One of the top things to do in Cape Town is to visit Table Mountain, a flat peak that towers over the city.

For a spectacular panorama, hike to the top or glide down the cable car. The hour-long hike to Lion’s Head also offers scenic views.

Watch penguins waddle along the golden beaches of False Bay and south of town at Cape Point. Other places to visit are Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.

Cape Town

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Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park (Kalahari)

This park is a merger of Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in South Africa and Gemsbok National Park in Botswana. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is one of the largest wilderness areas in the world.

Among the great diversity of wildlife, this vast conservation area is home to the famous black-maned Kalahari lion and other diverse animal species.

Johannesburg

Also known as Jo’burg, it is South Africa’s largest city by population and a gateway for many safari tourists. Named the “city of gold” for its rich deposits of precious ore, it is also the economic engine and the vibrant soul of the country.

Top things to do in Johannesburg include visiting the Apartheid Museum, a poignant look at the oppression of apartheid at the birth of democracy; Constitution Hill; and Gold Reef City, which traces the area’s history through mining-themed attractions.

City of Johannesburg

A photo montage of the city of Johannesburg in South Africa.

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The Garden Route

Located along the country’s southeast coast, the Garden Route stretches for around 200 kilometers through some of South Africa’s most breathtaking coastal scenery. The route stretches along the Indian Ocean from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River in the Eastern Cape.

The Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal

The spectacular Drakensberg, which means “Mountains of the Dragon”, is one of the best places to visit in KwaZulu-Natal and a popular holiday destination. It is also home to the highest peaks in the country.

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An aerial view of the Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal also known as the Dragon Mountains in South Africa.

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Cape of Good Hope, Western Cape

Part of Table Mountain National Park, the landscape is loved around the world for its stunning land formation, diverse wildlife and unique flora. It records an annual average of one million visitors visiting the iconic attraction.

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An aerial view of the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa

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Pilanesberg National Park

Pilanesberg National Park is home to prolific wildlife and a dazzling diversity of birdlife about three hours from Johannesburg and Pretoria. It’s a great day trip or multi-day stay.

Golden Mile from Durban, KwaZulu-Natal

The sprawling seafront promenade known as the Golden Mile is a legendary Durban tourist attraction and a great starting point for a city tour. The long blond beaches attract swimmers and surfers.

Robben Island, Western Cape

Robben Island, a World Heritage Site, is a haunting reminder of the horrors of apartheid. Legendary statesman Nelson Mandela spent 18 years imprisoned in a tiny cell here along with other political rebels and social activists.

Robben Island, South Africa

The entrance to Robben Island prison in South Africa.

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911 Safari Tease: Porsche climbs the highest volcano in the world https://we-are-africa.org/911-safari-tease-porsche-climbs-the-highest-volcano-in-the-world/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 23:06:56 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/911-safari-tease-porsche-climbs-the-highest-volcano-in-the-world/ House » Engines » 911 Safari Tease: Porsche climbs the highest volcano in the world Porsche took two specially modified 911s to Chile. One even drove 20,000 feet up the side of a volcano. Porsche subjected the 911 to an almost unimaginable new test. The sports car team traveled to Chile to climb the side […]]]>

Porsche took two specially modified 911s to Chile. One even drove 20,000 feet up the side of a volcano.

Porsche subjected the 911 to an almost unimaginable new test. The sports car team traveled to Chile to climb the side of the world’s tallest volcano.

This PR stunt shows just how tough the modern 992 generation of the Porsche 911 can be with the right modifications, and it also raises the level of excitement for the soon-to-be-unveiled 2023 Safari 911, although Porsche hasn’t not officially announced this production model. Again.

The last in the long history of 911 off-roaders

The Porsche 911 began its off-road racing career in 1971. Porsche entered five cars in the 4,000-mile East African Safari Rally that year, and only one of the five managed to finish.

