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September 2020

Every Picture Tells A Story

2020-09-20T16:42:23+01:00

  Every picture tells a story and here are a few of our own for you to enjoy... But why not share your own wonderful Africa pictures, stories and memories using one of our Alexandra's Africa social media platforms! Allow us to show off your wonderful photography and/or story right here - share your Africa [...]

Every Picture Tells A Story2020-09-20T16:42:23+01:00

Our Sustainability Mission
Make Travel Matter

2020-09-13T10:28:08+01:00

We couldn't resist sharing this wonderful picture from last year's Safari season with you. Here I am with the management team (Joyce and Lukas) at our favourite eco-village & game lodge, right up in the drier north of South Africa, just south of the Limpopo River.  It is a happy picture - and one that [...]

Our Sustainability Mission
Make Travel Matter
2020-09-13T10:28:08+01:00

March 2020

In support of the artists of the Ribola Art Route…

2020-04-04T19:20:52+01:00

Covid19 has now appeared in Africa and more specifically, in our area of operation in Southern Africa. We had been hoping that perhaps the virus would not survive the heat and dry conditions of the region - but it has. Listening this morning to a panel of medical experts, brief representatives from Africa’s leading media, [...]

In support of the artists of the Ribola Art Route…2020-04-04T19:20:52+01:00

September 2019

It’s official wildlife is worth far more alive than dead!

2020-04-04T19:33:54+01:00

As we have always believed at Alexandra's Africa - it is now official! Global wildlife tourism generates five times more revenue than illegal wildlife trade annually... according to new research from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC). In 2018, #wildlifetourism directly contributed $120.1bn to global GDP, versus the $23bn in revenue attributed to the [...]

It’s official wildlife is worth far more alive than dead!2020-04-04T19:33:54+01:00

June 2019

Dating Game for Rhinos: Critically Endangered Rhinos flown to Rwanda

2020-04-04T19:36:31+01:00

Breaking News: Five critically endangered rhinos from European & UK zoos are flown to Rwanda to be released into the wild. Picture Credit: worldwildlife.org Our story this week, published a few days ago - comes to us from Victoria Gill of the BBC News Science-Environment team. In her article, science reporter Victoria Gill [...]

Dating Game for Rhinos: Critically Endangered Rhinos flown to Rwanda2020-04-04T19:36:31+01:00