May 2019

True Wildlife Conservation Is What We’re About!

2020-12-21T13:55:31+00:00

The Issues of Human-Wildlife Interaction! For some a trip to Southern Africa must include, not just photographs of the area’s magnificent wildlife, but pictures of them directly interacting with these wild animals – for example, petting lion cubs, riding elephants or walking with cheetahs. On an Alexandra’s Africa Safari however, you will only get up close and [...]

True Wildlife Conservation Is What We’re About!2020-12-21T13:55:31+00:00

The plight of the pangolins!

2020-12-21T13:56:26+00:00

Pangolins aka 'scaly anteaters' are tragically the most trafficked and endangered animals in the world. They are delightful creatures. They have no teeth and their only defence is to curl up into a little ball. Against humans - this is sadly no defence at all. There are 8 species on our planet - 4 in [...]

The plight of the pangolins!2020-12-21T13:56:26+00:00

Springtime in Britain: The Birds are Back!

2020-12-21T13:58:12+00:00

There are many wonderful things about this time of year – not least the re-appearance of birds that escape the harsh British winter to enjoy the warmer sunnier climes of places such as Africa.  It is this time of year they start to return to our shores, either to breed or simply to re-fuel feeding [...]

Springtime in Britain: The Birds are Back!2020-12-21T13:58:12+00:00

December 2018

The Story of a Safari Entrepreneur…

2019-03-22T07:53:22+00:00

On:  17th January, 2019 at 16:00 to 17:00 Location:  UBC Offices, Enterprise House, Ocean Way, Southampton, SO14 3XB, UK Overview: Sit back and enjoy a taste of Africa as Alexandra uses film and photographs to tell the story of Alexandra's Africa - the story of a Safari Entrepreneur. These are off-the-beaten-track Safaris and she will describe [...]

The Story of a Safari Entrepreneur…2019-03-22T07:53:22+00:00

September 2018

Fun Facts about the African Dung Beetle

2019-06-10T14:38:38+01:00

The Unsung Little Heroes of Africa On our Safaris we come across the most fascinating insects, birds and mammals that function and behave in the most sustainable, resourceful and communally supportive ways. Ways that continue to astonish us. Ways that we can learn from and apply in our personal and professional lives. This week our [...]

Fun Facts about the African Dung Beetle2019-06-10T14:38:38+01:00
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