The off-road 911 really took off when Porsche built the 953, which was a heavily modified 4×4 version of the 911. This car entered and won the 1984 Paris-Dakar Rally and served as the basis for the legendary 959.

When the 959 followed that 953 race car, the road-going Porsche AWD was born. The 911 got its first AWD system in 1988, badged Carrera 4, and since then the all-wheel-drive option has been a key part of the 911’s performance.

Preparation for the ascent of the volcano Porsche 911

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For this Chilean challenge, Porsche started with two copies of its 911 Carrera 4S. They deliver 443 horsepower from their standard turbocharged flat-six engines and are equipped with the available seven-speed transmission. manual transmission.

Porsche’s R&D team in Weissach then worked with Romain Dumas Motorsport to create these volcano-climbing beasts. First, the cars were fitted with roll bars, carbon seats and full harnesses. Safety was paramount, going to extremes in the remote area.

Then Porsche installed a massively raised suspension and portal axles. Portal axles add a gearbox to each corner and lower the wheel centers relative to the axle centers. The effect is more ground clearance, and these Volcano 911s now have 13.7 inches. It’s half an inch longer than a Ford Raptor Retrieve.

Porsche 911 Volcano Drive
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New gear ratios were chosen to allow smoother throttle inputs at lower speeds. The new gears also work well to help turn big tires. Porsche didn’t say size, but we can see Cooper Discoverer STT Pro and BFG All terrain tires in the pictures.

The extremely modified body does its best to cover all the tires. The bumpers have been cut to allow them to clear the terrain, and massive air intakes where the rear side glass used to live help the engine breathe at such great heights. An aramid fiber underbody lets the 911 glide over rocks when things get a little too hairy.

The last big change is a bit of a mystery. Porsche calls the device the “Warp-Connecter” and says it’s a mechanical link that makes wheel loads constant as the suspension flexes. It looks like a center differential lock accompanied by manual lockers in the front and rear axles.

20,000 feet car and driver challenges

Porsche 911 Volcano Drive
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The trek was a far cry from your ordinary testing session. Porsche took the cars to 19,708 feet above sea level. At this height, the team had to bring own accommodation. They also had to deal with half the oxygen you would find near the ocean.

Endurance racer Romain Dumas drove one of the two 911s and was the team leader. He drove his rally-ready 911 up the side of the volcano. Cars were stopped not for lack of air, but when they hit walls of ice and snow, they could not pass.

Porsche 911 Volcano Drive
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“It was a truly memorable and special moment in a place that was both beautiful and brutal,” he said. “I guess the only machines in the world taller than us today were airplanes!”

Porsche says the goal was to show what the 911 was capable of. We know the real reason for this impressive PR stunt is to tease and excite people about the upcoming 2023 911 Safari, Porsche’s first Safari-style sports car available to the general public.

Although they haven’t officially announced such a production model, they’ve teased it for a long time. And we have it from good source that it will be revealed in 2022 LA Auto Show End of november.

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Lions at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo escape their enclosure, alarming guests https://we-are-africa.org/lions-at-sydneys-taronga-zoo-escape-their-enclosure-alarming-guests/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 14:19:56 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/lions-at-sydneys-taronga-zoo-escape-their-enclosure-alarming-guests/ Comment this story Comment Animal lovers who signed up for a special night at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo found themselves with a closer encounter than expected after five African lions escaped. After watching the sun go down over historic Sydney Harbour, guests on the ‘Roar and Snore’ experience at Taronga Zoo lay back in their safari-style […]]]>

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Animal lovers who signed up for a special night at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo found themselves with a closer encounter than expected after five African lions escaped.

After watching the sun go down over historic Sydney Harbour, guests on the ‘Roar and Snore’ experience at Taronga Zoo lay back in their safari-style tents, lulled by the sounds of nearby animals. Shortly after dawn on Wednesday, however, they were rushed awake by zoo staff, who rushed them.

