On 3 August 2020, a passionate and determined sibling team comprising of former British Army Officer David Bozas and conservationist Jonty Bozas, will embark on a journey across the wilds of...Read More
Soldiers For Wildlife are excited to announce its newest members to join the team later this month, four adorable Belgian Malinois puppies. While these puppies will look all soft and cuddly now,...Read More
In an effort to help alleviate hunger in across the local South African communities, a group of friends and nature guides have collaborated to bring you an amazing collection of wildlife...Read More
When it comes to looking after the people and places they visit, no one does it better in the Pacific than South Sea Horizons.
Papua New Guinean owned and operated, South Sea Horizons
Rwanda may be one of the smallest countries on the African
mainland, but what it lacks in land size, it makes up for in experiences.
While this East African country is well known for its...Read More
As the new year approaches and we start to make New Year’s
resolutions and goals for 2020, why not consider ticking off a once in a
lifetime experience, gorilla trekking in Rwanda.
With 2020 fast approaching there is no better time to start making
those New Year’s resolutions and South Sea Horizons has just the challenge to
add to that list.
The Kokoda Trail has been a...Read More
Captured Travel Media is delighted to advise that we have signed on three new fantastic clients for 2020. CTM will provide public relations and marketing for Rwandan family owned company,...Read More
Where Wild Things Roam have launched a Travel platform, offering unique tours that provide travellers’ with an opportunity to engage in conservation and give something back when...Read More
The first issue of ROAM - Where Wild Things Roam Magazine launched this July, an online magazine available on issuu.
The online magazine will be issued monthly, packed with content from the...Read More