A refreshingly practical guide to evaluating captive wildlife attractions and activities has recently been unveiled following extensive research undertaken by SATSA, which represents South Africa’s tourism private sector.
Ilha Blue Island Safaris has committed to responsible and sustainable whale-watching practices in northern Mozambique, with a platform soon to launch that will track Humpback whales as they migrate thousands of kilometres up South Africa and East Africa’s coasts to breed and give birth in the warmer waters of northern Mozambique.
Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) and Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics non-profit organisation are sharing a jointly developed set of principles aimed at guiding travellers to care for the US state’s water, land and wildlife while helping protect Colorado’s special places.
Namibia’s Ministry of Environment and Tourism allocated NAD21.9 million (USD 1.75 million) of its 2018/19 budget to tourism development and gaming regulations, placing increasing focus on wildlife crime and tourism development.
Kenyan tourism industry stakeholders have welcomed the establishment of a Tourism and Wildlife Ministry.
Aiming to promote animal conservation while also transforming the country’s wildlife and safari offering, African Parks and Malawi Department of National Parks and Wildlife have collaboratively completed the 500 Elephants initiative.
Coinciding with the arrival of MSC Fantasia, Abu Dhabi Ports officially inaugurated Sir Bani Yas Cruise Beach, the latest asset to the emirate's cruise sector.