“They came running into the tent area saying, ‘It’s a Code One, get out of your tent and run, come now and leave your things behind,'” guest Magnus Perri, told local media as he and his family left the zoo. “… They opened the door [to a building]everyone came in, they counted us and they closed the door.

At first, the guests thought it was a drill, but they soon realized something more serious was wrong, Perri said. “We realized, ‘Okay, there’s something out there – what is it?’ And they said, ‘Ah, it’s the lions.’ So we were like, ‘Ooh, scary!’ ”

Video footage shows Ato, an adult male, and four of his yearling cubs escaped to an area next to the main exhibit.

While they had crossed a fence, they remained separated from the rest of the zoo by a second fence which the zoo describes as “a containment fence for people” and a “safety barrier”. This fence is six feet high – although some lions are known to jump at a height of more than 11 feet.

Fortunately for zoo staff and visitors, four of the five lions “calmly” returned to their den, while the remaining lion cub was safely tranquilized and returned to the den, Taronga Zoo said in a statement. .

“We have since reviewed the video footage and have confirmed that it was less than 10 minutes between the lions exiting the main exhibit and the emergency response,” the zoo said, adding that he regularly organizes security drills to prepare for such scenarios. .

An initial investigation found an “integrity issue” with a containment fence was to blame, and the animals were moved to a secure holding area pending a full examination.

Police had also been called to the zoo, with commissioner Karen Webb telling local media: “It’s not very often we get called to lions on the loose.”

No injuries were reported and the zoo was able to open normally on Wednesday.

This is not the first time an animal has escaped from the Toronga Zoo: in January 2021, a chimpanzee was briefly seen sitting outside his enclosurebefore – like most lions – deciding to go back inside.

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The global wildlife tourism market is estimated at https://we-are-africa.org/the-global-wildlife-tourism-market-is-estimated-at/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 01:35:21 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/the-global-wildlife-tourism-market-is-estimated-at/ NEWARK, Del, Oct. 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world animal tourism market is valued at US$135 billion as of today and is expected to be worth US$219.9 billion by 2032 at a CAGR of 5% between 2022 and 2032 Tourists, noting that the entrance fees lent by them are invested in the maintenance of […]]]>

NEWARK, Del, Oct. 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world animal tourism market is valued at US$135 billion as of today and is expected to be worth US$219.9 billion by 2032 at a CAGR of 5% between 2022 and 2032

Tourists, noting that the entrance fees lent by them are invested in the maintenance of wildlife reserves, do not hesitate to pay a supplement if the preservation of animal life is assured. Visitors are also interested in the various species of flora and fauna. This requires the availability of hotels, ecotourism, guesthouses and jungles. This would facilitate the relaxation of tourists instead of the hassle of urbanization. This factor is expected to drive the wildlife tourism market over the forecast period.

Other sources of income for wildlife sanctuaries could be filming short films and movies, organized school and college trips, and not to mention wildlife photographers. These three categories of income could maintain the momentum of the animal tourism market.

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Nowadays, wildlife photography is used more and more. Millennials are exploring various career options. Even wildlife photography as a hobby is poised to ring the cash registers for the wildlife tourism market.

Tourists could enjoy the aquatic fauna, especially by kayak, canoe or cruise. Some African countries offer local transport such as mokoro, which attracts the majority of travelers. Future Market Insights has, through its analysts and consultants, paved the way for constructive research through its latest market study titled “Wildlife Tourism Market”.

Top takeaways from the wildlife tourism market

  • There are many wildlife sanctuaries known for their wildlife. Some of them include Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary (Brisbane, Australia), Noah Arc (Georgia, USA), Chengdu Moonbear Rescue Center (China) and Corbett National Park (Uttarakhand, India).
  • India is home to various wildlife sanctuaries, especially for tigers. Kanha National Park and Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary (both based in India) are two of them, where tourists can enjoy the sight of tigers. The tiger tourism market in India is flourishing in this regard. At the same time, the negative impacts related to tiger tourism cannot be ignored. For example, tourists tend to disturb tigers by taking their pictures. Every time they don’t go for candid photos.
  • Africa leads the wildlife tourism market with various opportunities available to tourists; like an aerial view of wildlife in Tanzania and Kenya. In other words, hot air balloon safaris are made available.

