News June 2012

  • It was silent in the bush. The Ju/’hoan San hunter blew into some grass in his hand as the dozen tourists around him held their breath. Then suddenly the grass burst into flames and everybody...

  • It’s a fair bet that most people have heard about Yellowstone National Park, in the USA, famous for its grizzly bears. If you live near there, and want to find real adventure, you come to ….....

  • Induna Mukolufu was born into the Mafwe people in 1925 on Rupara Island, which forms part of present day Mamili National Park, in Caprivi Region. As a young man he remembers hunting lechwe,...

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    Say TeQuila and what pops into your mind? Namibia’s top female vocalist or a Mexican drink maybe, but not necessarily wildlife and conservation. But changing attitudes is part of what...

  • Chief Bobo, as Tsamkxao is affectionately known, is a popular man in the Nyae Nyae Conservancy. He doesn’t run the conservancy – that is the job of an elected management committee – but he is the...

  • Chief Mayuni offers us seats with a graceful gesture of the arm. I don't speak Sifwe or Silozi, so there is an interpreter and a senior headman: an Induna. To arrive without one at the Chief's...

  • Mudumu National Park offers woodland, water and wildlife, just a few minutes away from some of Caprivi's premier lodges – and there are three simple campsites in the park if you really want to get...

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