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“Wildlife tourism benefits the local tribes a lot; as they might live off it and poachers are also discouraged from looting endangered species of animals. This factor is likely to catalyze the wildlife tourism market in the near future,” says an analyst from Future Market Insights.

Competitive landscape

  • Travelers prefer guided biking or walking in order to be physically active when observing wildlife, the main participants are in the process of providing them with these accessories.
  • Major players in the wildlife tourism market include Chinkara Journeys, Adventure Canada, Echidna Walkabout Wildlife and Nature Tours, Birding Ecotours, Frontiers North Adventure, Elm Wildlife Tours, Oryx Worldwide Photographic Expeditions, Nature Trek, and Rockjumper Wildlife Tours.
  • Birding Ecotours offers tours by destination, date, etc.
  • Rockjumper Birding is known for its Gorilla Trekking Adventure in Uganda.

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  • Future Market Insights offers an exclusive perspective and various real-time insights on the Animal Tourism market in its latest study, presenting a historical demand assessment from 2016 to 2021 and projections for 2022 to 2032.
  • The wildlife tourism market is seeing significant investment in safaris, ecotourism and mountain tourism. Protected areas are more focused on wildlife viewing. National parks, nature and wildlife are among the tourist assets for those who travel to regions like Africa.

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Key segments profiled in the wildlife tourism market

By types of wildlife tours:

  • Forest wildlife tours
  • Marine wildlife tours

By age group:

  • 15.25 years
  • 26-35 years old
  • 36-45 years old
  • 46-55 years old
  • 66- 75 years old

By type of tourist:

By type of tour:

  • Independent Traveler
  • Excursion group
  • Package traveler

By Consumer Orientation:

By region:

  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • East Asia
  • South Asia
  • Oceania
  • Middle East and Africa

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Contents

1. Summary

1.1. Global Market Outlook

1.2. Demand Side Trends

1.3. Supply-side trends

1.4. Analysis of the technology roadmap

1.5. Analysis and recommendations

2. Market Overview

2.1. Market Coverage / Taxonomy

2.2. Market Definition / Scope / Limits

3. Market context

3.1. Market dynamics

3.2. Scenario forecast

3.3. Opportunity Map Analysis

4. Global Animal Tourism Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast, 2022-2032

4.1. Historical Market Size Value Analysis (USD Million), 2017-2021

4.2. Current and Future Market Size Value Projections (USD Million), 2022-2032

5. Global Wildlife Tourism Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast 2022-2032, By Tourism Type

5.1. Introduction / Main results

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African Travel, Inc. announces a 20% commission promotion for November 1st. https://we-are-africa.org/african-travel-inc-announces-a-20-commission-promotion-for-november-1st/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 14:13:45 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/african-travel-inc-announces-a-20-commission-promotion-for-november-1st/ African Travel, Inc.. celebrates “Donation Month” with a special incentive in November. Travel counselors can receive 20% commission on new custom land safari bookings of seven nights or more and lodged between November 1 and November 30, 2022. With 16 African destinations to choose from and a myriad of safari options for sale, advisors have […]]]>

African Travel, Inc.. celebrates “Donation Month” with a special incentive in November.

Travel counselors can receive 20% commission on new custom land safari bookings of seven nights or more and lodged between November 1 and November 30, 2022.

With 16 African destinations to choose from and a myriad of safari options for sale, advisors have plenty of opportunities to earn thousands of extra dollars.

African Travel provided all the sales tools to help advisors close their sales, including customizable emails, brochures, banners and social media posts available for marketing to their clients to offer or to receive the gift of a safari with the upcoming holiday season. In addition, ATI ensures that advisors will be paid sooner.

From January 2023, commissions will be received 30 days prior to departure.

“We are grateful for the support of our loyal travel advisor community and those who have signed up for our African Travel Advisor Training Program. As a special thank you, we are offering this November bonus commission for the entire month” , said Sherwin Banda, President of African Travel Inc., “We offer life-changing safaris to 16 destinations as well as special immersive experiences. Due to pent-up demand, space is limited, so customers will need to book their vacations soon,” he added.

Life Changing Safaris

African Travel offers a myriad of life-changing experiences to enhance every trip, such as:

Solo and Save on 11 Day Tanzania Explorer

Guests explore the vast plains of Serengeti and one of the natural wonders of the world, the Ngorongoro Crater to meet the greatest spectacle of wildlife, on safaris guided by experts without any supplement.

Wild Adventure in Sabi Sands on 9-Day Luxurious South Africa

The contrast of two unique camps and 10% savings is the best way to explore this 65,000 hectare private game reserve that borders Kruger National Park. Sabi Sands is world famous for its stunning views of the elusive leopard and its many Big 5 encounters. Another highlight is seeing the Cape Winelands with a team of expert sommeliers, on a premier wine tasting experience

Dazzling Migration of Zebras on the 11-Day Platinum Botswana

Guests traveling during Africa’s Secret Migration to see Africa’s longest mammal migration, will receive a free night at two of Botswana’s top camps, the five-star Red Carnation Hotels, Xigera Safari Lodge and luxuriously appointed Zarafa Camp for travel between January and April 31, 2023. Solo travelers will not receive any single supplement.

Kenya Made Easy on the New 11-Day Kenya Wildlife Safari

African Travel is a one stop shop for air and land safaris with international return flights from New York at Nairobi on Kenyan airlines included per guest.

The safari features some of the most prolific game viewing sites in all of Africa including Samburu, Lake Nakuru and the Maasai Mara with daily outings.

Bonus commission details and advisor sales tools can be viewed here.


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Health solidarity is health security by Ifeanyi M. Nsofor https://we-are-africa.org/health-solidarity-is-health-security-by-ifeanyi-m-nsofor/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 12:25:00 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/health-solidarity-is-health-security-by-ifeanyi-m-nsofor/ Unlike the successful global effort to eradicate smallpox and polio, the response to COVID-19 and monkeypox has been characterized by vaccine nationalism and a siege mentality. To curb the spread of infectious diseases, policymakers must practice global health solidarity. ABUJA – Launching the second annual United Nations moment on the Sustainable Development Goals last month, […]]]>

Unlike the successful global effort to eradicate smallpox and polio, the response to COVID-19 and monkeypox has been characterized by vaccine nationalism and a siege mentality. To curb the spread of infectious diseases, policymakers must practice global health solidarity.

ABUJA – Launching the second annual United Nations moment on the Sustainable Development Goals last month, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra Jonas highlighted the role of solidarity as a driver of change. “Global solidarity is more important than ever” she says. “Together we have an extraordinary opportunity to change the world we live in.”

While Chopra Jonas was referring to fighting climate change, that sentiment could apply to many other global issues. Solidarity is key to solving many of humanity’s most pressing challenges. But it is crucial for achieving health security.

And after two and a half years of COVID-19, the world’s health systems are collapsing. While the end of the pandemic may be in sight, the virus is still raging. Additionally, monkeypox has been officially declared a public health emergency of international concern, and cases of vaccine-derived poliovirus have been documented in more than 30 countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom. At a time when infectious diseases can spread around the world in hours, global solidarity matters more than ever.

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Lahore Zoo: Castration of Green-Lit Lions https://we-are-africa.org/lahore-zoo-castration-of-green-lit-lions/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 05:38:33 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/lahore-zoo-castration-of-green-lit-lions/ LAHORE: The management committee of the Lahore Safari Zoo has advised to sterilize the African lions, in order to control their growing population. For the first time in Pakistan, castration will be considered to control the breeding of a wild animal. Also, in order to increase the number of tourists visiting the safari park, a […]]]>

LAHORE:

The management committee of the Lahore Safari Zoo has advised to sterilize the African lions, in order to control their growing population. For the first time in Pakistan, castration will be considered to control the breeding of a wild animal.

Also, in order to increase the number of tourists visiting the safari park, a special tram and roller coaster will be prepared for the safari entrance, in addition to an immediate ban on camel riding.

Lahore Safari Zoo Management Committee Chairman and Punjab Wildlife Director Mubeen Elahi, Badar Muneer, Uzma Khan, Safari Zoo Deputy Director Tanveer Janjua and other board members inspected different parts of Lahore Safari Zoo and made several key decisions.

Sources said the committee had recommended the sterilization of older lions to control the growing number of African lions. The committee said that as a first priority, surplus lions should be transferred to other zoos and private breeders in the country. An African lion was immediately transferred to Peshawar Zoo, in exchange for an addax.

Committee members felt there was no need to continue breeding lions as they cannot be auctioned off, nor does Pakistan have a natural environment where lions can be released as the other animals. Keeping tigers at home is a common, albeit expensive, hobby, but these animals are kept in cages. Some tiger pairs will be transferred from the safari to other enclosures immediately.

Wildlife experts say animals can be sterilized using different injections. A pair of lions can produce a litter of one to three cubs each year. In addition, a tiger needs 8 to 10 kg of meat per day depending on its diet.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 22n/a2022.

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Joy as the new Safari Tour season kicks off https://we-are-africa.org/joy-as-the-new-safari-tour-season-kicks-off/ Wed, 19 Oct 2022 21:30:47 +0000 https://we-are-africa.org/joy-as-the-new-safari-tour-season-kicks-off/ Nyali Golf Club’s top amateur, Adel Balala. [Mose Sammy, Standard] Kenya Open Golf Limited (KOGL) officially launched the Safari Tour 2022/23 at Muthaiga Golf Club yesterday. The Safari Tour is a development event for African professional golfers held annually in Kenya and the East African region from June to February. The Tour consists of eight […]]]>
Nyali Golf Club’s top amateur, Adel Balala. [Mose Sammy, Standard]

Kenya Open Golf Limited (KOGL) officially launched the Safari Tour 2022/23 at Muthaiga Golf Club yesterday.

The Safari Tour is a development event for African professional golfers held annually in Kenya and the East African region from June to February.

The Tour consists of eight to twelve professional golf tournaments, with each event being contested over four rounds with a minimum purse of 2 million shillings per event.

The 2022-23 Safari Tour season will be played at various clubs in Kenya and Uganda, with the final event being played at Muthaiga Golf Club in February 2023.

According to KOGL Tournament Director Patrick Obath, the first leg of the Tour will take place in Uganda at Lake Victoria Serena Golf Resort and Spa from October 24-28.

“Our goal is to grow and make the Safari Tour an important part of the golfing calendar of the region and the continent in general. The Tour continues to attract golf professionals from Africa and beyond,” said Obath.

Meanwhile, all systems are working as coastal golfers hone their skills for this year’s Kenya Amateur Golf Championship which kicks off today at the par 72 PGA Vipingo Baobab Golf Course in County Kilifi.

The four-day event which ends on Sunday brings together 76 elite golf enthusiasts across golf clubs across the country, Uganda and Tanzania.

They will battle for supremacy on the 18-hole championship course set high on the ridge with spectacular coastal views, particularly of the Indian Ocean.

The tournament is held in memory of the first President of Kenya, the late Jomo Kenyatta, where the trophy was first presented in 1978 by the first African KGU President, Chris Kahara-1978/79, and Colonel MJ Harbage, chairman of the KGU in 1977/78. [Maarufu Mohamed]

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